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Bach Quiz No. 4 - March 1998
... and the winner is ...
( to be announced )
There were 54 total entries and 31 correct answer submissions for the quiz.
( Incorrectly spelled answers were accepted. )
At the time of winner selection, Dave's J.S. Bach Page contained 19,068,042 bytes
check out the answers to December 1997's Quiz, January 1998's Quiz, February 1998's Quiz, March 1998's Quiz,
April 1998's Quiz, May 1998's Quiz, June 1998's Quiz, July 1998's Quiz, August & September 1998's Quiz,
February & March 1999's Quiz, April 1999's Quiz, May & June 1999's Quiz, July 1999's Quiz, August 1999's Quiz,
September 1999's Quiz, October 1999's Quiz, November 1999's Quiz, and December 1999's Quiz

This month's prize has been provided by
Well-Tempered Productions


Bach Works for Violin Solo
Lara St. John · Violin

1004 · Partita No. 1 in D minor
1005 · Sonata No. 3 in C Major

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The Quiz ...

     If your answers are correct, you will be entered into the contest to win the Bach CD. Winners will be selected at random at the end of the month and notified by e-mail. You may answer the quiz more than once but only your last entry will be counted.
You may also put the answers to the questions in an e-mail message and send it to: bachquiz@unpronounceable.com. Compliments on my site will be accepted but they won't help your chances any :-).
All of these questions relate to the Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin

Which complete work was transcribed, by Bach, for the Lute?

Partita No. 3 in E Major BWV 1006 transcribed as BWV 1006a

The Fugue from this Sonata was transcribed, by Bach, for Organ ...

Sonata No. 1 in G minor BWV 1001 ( Fugue transcribed in BWV 539 )

This single movement, which has no repeats,
is longer than the rest of the Partita it is a part of ...

Chaconne or Ciaconna ( from Partita No. 2 in D minor BWV 1004 )

Bonus Question! ( not requried )
If you get this one right, you will be entered into the drawing twice!

The starting subject of the Fugue movement from Sonata No. 3
is ( probably ) based, at least in part, on this Chorale ...

Komm, heiliger Geist, Herre Gott ( Come, Holy Spirit, God and Lord )

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