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Bach Quiz No. 5 - April 1998
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
Linn Records


Bach on the Lute
Volume I
Nigel North · Lute

1001 · Sonata No. 1 in G minor
1002 · Partita No. 1 in B minor
1004 · Partita No. 2 in D minor

The Quiz ...

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Bach's 'Lute Works' are not all easily played on the Lute. It is thought that
some of them were written for a Lute-Harpsichord also known as a ...

Lautenwerke ( Theorbenflugel, Lautenclavicymbel, and similar terms accepted )

True or False: the Lute evolved into the modern Classical Guitar?


This movement from the Lute Suite in E minor BWV 996 was used by the Classic
Rock band Jethro Tull as the basis of a song on their 1969 album Stand Up:


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