Johann Sebastian Bach : Flute Arrangement for: Badinerie - Orchestral Suite 2 BWV 1067
 

Johann Sebastian Bach : Flute Arrangement for: Badinerie - Orchestral Suite 2 BWV 1067

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Flute Arrangement for: Badinerie - Orchestral Suite 2 BWV 1067
Johann Sebastian Bach
for Flute 

Sunday, December 06, 2009
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The four Orchestral Suites or Ouvertures BWV 10661069 are a set of compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach, probably composed between 1725 and 1739 in Leipzig. The word ouverture refers to an opening movement in which a section of slow dotted-note rhythm is followed by a fugue; at the time, this name was also used to refer to a whole suite of dance-pieces in the French baroque style. The badinerie or badinage is a brief and lively dance. It takes its name from the French badiner (to jest). The term arose during the 18th century when the badinerie was first included as a movement in the Baroque suite. Johann Sebastian Bach's (1685-1750) badinerie from his Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B minor for flute and strings, BWV 1067, is perhaps the best-known example. Source: Wikipedia

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