Bach statue again

This prelude in d minor is the darkest of the six little preludes, and with a tempo marking of vivace it is also the most rapid of them all. Temporarily in F Major, the prelude enjoys at least one moment of repose. Constant sixteenth notes throughout provide the performer with ample occasions to practice playing at a faster tempo. A virtuosic single-note opening gives students a chance to express their dramatic side.Edit


Caroline Krause