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The mapped out manuscript for Bach Invention No. 1 in C

Here’s my hand-written analysis of the Bach Two Part Invention No. 1 in C that supplements the video. I’ve added more at:
https://arioso7.wordpress.com/2011/09/10/revisiting-j-s-bachs-invention-1-in-c-bwv-772-video/

The Main Idea or subject is bracketed, as well as an Inverted form of it.

Key changes are also marked in the score.

Recap: Instructional video, Bach Invention no.1 in C, BWV 772 to follow along.

3 thoughts on “The mapped out manuscript for Bach Invention No. 1 in C”

  1. Thanks for your precious instruction! I’m a 24-year-old beginner. I’m going to learn this piece. Your tutorial helps me a lot!

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