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The Two-Part Inventions of Johann Sebastian Bach are a set of miniature
masterworks which can form -- and have formed -- one of the pillars in the training of any musician.
Danny Hall Music Publishing presents these timeless musical gems within the playable
range of the 6-String Bass. No attempt has been made to alter Bach's original setting
(rhythmic or otherwise), originally arranged for Pianoforte. The Complete Solo Arrangements progress in the order of ascending keys, covering
8 major and 7 minor keys.
Written in standard notation and TAB. 62 pages.
The point of the exercise, according to J.S. Bach himself:
"To learn to play cleanly in two parts."