Bach Double Study Sheets for Violin &
Bach Fuga for 3 Violins
J.S. Bach: Study Sheets for Concerto for Two Violins in D Minor, Movement I (Bach Double) & Fuga Arrangement for 3 Violins by Heather Figi
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Study Sheets for the Bach Double Violin Concerto -
When a student first begins a piece like the Bach Double, it is very useful to extract the more sophisticated and detail oriented parts. I find that when I use this 3 page study sheet the student has a clear idea of what is expected in their home practicing and are less inclined to dive into the actual score and learn it incorrectly.
Bach Fugue (Fuga) from Sonata No. 3 arranged for 3 Violins -
I love studying the individual lines of an unaccompanied Bach Fugue - breaking down the magic, simplicity and genius that is Bach is sublime. I was also interested in hearing what the harmonies would sound like when sustained versus a chord when performed by a solo performer as intended. Lastly, I wanted to make unaccompanied Bach more accessible for younger violinists by dividing the parts among 3 different players. I hope that this gets them motivated about what is to come for them down the road. How exciting to first present this as a trio and then disclose that it is possible to play on one violin!
Interested in more support for the Bach Double?
The Violin Teacher's Toolkit contains the entire movement I of J.S. Bach's Concerto in D Minor transcribed into sixteenth notes to help master the intricate rhythms of this piece. You can even download a free sample of this with the M4YV Welcome Packet that is available on either the HOME or FREEBIES page by filling out the contact form.