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Bartók & Bach: Sonata for Solo Violin, Fantaisie & Fugue, Suite

Johann Sebastian Bach - Béla Bartók

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Prelude (Fantasia) and Fugue in G Minor, BWV 542 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

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Prelude (Fantasia) and Fugue in G Minor, BWV 542: I. Fantaisie 00:06:09

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Prelude (Fantasia) and Fugue in G Minor, BWV 542: II. Fugue 00:06:00

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Sonata for Solo Violin, Sz. 117, BB 124 (Béla Bartók)

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Sonata for Solo Violin, Sz. 117, BB 124: Tempo di ciaccona 00:09:31

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Sonata for Solo Violin, Sz. 117, BB 124: Fuga (Risoluto, non troppo vivo) 00:03:59

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Sonata for Solo Violin, Sz. 117, BB 124: Melodia (Adagio) 00:06:22

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Sonata for Solo Violin, Sz. 117, BB 124: Presto 00:05:03

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Suite in G Minor, BWV 822 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

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Suite in G Minor, BWV 822: I. Ouverture 00:05:55

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Suite in G Minor, BWV 822: II. Aria 00:03:56

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Suite in G Minor, BWV 822: III. Gavotte in rondeau 00:01:20

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Suite in G Minor, BWV 822: IV. Menuet l, ll, lll 00:04:18

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Suite in G Minor, BWV 822: V. Bourrée 00:01:05

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Suite in G Minor, BWV 822: VI. Gigue 00:01:56

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