Johann Sebastian Bach: The Flute Sonatas

100 Minutes

9 October



R165-R190 | R195-R220 by die deur

J.S. Bach made a significant contribution to the baroque flute repertoire. He composed seven substantial sonatas as well as a solo Partita. It is possible that some of these sonatas were completed by his son C.P.E. Bach. The Siciliano from the Sonata in E flat major, BWV 1031, is perhaps the most popular of the sonatas and has been transcribed for several other instruments.

Met: Liesl Stoltz (fluit), David Pinoit (tjello), Erik Dippenaar (klavesimbel)