Bach’s famous Bourrée from his first lute suite, better known to guitarists as ‘ Bourrée in E minor’, is an intermediate-level piece often transcribed for classical.

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ChrysalisIslandRepriseFontana. Thank you, and wish us luck. Sign-up Join the email list! From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. I’m going to play the Bouree at a street fair next week as a clarinet and Eb tuba duet; I was trawling the Google for a chord progression for my bourreee to strum along with us, this gives me a base to work from. Now Available for Purchase.

Retrieved from ” http: There has always been discussion concerning baach implications in contrapuntal writing. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

After spending years harmonically analysing jazz and learning classical guitar before this with little comprehension of harmony, i find this particularly useful. It also demonstrates counterpointas the two voices move independently of one another. Bach uses a sequential bass line beginning on beat four of measure sixteen through beat one of measure twenty which generates the circle of fifths progression we know well in jazz: Choose where you want to share: Bach actually uses all the notes of the chromatic scale within these twenty-four measures generating all kinds of interesting harmonic relationships!

Editor Hans Dagobert Bruger — It is this perfect marriage of the linear horizontal and harmonic vertical aspects of the writing that makes his music so successful. Just have also a look to the video score there!


The level of harmonic complexity in this little piece is staggering. Influences, 21 Intermediate Etudes. Want to give something back?

Harmonic Implications in Counterpoint: This has been sort of experiment. Bach Digital source list. Bach-Gesellschaft AusgabeBand Views Read Edit View history. The Complete Lute Works. Try again avysk worked hard on this score. There also appears to be an echo of this reference in the next fugue, 4.

Compositions for organkeyboard and lute by Johann Sebastian Bach. Compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach.

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OK, I agree No, give me more info. I would like to guard this, but you may be right that this adaptation could do with a third voice, exactly with respect to the bokrree that you mentioned. The Baroque Spirit, Bk 2: Creative Commons copyright waiver.

Robert Schumann quotes the first 14 notes of this memorable theme transposed to G minor in 3 of the Op. I decided to hear it as a chromatic neighbor or chromatic passing tone to the following E and not as part of a Bch augmented triad, although you could easily make the case for that analysis.

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Give a small token of im Bach” that has written “aufs Lauten Werck” “for the lute-harpsichord ” in unidentified handwriting. There are several passages in which three voices are implied: The implied harmony in a two part counterpoint can be so elusive, especially when you have to think stylistically in regards to chord extensions and inversions. These file s are minoe of the Werner Icking Music Collection. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.


You may notice I did not include the D in measure twenty-one, beat three in my harmonic analysis. In places like measure 3 counterpoint will then sound better, I think Follow to get notified when avysk has uploaded new scores.

Bourrée in E minor

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Thanks for sharing on Musescore!!! This is such a well known piece that I think everyone who reads this will know it in some capacity.

Help Support This Site! I do think my analysis is accurate and within what would be common practice during this musical period. As is common in many binary Baroque dance forms we have the basic key relationships of minor to the relative major and back again to minor.