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One of Johann Sebastian Bachs Solo Violin Sonatas - click to enlarge. Wonderful for collage background!

One of Johann Sebastian Bach's Solo Violin Sonatas - Would look amazing printed onto canvas!

Johann Sebastian Bach - The Brandenburger Concertos, No.5 D-Dur, 1721

Johann Sebastian Bach - The Brandenburger Concertos, D-Dur, 1721 - Fine Art Reproduction, individual art card

Violin Sonata in G Major, K. 379, Written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Violin Sonata in G Major, K. Written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Johann Sebastian Bach BWV 244 - St Matthew Passion - Matthews Passion c.1743-46

A copy of Bach's own hand of the revised version of the St. Matthew Passion BWV 244 that is generally dated to the year

Read About 'The Art of Fugue':   Last Masterpiece of Johann Sebastian Bach

The Art of Fugue

A Fugue is a complex form of music using advanced counterpoint to create ingenious harmonies. JS Bach advanced this form to the highest level with his unfinished masterpiece: 'Art of Fugue'

In these last years of his life, Bach's creative energy was conserved for the highest flights of musical expression: the Mass in b minor, the Canonic Variations, the Goldberg Variations, and of course the Musical Offering displaying the art of canon. His last great work is the complete summary of all his skill in counterpoint and fugue; methods which he perfected,  which no composer has ever been able to pass. This work is known to us as 'Die Kunst der Fuge' ('The Art of the Fugue', BWV…

'Die Kunst der Fuge' Last page of Johann Sebastian Bach's unfinished manuscript BWV 1080 'The Art of Fugue'

Mozart's handwritten music

Mozart handwritten music - Composers: write all of your music by hand and NOT by computer!

A page from the manuscript of The Sacrificial Dance from The Rite of Spring in Stravinsky’s own hand, with corrections, annotations and scribbles

A page from the original manuscript of Stravinsky's 'The Rite of Spring'—showing a few bars from The Sacrificial Dance—in the composer's own hand, with corrections, annotations and scribbles. via Steven Elcock

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