Invention No. 4 in D Minor

for violin


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Composed by: J. S. Bach
Uploaded May 5, 2015
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For Violin and Cello Duet. The Invention No. 4 in D Minor by Bach is part of a set of thirty short keyboard pieces that were originally intended as studies for his students. There are fifteen inventions, which are two part compositions, and fifteen Sinfonias, which are for three parts. They work very well transcribed for two or three string instruments. This Invention is arranged for violin and cello duet.

There are some trills in the original that have not been included on this playalong, but can be found in the sheet music. Invention 4 Sheet Music

Please note that the metronome isn't synched correctly with the music, so it will not be of use on this.

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