Flute Sonata in Eb, BWV 1031 (Trumpet arr.)

The Sonata in E flat major for flute or recorder, BWV 1031 (also H. 545) is a work in three movements, usually attributed to Johann Sebastian Bach, although some question his authorship of the piece and hold his son Carl Philipp Emmanuel as the true composer. The work was written around 1730 and it was published only a hundred and thirty years later, in 1860.

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Recordings

Recording1 - Allegro moderato - Rondeau arrangement
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Recording2 - Siciliano - Rondeau arrangement
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Recording3 - Allegro - Rondeau arrangement
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Flute Sonata in Eb, BWV 1031 (Trumpet arr.)
Flute Sonata in Eb, BWV 1031 (Trumpet arr.)
Flute Sonata in Eb, BWV 1031 (Trumpet arr.)

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