This is an elegant classical piano pack that consists of three solo keyboard composition from the Baroque era.
Minuet in G Major
Minuet in G major is a keyboard piece included in the 1725 Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach. Until 1970, it was attributed to famous German composer Johann Sebastian Bach, but it is now universally attributed to another German composer of that era, Christian Petzold. It is from a harpsichord suite by Petzold. This popular piece is a 32-measure piece primarily in the key of G major. I have played this piece on a Steinway concert piano in a steady tempo which depicts the dance form of a minuet.
Bach-Minuet in G major
Minuet in G major (BWV Anh. 116) is a keyboard piece included in the 1725 Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach. It is composed by famous German composer Johann Sebastian Bach. This popular piece is primarily in the key of G major. I have played this piece on a Steinway concert piano in a steady tempo which depicts the dance form of a minuet.
Bach-Prelude in C minor, BWV 934
Prelude in C minor, BWV 934 is the second prelude of the Six Little Preludes (BWV 933-938) written by the famous German composer Johann Sebastian Bach. Bach composed the Six Little Preludes for harpsichord in or around the period of 1717-1720. The second prelude here is similar to a minuet. It features a lively angular theme.
Bach-Invention in C major, BWV 771
Invention No. 1, BWV 772 is a short solo keyboard composition in C major by famous German composer Johann Sebastian Bach. It is the first two-part invention of the Inventions and Sinfonias (BWV 772-801) An invention is a short composition with two-part counterpoint. It is similar in style to a fugue, though it is much simpler. It consists of a short exposition, a longer development, and, sometimes, a short recapitulation. In the exposition, a short motif is introduced by one voice in the tonic key. It is the theme of music. Then it is repeated in the second voice in the tonic key while the initial voice either plays a countersubject or plays in free counterpoint. In the development part, the composer develops the subject by writing variations either melodically or harmonically. In the recapitulation, the composer repeats the theme in the upper voice and the piece ends.
All three pieces were played on a vintage concert piano and recorded with a calm and steady tempo to fit your projects perfectly. They are suitable for any of your projects needing soft solo piano music.
The pack includes the following tracks both in MP3 and Wav format: