Wilhelm Friedemann Bach

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Admirers of Wilhelm Friedemann Bach consider him in many ways the most original and interesting of the composer-sons of the great Johann Sebastian.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Fantasia for keyboard in A minor, F. 23 (BR A26) 1770 Keyboard
Work(s) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Sinfonia in D minor ("Adagio and Fugue"), F. 65 (BR C7) 1740 Symphony
Sinfonia for strings in F major ("Dissonant"), F. 67 (BR C2) 1735 Symphony
Polonaises (12) for keyboard, F. 12 (BR A27-38) 1765 Keyboard
Sinfonia in D major (used as prelude to cantata "Dies ist der Tag"), F. 64 (BR C8) 1755 Symphony
Duets (6) for 2 flutes, F. 54-59 (BR B1-6) Chamber Music
Fugues (8) for keyboard, F. 31 (BR A81-88) 1774 Keyboard
Concerto (Sonata) for 2 harpsichords in F major, F. 10 (BR A12) (previously attrib. J.S. Bach, BWV Anh188) 1740 Keyboard
Concerto for 2 harpsichords & orchestra in E flat major ("Double Concerto"), F. 46 (BR C11) 1745 Concerto
Fugue for organ in G minor, F. 37 (BR A92) Keyboard
Chorale preludes (7) for organ, F. 38/1 (BR A93-99) Keyboard
Erzittert und fallet, cantata for 4 voices & instruments, F. 83 (BR F9) 1750 Choral
Duet for 2 flutes in E minor. F. 54 (BR B1) Chamber Music
Harpsichord Concerto in F major, F. 44 (BR C13) 1740 Concerto
Keyboard Sonata in D major, F. 3 (BR A4) 1745 Keyboard
Trio sonata for 2 flutes & continuo No. 2 in D major, F. 48 (BR B14) 1740 Chamber Music
Keyboard Sonata in A major, F. 8 (BR A15) 1750 Keyboard
Keyboard Sonata in E flat major, F. 5 (BR A7) Keyboard
Dies ist der Tag, cantata, F. 85 (BR F14) 1755 Choral
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