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Partition Bach in colour - BWV 787 to 801 Sinfoniae - Analysis - CHARLIER C.
Partition Bach in colour - BWV 787 to 801 Sinfoniae - Analysis - CHARLIER C.Partition Bach in colour - BWV 787 to 801 Sinfoniae - Analysis - CHARLIER C.Partition Bach in colour - BWV 787 to 801 Sinfoniae - Analysis - CHARLIER C.Partition Bach in colour - BWV 787 to 801 Sinfoniae - Analysis - CHARLIER C.Partition Bach in colour - BWV 787 to 801 Sinfoniae - Analysis - CHARLIER C.
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This new collection presents an edition of J.S. Bach’s essential works. It is a very original edition for more than one reason. Firstly, it is the very first musical edition in which the analysis is fully presented with colors. Secondly, its bases are set following the contrapuntal rules that were in application during the eighteenth century, so it resettles Bach’s work in a true and faithful historical background.

Claude CHARLIER


Claude Charlier was born in Godarville Belgium.

He studied organ at the Royal Conservatory of Mons under the direction of Marcel Druart. He followed up for two years private lessons of Charles Koenig for harpsichord as well as an introduction to the cello.
He got a musicology degree at the Université Libre de Bruxelles in 1977, and got in the same establishment a doctorate in philosophy and literature, musicology option in 1990 : “polythematism and formal structure in the art of the fugue”, in which he developed his interest in baroque music, specifically for fugues of JS Bach.

In 2009, he began publishing a series of analytically fully colored sheet music, “Bach in Color”.

Claude Charlier gives lectures and organizes debates at all levels around the fugues of JS Bach, in the academies, music schools, conservatories, universities.
Author contact : 8 h a1 b c 3 2@skynet.be

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