The C.P.E. Bach Sonata in A Minor is an underrated solo flute piece. But that means a lot of players don’t get to learn it while in school.
This happened to me, and I had to learn it on my own after college. Sure, I could have taken it to a teacher, but I was busy with work and other projects.
If you can relate, you should use a Bach Sonata practice guide!
What You’ll Get:
- Practice notes for the piece
- Tips to help learn the music
- Example exercises
- Sheet music
Why This Edition?
If you want to learn the Bach Sonata in A Minor, you need the right tools. Most other editions only come with the sheet music. Some might come with parts of the manuscript.
However, this one contains detailed notes on the piece and how to practice it. That can help you learn the music more efficiently.
Hi, I’m Hannah, and I’m a flute player and arranger/composer. I’ve learned how to learn music, and I love teaching that skill through practice guides of famous flute works.
It’s one thing to beef up your music library with more sheet music. But if you’re anything like me, you know your new music will sit on your bookshelf, untouched for months.
With a good practice guide in hand, you can tackle the music right away.
What Other Editions Do You Recommend?
You can’t go wrong with editions such as Barenreiter or Henle. This may be an early Classical piece, but you should focus on editions that don’t overedit the music.
Do You Have the Bach Partita?
Yes! I also have a practice guide and sheet music for the J.S. Bach Partita in A Minor.
Do You Offer Refunds?
Unfortunately, I can’t offer refunds on digital downloads. However, I’d love to find a solution if you’re unhappy with the music or guide. Message me if you have any issues!
How Can I Buy the Bach Sonata Practice Guide?
Download your copy now!