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vii Contents foreWord / Mauricio fuks xi acknoWledgMents xiii Introduction 1 1—PrinciPles of InterPretation 5 Notation 5 Polyphony 5 Harmony 6 Metre 6 Dynamics 7 Inequality 7 Fingering 7 Note Length 7 Bow Direction 8 Articulations 8 Ornamentation 9 2—Dance ForMs 10 Allemanda 10 Bourée/Borea 11 Ciaccona 11 Corrente 11 Gavotte 12 Gigue/Giga 12 Loure 12 Menuet 13 Sarabanda/Sarabande 13 viii Contents Siciliana 14 Double 14 Preludio 14 3—Analytical Methods and Exercises 16 G-Minor Adagio 17 G-Minor Fuga 20 D-Minor Allemanda 22 4—The IMProvisatory MoveMents 24 G-Minor Sonata: Adagio 25 A-Minor Sonata: Grave 29 5—The Fugues 35 G-Minor 35 A-Minor 38 C-Major 42 6—The Ostinato MoveMents 46 Partita II: Ciaccona 47 Sonata III: Adagio 53 7—The Dancelike MoveMents 57 Bourée and Borea 57 Tempo di Borea 58 B-Minor Corrente 60 D-Minor Corrente 62 Gavotte en Rondeau 64 The Giga 66 The Gigue 68 The Loure 69 The Menuets 71 The Sarabande and Sarabanda 73 The B-Minor Sarabande 73 The D-Minor Sarabanda 74 ix Contents 8—The Virtuoso MoveMents 77 G-Minor Sonata: Presto 77 B-Minor Corrente—Double 79 The A-Minor Finale 80 The C-Major Allegro assai 82 The E-Major Preludio 84 9—The PhilosoPhical MoveMents 87 The Allemanda 87 B-Minor Partita 87 D-Minor Partita 91 10—The Lyrical MoveMents 94 The Siciliana 94 A-Minor Sonata: Andante 96 The C-Major Sonata: Largo 97 11—Right-Hand Technique 100 Polyphony 101 Chordal Technique 101 Martelé and Spiccato 105 Sautillé 106 Bariolage 106 Ondeggiando 108 12—Left-Hand Technique 109 The Role of Vibrato 110 Half-Position 111 Choice of Fingerings 111 Intonation 113 Tuning 114 116 119 Last Words bibliograPhy ...


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