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's Leipzig Song Book). During his life he composed more than 1,000 works. * "The Well-Tempered Clavier", Books 1 and 2 (BWV 846&ndash;893). Each book comprises a prelude and fugue in each of the 24 major and minor keys (thus, the whole collection is often referred to as 'the 48). "Well-tempered" in the title refers to the temperament (system of tuning); many temperaments before Bach's time were not flexible enough to allow compositions to move through more than just a few keys. * The 15 Inventions and 15 Sinfonias (BWV 772&ndash;801). These are short two- and three-part contrapuntal works arranged in order of key signatures of increasing sharps and flats, omitting some of the less used ones. The pieces were intended by Bach for instructional purposes. * Three collections of dance suites: the English Suites (BWV 806–811), the French Suites (BWV 812–817) and the Partitas for keyboard (BWV 825&ndash;830). Each collection contains six suites built on the standard model ... Read more about Bach on Wikipedia

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