Grade 4 – Prelude (N.1, from Well-Tempered Clavichord) Piano Sheet Music Grade 4 prelude by Johann Sebastian Bach for piano solo composed in 1722. This song is part of the first notebook of Anna Magdalena Bach’s manuscript book comprising part or notations J.S.Bach’s musical thoughts and musical scores of his compositions. Grade 4 prelude by Johann Sebastian Bach for piano solo is an easier song, but not fast to play.
Grade 4 – Prelude (N.1, from Well-Tempered Clavichord) Piano Sheet Music Grade 4 prelude consists of eight bars in G major with a time signature of . This song has a tempo of and is played in 4/4 time. Grade 4 prelude consists of the main theme and the contrasting theme, repeated twice for each section. Grade 4 prelude (N.1) was originally written for harpsichord or clavichord with two manuals. Grade 4 prelude begins with a fall from sixth to fourth and then a step up from fourth to third (C#-E). Grade 4 prelude consists of gap closed by the fifth, with two leaps down and one gap opened. Grade 4 prelude is played similar to harpsichord or clavichord: it beginning with the right hand and the left hits the gap and continues with the right hand playing the melody. Grade 4 prelude is an excellent piece for piano players who just begun to learn Grade 3 songs. Grade 4 prelude starts with a descending scale, already displaying Bach’s voice leading in this piece.