||Leopold J. Beer (1865-1956)
||Leipzig: Pro Musica Verlag, n.d.(ca.1946). Plate P.V. 26.
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||Fantasie in D minor
||Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann
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|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
Going to guess this was likely to have been originally for "keyboard", not "pianoforte"/fortepiano specifically, absent good evidence to the contrary?... - Schissel (Schulenberg (The Music of Wilhelm Friedemann Bach) gives a table of Bach's Fantasias and their sources. There are 2 ms-copy sources listed for F.18, copies by Poelchau.) The "da capo" indication, by the way, in the editions above is not in the ms but is a, as Schulenberg puts it, reasonable conjecture.