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BWV

abbreviation for
(Classical Music) Bach Werke-Verzeichnis: indicating the serial number in the catalogue of the works of J. S. Bach made by Wolfgang Schmieder (1901–1990), published in 1950
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Total quantity or scope: Provision of Body Worn Video (BWV) Devices and Associated Products, Services and Solutions involving either the supply of BWV Devices and or Associated Software, or the provision of a complete Solution as per individual force / region needs.
Rampe is tireless in his recounting and evaluating of the competing scholarly positions on the origins of many of the works, such as the "Triple" Concerto, BWV 1044 (1:346-56).
The only thing the listener has to accustom to is the soloist's few strange (not out-of-tune) tones in BWV 202, yet this is such a minor detail that it is not even worth analysing.
As would be expected from a pianist of Hewitt's stature, the pieces mostly require advanced musicality and/or technique; a notable exception is "Gute Nacht, o Wesen" from BWV 227 arranged by Brett Dean, a simple yet beautiful mostly three-voice arrangement suitable for an upper-intermediate student.
420-23) is organized by composer, genre and either BWV number (Bach) or tide (Mendelssohn and Schumann).
BWV has been successfully trialled by the NSW Public Order and Riot Squad, and it is expected that body worn cameras will help achieve better results for victims of crime.
Some of the best Short Preludes to be studied here include the Prelude in E Minor, BWV 941, Prelude in D Minor, BWV 935, Prelude in E Major, BWV 937, Prelude in D Minor, BWV 940, and the Prelude in C Minor, BWV 54.
But blemishes are not fatal flaws and Beznosiuk had a clear vision of the trajectory of each piece, from the opening Sonata BWV 1001 in G minor to the closing Partita BWV 1004 in D minor, with the famous Chaconne as its finale.
Bach wrote a series of sonatas and partitas for solo violin, among them the composition that is the focus of this release, the Partita in D minor, BWV 1004.
The 2001 concert includes two works by Bach: the Concerto in C minor, BWV 1060, and the Concerto in D minor, BWV 1063, as well as "Summer" from Vivaldi's Four Seasons, all arranged by Loussier.
WCMS's lead violin Krista Buckland Reisner opened the program with Bach's Partita in E Major for solo violin, BWV 1006.
30pm, opens with the last of Bach's six Partitas, the one in E minor, BWV 830, to be followed by the first of Beethoven's late Sonatas, No 30 in E major, Op109.