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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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"A Mighty Fortress" is Our God" (BWV 80) on June 29.
Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (BWV 33) was composed when Johann Sebastian Bach was thirty-nine years old.
Bach's Goldberg Variations (BWV 988), Fuga inversa a 2 Clavicembali from The Art of the Fugue (BWV 1080/18)*, Trio Sonata G Major (BWV 1038)*
The report added: "Based on the evidence available, we were of the opinion that the performance of three officers had been unsatisfactory for failing to turn on their BWV and taking the man straight to hospital, as per guidance.
2, BWV 1067, and Aria from Goldberg Variations, BWV 525, other represent less-known repertoire.
2017, Church of St Anne, Studio Domovina (BWV 1061), Prague.
Using the website Kickstarter he raised cash to fund a recording of Bach's Suites for Lute BWV 996 in E minor and BWV 1006a in E major at Abbey Road Studios.
It follows the announcement earlier this year that body worn video (BWV) cameras would be made available to all police officers in Cheshire thanks to funding approved by David Keane.
The concert program included Bach-Vivaldi - Concerto in A minor for 4 Keyboards, BWV 1065 I.Allegro - II.
Though there's some speculation that the E Minor suite (BWV 996) was intended for lautenwerk, or lute-harpsichord, which was in fact a keyboard instrument that looks (and sounds, if you can find one) a lot like a lute.