Johann Sebastian Bach wrote a series of compositional studies and exercises in technique for his students between 1685-1750. 15 of them are 2-part contrapuntal pieces and the other 15 are 3-part contrapuntal pieces. Counterpoint (contrapuntal) is a style of writing where two or more rhythmically varied yet harmonically symbiotic voices interact to form the composition.
J.S. Bach's Inventions and Sinfonias (BVW 772-801) are often the early pivotal points for young budding classical pianists. Unfortunately for me, I had neither the focus or dedication to adequately take them on in my youth. Now, I have returned to Bach's music as an exercise in pianist fluidity and tone control. I hope you enjoy my novice attempt at performing his music. I do not claim to be an expert on the music. Although, it appears to be helping my improvising significantly and I feel more confident in my classical technique after each piece I perform.
I hope you enjoy this performance. Please feel free to leave a comment below or send me a message!