Title format: [PDF/JPG tag] Composer's surname, forename - op.xx/xx Title - tags (if known)
e.g. [PDF] Albeniz, Isaac - op.47 Sevilla
or [PDF] Quantz, J. J. - op.02/02 Duetto - Duo (For more than one forename, just give initials.)
or [PDF] Anon. - Packington's Pound (Use Anon. for all anonymous or traditional pieces.) Username may replace Composer's surname and forename for your own compositions.
For Giuliani the opus number should be 3 digits (op.048) and for Bach the BWV number should be 4 digits (BWV 0820).
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You may want to check Stefano Grondona's recording of all of BWV 914. "Grondona plays JS Bach", available as mp3 downloads. The first three movements are not too tough; the fourth movement -- a different tale!
Thank you for your comments, Cliff and David
Here's a recording of me playing the piece, with a few mistakes, but then, I only started with transcribing it 3 hours earlier. At my site is a pdf with some extra fingering.
I wonder why Kindgren changed this to D minor, as the piece is very playable without transposing. Only reason I can think of is the two e's in both voices at the start of measure 3, which he probably changed to a d on the open 4th string and one on the 5th string. I changed the e in the lower voice to g-f#-e an octave lower, although I'm not completely pleased with that either.