András Schiff, a world-renowned pianist well known to Bach's friends for his recording of Bach's Complete Keyboard, fingering both parts of the Well-Tempered Clavier. In a detailed introductory text, he comments on questions relating to the performance of the work. The Henle edition of Part 1, reviewed and corrected in 1997, and the most recent revision of Part 2 by Yo Tomita (Spring 2007) formed the basis for the text of this edition. Yo Tomita, the eminent specialist of Bach, comments in a detailed preface the complex status of the sources of the second part. Many remarks complete the edition. The two parts of the Well Tempered Clavier in Urtext Henle are also available without fingering (HN258), and in study score
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