Sonata No. 6 in E-flat major (J. C. F. Bach)
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The piece starts off with a motif, which is in the score image, that then repeats with a slight variation at the end. There is then a short section involving a sequence and many typical baroque trills. There is then a section where the left hand plays a sequence, followed by a right hand playing three semiquavers. After several of these, there is a new motif. This then ends in some syncopation and finally, the piece repeats its original tune.
Further on, there is a modulation to A flat major, where the main theme is repeated. The piece ends with the last three-quarters of the original motif, its repeat and a modulation back to the original key of E flat major.
- ABRSM Grade 7 Piano Syllabus 2009-2010 on Page 2 list A Piece 1