Baroque compositions - without BACH!

intermediate tutorial Jun 27, 2024

Are you tired of the same old Bach pieces? Discover 5 Hidden Gems of Baroque Music Beyond Bach!

Ever felt like you've heard all there is to hear from Johann Sebastian Bach? Think again! Dive into the depths of Baroque music with us as we explore five incredible compositions from the era that aren't by Bach but are just as mesmerizing. From the dance music of Jean-Baptiste Lully for Louis XIV to the captivating 'Le coucou' by Louis-Claude Daquin, prepare to be amazed by the diversity and richness of Baroque music. Whether you're a seasoned classical music enthusiast or new to the genre, these pieces will add something special to your playlist.

In this video:
- Discover Jean-Baptiste Lully's 'Gavotte', a piece that made Louis XIV dance.
- Experience the emotional depth of Johann Pachelbel's Chaconne in F minor.
- Be moved by Handel's 'Passacaglia' from his 'Suite No. 7'.
- Explore one of Domenico Scarlatti's 555 piano sonatas.
- Listen to the playful 'Le coucou' by Louis-Claude Daquin and hear the bird come to life.

Why limit yourself to Bach when there's a whole world of Baroque music to explore? Click play to embark on a musical journey you won't forget. Don't forget to like, subscribe, and comment on which piece you'd love a tutorial for. Join Jeff's Pianist Academy and enrich your musical journey today!



00:00 Intro

00:08 Bach: Invention C major BWV 772

01:08 Lully: Gavotte in D minor

01:54 Pachelbel: „Chaconne“ in F minor P. 43

02:57 Handel: Passacaglia / Suite No 7, HWV_432

03:50 Scarlatti: Sonata in D minor, K.141

04:26 Daquin: „Le coucou“


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