Air (Aria) – arrangement for two pianos (J.S. Bach)


Johann Sebastia Bach’s Air (or Aria) from the Orchestral Suite No. 3 (BWV 1068) is for sure among the most well-known classical pieces ever composed. It dates back to ca. 1730 and is originally for strings and basso continuo (which is a baroque-era type of harmonical accompaniment, usually played with the harpsichord).

This arrangement is for two pianos – not 4-hand on one piano.


Product type: Sheet music for two pianos. Both the full score and parts are included. difficulty level:  5 (appr. 5 years of playing)


  • The original 4-voiced score arranged so that the player 1 follows the soprano and tenor voices, and player 2 plays alto and bass


  • Understanding rhytms in an exceptionally slow 1/4 beat

Key:  D Major

Additional information


Bach, J. S.

Difficulty level

5 – Moderate


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