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Play Bach - Minuet in G major (interactive piano sheet music)

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Tombooks has revolutionized the world of the musical score and presents a whole new way to learn classical music. The Tombooks interactive sheet music automatically turns the pages for you and adapts to your level to make your learning more effective and fun!
The Play Bach – Minuet in G major app is an innovative way to discover the world of Johann Sebastian Bach:

The STUDIO provides a quick and effective way to learn the piece. With the interactive sheet music, you can move the score along at your own pace without affecting the sound quality, use a metronome, add annotations, print your annotated score and refer to our playing advice to improve or record yourself.

In the AUDITORIUM, you can learn all about the Minuet in G major and the extraordinary life of Johann Sebastian Bach thanks to an immersive narrative accompanied by illustrations, music and videos. A specially commissioned text written by a highly qualified Bach specialist will enrich your understanding and plunge you right into the heart of the music.

The LIBRARY is a veritable social network dedicated to classical music. It allows you to share your recordings and annotated scores and listen to recordings made by fellow enthusiasts.


• Interactive sheet music for piano of Bach’s Minuet in G major
• Function: record
• Function: slow or speed up the reading without any loss of sound quality
• Professional playing advice
• Personalised annotation of scores
• Metronome
• Print and send emails of scores — annotated or not

• The life and work of Bach through an interactive multimedia biography
• The history of the Minuet in G major for piano
• A specially commissioned live recording, the better to get into the work
• An HD facsimile reproduction of the original manuscript score of the Minuet in G major for piano

• A social network reserved for all those who have acquired Play Bach, on which they can share their recordings, annotated scores and opinions