With a good fifty pages, this edition contains the collection of small preludes and fuguettes known to all and whose proofs are no longer to be done in piano teaching. The Bach sons, notably Wilhelm Friedemann and Carl Philipp Emanuel, already had the opportunity to rub shoulders with it. Arranged in an order of slightly increasing difficulty, these "Little Preludes", composed almost three hundred years ago already, but whose music has magically preserved all its premium freshness, allow rapid progress to be made on the piano. More advanced pianists should sometimes have fun deciphering these visual pieces - they would immediately notice that they are not that easy. By the way, all of Bach's works published by Henle are available in a fingering edition and also without fingering.