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Folks- I was hoping to find a version of BWV 659 for organ that I could play immediately. All I could find on the web was a version with a G, C, and F clef. All organ music I've found published in paper format generally has the G and F (base) clefs, the F clef used for both the left hand and the pedal. Your version of many of the pieces, including the one I sought, uses the C clef for the left hand which most of us would have to translate into the standard F clef, a real nuissance