This is something that no one has ever been able to answer: In the G-minor Sonata, the piece is clearly in...G minor. Which would have, let me do the calculations...2 flats in the key signature.
Why would Bach have put in 1 flat, and added all the E flats? this makes no sense at all. Why wouldn't he have just put both flats in the key signature?
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