Suite C minor BWV 997 for flute, 2 violins and basso continuo (harpsichord also obbligato) (Hellmann)
The original instrumentation of this composition still remains in the dark as even the first copies did not have a definite instrumentation. The substance of this music, however, won early recognition and soon after, editions and arrangements were published. The suite was first published in the form of a piano work in 1881. Arrangements for string instruments and/or chamber orchestra followed. Diethard Hellmannīs edition is not a scientific publication but rather intended for practising music.