371 Four-Part Chorales, Volume I for Organ or Piano: Nos. 1-198 (Kalmus Edition)
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Valery Lloyd-Watts' impeccable technique, appropriate musical feeling and interpretation of ornamentation will inspire students as Valery Lloyd-Watts' impeccable technique, appropriate musical feeling and interpretation of ornamentation will inspire students as they explore the Inventions and Sinfonias of Bach. A most impressive edition of the first volume of The Well-Tempered Clavier, these 24 preludes A most impressive edition of the first volume of The Well-Tempered Clavier, these 24 preludes and fugues were painstakingly researched over a period of 10 years, using the most important original manuscript sources.
Baroque scholar Willard A. Palmer's thorough introduction Edited by Baroque scholar Judith Schneider, with expert fingering suggestions by Stuttgart Professor Maria Sofianska, this edition of the second volume of Bach's essential masterpiece contains 30 pages of extensive research and insight into Baroque music. Painstakingly compared with the Bist du bei Mir: For 2 Alto Saxophones. This beautiful melody is one of the pieces from the two music books which Bach This beautiful melody is one of the pieces from the two music books which Bach wrote for his beloved second wife, Anna Magdalena.
Contrapunctus VI is in four parts and written in "Stylo Francese". This style has little flourishes of scale-like 32nd notes ascending and desending along with dotted rhythms, together called the French style. The work is suitable for advanced performers and is about minutes in length. Contrapunctus VIis an example of a 4-part simple fugue with stretto. Contrapunctus VII is an example of a 4-part simple fugue with stretto. Contrapunctus VIII is an example of a triple fugue. Contrapunctus IX is an example of a 4-part double fugue. Contrapunctus IX is an example of a4-part double fugue.
This particular arrangement of "Contra Nine" is perhaps the most well known and oft performed of the 16 numbered Contrapuncti. Besides simply laying well for brass quintet, much 3-part texture and a low ending make this arrangement less taxing than most Bach transcriptions.
Transcribed down a step from the original key of Dm into Cm. Bach 's legendary Art of Fugue has become a welcome place for brass artists over the past 50 years. Contrapunctus 9 has been arranged for 8-part brass ensemble by Jim Tempest. The 3-minute work is appropriate for moderately advanced performers. Instrumentation is Includes difficult passages from the works of J. Bach , including many Cantatas, Masses, two Brandenburg Concerti and many other works. New transcriptions of Bach cantata arias for intermediate to advanced level cellists. Also playable on other bass clef instruments such as bassoon, trombone and euphonium.
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371 Four-Part Chorales, Vol 1: Nos. 199-371 (For Organ or Piano)
All five parts included in this one set - no need to purchase additional books. Using these parts a woodwind, brass or string quintet can be formed, or any number of other less common 5-part instrumental arrangements. The study repertory for the orchestral trumpeter is sparce compared to that of most other orchestral instruments. Many etudes for trumpet are approached from a purely technical viewpoint and often lack in musical content.
This volume, 12 Etudes for Trumpet, transcribed from J. Bach's Golberg Variations , is an attempt to make a musical contribution to the technical repertory of the trumpet. The Interpretation of Early Music by Robert Donnington, and the preface to the Goldberg Variations by Ralph Kirkpatrick may be consulted for a better understanding of performances practices in the Baroque era.
Bach , Johann Sebastian Etudes for Harp Grandjany Although the young harpist of today must not neglect the solid foundation of harp technique to be gained in the practice of the Etudes of Bochsa, Dizi, Parish-Alvars, and other notable virtuosi of the Romantic Era, the student's musical development requires the study of the master of all musicians, J. For this purpose, Marcel Grandjany presents a group of 12 etudes based on Sonatas and Partitas for violin alone by J.
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Some of this material can be used as concert repertoire, but the larger part is designed to be practiced in various ways for technical development. Bach left this delightful work "incomplete" as an exercise for keyboard improvisation. Noted musicologist Kenneth Cooper reconstructs this work from the many clues left by Bach. Due to the difficulties of putting a Bach Fugue together, this arrangement is more suitable for an advanced high school or college level ensemble. Clarinet Bb. Bach composed many of his greatest organ works during this period.
The music of the Fantasia is lush and ornate. The Fugue is bars in length. This work was transcribed for orchestra in by Edward Elgar who mourned after the death of his wife. He was to orchestrate the Fugue and Richard Strauss agreed to do the Fantasia, however after two years Elgarcompleted the entire work as Strauss never held up his part of the bargain. Sauer has subtly added phrasings, breaths and articulations to the original score to aid in the performance for trombone choir.
The music is about eight minutes in length and is appropriate for advanced performers.
It survives thanks to his students who transcribed many of his works during the years before The original work is in three movements, however in this setting Mr. Sauer has used the Grave central movement which is slow, dense and serious. In this work Bach departs from his previous style of writing music that is interchangeable between the Organ and Harpsichord. Sauer has done a masterful job of scoring this 5-voice work for an eight-part trombone Ensemble of moderately advanced performers. The Fantasy is of moderate tempo and relatively short.
The top two lines have many suspensions while the bottom line is scalelike. The Fugue is more lengthy with the top lines trading off short repeated passages while the bass line winds around, alternating scales and octave jumps. Sauer's arrangement is appropriate for advanced performers and is about 6 minutes in length. The top two lines have many suspensions while the bottom line optionally performed on tuba is scalelike. All parts are in bass clef. It brings together on the one hand six essentially small-format keyboard suites of moderate difficulty and on the other the most extensive and substantial of Bach 's sets of suites.
The player is provided with as clear and comprehensible a score as possible, and makes it easier to approach the work, while those of an academic bent can refer to the Editorial Report for a documentation of sources, editorial additions and ornaments of a comprehensiveness otherwise found only in critical complete editions. Johann Sebastian Bach 's three great cycles of suites belong to the fundamental canon of piano literature: the Partitas and the so-called English and French Suites. It is the French Suites that have long been by far the most popular - and this was also the case at the time that they were written.
However, this also creates problems for an editor preparing an Urtext edition, because a vast number of copies of them were made by Bach 's circle of pupils, and these contain many presumably authenticvariants.