Bass part from Brandenburg Concerto No.6 - 1. Allegro

Composer
Johann S. Bach
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page one of the Bass part from Brandenburg Concerto No.6 - 1. Allegro

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This is the last of J.S.Bach's submitted "Brandenburg" Concertos, even though it was apparently composed some 10 years before the other 5. Originally written for two violas, two viola da gambas, a cello and violone, it is arranged here for standard String Quartet, with an optional bass part.

Thank you Steven for the review. With regards to your comments about the tempo, I set them to the same speed as the recording I have, namely Reinhard Goebel conducting the Musica Antiqua Koln, Archiv 3D Baroque CD 431 702-2. And like you say, if you think the tempo is too fast you can always manually override it yourself :-)

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Composer
Johann S. Bach
Duration
4 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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