Horn in F part from Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor - First Version (Brass Quintet)

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Full details

Brass Quintet arrangement of J.S.Bach’s Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor.

I’ve tried to keep the arrangement as close to the original organ score as possible. Where some of the original lines go out of the standard range of the instrument, an easier octave is written in small notes.

You can play both the Passacaglia and the Fugue attacca as written, rall two bars before the Fugue and pause on the last note of bar 160 to just play the Passacaglia, or began at bar 161 with the upbeat from the 2nd trumpet to just play the Fugue.

If played without a conductor, the piece will work at the same tempo throughout, and there are some optional parts added in to help keep time in sparce places.

If played a with a conductor, the time can be pulled around in different sections to add variety.

The 1st trumpet part can be played on a piccolo trumpet if that makes it easier.

The tuba part can also be played on a bass trombone, and some of the tuba part can be displaced at the octave if desired.

Feel free to contact me if you have any suggestions or if you need a part transposing differently.

Good luck and have fun!


Composer
J.S.Bach
Duration
11 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Licensing

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