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When Brahms composed for the organ, he turned for inspiration to the musical style of the late Baroque period, especially the music of J.-S. Bach.
His beautiful Eleven «Chorale Preludes op. 122 (posthume)" are a basic repertoire works for every organist where the composer emulated late Baroque with considerable success.
Here is an arrangement for string quartet of the sdecond Prelude, a deeply impressive variation on the famous « Herzliebster Jesu, was hast du verbrochen » (previously - and quite often - appearing in Bach�s organ works): the main orned melodic line is played by the Bb Trumpet.
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