Bach - Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 (for Saxophone Quartet and optional Organ)
This is the complete Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 for Saxophone Quartet by Johann Sebastian Bach. It has an optional organ part if so desired but will work perfectly well without. Originally written for three violins three violas, three celli, double bass and continuo, this transcription despite its difficulty may actually be accessible to non-professional quartets. It for the most part lays well on all of the saxophones and once continuous lines have been dispersed to allow for some breaks. A Soprano Sax Solo has been created over the second movement Phrygian cadence that would have been originally improvised by the harpsichordist. Either the organist or another Saxophone could improvise his or her own solo here if desired.
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