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An arrangement for Vibraphone or any tuned percussion instrument, such as Marimba or even Xylophone; of J.S.Bach’s Air on the G String.
You could try playing the melody in its original form the first time; and then play my ornamented version on the repeat if you wish.
A very nice arrangement for your next concert, or just to add a new work to your repertoire.
There is an optional drum set part available on request, and if you wish add a string bass, and replace the Piano with a Harpsichord for a more Baroque feel.
My thanks are extended to Ian Mackpherson for his assistance with the drum set part.
Visit Ian’s webpage for more information on his excellent drum school and excellent drum tutor books in Harrogate:www.percussiveedge.com
More of my Mallet percussion and Symphonic band music can be found published in Holland by:www.dutchmusicpartners.com
For an excellent version for Brass Quartet, try:www.cherry-classics.com
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.
Reviews of Air on The G String, from the Suite No. 3 in D for Vibraphone & Keyboard
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