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Benedictus, from Bach B Minor Mass, Woodwind Trio, arr. for Bassoon (or Cello), Clarinet, and Flute (or oboe or Violin)

By Johann Sebastian Bach

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Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Woodwind Trio, Violin, Cello - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Arranged by Ray Kamada. Baroque Period, Sacred, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 10 pages. Published by The Lone Arranger (S0.192973).

Item Number: S0.192973

Written for chamber orchestra (1749) but not performed during his life, the Benedictus is part of what some call one of the greatest classical compositions. Here, the cello plays Bach's soprano melody line but in the tenor range. The clarinet plays what was Bach's bass counterpoint but in the alto range. And the flute is given an entirely new soprano melody in place of Bach's formerly straight alto harmony. Thus, three contrapuntal melody lines now weave dynamically between fore and background. Suitable for concerts, this arrangement is not recommended as sight reading for gigs, especially for the cello.

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