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Contrapunctus IV - Bach* · Robert Simpson (6), The Delmé String Quartet - The Art Of Fugue (CD, Album)

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  1. The Gateway Brass Quintet: Robert Souza and Dawn Weber, Trumpets; Cheryl Hoard, Horn; Wayne Coniglio, Trombone; Jeffrey Hoard, Tuba. Back to Bach, Christ Chu.
  2. Johann Sebastian Bach CONTRAPUNCTUS VI from The Art of Fugue transcribed for wind band by Kenneth Amis Instrumentation: 6 – Flutes 1 & 2 2 – Oboe 2 – Bassoons 1 & 2 12 – BÓ Clarinets 1, 2 & 3 2 – BÓ Bass Clarinet 4 – EÓ Alto Saxophones 1 & 2 1 – BÓ Tenor Saxophone 1 – EÓ Baritone Saxophone 1 – BÓ Flugelhorn 4 – BÓ Trumpets 1 & 2.
  3. Contrapunctus I is taken from The Art of the Fugue by Johann Sebastian Bach. It is a masterful study in the construction of the Baroque fugue and shows Bach at his chromatic best. Artfully adapted for string orchestra or string quintet by Vaclav Nelhybel, the work is an excellent opportunity for strings to play both fugue and chromatics in a.
  4. Bach - Robert Simpson: The Art of Fugue: Die Kunst der Fuge BWV , arranged by Robert Simpson: Delmé Quartet (String Quartet) Galina Solodchin (Violin); John Trusler (Violin); John Underwood (Viola); Jonathan Williams (Cello) Hyperion: Nov CD / TT: Contains a completion attempt of the concluding fugue by Donald Francis Tovey.
  5. These combine strings with woodwinds - and with percussion in Malloch's. String quartet arrangements number around a half a dozen or so; they strike the compromise between the "abstractionist" and the "colorist" approaches. The composer Robert Simpson made one, which appears on a recent Hyperion CD/5(22).
  6. The Art of Fugue (or The Art of the Fugue, original German: Die Kunst der Fuge), BWV , is an incomplete work [1] by Johann Sebastian Bach (–). It was most likely started at the beginning of the s, if not earlier. The first known surviving version, which contained 12 fugues and 2 canons, was copied by the composer in This manuscript has a slightly different title, added.

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