Vivaldi: Concerto RV 565 D minor for 2 violins, violoncello, and strings

9 parts43 pages09:05a month ago128 views
Violin(2), Cello(2), Strings(3), Harpsichord, Contrabass
Vivaldi's famous D Minor RV 565 (transcribed as BWV 596 by Bach (how ironic that BWV 565 is also in D minor!), but not here). Continuo realized by me. Developed from a score posted by Eric Holden.

No phrasing, but ritardandi added.

J.S. Bach: Der Herr denket an uns (Sinfonia, BWV 196.1)

6 parts5 pages01:534 months ago107 views
Violin(2), Viola, Cello, Other Woodwinds, Contrabass
The Sinfonia to Bach's cantata BWV 196. In MS3, Piano Roll Editor was used for some minimal phrasing and proper execution of the appoggiature. Continuo by me (pan flutes). Score (with figures) from the Bachgesellschaft Ausgabe (BGA via IMSLP).

The upper strings think it's a French
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J.S. Bach: BWV 232 (B Minor Mass) - Crucifixus (figured)

6 parts6 pages03:117 months ago359 views
Flute, Violin, Voice(2), Cello, Contrabass
Posting this for the annotated harmony, in meticulous "closed score". There is nothing to say about this tour-de-force of gut-wrenching, agonized harmony, the last word in the classic "lamento bass". While this is based upon the opening chorus of the Cantata BWV 12, "Weinen,
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J.S. Bach: Der Gott, der hat mir versprochen (BWV 13, #3)

9 parts12 pages03:189 months ago173 views
Violin(2), Viola, Flute, Oboe, Voice, Other Woodwinds, Cello, Contrabass
A superlative concerted chorale-prelude movement on "Freu' dich sehr, o meine Seele" from the incredible cantata "Meine Seufzer, meine Thränen", BWV 13.

Those who, like myself, strive to learn this art are encouraged to study the bass chosen to underlay the Cantus when
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DeNood Choral exercise mm 1-13 by BSG

2 parts1 page01:089 months ago53 views
Voice, Contrabass
I did this about a week ago. It adds a lot of ninth suspensions and accented passing tones etc. The difficult problems of the difficult melody in 8 necessitated difficult solutions, and the texture gets a bit "motetty" (as oppose to "choraly", as it were) there.