Little Fugue - Medium - Brass Quintet By Johann Sebastian Bach / Arranged by David Marlatt - Score & Parts Eighth Note Publication Brass Ensemble - Quintet Series
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In Stock. The Allegro Spiritoso is a movement taken from Jean-Baptiste Senaille's Sonata No. 5 in D minor, which was originally written as a solo for violin. This particular work by Senaille regained popularity when it was recorded as a piccolo trumpet solo by Maurice Andre. This arrangement is in A minor and features the euphonium or trombone in a brass quintet setting.
Lyric Essay is written in a neo-romantic style. It is a slow, reflective work with much opportunity for musical expression. This piece (previously written for concert band) has been performed all throughout Canada, the United States and in Japan. It is an ideal lyric composition to be programmed between two louder works on your next concert. There is an optional percussion part provided.
This is easily the most famous and often recorded fugue. The first (and most noticeable) thing with this arrangement is the fact that it is not in the original key of G minor. The key has been altered to allow for performance without the use of E-flat trumpets making this great piece more accessible to players wanting to play it, without the range demands found in arrangements in the original key.