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  • Commentary on BWV 1053

    Originally in E major, transposed here to Bb. Thought to have been based on a lost concerto for oboe. In almost all cases, recorder plays main theme in tutti sections. The 1st movement includes an optional cadenza right before the da capo.

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  • Polonaise

    Originally for concertino and ripieno strings, in G major?we offer a choice of original pitch or in F major. Due to its restricted range, the latter, in particular, may be played on a Renaissance alto. See the note under the Trio from Brandenburg Concerto No. 1. Note that we also feature a version for recorder duet as part of “24 Duets”.

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  • Menuet I and II

    Originally in Bb major, transposed here to F

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  • “Danse cuirassée,” from *Vieux sequins et vielles cuirasses*

    Originally for piano solo. Title means, “Armored Dance,” 2nd movement from Old Sequins and old Breastplates. Any size recorder can be used from bass up to soprano, but to stick with the original register, bass or tenor should be used.

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  • Aria, Bete aber auch dabei from Cantata 115

    Fourth number from the cantata. Originally for soprano, flute, violoncello piccolo, and continuo in b minor, transposed here to d. Title means “Pray though even now as well.”

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  • Prelude No. 10

    Originally in e minor, transposed here to a.

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  • Fugue No. 7

    Originally in Eb major, transposed here to Bb.

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  • 4th Mvmt., Gigue

    Originally in G major, transposed here to Bb.

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  • Courante

    Originally in G major, transposed here to C.

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  • Bourrée I & II—d minor version

    Originally in a minor, transposed here to d. Note that these same four movements are also available in the catalogue in the key of c. Bourr?e I and II require a change to either tenor or voice flute. To avoid this, one could use the version of this piece in c. To avoid the change of key, one could mix and match between the two versions which would necessitate using recorders either one whole tone down (in Eb) or one whole tone up (in G), in alternation with the familiar recorder in F.

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  • Gigue

    Originally for keyboard in G major, transposed here to Bb.

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  • Gnossienne 2

    Written in 1890 for piano solo. Transposed here up a 4th.

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  • Contrapunctus 13 Rectus

    Originally in d minor, transposed here to g. The dotted eighth-16th note rhythm should be assimilated to the prevailing triplets (i. e. the 16th should co?ncide with the 3rd eighth of the triplet). But the occasional groups of two or four 16ths should be as written.

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  • Commentary for Partita No. 3, BWV 827

    Originally in a minor, transposed here to d. Includes an introductory commentary.

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  • Sonata K. 9 L. 413 P. 65

    Originally for solo keyboard in d minor, transposed here to g.

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  • *Sonnerie pour réveiller le bon gros Roi des Singes (lequel qui ne dort toujours que d’un œil)*, arr. for two alto recorders

    Duet, 1 pp.
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