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Trio from Brandenburg Concerto no.1(J.S.Bach)


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Trio from the Minuet section from Bach's Brandenburg Concerto no.1 but given a jazz treatment(sax instead of oboes) with lengthy free jazz intro. Enjoy. Thanks to Uncle Johann for composing this stuff.
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Uploaded: Dec 09, 2009 - 11:36:51 PM
Last Updated: Dec 09, 2009 - 11:36:51 PM Last Played: Feb 10, 2019 - 10:51:01 PM
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Feter said 3478 days ago (December 9th, 2009)
Trio from Brandenburg Concerto no.1(J.S.Bach)
This is extremely gorgeous ..wonderful sax
work ..maybe the percussion bit treble need
bass boost ..but the whole performance is
unique and so wonderful I love (golden gate trio)
so this reminds me somehow ..wonderful ...
kudos ...thnx alot for sharin !!!!
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tokai said 3478 days ago (December 10th, 2009)
Jazz
them drums are sounding real tight. Has an eastern flow which i love. The sound of the percussion is quite something. Couldn't write anything like this myself, the crossover of the classical and jazz is extraordinarily working.
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davajonah said 3478 days ago (December 10th, 2009)
Very cool.
Choice orchestration and superb percussion. Very cool indeed. Nice one.

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Char said 3477 days ago (December 11th, 2009)
Very unusual.
The intro sounded more Eastern than the latter part. I was envisioning high brow snake charmers. Then it became more baroque and European. Elegant. Thanks.
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magnatone said 3477 days ago (December 11th, 2009)
Brandenburg
this is so imaginative! i really love the opening percussion and instrument sounds - VERY cool! how did you keep all of this straight? i'm totally impressed!
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segiperkasa said 3473 days ago (December 15th, 2009)
cool innovation ...
really cool .... love the variation...
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drakonis said 3466 days ago (December 22nd, 2009)
More good stuff
Although I think you did much better on your Minuet in D Moll as far as transporting the music into a wacky jazz setting. The panning of the two saxii to far L/R was a little weird in headphones. But with that aside, this is an incredibly well-thought-out adaptation and re-interpretation/scoring.
ttfn,
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AcetyleneJukebox said 3465 days ago (December 23rd, 2009)
thanks.
This one has more Baroque to it than jazz because there is less improv. I suppose Bachs harmonies would be tighter without the wide panning but I kind of like it. Thanks for the constructive feedback.
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K.I.S.KISMET said 3441 days ago (January 15th, 2010)
oooooooh
lovely vibe to this one. especially loved that intro..sensual and skillful.
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