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2 Violin Concertos for Solo Classical Guitar & Bass/Cello with Guitar Part

By Johann Sebastian Bach

Duet Classical Guitar, Double Bass - Intermediate
Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Arranged by Richard Sayage. Savage Classical Guitar Virtuoso Editions. 2 of Bach's famous Violin Concertos allow the solo guitarist to play along with their favorite recording. With Separately bound Guitar Part. Baroque. Book and Guitar Part. With standard notation (with fingerings). 48 pages. Published by Savage Classical Guitar Transcriptions (SJ.SCGT-0107).

Item Number: SJ.SCGT-0107

ISBN 0974962635. With standard notation (with fingerings). Baroque.

BWV 1041 & 1042 The well-reknowned Bach Solo Violin Concertos in A Minor and E Major are now arranged for the solo classical guitarist and an accompanying bassist or cellist. The guitarist can make use of this edition to simply play along with a favorite recording. The pieces are presented in their original keys, fully fingered and marked. A delightful and useful edition that will bring smiles to the most discerning of guitarists. The book comes with a separate guitar part for easier reading.

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  • 5

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  • March 27, 2009 Parts Available

    Write to me with proof of purchase, email and your shipping address and I will send the guitar part. This applies to anyone who has purchased this edition from Savage Classical Guitar Editions. Best...Richard F. Sayage

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  • January 09, 2009 parts please

    it really is not excusable with modern engraving software to produce a chamber music publication like this without parts-umteen page turns? cut and paste?.....I don't think so! Nice idea, unusable product...

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