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Classics To Jazz * Bach

By Johann Sebastian Bach

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Jazz piano
Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Arranged by Tony Santorella. This edition: Paperback. Collection. Classical. Book. Text Language: English. 48 pages. Published by Santorella Publications (SP.TS150).

Item Number: SP.TS150
ISBN 9781585602506. With Text Language: English. Classical.

The Classics to Jazz collection published by Santorella Publications features some of the most popular masterworks from four of the greatest musical geniuses in history. Each piece is first presented in its original form and then on the following page, it is arranged with a Jazz feel. The Classics to Jazz series is a great educational tool for the advancing pianist making the transition from Classical studies to the exciting world of Jazz Piano. These curiously irresistible melodies arranged & edited by Jonathon Robbins will grab you as soon as you begin to play. Fun and exciting, these pieces will become the most played tunes in your library. This particular edition features the following works of Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), presented with a twist and certainly not for the faint of heart. Enjoy! Aria (variation #1) - Aria (variation #2) - Bouree in E Minor - Minuet in G March in D - Minuet in G Minor - Corrente - Musette in G - Little Prelude.

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  • 3

    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • May 14, 2012 Interesting

    The book was interesting but not quite what I was expecting.

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    Location:
    Seattle
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • October 06, 2002 Um. is there a typo?

    On page 13 -14 I have located a total of 3 typos. The first in is in the first measure of the song. Note: in the middle of the first two notes there is a unnecessary rest. Again, in measure six there is an unnecessary rest in the middle of...

    the first two notes. This continues in measure nine there is a unnecessry rest in the middle of the second and third note. Are these typos or am I experiencing a learning opportunity.

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