J. S. Bach - Chromatic Fantasy for Unaccompanied Clarinet
Clarinet - Advanced
Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Arranged by John Gibson. Baroque Period. Individual Part. 8 pages. JB Linear #SOLO005c. Published by JB Linear (S0.5993).
Item Number: S0.5993
J. S. Bach's monumental work transcribed for unaccompanied solo clarinet by John Gibson. You may view a video of the score at http://youtu.be/zEggChq5zgo"In transcribing these works I have attempted to remain true to the composer’s intentions while making the music as clarinet friendly as possible. For the Chromatic Fantasy, which was originally for keyboard, I chose to use the BWV 903a version that Bach wrote of the first 23 measures rather than the more often played BWV 903 since it was better suited for clarinet." (John Gibson)This is music for advanced players!
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