Art of Fugue, BWV 1080 Volume 2 for Trombone Quartet
Trombone Quartet - Digital Sheet Music

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Brass Ensemble Trombone - Level 5 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.811028

Composed by Bach Johann Sebastian. Arranged by Sauer, Ralph. Baroque,Classical,Renaissance. Score and parts. 69 pages. Gordon Cherry #4728687. Published by Gordon Cherry (A0.811028).

Bach's great monument to the Fugue has been newly transcribed by Ralph Sauer for 4-part Trombone Ensemble. Volume 2 contains four Contrapuncti 6, 7, 8 and 9.  Although playable by a quartet, the Fugues may be performed by a larger ensemble with the included optional divisi.  Playable by  advanced performers, any of these fugues chould be a major part of any Trombone recital/concert.

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