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Bach at the Double

For Swing Trio

By Professor Teddy Bor

Strings Double Bass, Violin 1, Violin 2
For Swing Trio. Composed by Professor Teddy Bor. With Standard notation. Yorke Edition #514-05040. Published by Yorke Edition (PR.514050400).

Item Number: PR.514050400

An immensley popular ensemble work for any concert. Duration c.5'. Scored for 2 violins and double bass.

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  • 5

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  • September 01, 2012 amazing :)

    really fun to play

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  • 4

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  • October 05, 2009 Fun and unique piece and instrumentation

    Professor Teddy Bor's "Bach at the Double" is a brief jazzy takeoff on Bach's concerto for two violins in D minor. The first movement starts out almost straight... and then becomes definitely jazzy and swung, before ending (almost) normally. The slow movement, way shorter than the original is...

    based on "Oh Where has my Highland Laddie Gone" (sorry, I don't know the official title of the song). The last movement starts like a major version of the original, and then juxtaposes "In the Mood" with several Bach works other than the double concerto. It's fun to play and nice to have something to play with this instrumentation.

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