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Discussion in 'Music [DB]' started by IamGroot, Feb 21, 2018.
Does anybody enjoy playing parts other than the Cello suites?
Air on the G String works really well with the bass.
I was think more like this.
there are lots of little gems that work well.
i've played some of the violin partita movements, but not the Gm posted above.
i feel like someone like Catalin Rotaru would do that one justice.
be prepared to use your thumb in all sorts of bizarre and new ways when playing difficult violin parts on the bass.
Thanks. Apologies for incorrect position markings. This was for BG and not the DB and was not final copy which has lots of pencil corrections.
Sonata for Gamba and Harpsichord:
The left hand of the 2-Part Inventions - give the right hand to a treble clef instrument, including guitar. And if your partner can read bass clef, you can play the right hand parts while they play the left.
Flute partitas are really good fun, Violin Sonatas & Partitas as well. You’ll usually find some serious musical gold taking any part for any instrument and learning it.
Yep, 1020 g minor . Mandolin, bass, flute. Two part inventions fretless BG and Mandolin (mandocello for some) also.
There are plenty of Bach cantata arias with cello obbligato that are fun to play.
"25 Bach duets" by Fred Sherry is a great collection.
I am currently taking a look at the Goldberg Variations, particularly Variation 1. PDF in attachment.
Take a look at the youtube channel of our own @Grueber, great player: