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Bach Chorales For Band

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Tuba
Composer J S Bach
Arranger Richard E Thurston
Publisher Southern Music Co Tx
Catalog # 03770743

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Bach Chorales For Band Composed by J S Bach. Arranged by Richard E Thurston. For Tuba. Published by Southern Music Co Tx. (Catalog # 03770743, UPC: 884088707507)

The 28 chorales in this collection are suitable for concert band/wind ensemble as well as woodwind/brass choir, saxophone quartet, trombone quartet, or mixed woodwind/brass groups. They are well-suited for use as warm-ups, for study of precise intonation and ensemble, and for concert performance. Helpful instructions to the director are included for varying dynamics through instrumentation and balance, and the enhanced index includes the key and meter of each chorale. Also included are three concert selections: Chorale Prelude on “I Call to Thee, Lord Jesus Christ”; Final Chorus from St. Matthew Passion; Chorale Prelude on “We All Believe in One God (Giant Fugue)”

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