Illustrations incidental to JS Bachs Aria


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Composer: Kraus - Eberhard (inspired by Bach)

Instrumentation: Descant or Treble + Cello

Period/genre: Contemporary

Grade: Difficult

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*Contemporary Piece.* Includes Preface in German and English.

1. Fugue lente
2. Mattasin3. Air Tendre
4. Canarie
5. Burlesque
6. Fugue grave

Eberhard Kraus (born February 17, 1931 in Regensburg; Died October 23. 2003) was a German organist, harpsichordist and composer. He was cathedral organist at Regensburg Cathedral from 1964 to 1996.

His compositional work includes over 300 works in a wide variety of genres using the twelve tone technique . He also created organ transcriptions and reconstructions of works by other composers. At the age of 21 (1952), Kraus founded the so-called “Sunday Organ Lessons” in the Minoritenkirche in Regensburg, a concert series of lively music history from all eras including modernity, which he supervised as a mentor, interpreter and organizer for over 50 years until shortly before his death. 

Score 14 pages. 1 part @ 3 pages. 

(Also additionally: Viola da gamba/violincello - Ad Libitum:  A notation on written music that gives the performer freedom to vary the notes or tempo.)

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