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Bel) Guitar JENO Arranged by EUGENE REICHENTHAL 1x DUIRRD B. mary MuUsC Arias “LEONARD* company CORPORATION Wie for Recorder and Guitar (SOPRANO-or-TENOR) Arranged by EUGENE REICHENTHAL March in G from “The Little Note Book of Anna Magdalena Bach”. . Minuet . Wie soll Ich from “Cantata 152’ cae Prelude from “18 Little Preludes and Fugues” (No. 10) . infonia from “Cantata 156”... jet from “French Suite No. 2” jinuet from “French Suite No. 6” Bourree in E minor ........-+02+05 Gavotte from “French Suite No. 5” Siciliano from “Sonata No. 2 for Flute and Harpsichord” Bourree in A minor. ae Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring from “Cantata 147” .... Wisset ihr nicht from “Cantata 154” Little Prelude from “6 Little Preludes” = Polonaise from “The Little Note Book of Anna Magdalena Bach” . Contents EDWARD B. scarey oreo we MARKS MUSIC HAL*LEONARD* ‘company CORPORATION “1 emuch enjoy slaving my recorder with piano, and I ove playing with harpsichord, but for the purest joy give me a gitar. The sounds nary and yet ae cht, Monica Dewey, Recorder and Music Magarine This book is decicated to Monica Dewey and Dorit Hunter, who for many years have been playing recorder and guitar together for children of British sehoote. FOREWORD All the included selections are arranged to be played on a C recorder, either soprano (descant) or tenor, with guitar, but the upper line may quite effectively be carried by a flute, oboe or violin, and the guitar parts may be played by harpsichord or piano. | have chosen’ the C recorders rather than the altos (trebles) in F for two reasons. There is a vast literature for alto recorders, but a comparative scarcity of fine solo or duet material for tenors and sopranos. And those keys in which the C recorders sound the best happen also to be the keys best suited to the guitar. Few ornaments have been added editorially, but certain standard embellishments that were expected from Baroque performers have been written into the recorder part. Ornaments may be sparingly improvised by those who are certain of the idiom, but such ornaments ‘must conform with the mood of the selection and must not disturb the flow of the melodic line. Trills are to be started on the beat with the upper note as an expressive, dissonant appoggiatura. Occasionally the appoggiatura is actually written in, and in such instances it would not be played again. U hope that in making the changes necessary for a transcription | have succeeded in retaining the beauty, style and spirit of the original selection. Eugene Reichenthal March in G from “The Little Note Book of Anna Magdalena Bach” Johann Sebastian Bach Arranged by Eugene Reichenthal Moderately fast Recorder Guitar Copyright © 1976 by Edward B, Marks Music Company International Copyright Secured Made in U.S.A. Used by Permission All Rights Reserved 4 Minuet Johann Sebastian Bach Arranged by Eugene Reichenthal Gracefully Recorder Guitar Wie soll Ich from “Cantata 152” Johann Sebastian Bach Arranged by Eugene Reichenthal Plaintively (in 2) Recorder Guitar 6 Prelude from “18 Little Preludes and Fugues, No. 10” Johann Sebastian Bach Arranged by Eugene Reichenthal Serenely o Recorder Guitar Sinfonia from “Cantata 156” Johann Sebastian Bach Arranged by Eugene Reichenthal Calmly and quite slowly # Recorder Guitar * The trill on Bb is fingered 7 7 On many recorders a better high Bb than the fone given on standard fingering charts is 8 Minuet from “French Suite No.2” Johann Sebastian Bach ‘Arranged by Eugene Reichenthal Moderately - 6] Recorder Guitar ? 2 legato slur in eecorder performance subtly broadens the fret note of the group: that effect is intended here. Minuet from “French Suite No. 6” Johann Sebastian Bach Arranged by Eugene Reichenthal Elegantly 10 Bourrée in E minor Johann Sebastian Bach ‘Arranged by Eugene Reichenthal Vigorously Recorder Guitar iu Gavotte from “French Suite No. 5” Johann Sebastian Bach Arranged by Eugene Reichenthal Moderately Recorder 12 Siciliano fom “Sonata No. 2 for Flute and Harpsichord” Johann Sebastian Bach ‘Arranged by Eugene Reichenthal Gently swaying Recorder Guitar r ia 7F 13 iu Bourrée in A minor Johann Sebastian Bach Arranged by Eugene Reichenthal With spirit Recorder Guitar 16 Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring, fom “Cantata 147” Johann Sebastian Bach Arranged by Eugene Reichenthal Calmly, with nobility Recorder Guitar alk i = HI 18, Wisset ihr nicht from “Cantata 154” Johann Sebastian Bach Arranged by Eugene Reichenthal With motion Recorder Guitar wt Little Prelude from “6 Little Preludes” Johann Sebastian Bach Arranged by Eugene Reichenthal Moderately Recorder Guitar 20 Polonaise from “The Little Note Book of Anna Magdalena Bach” Johann Sebastian Bach Arranged by Eugene Reichenthal Resolutely 5 Recorder Guitar Air in G Johann Sebastian Bach Arranged by Eugene Reichenthal Very Slow Recorder Guitar