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(1685 - 1750)
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Oboe Sheet music Trio for flute, bassoon and oboe Johann Sebastian Bach
Bach, Johann Sebastian: "Sonate en trio" en sol majeur Mouvement I Vivace (BWV 530) pour trio à vent

"Trio Sonata" in G Major Movement I Vivace (BWV 530) for Woodwind Trio
Johann Sebastian Bach

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Composer :Johann Sebastian BachJohann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750)
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Trio for flute, bassoon and oboe

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Johann Sebastian BachMagatagan, Mike (1960 - )
Copyright :Public Domain
At some time in the vicinity of 1727 to 1730, Johann Sebastian Bach finished compiling a set of six organ sonatas that, records show, he intended as practice pieces for his oldest son, Wilhelm Friedemann Bach. It seems that the purpose was fulfilled; W.F. Bach got a prestigious appointment as organist of the Sophienkirche of Dresden, in 1733, and became widely known for his outstanding playing.

The pieces in the set are sometimes called trio sonatas because in texture they resemble works of that period made up of three independent musical lines; two in the treble function more or less as a duet and a third is in the pedal register of the organ.

Bach tended to follow the form of the Italian concerto, particularly examples of it by Vivaldi, in shaping these six sonatas. Whether or not it is true that Bach wrote them as teaching pieces for his son, the works are in fact excellent both as concert works and as practice pieces. They promote independence of the hands from each other and from the feet and are on the curriculum for every student organist. Often the texture evokes a flute and a violin, frequent choices for the top two instruments in trio sonatas of the time, plus a mellow bass line.

It is suspected by musical scholars that some of the movements of some of these six sonatas may have been originated considerably earlier, but there seems to be agreement that the sixth and final sonata was written specifically for this set.

Although originally created for organ, I adapted this work for woodwind trio (Flute, Oboe and Bassoon). The opening Vivace movement of this sonata number six (6), has a rapid unison figure for the melody lines that is quite reminiscent of Vivaldi.
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