The Cantate "Am Abend aber desselbigen Sabbats" has 7 movements and startswith an instrumental piece: Sinfonia.This written for strings, 2 oboes, 1 bassoon, double base, organ and continuo.There are two arrangements: one for accordion sextet, in which some of the "instruments" jump between parts so as to fit everything in, and another version for accordion orchestra, which is a straightforward transcription of the original parts, with just the continuo part made up from scratch. This piece is not very difficult (especially not the orchestra version).Professor P recorded thesextet version.Download:sextet parts,sextet score,sextet Musescore 3 source,orchestra parts,orchestra score,orchestra Musescore 3 source.
BWV 1060 is a concerto for 2 harpsichords (and strings) and has been reworked into BWV 1060R for Oboe and Violin, which turned out to be much more popular.I made an arrangement of 1060R where I made it richer not just be adding thecontinuo part but also by inserting bits from 1060 that were removed in 1060R.The three parts (allegro, adagio, allegro) are placed in separate filesas I expect most ensembles to select just one of the three movements.(The second movement is not too difficult, the first and third are quite challenging.)Professor P illustrates thisarrangement by means of all three movements:mov. 1,mov. 2and a mov. 3.Download:1: Allegro, parts,1: Allegro, score,1: Allegro, MuseScore,2: Adagio, parts,2: Adagio, score,2: Adagio, MuseScore,3: Allegro, parts,3: Allegro, score,3: Allegro, MuseScore. 2b1af7f3a8