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Bach-G. Goebel
Arrangements/Transcriptions of Bach's Works & Bach-inspired Works by Gerhard Goebel

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Gerhard Goebel - Short Biography

 

Works

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No.

Year

Flute

   

Latin meets classic, quintet for flutes (incorporating the BACH motif)
I. Mambo und Tango
II. Menuet
III. Samba
Instrumentation: 5 flutes
[Frankfurt: Zimmermann, 2001]

 

2001

The title "Latin meets classic" describes the basic idea behind this quintet: the composer tried to make his favorite Latin American rhythms from the 20th century meet with European rhythms from the baroque and rococo periods. For example, in the first movement a BACH motif 'winds its way' into the tango part, and the second movement is a classical minuet from the Mozart era, which is then recalled towards the end on the third movement (samba). All three movements are based on the same plain chord sequences.
Source:
Sheet Music Plus

   
     

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Prepared by Aryeh Oron (May 2013)

Gerhard Goebel: Short Biography | Arrangements/Transcriptions: Works | Recordings


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