QUOTE(andante_in_c @ May 3 2012, 07:44 PM)
Thank you - that's exactly what I was looking for, and failing to find!
QUOTE(andante_in_c @ May 3 2012, 08:15 PM)
QUOTE(fsharpminor @ May 3 2012, 08:10 PM)
I have played the Siciliano by Bach with flute and organ accompaniment, its from one of the flute suites/sonatas. Dont have it in front of me just now but its in G Minor. It works very well, I also have an organ only arrangement which I sometimes play in church.
It's the one from the E flat major sonata, a mainstay of the Grade 4 syllabus.
I can sense a Bach phase coming on.......
QUOTE(JudithJ @ May 3 2012, 08:37 PM)
QUOTE(Misterioso @ Mar 18 2012, 06:26 PM)
QUOTE(andante_in_c @ Mar 17 2012, 01:50 PM)
Some Baroque slow movements work well and are suited to organ accompaniment. However you'll need to check that they finish with a perfect cadence as some expect an attacca to the following fast movement.
Hmmm, that's the problem with quite a few that I had earmarked as possibilities. ...
If they are otherwise suitable, would it be very
naughty to change the cadence?
I had wondered about that too! Possibly not - or at least probably not for this particular congregation, who are unlikely to have the foggiest about what I am playing in any case.