Mike Marshall & Caterina Lichtenberg J.S. Bach Transcriptions
By Mandolin Cafe
July 31, 2015 - 10:00 am
Mike Marshall and Caterina Lichtenberg announce the publication of the full transcriptions from their recent J.S. Bach recording. One book is in standard notation, the other in tablature.
Mike Marshall and Caterina Lichtenberg have announced the publication of the full transcriptions of their recent J.S. Bach recording.
Two separate books include Bach's Two-Part Inventions, Organ Duets and Canons from The Art of the Fugue as presented on the recording.
Talking about the books with us, Mike Marshall told us, "Book One is a notation book divided into two parts: the first part of this book is arranged for Treble Clef for the mandolin (violin) and Bass Clef for the mandocello (cello). We included all of fingerings used on the recording.
"The second part of this book is arranged for two Treble Clef instruments: two mandolins (violins) or mandolin and octave mandolin or two guitars/flutes, or whatever.
"The second book is tablature, also divided into two parts: the first part is tablature for mandolin and mandocello, the second part is tablature for two mandolins or mandolin and octave mandolin."
- Mandolin & Mandocello - Music
- Two Mandolins - Music
- Mandolin & Mandocello - Tablature
- Two Mandolins - Tablature
Both books are available exclusively from Elderly Instruments.
The Fifteen Two-Part Inventions
Invention in C Major BWV 772
Invention in C minor BWV 773
Invention in D Major BWV 774
Invention in D minor BWV 775
Invention in Eb Major BWV 776
Invention in E Major BWV 777
Invention in E minor BWV 778
Invention in F Major BWV 779
Invention in F minor BWV 880
Invention in G Major BWV 881
Invention in G minor BWV 882
Invention in A Major BWV 883
Invention in A minor BWV 884
Invention in Bb Major BWV 885
Invention in B minor BWV 886
The Four Organ Duets
Duetto in E minor BWV 802
Duetto in F Major BWV 803
Duetto in G Major BWV 804
Duetto in A minor BWV 805
Three Canons from the Art of the Fugue
Canon at the Twelfth in Counterpoint at the Fifth
Canon in Augmentation and Contrary Motion
Canon at the Octave
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