Bach Concerto in D Minor

This Largo ma non tanto movement of the concerto was selected by Douglas Yeo and Gerry Pagano for their album Fratres. After hearing it prior to recording it, Michael suggested that it would benefit from some strings and a harpsichord sound from that period. Doug and Gerry agreed so Michael arranged the accompaniment. 

This arrangement download comes with the two bass trombone parts as well as those two parts up an octave for two tenor trombones if so desired. The accompanying audio track of the strings and harpsichord is included as well. 

Score, trombone parts & accompaniment track: $29.95

Here is recording of Isaac Stern and Itzhak Perlman performing the movement with the New York Philharmonic. Notice that they play it significantly slower, but the faster tempo makes it easier on the trombones.

Eleuthera
Bolero @ 90 bpm
Good Bye
Ethereal @ 90 bpm
Good Bye
Ethereal @ 90 bpm
Southside Strut
Funk @ 100 bpm
Southside Strut
Funk @ 100 bpm
Standing outside
Bossa @ 150 bpm
Standing outside
Bossa @ 150 bpm
Groovy Jazzy
Jazz funk @ 112 bpm
Groovy Jazzy
Jazz funk @ 112 bpm
Sound Refuge
Eclectic - no temp
Sound Refuge
Eclectic - no temp
Dreaming of Mars
Static harmony without a tempo
Dreaming of Mars
Static harmony without a tempo
Beat Sweeper
Jazz @ 180 bpm
Beat Sweeper
Jazz @ 180bpm
Cruisin'
Fast Americana @ 224 bpm
Cruisin'
Fast Americana @ 224 bpm
Contemplation
Smooth @ 120 bpm
Contemplation
Smooth @ 120 bpm

This is just a fake book example for the type of website I can build for you. Just trying to use a little humor here!