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Re: Brandenburg 6

Ken, I too have used Partifi on a few occasions -- a most useful tool. I recommend you follow Ruth Selb's advice and watch the videos first. Hope it goes well
Joan Boorstein
Apr 13
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3560

Re: Brandenburg 6

Re: combining parts in Partifi, it can be done. You'll need to separate into 6 parts first, and then group the two together that you want. In Step 3 (after
Ruth Seib
Apr 12
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3559

Re: Brandenburg 6

... Thanks, Wendy--and all who have made suggestions and offered parts. I've been meaning to give Partifi a go for some time, and this will be a good way to
exornata
Apr 11
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3558

Re: Brandenburg 6

If you haven't done so, take a look at Partifi on line. It is the modern way to cut and paste. Personally, I find the parts come out a bit smaller than I
Gillespie, Wendy
Apr 10
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3557

Re: Brandenburg 6

Martha Bishop’s Bach excerpt book has the parts in alto clef. It’s not an expensive book and has all the bach gamba parts. Neil From:
Neil
Apr 9
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3556

Re: Brandenburg 6

You can always find the complete score as a photographic facsimile on IMSLP. It’s quite readable, and you could do that same cutting and pasting job as
David Rastall
Apr 9
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3555

Brandenburg 6

Does anybody happen to have Brandenburg 6 gamba parts in alto clef? Actually, what I'm looking for is an abbreviated score with just the 2 gamba parts (in
exornata
Apr 9
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3554

Re: Schenck - Echo di Danube

I just noticed that in the fifth (unaccompanied) sonata, the Roger and the Gallica versions have different Adagios. Can anyone explain this? Neil From:
Neil
Mar 11
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3553

Re: Flat frets?

... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IHMnknSHAU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IHMnknSHAU ... When I look at the video, I see only regular, double-strand
exornata
Mar 11
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Flat frets?

Hello everyone: I've been watching a Youtube video of Jordi Savall playing a seven string bass : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IHMnknSHAU
roberthillier
Mar 11
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3551

Re: Digest Number 1307

A new edition of Shenck's "Il Gardino Armonico" can be bought from me. Full bound score, and parts are $100 for the entire collection. I don't have a copy of
phapha607
Mar 7
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3550

Re: Schenck - Echo di Danube

Thanks to you all! But I was actually searching for this printed version by Minkoff or something similar! (I was borrowing it from someone and the copy shop
Susanne Herre
Mar 7
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Re: Schenck - Echo di Danube

... The manuscript in the Austrian National Libray, probably an original by Johann Schenck, likely made in Vienna during his visit to the court, contains
Jose Vazquez
Mar 6
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Re: Schenck - Echo di Danube

For ease of reading, I’ve made an edition of Sonata V that I’m happy to share. If you folks would read through it and let me know if there are mistakes,
    Neil
    Mar 6
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    Re: Schenck - Echo di Danube

    Doesn't it always work this way? The link for the Roger version was left off (although the link to the page on IMSLP where it is linked was included, so it
    William Brohinsky
    Mar 6
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