Score for 2020 Youth Project: Concert pieces for brass trio and brass quartet

Settings for brass ensemble by Rudolf Lutz for the 2020 Appenzeller Bachtage festival

Sharing the genius of J. S. Bach with future generations – one of our declared goals as set out in our foundation statutes. Proceeds from sales of the score are donated to our youth fund.

Works

  • Aus der Tiefe (Händel Orgelkonzert d-moll) Nun komm der Heiden Heiland
  • Beresina
  • Es erhub sich ein Streit
  • Konrad’s Favorites
  • Schafe können sicher weiden
  • “Orgelkonzert”
  • “Dukaten-Suite”
  • “Eroica” (aus Ludwig van Beethoven 3. Sinfonie)
  • Aus tiefer Not
  • Nichts Gesundes – Philosophisches Kabinett (BWV 25, BWV 1004, BWV 1005)
  • Choralsingen in der Früh, Choral I, Lass dein Engel mit mir fahren (BWV 19)
  • Cembalo Concerto, Fughetta
  • Jugendprojekt
  • Schlussquartett “Engel – Jauchzet”
  • Nun danket alle Gott (Choral für acht Blechbläser und Orgel)

The scores are delivered in digital format. After placing your order, you will receive a link to download the files.

Documentary film on our “Youth for Bach” project

«8000 metres Bach – young musicians climb the musical Himalayas»

From the very outset, our youth project for 2020 was buffeted by headwinds. First the pandemic lockdown made rehearsals impossible, then the Appenzeller Bachtage – the festival for which the brass suite was especially composed – was cancelled. And we had to concede that recording a CD without a festival audience was not the aim of the project.

So we developed a new aim: under the motto of “music is a journey, not a destination”, we set out with our young musicians to explore the difficulties and rewards of playing the spectacular music of Johann Sebastian Bach. With our film release – a portrait of our time together on a common journey – we reached our first summit. The achievement has brought great pleasure to us all.

To the film

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Information on the publication

Item number
262

Herausgeber
J.S. Bach-Stiftung

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