Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750
- Existence: 1685-03-21 - 1750-07-28
- Eisenach (Germany) (Place of Birth)
- Leipzig (Germany) (Place of Death)
- Germany (Associated Country)
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
All Breathing Life, Sing and Praise Ye the Lord, 1931
Finale from the Motet "Sing ye to the Lord" For Four-Part Chorus of Mixed Voices Markings in pencil throughout the score
From the Motet VI: Praise Ye the Nations Continuo Realization by Fritz Oberdoerffer SATB a cappella (Organ or Piano ad lib.)
Ave Maria, 2001
For SATB Voices and Harp or Piano with String Quartet and Organ. Bach/Gounod, Arranged by Richard Proulx. Choral Score: G-5416. Full Score: G-5416FS. Instrumental Parts: G-5416INST. 35 instrumental parts, 5 of each: Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Cello, Bass, Harp, and Organ. Recorded on "Catholic Latin Classics," CS-486/CS-486. Includes correspondence between Proulx and GIA.
Ave Maria, 2005
Ave Maria. Bach/Gounod. For Solo Instrument, Harp (or Piano) and Organ (optional). Arr. by Richard Proulx. 5 sets of 4 parts: C or B-flat Instrument, Cello, Horn in F, and Organ.
Cantata 118 O Jesu Christ, mein's Lebens Licht OVERSIZE. Folder contains various published editions of Bach cantata, and manuscript scores (presumably arranged and/or transcribed by Proulx) for instrumental parts of Horn I, and II in F; Trombone I, II and
Cantata No. 50 : Nun ist das heil und die kraft
Cantata No. 50 (Nun ist das heil und die kraft) OVERSIZE. Folder contains various published editions of Bach cantata, and manuscript scores (presumably by Proulx) for instrumental parts of Trombone I, II, and III; and Horn I, II, and III in F.
Ein' feste burg=a mighty fortress is our God
Ein' feste burg=a mighty fortress is our God / J.S. Bach ; Richard Proulx. In this arrangement of Bach's "Ein' Feste Burg," Proulx has added rhythm and melodic passing and neighbor tones to the traditional hymn. Proulx made several versions of the arrange
Kantate Nr. 172: am ersten Pfingstfesttag, "Erschallet, ihr Lieder"
Folder with published scores of Bach's Cantata No. 172, and manuscript scores (presumed by Proulx) for organ, trombone, horn and tuba.
Kantate : NR.172
Kantate : NR.172 / J.S. Bach ; Richard Proulx. Alternate title: "Erschallet, ihr Lieder." OVERSIZE. Here we see a classic example of Proulx taking a substantial classical work and arranging instrumental parts for his own needs. Proulx has arranged organ,
Lenten concert - 1973, 1973
Title from container side excerpt. Contents as transcribed from back of container: Lenten concert : St. Thomas Choir & Orch. 13 April, 1973 Side 1: Albinoni Adagio (Kathy Hayes, organ) Bach Cantata 78 (Bill Copeland, continuo) taken out for record pressin