Frank Marvin : The Blue Yodel
Carson Robison : Texas Dan
Ranch Boys: Cowboy's Lament Mark Williams : Roll out, cowboys Tex Ritter: Rye Whisky (Autry) Frank Luther : Strawberry Roan
(Howard, Vincent, Fletcher)
Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conductor, B. Walton O'Donnell
In May, 1721, Bach sent the Margrave of Brandenburg a parcel of new compositions, with a courtly letter in French, and an autograph inscription, also in French : ' Six Concertos with various Instruments Dedicated To His Royal Highness Christian Ludwig , Margrave of Brandenburg, etc., etc. by His very humble and very obedient servant, John Sebastian Bach , Master of the Chapel of H.S.H. the reigning prince of. Anhalt-Cothen.'
The No. 3 in G major is the most true to the form of the concerto grosso, for while there is no actual solo part, there is a clear contrast between the passages intended for tutti and those for the solo group. The work is written in nine parts and the concerto effect is gained by the grouping of the instruments. There are two movements connected by a short link that takes the place of the customary slow second movement.
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