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“St Anne” Fugue in E-flat BWV 552 for quintet of clarinets (or choir), J.S. Bach arr. Richard Alder

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Johann Sebastian Bach’s five-voice triple fugue in E♭ major from BWV 552 became known as the “St. Anne” fugue due to its similarity to the hymn of the same name by William Croft. It is presented here for five clarinets. If an alto clarinet or basset horn is not available, a fourth B-flat clarinet part has also been included. The bass clarinet uses the extended low C range in the end section, but an 8va ossia is provided if an instrument with this range is not available. The arrangement can also be played as a larger clarinet ensemble or choir with the additional contra-alto and contrabass clarinet parts. Extended ranges are not necessary for the contra clarinets.

Instrumentation:
B-flat clarinet 1
B-flat clarinet 2
B-flat clarinet 3
Alto clarinet/Basset Horn/B-flat clarinet 4
Bass clarinet

opt.
E-flat contra-alto clarinet
B-flat contrabass clarinet

Length: 6-8 minutes
Difficulty: Intermediate.

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Genre

Baroque Period, Classical Period, Hymns, Medieval and Renaissance, Wedding

Level of Difficulty

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Recording

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