John Imholz | Violin Partita No. 3 in E Major, BWV 1006: III. Gavotte (Arr. for Strings, Mandolins, Banjo and Mandocello)

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Violin Partita No. 3 in E Major, BWV 1006: III. Gavotte (Arr. for Strings, Mandolins, Banjo and Mandocello)

by John Imholz

The surviving manuscript for the Gavotte was made by Bach in 1720 in Cöthen, Germany. Sergey Rachmaninov reworked the original solo violin part for piano. This arrangement utilizes 2 violins, 2 mandolins, viola, banjo, violoncello and mandocello.
Genre: Classical: Chamber Music
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An earlier version of this arrangement was recorded for in the early 1990s by the Modern Mandolin Quartet (of which I was a member at the time, playing mandocello), and the Turtle Island String Quartet. The MMQ / TISQ version was an arranging collaboration between me and Paul Binkley (mandola player for the MMQ). I reworked the arrangement and rerecorded it in Oakland, California in 2019.

The musicians are:

Nadya Tichman - Violin I
Polina Sedukh - Violin II
Emily Onderdonk - Viola
Miriam Perkoff - Violoncello
John Imholz - Mandolins, banjo, and mandocello

Mastering: John Cuniberti

Artwork: Marienplatz - 17 April 2019, by Fanya Sandrine Imholz

This is how the instruments appear in the panorama. I used this particular layout to bring out the passing around of melodies and phrases between the instruments.

Mandolin I - Violin I - Mandolin II - Violin II - Violoncello - Mandocello - Viola - Banjo






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