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Bach, J.S. - Come Savior of the Gentiles (BWV 659) - for Cello and Piano - arranged by Dishinger - Medici Music Press

Bach, J.S. - Come Savior of the Gentiles (BWV 659) - for Cello and Piano - arranged by Dishinger - Medici Music Press | 3502 166

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Come Savior of the Gentiles (BWV 659) by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
(Nun komm' der Heiden Heiland)
for Cello and Piano
Transcribed and Arranged by Ronald C. Dishinger
Published by Medici Music Press

This intermediate level arrangement by Ronald Dishinger of J.S. Bach's Come Savior of the Gentiles, BWV 659, is written for Cello with Piano accompaniment. It includes one copy of the cello part (on a single one-sided page), as well as the bound piano score booklet. Despite some 32nd notes, it is an arrangement that is great for intermediate student recitals, solo and ensemble competitions, or church and worship settings. It is also available in several other instrumentation arrangements.

Difficulty: A3 (Intermediate)

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Title: Come Savior of the Gentiles (BWV 659)
Composer: Johann S. Bach
Arranger: Ronald C Dishinger
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Publisher: Medici Music Press
Instrumentation: Cello with Piano
Parts Included: Cello Part, Piano Accompaniment Score
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