Bach's Brandenburg Concertos were forgotten in a private library until 1849, but since their publication then they've been among Bach's most renown works. The fifth Brandenburg Concerto in particular is one of the more popular of the six concertos. It features notable flute and harpsichord (or piano) solos, and in particular the harpsichord cadenza in the first movement is often credited with giving rise to the solo piano concerto.
Viola Part. Published by C.F. Peters.
Difficulty: Apprentice Rating 4
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