Finale​-​Allegro (After Bach's BWV1050)

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11. Finale-Allegro: Based on the First Movement of Brandenburg Concerto No. 5. The introduction is newly composed using synced arpeggiations.
The main theme is now accompanied by Electric 12 string guitar, drums and electric bass. Of particular note is the addition of Organ for some of the continuo counterpoint.
The Cadenza is recast as a Ztar finale, and orchestrated with various synthesizers in addition to the traditional Harpsichord. The end of the Cadenza, is now, orchestrated
and leads into the Coda recapitulation of the main theme.

Finale - Allegro Brandenburg 5 Instrumentation:
Ztar Moog Modular Ld, Ztar Saw Ld, 3 Violins (Principale), 3 Violins II, 3 Violas, 3 Celli, 2 Double Basses, 2 Flutes, 2 Harpsichords, 1 Hammond Organ,
1 Elelctric Lead Guitar, 2 Acoustic Guitars, 2 Electric 12-String Guitars, 2 Arpeggiator Synthesizers, 2 Saw Pulse Synthesizers, Moog Bass, Electric Bass Guitar,
Mellotron Stab Strings, Drums, Shaker, Cowbell, Reverse Drums

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from Suite for Ztar and Orchestra in G Minor Op​.​1 No​.​1, released August 6, 2013
Produced by Les Fradkin and Loretta Fradkin
Composed by Les Fradkin and Johann Sebastian Bach
©2013 RRO Entertainment OBO Fradkin 2000 Music

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Les Fradkin Parker, Colorado

Les Fradkin is a 21st Century New Media Artist and Composer / Innovator on the Starr Labs Ztar and a virtuoso MIDI Guitarist. A brand new playing Technique meets 21st Century electronics in a Classical Crossover Symphonic Rock format for One Man Orchestra from the Pioneer of MIDI Guitar. ... more

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