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BACH - Brandenburg Concerto 3 - One Man Cello Orchestra

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Published on Aug 3, 2016

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J.S. BACH - Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, for 10 Cellos
Duration: 12 mins 15 secs
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Recording engineer: Jesús Los Arcos (Navarre, Spain)

Originally arranged when Johnstone was a student at the Royal Academy of Music, London, and revised in 2008. This version is for TEN Cellos, and each part is here performed by DAVID JOHNSTONE and each part then laid alongside each other - hence a “One Man Cello Orchestra”

A future Video production will be incorporated …

Ideal repertoire and a novelty item for cello courses of advanced level cello students, for music college ensembles, and for cello sections of professional symphony orchestras.
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His successful web page johnstone-music has hundreds of his arrangements in downloads, especially for cellists. This activity has led to with special collaborations as composer-arranger-performer, such as with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Orquesta Sinfónica de Euskadi, Orquesta Sinfónica de Venezuela, Orchestre Nouvelle Generation de Montreal, the Gulbenkian Orchestra (Lisbon), Orchestra da Camera del Locarnese (Suiza), The Zagreb Soloists, the Saint Petersburg Musical Theatre "Zazerkalye" Chamber Orchestra, the Wroclaw Chamber Orchestra Leopoldinum (Poland), Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra (New Zealand), Camerata Cambrensis (Basque country), Essener Philharmoniker (Germany), Ensemble Metamorphosis of Belgrade (Serbia), with Ara Malikian and the Non Profit Music Chamber Orchestra (Madrid), and a long etc. Currently, many courses, conservatoires and music schools, university String departments etc. use his repertoire; in fact, there are dozens of his arrangements on ‘You Tube’ …

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