Bach - Prelude in E-flat Major "St. Anne" for 8-part Trombone Choir
The Prelude in E-flat, subtitled “St. Anne” gets its nickname from the similarity of its fugue theme and a hymn tune by William Croft, however, scholars feel there is no realistic connection, as Croft’s work was only known in the British Isles.
Originally written for Organ in 1736, this great music is the crowning achievement of a large volume of works for that instrument. Mr. Sauer’s 11-minute arrangement of this monumental Bach Prelude is brilliantly worked out to the last detail for an 8-part Trombone choir (separate tenor & alto clef parts are included for Trombone 1) of advanced performers.
The YouTube link below has been beautifully recorded by Trombonist Timothy Dowling.Free pdf Sample