Need Help Finding a piece from Graupner

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Need Help Finding a piece from Graupner

Post by afbla » Thu May 25, 2006 9:50 pm

Hi, i'm looking for piece by Christoph Graupner entitled Introduction And Allegro(or as i recently found out Intrada ). Does anyone have pdf or the midi of the orginal? I'm not sure if this piece is arranged into movements,but i'm looking for this part(http://jwpepper.com/ram/2407294.ram). Thank You.


P.S. Im new to this forum so i'm not sure if you have any rules against requests, so sorry if this against the rules.

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Post by Corlyss_D » Fri May 26, 2006 12:45 am

Hey, Af. Welcome to the board. No, we don't have a rule against such questions. Running these things down forms a very diverting pastime for our more experienced members.

On a hunch, I word-searched on the arranger's name, which was scrolling across the player as I listened to your clip. Ben Clinesmith is the Lower School Asst. Academic Dean and Teacher of Strings at Calhoun School in NYC. He can be reached at ben.clinesmith@calhoun.org. I suggest you contact him directly. If anyone would know the information you want, he would. I'm betting it was originally a harpsichord composition. Sheet music of Clinesmith's arrangement can be obtained from http://www.southernmusic.com/archives/orch9812.htm.
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Post by Ralph » Fri May 26, 2006 7:29 am

Interesting query and WELCOME! Stick around and join our colloquoy.
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Post by jbuck919 » Fri May 26, 2006 11:17 am

I'm afraid I can't help you more than Corlyss already has, but it is a nice piece, nicely performed. Welcome to the board.

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