A Saxy AirBach's famous "Air On A G String" in an arrangement for classical saxophone quartet (soprano, alto, tenor and bari sax) with a jazzy surprise towards the end.
After BachSteady, flowing Baroque cello solo with unusual time signature. Tender, melancholic and lonely.
Chorale FantasiaA piece in the style of J. S. Bach for baroque orchestra and SATB choir with a boys choir singing the chorale. Reminiscent of the beginning of his Matthew Passion or his Mass in B Minor.
EpitaphA lush, sentimental violin piece with a touch of grandeur. Baroque and Classical feel. Gentle strings join at 0:50.
Mr DarcyPatriotic, majestic English baroque classical music, evocative of British pride, stately homes, or royal occasion. String quartet accompanied by harpsichord and brass fanfares.
Keywords: J S Bach
Sunday EucharistA typical SATB (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) choral track in the style of J. S. Bach. Begins with a cappella, then brass section, and finally choir and organ with a very smooth ending.