hello all. recently while i wwas listening to piano concerto in f minor - largo by js bach, i was reminded of another song i used to listen to while stargazing as a child. i remember it very clearly, but i don't recall the composer or the name of the song. (although i'm pretty sure it was bach)
the tune is VERY similar to the largo section of piano concerto in f minor by js bach, but i remember that the melody was carried by an oboe. almost leading me to believe that it is the same song without all the little trills and embellishments in the piano version and played by an oboe. the song i'm thinking of even has the same plucked strings on beats 2 and 3 as in the piano concerto. the song starts out immediately with the oboe playing a long note maybe a half or whole note.
in this particular recording i'm thinking of you could even hear the clicking of the keys and a little bit of the player's breathing. and i recall that there is a slow guitar song on the same CD (even though there may be thousands of recordings with this oboe song and not the guitar song) but perhaps atleast one of you may have heard this album? or even know which song i'm talking about? i'm pretty sure it was a bach compilation CD since who else prolific composed music for both oboe and guitar? any help would be much appreciated! thanks in advance!
i have included a clip of the piano concerto for reference
the part of the tune that reminded me is heard at 9.5 to 12 seconds. and again in the octave? jump at 17-22seconds. also it ends in the same style as at 1:33-1:47