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Taking Ekseption to Bach

Ekseption was best known for their creative rock arrangements of classical music, and this is one of their best known pieces. Maybe if old JS had access to a saxophone he would have done it this way too. Or not. Whatever, it's still a fun example of Bach Rock.

by Jon Davis, Published 2016-02-04

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