Here's a rendition of the first movement of the Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, as requested by Chad Hagan.
The Fifth Brandenburg Concerto is perhaps the most sophisticated of the six, and it's also noted for probably being the first concerto ever composed with a keyboard as a solo (protagonist) instrument. In fact, it could almost be called a Harpsichord Concerto despite having two other soloists, a flute and violin, due to how prominent it is compared to them.
This is made obvious by the spectacular cadenza for keyboard alone (6:19
) that is heard before this movement's end, perhaps the most extraordinary and memorable aspect of this concerto... in fact, this cadenza is so large that it amounts to almost a third of the whole movement.
Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major, BWV 1050
Movement I. Allegro
Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Soundfont: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Movement 2: http://gamefun8.com/game-video_gycfQm...
Movement 3: http://gamefun8.com/game-video_gn_rtf...
Pokémon DPP version: http://gamefun8.com/game-video_gZhfTw...
Pokémon RSE version: http://gamefun8.com/game-video_g7gMii...Channel: Classical Entertainment System