Johann Sebastian Bach wrote his Cello Suite no. 1 around 1720, though the work was not published until 1825.
It is a work in seven movements, and the Prelude, mainly consisting of arpeggiated chords, is probably the best known movement from the entire set of suites and is regularly heard on television, films and also a favorite for gigs and weddings.
My transcription respects (unusually) the original tonality.
Obviously I had to apply some adaptations and octave jumps, but the result is still quite faithful to the original.
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