Please help - Bach or contemporary recognition

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Please help - Bach or contemporary recognition

This is a left field enquiry, I know, but we are putting together a soundscape for a theatre show, and have been driven almost mad by our failure to identify a piece of classical music used in the 1968 film Interlude. I think it may be by Bach or a contemporary, but am unable to substantiate this.

 

The piece begins at 4mins 20secs in the following clip:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T71mwOxMigI

 

If anyone has an idea, please let me know!


Max


Interlude music

Georges Delerue wrote the music used in the film.  I'm assuming the part you are interested in was composed by him.

Bliss
Bliss wrote:

Bliss wrote:

Georges Delerue wrote the music used in the film.  I'm assuming the part you are interested in was composed by him.

Yes, my feeling was that it was a "pastiche", rather than an original baroque piece. But who knows?  

It sounds to me like a

It sounds to me like a freeish paraphrase of the Air from Bach's 3rd orchestral suite.

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