Baroque features from Bach Brandenburg Concerto in F 1st movement

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Use of continuo
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Concerino/ripieno contrast
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High trumpet register
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Diatonic harmony
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Ornamentation
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Ritornello form
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Use of related keys
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Terraced dynamics
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Use of cantus firmus
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Circle of fifths
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Use of suspension
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Use of polyphony
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Use of imitation
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Use of sequence
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Use of cembalo
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Use of violone
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Bach was a Baroque composer
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Composed during Baroque time - around 1719
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