I need your assistance. One of Bach's compositions was a piece for a string quartet, I think. IIRC, it's in a major mode (key of F major, perhaps?) and it's probably in 3/4 time. Of course it's impossible to simulate any of the tones but the melody seemed to go something like;
Hmm-hmm-hmm, hum hum; hmm-hmm-hmm, hum hum and then it went into a series of, for lack of a better term, up and down notes.
I know it is NOT "Air on a G string", which is a hauntingly beautiful piece; definitely not Toccata and Fugue in D minor (it's for organ, anyway) and I don't think it's any of the Brandenburg concertos.
So I'm stumped. If any of you have good, serious, suggestions, I'd be most grateful. After all, Bach's music is among the best ever made and I sure would like to enjoy more of it!
TIA for your answers.