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Keyboard Music from the Andreas Bach Book and the Möller Manuscript (Harvard Publications in Music) ePub download

by Robert Hill,Christoph Wolff

  • Author: Robert Hill,Christoph Wolff
  • ISBN: 0674588940
  • ISBN13: 978-0674588943
  • ePub: 1967 kb | FB2: 1106 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Music
  • Publisher: Harvard University Department of Music (December 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 258
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Keyboard Music from the Andreas Bach Book and the Möller Manuscript (Harvard Publications in Music) ePub download

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This anthology presents keyboard works by the young J. S. Bach which are either little known or are earlier . Harvard Publications in Music 16. Bach which are either little known or are earlier versions of better known works (for example, the Passacaglia in C Minor, BWV 582). Rounding out the picture are works by well-known contemporaries for which the transmission in the young Bach's circle proves particularly significant. Keyboard Music from the Andreas Bach Book and the Möller Manuscript.

Harvard publications in music ; 16. General Note: Organ and harpsichord works by . Hill, Robert, 1953-. Personal Name: Bach, Johann Andreas, 1713-1779. Personal Name: Bach, Johann Christoph, 1671-1721. Bach and other composers, from manuscripts compiled by Johann Christoph Bach of Ohrdruf. Personal Name: Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750. Uniform Title: Möllerische Handschrift. Uniform Title: Johann Andreas Bach Buch.

and Bach, Johann Andreas. Music, Online - Google Books. Harvard publications in music ; 16. Notes. Organ and harpsichord works by . Bach (principally) and other period composers. Australian/Harvard Citation. amp; Bach, Johann Andreas. Department of Music, Harvard University : Distributed by Harvard University Press, 1991 xlvii . 210 p. of music. Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-201).

This book presents arcane keyboard works by the young J. .Bach and earlier versions of his better known works

This book presents arcane keyboard works by the young J.Bach and earlier versions of his better known works.

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Foreword by, Christoph Wolff. This anthology of 55 keyboard keyboard works from the collections bompiled by . Harvard Publications In Music, #16. Published by Harvard University Pres. Bach's eldest brother provides an instructuve view of Bach's early music. Harvard Publications In Music, Select a Product.

Hill R. Keyboard Music from the Andreas Bach Book and the M?ller Manuscript, foreword by Ch. Tatlow R. Bach and the Riddle of the Number Alphabet. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991

Hill R. Keyboard Music from the Andreas Bach Book and the M?ller Manuscript, foreword by Chr. Wolff. Harvard University Press, 1991. 258 r. Kerman J. The Art of Fugue. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991.

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Silbiber, "Bach and the Chaconne" '7 On the dating of these manuscripts, as well as for a complete inventory, see the Musicfrom the AndreasBach Book and the M6ller Introduction to Robert Hill, e. Keyboard Manuscript,Harvard Publications in Music 16 (Cambridge, MA, 1991), xxii-xxiii. 18 This arrangement is not related to the one in Jean Henri D'Anglebert's Pikces de clavecin(Paris, 1689).

This anthology of 55 keyboard works provides an instructive picture of the music of the young J. S. Bach within the context of a spectrum of works by his elder contemporaries.

The Andreas Bach Book and the so--called Moller Manuscript, the most important sources for the young Bach's keyboard music, were compiled in the early eighteenth century by Bach's eldest brother and only keyboard teacher, Johann Christoph Bach of Ohrdruf, himself a pupil of Johann Pachelbel. The significance of the two manuscripts lies not only in their close connection to J. S. Bach (as evidenced by Bach autographs in both books), but equally in the fact that they contain some of the most outstanding keyboard music by Bach's North German colleagues: Georg Böhm, Dietrich Buxtehude, and Johann Adam Reincken. While some of these compositions have been published in modern editions, others have been entirely overlooked.

This anthology presents keyboard works by the young J. S. Bach which are either little known or are earlier versions of better known works (for example, the Passacaglia in C Minor, BWV 582). Also included are all the unpublished keyboard works in the two manuscripts, as well as works by lesser known composers for which modern editions are not easily accessible. Rounding out the picture are works by well--known contemporaries for which the transmission in the young Bach's circle proves particularly significant.

Intended for both player and scholar, this edition offers the texts of the two manuscripts in an easy to read layout that emphasizes the clarity of the counterpoint. Of particular interest to organists is the presentation of the organ works in the appropriate notion of the time, on two staves with the pedal voice integrated in the bass staff.