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Bach , J. Trascritti dall' organo per orchestra, Universal Edition, Bach: Chorale Preludes, R. Roe, Bach: Oh, How Fleeting, J. Fischer and Bro. Bach, Editio Musica Budapest, A mood of ecstasy permeates this chorale prelude, a funeral hymn reflecting the theme of heavenly joy. The simple Schweitzer b describes its use by Bach as a motif of "beatific peace", commenting that "the melody of the hymn that speaks of the inevitability of death is thus enveloped in a motif that is lit up by the coming glory.

Below are the first and last two verses of the funeral hymn of Johann Georg Albinus with the English translation of Catherine Winkworth. The cantus firmus of this ornamental chorale prelude was written by Louis Bourgeois in The accompaniment in the two middle voices, often in parallel sixths, and the pedal is derived from the first four notes of the melody. The highly ornate ornamentation is rare amongst Bach's chorale preludes, the only comparable example being BWV from the Great Eighteen. The vocal ornamentation and portamento appoggiaturas of the melody are French in style.

Coloratura passages lead into the unadorned notes of the cantus firmus.

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Williams describes this musical device, used also in BWV and BWV , as a means of conveying "a particular kind of touching, inexpressible expressiveness. Below are the first two verses of the hymn of Paul Eber with the English translation of Catherine Winkworth. Below is the first verse of the hymn of Adam Reissner with the English translation of Catherine Winkworth. Pure in style, this ornamental chorale prelude has been described as "a supplication in time of despair. The ornamented melody in crotchets quarter notes sings in the soprano above a flowing legato semiquaver 16th note accompaniment and gently pulsating repeated quavers eighth notes in the pedal continuo.

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Such viol-like semiquaver figures in the middle voice already appeared as "imitatio violistica" in the Tabalutara nova of Samuel Scheidt. Below are the first and seventh verses of the hymn of Lazarus Spengler with an English translation by John Christian Jacobi. Below are the first and last two verses of the Lutheran catechism hymn of the George MacDonald.

Below is the first verse of Tobias Clausnitzer's hymn with the English translation of Catherine Winkworth. Below is the text of the three verses of the Easter hymn " Christ ist erstanden " with the English translation of Myles Coverdale. Below is the text of the hymn with the English translation of Benjamin Hall Kennedy. It has been taken by some commentators as a musical allusion to the words kreuze lange in the text: for Spitta the passage was "full of imagination and powerful feeling. The cantus firmus , composed in by Matthias Greitter and associated with Whitsuntide , was also later used with the same words for the closing chorale of the first part of the St Matthew Passion , taken from the version of the St John Passion.

Bach ornamented the simple melody, in twelve phrases reflecting the twelve lines of the opening verse, with an elaborate coloratura. It recalls but also goes beyond the ornamental chorale preludes of Buxtehude. The ornamentation, although employing coventional musical figures, is highly original and inventive. While the melody in the upper voice is hidden by coloratura over a wide range, the two inner voices are simple and imitative above the continuo-style bass.

Bach varies the texture and colouring of the accompaniment for each line of what is one of the longest melodies in the collection. Below is the text of the first and last verses of the Passiontide hymn with the English translation of Charles Sanford Terry. Below is the text of the first and last verse of the Passiontide hymn with the English translation of John Christian Jacobi.

Below is the first verse and refrain of the third verse of this version of the Agnus Dei with the English translation of Charles Sanford Terry. Below is the first verse and refrain of the third verse of this version of the Agnus Dei with the English translation of Catherine Winkworth. Below are the first and last verses of Tobias Kiel's hymn with the English translation of Catherine Winkworth. Below is the first verse of Martin Luther's version of the Nunc dimittis with the English translation of Catherine Winkworth. Lindemann wrote the text in , and Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi supplied the melody in Below is the first verse of this hymn of Johann Lindemann with the English translation by Catherine Winkworth.

Below are the first and third verses of this hymn of Johannes Steurlein with the translation of Catherine Winkworth. Below are the first and third verses of the hymn of Caspar Fuger with the English translation of Catherine Winkworth. Below is the first verse of Martin Luther's hymn " Christum wir sollen loben schon " with the English translation of Charles Kinchen. Below are the first two verses of Johann Frank's hymn with the English translation by Catherine Winkworth.

Below are the first and last verses of Nikolaus Herman 's Christmas hymn with the English translation by Arthur Russell. Below are the first and fourth verses of Martin Luther's Christmas hymn with the English translation of Catherine Winkworth. Below are the first, second and last verses of the Christmas hymn by Martin Luther with the English translation of Catherine Winkworth. Below is the first verse of Martin Luther's version " Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ " of the traditional Christmas hymn Gratis nunc omnes reddamus , with the English translation of Myles Coverdale.

The cantus firmus for this chorale prelude originates in the Gregorian chant Conditor alme siderum. The accompaniment is composed of two motifs, both suspirans : one in the inner parts contains a joy motif; and the other, shared between all three lower parts, is formed of three semiquavers 16th notes and a longer note or just four semiquavers. In the pedal part this prominent descending motif has been taken to symbolise the "coming down of divine Majesty.

Albert Riemenschneider described the lower voices as creating "an atmosphere of dignified praise. Below are the first two verses of Michael Weisse's advent hymn with the English translation of John Gambold. According to the chronology of Stinson , this chorale prelude was probably the first to be entered by Bach in the autograph manuscript. Bach, however, goes beyond the previous models, creating a unique texture in the accompaniment which accelerates, particularly in the pedal, towards the cadences.

Already in the opening bar, as Williams points out, the subtlety of Bach's compositional skills are apparent. The alto part anticipates the pedal motif and, with it and the later dotted figure, echos the melody in the soprano. The same melody was used in the postprandial grace Herr Gott, nun sei gepreiset , the first verse of which is given below with the English translation of Charles Sanford Terry. This chorale prelude is a canon at the octave in the soprano and tenor voices, with the tenor entering one bar after the soprano.

The stops for the canonic parts were explicitly marked by Bach in the autograph score, with the high tenor part in the pedal, written at the pitch Bach intended and also within the compass of the Weimar organ. Bach left no indication that the manualiter parts were to be played on two keyboards: indeed, as Stinson points out, the autograph score brackets all the keyboard parts together; in addition technically at certain points the keyboard parts have to be shared between the two hands.

The accompaniment is a skillful and harmonious moto perpetuo in the alto and bass keyboard parts with flowing quavers eighth notes in the alto, derived from the first four quaver suspirans figure, played above a walking bass in detached crotchets quarter notes. The hymn was originally written in duple time but, to facilitate the canonic counterpoint, Bach adopted triple time with a minim beat, at half the speed of the bass. The bass accompaniment at first is derived directly from the melody; during the pauses in the soprano part, a second motif recurs.

The continuous accompaniment in quavers and crotchets is an example of the first of two types of joy motif described by Schweitzer b , used to convey "direct and naive joy. It is set to the same melody as Johann Roh's advent hymn Gottes Sohn ist kommen , the first verse of which is given here with the English translation of Catherine Winkworth. Below is the first of three verses of Johann Spannenberg's advent hymn with the translation in English of Charles Sanford Terry.

Although it has often been suggested that this opening advent chorale prelude resembles a French overture, in construction, with its texture of arpeggiated chords, it is more similar to the baroque keyboard preludes of German and French masters, such as Couperin. The accompanying motif in the lower three or sometimes four parts is derived from a suspirans in the melodic line, formed of a semiquaver 16th note rest—a "breath"—followed by three semiquavers and a longer fourth note.

Some commentators have seen this falling figure as representing a descent to earth, but it could equally well reflect a repetition of the words "Nun komm" in the text. The suspirans is made up of intervals of a rising second, a falling fourth following by yet another rising second. It is derived from the first line of the melody of the cantus firmus and often shared out freely between voices in the accompaniment.

The mystery of the coming of the Saviour is reflected by the somewhat hidden cantus firmus, over harmonies constantly reinventing themselves. It is less predictable and regular than other settings of the same hymn by Bach or predecessors like Buxtehude, only the second and third lines having any regularity.

The last line repeats the first but with the suspirans suppressed and the dotted rhythms of the bass replaced by a long pedal note, possibly reflecting the wonder described in the third and fourth lines of the first verse. Below is the first verse of Luther's advent hymn with the translation in English of George MacDonald. Funding for USA. Congress, E-Government Act of Crowd sourced content that is contributed to World Heritage Encyclopedia is peer reviewed and edited by our editorial staff to ensure quality scholarly research articles.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. My Dashboard Get Published. Sign in with your eLibrary Card close. Flag as Inappropriate. Email this Article. The court chapel at the Schloss in Weimar where Bach was court organist. The organ loft is visible at the top of the picture. Small organ in the Marienkirche in Halle which Bach played in in an audition for organist and subsequently evaluated in Martin Schongauer , Noli me tangere.

Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes , early 16C Flemish stained glass. Fall of Adam , 16C stained glass from Steinfeld Abbey. Supper at Emmaus , early 16C German stained glass. Pentecost , Wildunger Altarpiece , Konrad von Soest. Pentecost , early 17C stained glass from Wettingen Abbey in Switzerland. Christ with angels, early 16C stained glass from Steinfeld Abbey. Resurrection , Albrecht Altdorfer. Resurrection , Wildungen Altarpiece , Konrad von Soest. Entombment of Christ , early 16C stained glass from Steinfeld Abbey. Man of Sorrows , early 16C stained glass from Steinfeld Abbey.

Twelve scenes from the life of Christ, 15C painting from Cologne. The Crucifixion , early 16C stained glass. Ecce Homo , mid 16th century stained glass panel from Germany. Lamb of God , 14C altar painting from Prague. Hugo van der Goes , Death of the Virgin. Adoration of the Magi , early 16C stained glass from Steinfeld Abbey. Adoration of the Christ Child, early 16C Germany stained glass panel.

Adoration of the Magi , Wildungen altarpiece of Konrad von Soest. Adoration of the Shepherds , Hugo van der Goes. Last page of In dulci jubilo from autograph manuscript. First page of In dulci jubilo from autograph manuscript. Annunciation to the shepherds , 15C book of hours , Mainz. Three angels, early 16C stained glass from Germany. The Nativity, Albrecht Altdorfer. The Nativity, Wildungen altarpiece of Konrad von Soest. The Annunciation , early 16C German stained glass roundel.

All rights reserved. Flag as Inappropriate This article will be permanently flagged as inappropriate and made unaccessible to everyone. Email this Article Email Address:. World Heritage Encyclopedia. A further step towards perfecting this form was taken by Bach when he made the contrapuntal elements in his music a means of reflecting certain emotional aspects of the words.

Pachelbel had not attempted this; he lacked the fervid feeling which would have enabled him thus to enter into his subject. And it is entering into it, and not a mere depicting of it. For, once more be it said, in every vital movement of the world external to us we behold the image of a movement within us; and every such image must react upon us to produce the corresponding emotion in that inner world of feeling.

Here Bach has realised the ideal of the chorale prelude. The method is the most simple imaginable and at the same time the most perfect. Simply by the precision and the characteristic quality of each line of the contrapuntal motive he expresses all that has to be said, and so makes clear the relation of the music to the text whose title it bears. Johann Nepomuk Schelble , piano duet. Adolph Bernhard Marx , piano.

Ferruccio Busoni , piano. Max Reger , piano. Leopold Stokowski , orchestra. Arrangements of several of the chorale preludes for the Philadelphia Orchestra , — Walter Rummel , piano. Vittorio Gui , orchestra. Due corale di J. Johann Sebastian Bach: organ choral preludes arranged for strings, Patterson's Publications, William Murdoch , piano. Johann Sebastian Bach: organ choral preludes arranged for pianoforte, Schott , Marco Enrico Bossi , violin or viola and organ. Arthur Bliss , piano. Bach, Oxford University Press , Herbert Howells , piano. The spine along with the back cover shows signs of use but the music is completely intact with only a few annotations in the margins on several of the pieces.

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Publisher: H. Organ Music By J. Powered by The free listing Six Organ Chorals Schubler For Organ By Bach Edited by Albert Riemenschneider The Schubler collection contains arrangements of arias or duets with obbligato instrumental parts which had already appeared in his cantatas. Riemenschneider has provided several pages of information about the works.

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The titles are printed in German. There is also a 24 page preface by Albert Riemenschneider with an English translation. Herr BWV. Fantasias, choral preludes, trios, miscellaneous pieces. C major 2. D minor 3. E minor 4. F major 5. G minor 6. G minor 7. A minor 8. How empty!

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The son of God I will be happy to combine shipping for items purchased in. The editor. Karl Straube, has provided an extensive preface printed in English, German, French There is also a 24 page preface by Albert Riemenschneider. In addition to the music. There are several pages of information printed in English, French, German from the editor, Karl Straube. There is also a 24 page preface by Albert Riemenschneider. Organ Sheet Music Book J. IV Charles-Marie Wider. Albert Schweitzer. Organ works. Preluges and Fugues of true Mature Master-Period.


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Volume IV. Part 2. Light wear to cover. The first 6 pages have a crease in the lower corner. The pages are all clean. From a smoke-free home. Please check my feedback rating and bid with complete confidence. Thanks for looking and good luck bidding! Corrected, edited, annotated by Albert Riemenschneider Probably no music publication in existence today has enjoyed so long a period of continued popularity and usefulness as this book.

In the field of harmony. This collection has guided students and artists alike for over years. During that time it has undergone only slight alteration. Contents: General preface to the Chorales Index of the chorales according to Page Music: The Chorales The 69 Chorale melodies Commentary on the The Chorale harmonizations Index of the Chorales according to number Abbreviations used in the ensuing notes Notes on the Chorales Commentary on the 69 The 69 Chorale melodies with figured bass Index of the 69 chorale melodies according to number All pages clean.

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