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Angela Hewitt piano.

J. S. Bach - Schübler Choral - Meine Seele erhebet den Herren, BWV 648

The quality of the Hyperion recording is excellent, with the right balance Jonathan Plowright piano. In the pianist and muse Harriet Cohen invited all her principal composer friends each to make an arrangement of a work by J S Bach for inclusion in an album to be published by Oxford University Press. David Goode organ.

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A grand new series on Signum will present the complete organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach in crystal performances from David Goode on the Metzler organ of Trinity College Cambridge. Christopher Herrick organ. Leipzig: Friedrich Hofmeister, p. Johann Sebastian Bach. Berlin: Schneider. Bach publications. I: ; Vol. Compositions for organ , keyboard and lute by Johann Sebastian Bach. Bach Notebook A. Bach Twelve Little Preludes.

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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Zahn No. Wo soll ich fliehen hin. Auf meinen lieben Gott. Kommst du nun, Jesu, vom Himmel herunter. Problems playing this file? See media help. Joan Lippincott continues her Bach series with two of the most substantial collections published during Bach's lifetime.

Included in this recording are both the large chorales, the alternative chorales for manuals only and the four duetti. Program notes by noted Bach scholar, George Stauffer. Published by the Author.

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In each case he provided a large setting of the hymn for manuals and pedal and a small setting for manuals alone. Here, too, Bach included large and small settings for each.

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The music itself displays a wide range of national and historical styles. Bach uses Italian, French, and German forms and gestures, in many cases combining qualities of two or more nationalities in one piece. At the same time, he employs the Renaissance motet style of Palestrina as well as the trio, concerto, and overture idioms of the Baroque.

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In the Prelude in E-flat, he combines the overture and concerto in a single piece. As an overture, it serves as a preface to the music that follows. But the Prelude unfolds in the fashion of an Italian concerto, with an opening ritornello, or main theme, that alternates with contrasting episodic segments. Bach thus shows that French and Italian styles can be united to create a new, international idiom.

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On this recording, Joan Lippincott performs the large pedal settings of the chorales as a group, followed by the smaller manual arrangements. The large Kyrie-Christe-Kyrie sequence that begins the pedal pieces is set in Renaissance vocal style. The Lutheran Kyrie hymn is based on an early German translation of Kyrie fons bonitatis , a Roman Catholic chant containing a medieval poetic interpolation that was later eliminated by the Council of Trent.

The phrases of the chorale appear first in the right hand, then in the left hand, then in the pedal, and finally in the right hand once again.