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Clavierübung III/Schübler-Choräle/Canonische Veränderungen ü. Vom Himmel hoch

COMPONIST: Johann Sebastian Bach
UITGEVERIJ: Breitkopf und Härtel
PRODUCTTYPE: Boek met audio-online
INSTRUMENT GROEP: Orgel
Breitkopf Urtext edition of Johann Sebastian Bach 's Complete Organ Works . Music text faithful to the sources and reflecting the current status of Bach research. Developedfor musical practice through the cooperation of scholars and performers. Contains all of Bach 's Keyboard works
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Ondertitel Clavierübung III/Schübler-Choräle/Canonische Veränderungen ü. Vom Himmel hoch
Componist Johann Sebastian Bach
Editor Werner Breig
Uitgeverij Breitkopf und Härtel
Instrumentatie Orgel
Producttype Boek met audio-online
Instrument Groep Orgel
Style Period Baroque
ISMN 9790004183618
Style Period Baroque
Series Bach Organ Works
Pagina's 156
No. BRKEB8806
Omschrijving

Breitkopf Urtext edition of Johann Sebastian Bach's Complete Organ Works.

  • Music text faithful to the sources and reflecting the current status of Bach research.
  • Developedfor musical practice through the cooperation of scholars and performers.
  • Contains all of Bach's Keyboard works that require an independent pedal manual.
  • Contains all authentic early versions andfragmentarily transmitted or dubious works that can be attributed to Bach with a fair amount of certainty.
  • Features comprehensive introductions, extensive source descriptions and text-critical notes.
  • Featuressupplementary material illustrated synoptically on CD-ROM (in printable quality)
  • Brochure, in large format (32 x 25 cm) and compact music engraving, clear, easy to read, with convenient page turns.

With repertoire works, musicians often have the choice between editions conceived for practical music-making and others that are more scholarly in concept. This also applies to the Organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach,which are available today in various editions. Among them is that of Heinz Lohmann, which Breitkopf & Härtel began publishing in 1967 and whose concept strove for an amalgamation of practice and Urtext.

CurrentUrtext status, historically informed, edited with performers in mind:
More than 40 years later, the demands made on a new Urtext edition of Bach's Organ works are as stringent as ever before. Next to the resultsof scholarly research on Bach and the sources, aspects of a historically informed performance practice are increasingly claiming our attention today. Also important for study, teaching and concert performance are, inaddition to the above-mentioned demands, such external criteria as format, paper, convenient page turns and an easily legible layout that helps the user quickly grasp the musical context.

The new edition, beginning in 2010,also contains all Keyboard works with pedal and the 'dubious works' that are hardly dubious anymore.This edition of Johann Sebastian Bach's Organ works wants to do justice to these demands. Next to the core contents of

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