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101 Chorales Harmonized by J S Bach Satb

Author: Johann Bach
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A choral worship collection for SATB voicing, composed by Johann Sebastian Bach, compiled and edited by Walter E. Buszin.


Inventions Sinfonias Two Three Part Inventions

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Students, teachers and professional pianists will find this volume invaluable. This historically accurate edition contains a wealth of background information on ornamentation, dotted rhythms in the Baroque style, and the recommended tempos and guidelines for performing the works on the piano. Bach's writing is carefully separated from the editorial suggestions in light gray print. A wealth of footnotes compare the various sources consulted.


Bach Schaum Book Two

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The music of Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) covers every mood and emotion in human experience. Bach has earned a unique position in musical history as the most inventive, creative, and important composer of the Baroque era. This new Schaum edition presents a complete English suite, a complete French suite, a complete Partita in an abridged arrangement along with Bach compositions in their original form: * Minuet in G minor (AMB Notebook) * Prelude in D minor (BWV 935) * Aria in D minor (BWV 515) * Prelude No. 5 (WTC) * Prelude No. 15 (WTC) and other shorter works.


Marimba 7 Bach Chorales

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A longtime Bach enthusiast, Vida Chenoweth is noted for her adherence to the composer's linear score. These seven chorales are geared to advanced marimbists who wish to stretch both their technique and their musical experience. Chenoweth is credited with introducing the marimba to concert audiences worldwide.


Johann Sebastian Bach

Author: Martin Geck
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Discusses Bach's musical accomplishments through the stages of his life, from his humble origins as a self-taught court musician to his role as kapellmeister and cantor of St. Thomas's Church.


Bach Suite

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A level IV B-Flat cornet (Trumpet) solo by Johann Sebastian Bach, arranged by Bernard Fitzgerald.


Johann Sebastian Bach

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Johann Sebastian Bach

Author: Christoph Wolff
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Now available in paperback, this landmark biography was first published in 2000 to mark the 250th anniversary of J. S. Bach's death. Written by a leading Bach scholar, this book presents a new picture of the composer. Christoph Wolff demonstrates the intimate connection between Bach's life and his music, showing how the composer's superb inventiveness pervaded his career as a musician, composer, performer, scholar, and teacher.


Johann Sebastian Bach Christmas Oratorio BWV 248

Author: Ignace Bossuyt
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This book is intended to provide the inquisitive listener with a guide to exploring the many layers of meaning found in Bach's Christmas Oratorio. The first section offers a general sketch of the specific context in which this composition was created at the end of 1734, shedding light on the work's liturgical function and taking a closer look at the biblical and broader religious themes. This first section will also focus on the contemporary textual and musical components of the oratorio genre, of which Bach's composition is a prime example. The second section is a detailed discussion of the 64 movements making up the work, with a focus on three aspects: the text, the music and the relation between the two. The nature of the musical setting and its structure depends on the nature of the text, be it prose (the Bible story) or poetry (the chorales and the inserted commentary), narrative or dramatic (indirect or direct speech). Moreover, the music was governed by the particular musical canons of the day, which largely determined and regulated the structure of each section and the coherence between successive sections or those at a greater remove from one another. In order to get to the essence of Bach's oeuvre, the reader-listener must be prepared to become immersed in the literary and musical idiom, the specific terminology and "grammar" of the day.


The Great Piano Works of Johann Sebastian Bach

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Contains works representing Bach's enormous output for keyboard, ranging from more simple works found in The Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach and Two- and Three-Part Inventions, to Preludes and Fugues from The Well-Tempered Clavier, Suites, and Partitas. This publications contains 88 selections.