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The organs of J. S. Bach

a handbook

by Christoph Wolff

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Published by University of Illinois Press in Urbana .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organ (Musical instrument),
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementChristoph Wolff and Markus Zepf ; translation by Lynn Edwards Butler ; introduction to the revised edition by Christoph Wolff
    ContributionsZepf, Markus, 1972-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML576.3 .W6613 2012
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Paginationxxv, 208 p.
    Number of Pages234
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25054594M
    ISBN 109780252036842, 9780252078453
    LC Control Number2011039540

      A lot of fast Bach played on great organs out there already. but speaking of "fast Bach played on great organs" I forgot to mention Ton Koopman for Leipzig Chorales. What a great ride! Logged Marc -Dritter Theil der Clavier-Uebung. A gorgeous, stunning organ. Jan Jongepier gave me a book that he had written to start with, the. Synopsis. Born on Ma (N.S.), in Eisenach, Thuringia, Germany, Johann Sebastian Bach had a prestigious musical lineage and took on various organist positions during the early 18th Born:

    J. S. Bach and the Organ - Some Neglected Threads. Stephen Bicknell [email protected] December 2, To use imagination in any area of serious study is a difficult business. There are no facts to be found in imaginary exercises. There may be insight of a kind, but that insight is deeply compromised by being at one stage removed from reality. This is a completely revised edition of volumes I and II of The Organ Music of J. S. Bach (), a bestselling title, which has subsequently become a classic text. This edition takes account of Bach scholarship of the 25 years prior to by:

    Visit three small towns outside Leipzig with outstanding organs. The Scheibe organ in the church of St Nicholas, Zschortau was tested by J.S. Bach in who found it to be ‘efficiently and painstakingly well-built’. Störmthal has an organ by Hildebrandt which was inspected and approved by Bach in and is still in its original condition.   Don't you worry, dear Premont, it's probably my favourite post of GMG. My 'quote' (from the WAYLT-thread) was only meant as a quick help to suggest some decent (imho) recordings of the Bach's best known organ chorale bundles it's far from up-to-date.


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The Organs of J. Bach is a comprehensive and fascinating guide to the organs encountered by Bach throughout Germany in his roles as organist, concert artist, examiner, teacher, and visitor. Newly revised and updated, the book's entries are listed alphabetically by geographical location, from Arnstadt to Zschortau, providing an easy-to Cited by: 2.

Book Description: The Organs of J. Bach is a comprehensive and fascinating guide to the organs encountered by Bach throughout Germany in his roles as organist, concert artist, examiner, teacher, and.

The Organs of J. Bach is a comprehensive and fascinating guide to the organs encountered by Bach throughout Germany in his roles as organist, concert artist, examiner, teacher, and visitor. The organs of J. S. Bach book revised and updated, the book's entries are listed alphabetically by geographical location, from Arnstadt to Zschortau, providing an easy-to-reference overview/5(14).

The Organs of J. Bach is a comprehensive and fascinating guide to the organs encountered by Bach throughout Germany in his roles as organist, concert artist, examiner, teacher, and visitor.

Newly revised and updated, the book's entries are listed alphabetically by geographical location, from Arnstadt to Zschortau, providing an easy-to-reference : Christoph Wolff. The Organs of J. Bach is a comprehensive handbook to the organs encountered by Bach, whether as organist, concert artist, examiner, teacher, or visitor.

Newly revised and updated, the book's entries are listed alphabetically by geographical location, from Arnstadt to Zschortau, and provide an easy-to-reference overview. The Organs of J. Bach is a comprehensive and fascinating guide to the organs encountered by Bach throughout Germany in his roles as organist, concert artist, examiner, teacher, and visitor.

Newly revised and updated, the book's entries are listed alphabetically by geographical location, from Arnstadt to Zschortau, providing an easy-to. The Organs of J. Bach is a comprehensive handbook to the organs encountered by Bach, whether as organist, concert artist, examiner, teacher, or visitor.

Newly revised and updated, the book's entries are listed alphabetically by geographical location, from Arnstadt to Zschortau, and provide an easy-to-reference overview.

J S Bach as Organist, by George Stauffer Leipzig's Organs in the Time of Bach, by Lynn Edwards Butler in Keyboard Perspectives, v3, recently published by the Westfield Center American Organist,article by W. Sumner The Organ Music of J. Bach, vol. 3, by Peter Williams, esp chapters   The Organs of J.

Bach is a comprehensive and fascinating guide to the organs encountered by Bach throughout Germany in his roles as organist, concert artist, examiner, teacher, and visitor. Newly revised and updated, the book’s entries are listed alphabetically by geographical location, from Arnstadt to Zschortau, providing an easy-to-reference overview.

In The Organs of J. Bach: A Handbook, Christoph Wolff and Markus Zepf bring together the contributions of predecessor scholars (Werner David, 1 Ulrich Dähnert, 2 and dozens of others), as well as new insights, in a concise, easy-to-navigate volume that summarizes our knowledge base pertaining to each instrument.

3 It is liberally provided. The Organs of J. Bach is a comprehensive handbook to the organs encountered by Bach, whether as organist, concert artist, examiner, teacher, or visitor.

Newly revised and updated, the book's entries are listed alphabetically by geographical location, from Arnstadt to Zschortau, and provide an easy-to-reference overview/5(19). The Organs of J. Bach is a comprehensive and fascinating guide to the organs encountered by Bach throughout Germany in his roles as organist, concert artist, examiner, teacher, and visitor.

Newly revised and updated, the book's entries are listed alphabetically by geographical location, from Arnstadt to Zschortau, providing an easy-to-reference : $ Bach’s enthusiasm for the St. Catherine’s organ in Hamburg (BDOK III, no. ), noting especially the quality of its reeds and its 32' stops (Principal and Groß-Posaune), which in his youth had shaped Bach’s conception of gravity in an by: 2.

This is a completely revised edition of volumes I and II of The Organ Music of J. Bach (), a bestselling title, which has subsequently become a classic text. This edition takes account of Bach scholarship of the 25 years prior to publication.

Peter Williams's piece-by-piece commentary puts the musical sources of the organ works in context, describing the form and content of each.

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Newly. Buy J.S. Bach: Organ Works Book 6 by Bach, Johann Sebastian (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1).

This is a completely revised edition of volumes I and II of The Organ Music of J. Bach (), a bestselling title, which has subsequently become a classic text. This edition takes account of Bach scholarship of the 25 years prior to publication.

Peter Williams's piece-by-piece commentary puts the musical sources of the organ works in context, describing the form and content of each. The Organs of J. Bach is a comprehensive and fascinating guide to the organs encountered by Bach throughout Germany in his roles as organist, concert artist, examiner, teacher, and visitor.

Newly revised and updated, the book's entries are listed alphabetically by geographical location, from Arnstadt to Zschortau, providing an easy-to /5(5).

50+ videos Play all Mix - - Organ Toccata YouTube Bernstein, The greatest 5 min. in music education - Duration: paxwallacejazz 2, views. Johann Sebastian Bach was born in Eisenach, the capital of the duchy of Saxe-Eisenach, in present-day Germany, on 21 March O.S. (31 March N.S.).He was the son of Johann Ambrosius Bach, the director of the town musicians, and Maria Elisabeth Lämmerhirt.

He was the eighth and youngest child of Johann Ambrosius, who likely taught him violin and basic music : 21 March (O.S.), 31 March (N.S.). 1. Toccata and Fugue in Dm, BWVPerformer: Paul Pitman. 2. Wir glauben all an einen Gott, BWVPerformer: Dorothy Young Riess (Organ) 3.

Passacaglia in C minor, BWVPerformer.While we continue to make the finest classical organs in the world, we now make what is considered the finest drawbar organ since a time many decades ago.

That company may have since lost their way, however, we have found ours. Taking account of Bach scholarship of the past twenty-five years, the first two volumes of Peter Williams's classic study of Bach's organ works are fully revised. This work is a piece-by-piece commentary on this ever-popular repertoire, demonstrating the music's unique qualities and how we might hear and play it today/5(9).