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Chorale No. 33: Come, God the Creator, Holy Spirit, BWV 631 - Marie-Claire Alain - The Organ Works of Johann Sebastian Bach (Volume IX, No.2) ;Orgelbüchlein; (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Contents Johann Sebastian Bach. Compositions. 1 Air on the G String. Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn, BWV The Art of Fugue. Ave Maria.
  2. Johann Sebastian Bach and organbuilder Gottfried Silbermann met in when Bach played a concert in Dresden on the new organ at the church of St. Sofia. Bach was a technical expert, able to converse at Silbermann’s level, and frequently examined .
  3. Bach Organ: 20th Century Reception Discussions: Organ Music: Reception History of Popular Works: William Hoffman wrote (March 21, ): As Bach's organ music became firmly established in 19th century reception history, various editions were published as well as transcriptions by various composers-performers, bringing Bach from the church to public concerts as well as into the music schools.
  4. Bach Johann Sebastian – Organ Works I (Cd 01 to 08) Vol. 8 – Ton Koopman: Bach Johann Sebastian – Organ Works II (Cd 09 to 16) Vol. 8 – Ton Koopman: Bach Johann Sebastian – Partita n°, Toccata BWV – Glenn Gould: Bach Johann Sebastian – Partitas – Badura-Skoda.
  5. The Orgelbüchlein (Little Organ Book) BWV − is a set of 45 chorale preludes for organ — one of them is given in two versions — by Johann Sebastian ciebisicomwebsmsikworldrovhanfifoca.xyzinfo but three were written between 17when Bach served as organist to the ducal court in Weimar; the remainder and a short two-bar fragment came no earlier than , after the composer’s appointment as cantor at the.
  6. Overview Johann Sebastian Bach Johann Sebastian Bach[1] (21 March , O.S March , N.S. – 28 July , N.S.) was a German composer, organist, harpsichordist, violist, and violinist whose sacred and secular works for choir, orchestra, and solo instruments drew together the strands of the Baroque period and brought it to its ultimate.

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