Anonymus (Johan Pieterszoon Sweelinck?), Fantasia

Posted on Jun 28th, 2019

Yesterday I wrote that the choral bound works in manuscript Ms Lynar B3 are of greater quality than the free works. The free work from this…

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Anonymus, 2 Præludia (Ms Lynar B3, page 32 & 34)

Posted on Jun 15th, 2019

The Lynar manuscript Ms Lynar B3 contains 38 compositions, 11 of which can be assigned to specific composers: Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, Heinrich…

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Anonymus, Herr Christ, der einig Gottes Sohn

Posted on May 8th, 2019

The Lynar manuscripts were preserved in the holdings of the Duke of Lynar in Lübbenau, and are therefore also known as the Lübbenauer…

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Anonymus, Praeludium (Ms Lynar B3, page 28)

Posted on Apr 15th, 2019

For an introduction to the Lynar B3 manuscript, see here. The prelude has again no indication of a composer in the manuscript. Short as it is, it is…

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Anonymus, Praeludium (Ms Lynar B3, page 32)

Posted on May 12th, 2019

For an introduction to the Lynar B3 manuscript, see here. Though the name of the composer of most of the preludia is not known, they all follow more…

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Anonymus, Praeludium secundi Toni (Ms Lynar B3, page 36)

Posted on May 26th, 2019

This prelude is somewhat different from the other preludes from manuscript Ms Lynar B3 I published until now. It's form does not consist of three…

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Anonymus, Præludium

Posted on Mar 1st, 2019

For an introduction to the Lynar B3 manuscript, see here. The first complete anonymous piece in the Lynar B3 manuscript is a prelude in D, or perhaps…

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Anonymus, Vater unser im Himmelreich

Posted on Jun 27th, 2019

My impression of the compositions contained in manuscript Ms Lynar B3 until now is that the choral bound works are of greater quality than the free…

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Johann Heinrich Scheidemann (?), Præludium (WV 94)

Posted on Mar 6th, 2019

[update, 14-04-2019] I just learned that this piece is tentatively ascribed to Johann Heinrich Scheidemann, so I changed score and post title…

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M.W.C.B.M, O Mensch, bewein deine Sünde gross

Posted on Jul 14th, 2019

In the Baroque era (and earlier) composers of (organ) music were in manuscripts often indicated by there initials, or not at all. Manuscripts were…

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M.W.C.B.M., Vater unser im Himmelreich

Posted on Mar 31st, 2019

The fifth piece in the Lynar manuscript B3 is a set of three variations on "Vater unser im Himmelreich". The composer's initials are "M.W.C.B.M.".…

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