Ernest Grosjean, Sans Titre

Date: December 24,  2019

Ernest Grosjean (1844 - 1936) published "Pièces pour orgue ou harmonium", a set of 56 pieces in two volumes, in 1902. The first volume contains 33 easy pieces, that can be played without the use of pedals. The second half of this volume is a section called "Pièces Funèbres", pieces.

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Rudolf Löw, Wo soll ich fliehen hin

Date: December 23,  2019

The Sächsische Landes- und Universitätsbibliothek in Dresden posesses a manuscript of 12 organ compositions by Rudolf Löw's hand. It is his opus 1, which he dedicated to his teacher Carl Ferdinand Becker. Löw mostly emplois forms and procedures from the Baroque era with a harmonic language that is sometimes slightly.

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Wilhelm Karges (?), Fantasia in A

Date: December 21,  2019

Wilhelm Karges (1613 or 1614 – 1699), was a German organist and composer in the North German organ tradition. He was born in Berlin, where he spent much of his life. In January 1646 he was appointed chamber musician and composer at the court of the Elector Friedrich Wilhelm of.

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Ernest Grosjean, Entrée

Date: December 17,  2019

Ernest Grosjean (1844 - 1936) published "Pièces pour orgue ou harmonium", a set of 56 pieces in two volumes, in 1902. The first volume contains 33 easy pieces, that can be played without the use of pedals. The second half of this volume is a section called "Pièces Funèbres", pieces.

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Rudolf Löw, An Wasserflüssen Babylon

Date: December 16,  2019

The Sächsische Landes- und Universitätsbibliothek in Dresden posesses a manuscript of 12 organ compositions by Rudolf Löw's hand. It is his opus 1, which he dedicated to his teacher Carl Ferdinand Becker. The first of the compositions contained is this manuscript is a choral prelude to the choral "An Wasserflüssen.

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The Sächsische Landes- und Universitätsbibliothek in Dresden posesses a manuscript of 12 organ compositions by the hand of Rudolf Löw (1832 - 1898), a Swiss organist and composer. It is his opus 1, which he dedicated to his teacher Carl Ferdinand Becker. The prelude to "Erhalt uns Herr bei deinem.

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The Sächsische Landes- und Universitätsbibliothek in Dresden posesses a manuscript of 12 organ compositions by the hand of Rudolf Löw (1832 - 1898), a Swiss organist and composer. It is his opus 1, which he dedicated to his teacher Carl Ferdinand Becker. The prelude to "Ich dank dir schon durch.

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Rudolf Löw, Da Christus geboren war

Date: December 09,  2019

The Sächsische Landes- und Universitätsbibliothek in Dresden posesses a manuscript of 12 organ compositions by the hand of Rudolf Löw (1832 - 1898), a Swiss organist and composer. It is his opus 1, which he dedicated to his teacher Carl Ferdinand Becker. Three of these compositions are suitable for the.

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Rudolf Löw, Nun komm der Heiden Heiland

Date: December 07,  2019

Rudolf Löw (1832 - 1898) was a Swiss organist and composer. He was a student of Carl Ferdinand Becker (Orgel) and Ignaz Moscheles (Piano). In 1864 he became first organist in the newly build Elisabethkirch. As composer he wrote mostly in a style inspired by the old masters of counterpoint.

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Dietrich Buxtehude, Magnificat, BuxWV 204

Date: November 29,  2019

Manuscript Mus Ms 30280, owned by the Staatsbibliothek Berlin contains a magnificat of Dietrich Buxtehude, consisting of four seperate parts. They are generally published as two seperate pieces, in the catalogue of Buxtehude's compositions designated as BuxWV 204 and BuxWV 205. The reason for this is perhaps another manuscript source,.

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Some of the spurious compositions attributed to Johann Sebastian Bach, are not even included in the second appendix of Schmieder's catalogue of Bach's works. That could be because Schmieder considered them not to be compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach, or because they were not known in the time Schmieder.

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Some of the spurious compositions attributed to Johann Sebastian Bach, are not even included in the second appendix of Schmieder's catalogue of Bach's works. That could be because Schmieder considered them not to be compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach, or because they were not known in the time Schmieder.

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The two choral preludes on the melody of "Sei Lob und Ehr und hohem Preis" BWV AnhII 62a and 62b appear in the same manuscript next to each other. I'm not sure why they have the numbers 62a and 62b instead of 62 and 63. They are of course related.

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The two choral preludes on the melody of "Sei Lob und Ehr und hohem Preis" BWV AnhII 62a and 62b appear in the same manuscript next to each other. I'm not sure why they have the numbers 62a and 62b instead of 62 and 63. They are of course related.

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Auke Jongbloed, Nun komm der Heiden Heiland

Date: November 16,  2019

Three weeks ago I published the score of a choral prelude by Johann Gottfried Walther, based on the melody of "Nun komm der Heiden Heiland" (in English: "Now come, Savior of the heathens"). I wrote that even though Walther's composition seems simple, it is not easy to write music.

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