The full first phrase of this choral reads "Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, der von uns den Gotteszorn wandt" (Jesus Christ, our Savior, who turned God's wrath away from us). Martin Luther wrote it around 1524 for communion. The full title is a bit long, but it cannot abbreviated to "Jesus.

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Ernest Grosjean, Offertoire bref

Date: January 09,  2020

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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Manuscript Am.B. 340, owned by the Staatsbibliothek Berlin, contains some 45 organ pieces, presumably copied by Wilhelm Karges. Of some of the compositions contained in this manuscript the original model and composer is known. Most of them remain anopnymous. What they all have in common is that (presumably) Karges adapted.

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Yesterday I published the first of two preludes to "Christ lag in Todesbanden", contained in manuscript Mus ms 40037, owned by the Staatsbibliothek Berlin. The first of these is acribed to Zachow in the manuscript. The second does not have an indication of the composer. In 1966 Heinz Lohmann published.

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Manuscript Mus ms 40037, owned by the Staatsbibliothek Berlin, contains over 40 choral preludes composed by Zachow or his pupil Kirchhof. Transcribing these preludes is a nice new project for the new year. I'll start with the two preludes to "Christ lag in Todesbanden". In the manuscript only the first.

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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 D

Date: January 01,  2020

Manuscript Am.B. 340, owned by the Staatsbibliothek Berlin, contains some 45 organ pieces, presumably copied by Wilhelm Karges. The composers are sometimes given with there initials, but most pieces remain anonymous in the manuscript. Most compositions contained in this manuscript are no longer than two facing pages, have a comparable.

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Ernest Grosjean, Absoute

Date: December 31,  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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Ernest Grosjean, Communion

Date: December 30,  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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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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Ernest Grosjean, Choral

Date: December 28,  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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Ernest Grosjean, Offertoire bref

Date: December 27,  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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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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