Johann Michael Bach’s prelude to “Der du bist drei in Einigkeit” is a well written four part piece. The tonal development is a bit strange. The piece start with a G major chord and ends with and A major chord. In between the music seems to hesitate between G major and e minor so the ending on a comes a bit as a surprise.

The recording was done on the sample set of the Mascioni of the parisch church in Azzio, made by Piotr Gabrowsky.

Score
pdf_iconBach, Der du bist drei in Einigkeit

Performance

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  1. Petr Cejp

    April 30, 2018 at 08:05

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    “Drie” in the titles has to be “drei”.

    Otherwise thanks for the many beautiful scores and your impressive performances!

    • admin

      April 30, 2018 at 20:55

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      You’re right. “Drie” is the Dutch word for “drei”, so it’s easy to overlook. Thanks for the feedback! I corrected the title in the score and in the post.


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