Again a piece that may or may not have been composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. It is an elegant piece in which the chorale melody flows in long lines, accompanied by faster eigth notes in a ternary rythm. Peculiar in this piece is that the soprano voice interrupts its play of long notes in bar 32 and joins the alto voice in the ternairy rythm.

The recording was done with the sampleset, made by Organ Art Media, of the Arp Schnitger organ in Steinkirchen.

Registration
BW: Gedackt 8′, Rohr Flöt 4′, Krumphorn 8′
Tremulant, Brust doors closed

Score
pdf_iconBach, BWV Anh II 52 Freu dich seht o meine Seelet

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