Johann Heinrich Bodecker, Herr Jesu Christ, wahr’ Mensch und Gott

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7 Responses

  1. djorven says:

    interesting music, thanks!

  2. Djorven says:

    I look on the link to the manuscript. Is it in tabulature?
    So it be, is typical for North-Germany in 17th century !

    • Djorven says:

      And I saw a dating on the internet from the manuscript of 1700.

      • admin says:

        Now, that is really interesting. I have not found out how old the manuscript (or parts of it) actually is.
        Could you point me to where you found this information?

        • djorven says:

          http://www.historiadelamusica.net/fuentes-barroco/

          At: Música para teclado solo

          At: 4. Imperio germánico

          Choralbearbeitungen und andere Stücke für Orgel in deutscher Orgeltabulatur (1700) [Berlín, SBB Mus.ms. 30439], tablatura alemana, 56 folios.

          • admin says:

            Thanks for the link. I must be blind or something. Even the Staatsbibliothek Berlin mentions 1700 as the creation date of the manuscript. But I had not noticed that before.
            So, no Radecker, but Bodecker. I’ll update the post accordingly.

            The link you gave me, leads to many sources I had not found before. Thanks you for that. A whole lot more manuscripts to work on.

    • admin says:

      The manuscript is in tabulature. but that in itself is not proof of anything. Part of the music of Sweelinck survives in tabulature as well.

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