M.W.C.B.M, O Mensch, bewein deine Sünde gross

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5 Responses

  1. Max Mueller says:

    no pdf-link?

    • admin says:

      O dear, I must be getting old; I forgot the most important element of the post. Corrected now. Thanks for pointing out the omission!

  2. Max Mueller says:

    Thank you!

  3. Thank you very much for posting this and so many other useful scores. May I suggest, given the range of the accompanimental voices (which never span more than an octave once the solo voice enters), the part-writing (especially when it comes to the sudden ‘filled-in’ chords, which are all in close position because of the range restriction but are approached a bit more smoothly if played entirely by the left hand), and perhaps the absence of pedal indication in the source (though there are pieces in this literature that clearly require the pedal without saying so), that this is a manualiter piece? Easy enough to play it that way from your score, certainly, if desired. Thanks again!

    • admin says:

      You could be right of course, in that it is a manualiter piece. I choose to render it as a pedaliter piece, because the other pieces in this manuscript are likely pedaliter as well. Nevertheless, it is not too much trouble to create a manualiter version of the score as well, so anyone can choose what he/she thinks the best option for this piece.

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