New Edition in 10 Volumes [org]
184 pages | 32 x 25 cm | 776 g | ISMN: 979-0-004-18375-5 | Softbound
In this volume with the Toccatas (and Fugues) as well as individual works the Swiss organist Jean-Claude Zehnder has amply proven his mettle as a Bach specialist here. Of particular interest in this book is the Canzona in d BWV 588. Written before 1707, this early work is found in a contemporary copy by Johann Gottlieb Preller with embellishments, fingerings and a closing cadenza; this version is printed in the Appendix. Similarly, the print of the early version of the Passacaglia BWV 582 is likely to meet with great interest.
Online you will find early versions, further ornamented versions, and pieces that can no longer be attributed to Bach as the Kleines harmonisches Labyrinth BWV 591 and the Prelude in G BWV 568.
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|1 Toccata in C BWV 564|
|2 Toccata et Fuga in d BWV 538 (early and ornamented version)||(online)|
|3 Toccata et Fuga in d BWV 565|
|4 Toccata et Fuga in F BWV 540|
|5 Passacaglia in c BWV 582 (ornamented version)||(online)|
|6 Passacaglia in c BWV 582 (early version)|
|7 Sonata in D BWV 963|
|8 Allabreve in D BWV 589|
|9 Canzona in d BWV 588 (ornamented version with fingering in the appendix)|
|10 Capriccio (in honorem Johann Christoph Bachii) BWV 993 (ornamented version and version in F)||(online)|
|11 Pastorella BWV 590|
|12 Pièce d’Orgue à 5 BWV 572|
|13 Pièce d’Orgue à 5 BWV 572 (early version)|
|14.Pièce d’orgue à 5 BWV 572 – ornamented version||(online)|
|15 Praeludium in a BWV 569|
|16 Pedal-Exercitium BWV 598 (in the appendix)|
|17 Kleines harmonisches Labyrinth BWV 591 (authorship unproven)||(online)|
|18 Präludium in G BWV 568 (authorship unproven)||(online)|