Johann Sebastian Bach The Bach arias from the Musicalisches Gesang-buch .
Johann Sebastian Bach The Bach arias from the Musicalisches Gesang-buch published by George Christian Schemelli: The 69 melodies and basses prepared by John Sebastian Bach,. paraphrases of these verses into English. ISBN 13: 9780949302519. If it is added to AbeBooks by one of our member booksellers, we will notify you! Create a Want. Customers who bought this item also bought.
list of songs and arias of Johann Sebastian Bach. Lieder spirituali e arie di Johann Sebastian Bach (it); liste des airs spirituels de Johann Sebastian Bach (fr); Songar og ariar av Johann Sebastian Bach (nn); שירים ואריות מאת יוהאן סבסטיאן באך (he); lijst van liederen en aria's van Johann Sebastian Bach (nl); Llista d'àries i cançons (ca); Danh
Bach's second wife, Anna Magdalena, was from Zeitz and Bach may therefore have first come into contact with Schemelli while on a. .
Bach's second wife, Anna Magdalena, was from Zeitz and Bach may therefore have first come into contact with Schemelli while on a family visit to the town. Georg Christian's only known publication, the Musicalisches Gesangbuch, popularly referred to as the Schemelli Songbook, was printed and published in Leipzig in 1736 by . Breitkopf as: Musicalische Gesang-Buch, Darinnen 954 geistreische, sowohl alte als neue Lieder und Arien, mit wohlgesetzten Melodien, in Discant und Bass, befindlich sind� Of a decidedly Pietistic bent, it contains the texts of 954.
Bach: Musicalisches Gesangbuch von G. C. Schemelli - Jesus Is This Dark World's Light, BWV 474 - The Choir Of King's College, Cambridge, Sir David Willcocks. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день
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Johann Sebastian Bach. In 1736 the Leipzig publishing firm of Breitkopf brought out the Musicalisches Gesang-Buch of Georg Christian Schemelli, containing hymn melodies harmonized (in figured-bass form) by Johann Sebastian Bach.
Johann Sebastian Bach was born in 1685 in Eisenach into a large and distinguished family of professional musicians, stretching back several generations. He was the eighth and youngest child of Johann Ambrosius Bach and Elisabeth Lämmerhirt. Johann received his earliest instruction from his father, who likely taught him violin and basic music theory. Bach’s father, Johann Ambrosius Bach. His father was the director of the local town musicians and all of his uncles were professional musicians (church organists, composers and court musicians).
The Bach family was of importance in the history of music for nearly two hundred years. Four branches of it were known at the beginning of the 16th century, and in 1561 we hear of Hans Bach of Wechmar who is believed to be the father of Wit Bach (born about 1555). The family genealogy, drawn up by J. Sebastian Bach himself and completed by his son Philipp Emanuel, describes Veit Bach as the founder of the family, a baker and a miller, "whose zither must have sounded very pretty among the clattering of the mill-wheels.
Bach, by means of melody and harmony, expresses the desire for death . Its melody is known in no other source than the Schmelli Gesang-Buch, and it is generally believed that Bach wrote the piece from scratch.
Bach, by means of melody and harmony, expresses the desire for death and heaven. A beautiful orchestral version of this piece was made by Leopold Stokowski in 1946 (see VideoScore); it opens with all the strings muted except for a solo cello that "sings" the melody. For most of these sacred songs, Bach had only to devise bass lines and figured bass indications - the melodies selected were old and famous Lutheran tunes. Komm, süßer Tod, however, is an exception.
This recording of the "Musicalisches Gesang-Buch", a set of songs published by the 18th century German composer Georg Christian Schemelli's but more regularly attributed to . Bach, features the highly-talented 15 year old boy soprano Constantin Emanuel
This recording of the "Musicalisches Gesang-Buch", a set of songs published by the 18th century German composer Georg Christian Schemelli's but more regularly attributed to . Bach, features the highly-talented 15 year old boy soprano Constantin Emanuel. He is accompanied on organ by the great baroque keyboard player and early music specialist Ton Koopman. 18th century German composer Georg Christian Schemelli is known to us primarily because of the book of songs "Musicalisches Gesang-Buch", which was published in Leipzig in 1736
Johann Sebastian Bach (31 March 1685 – 28 July 1750) was a German composer and musician of the Baroque period.
Johann Sebastian Bach (31 March 1685 – 28 July 1750) was a German composer and musician of the Baroque period. He is known for instrumental compositions such as the Brandenburg Concertos and the Goldberg Variations, and for vocal music such as the St Matthew Passion and the Mass in B minor. Since the 19th-century Bach Revival he is generally regarded as one of the greatest composers of all time.