German sacred polyphonic vocal musicbetween Schütz and Bach
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German sacred polyphonic vocal musicbetween Schütz and Bach sources and critical editions by Diane Parr Walker

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Published by Harmonie Park Press in Warren, Mich .
Written in English


  • Sacred vocal music -- 17th century -- Bibliography.

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Includes bibliographical references (p. xxi-xxxv) and indexes.

StatementDiane Parr Walker and Paul Walker.
SeriesDetroit studies in music bibliography -- no. 67
ContributionsWalker, Paul.
LC ClassificationsML128.S2
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxv, 434 p. ;
Number of Pages434
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22449859M
ISBN 100899900542

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German Sacred Polyphonic Vocal Music Between Schutz and Bach: Sources and Critical Editions (Detroit Studies in Music Bibliography, No. 67). Sacred German Music, German Music during the Thirty Years' War, Sacred German Music in the s, Early Baroque music in Germany, Music and the Thirty Years' War. Creative Commons License. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Author: Brandi Hoffer. Bach: Sacred Vocal Works. Hänssler: HAEN Buy 2 CDs or download online. Ingeborg Danz (Contralto), Klaus Häger (Bass), Marcus Ullmann (Tenor), Ruth Sandhoff (Soprano), Sibylla Rubens (Soprano) Gächinger Kantorei, Stuttgart Choir, Stuttgart Bach Collegium Orchestra, Helmuth RillingPrice: $   German Sacred Polyphonic Vocal Music between Schütz and Bach; Sources and Critical Editions. Michigan: Harmonie Park Press, Catalogs still existing German sacred vocal music for three or more voices from the second half of the seventeenth century, inclusive of end of the Thirty Years War in to the beginning of the careers of Bach.

Bach wrote secular music for entertainment. His "Coffee Cantata," composed in , is a lighthearted vocal argument between a father and his headstrong daughter. Much of the choral music familiar to contemporary audiences is on a grander scale. Most of the songs, arias and choral works Bach wrote were for church services.   German Sacred Polyphonic Vocal Music Between Schutz and Bach: Sources and Critical Editions. Next Article: Katalog der Sammlung Anthony van Hoboken in der Musiksammlung der Osterreichischen Nationalbibliothek, vol. 9, Joseph Haydn, Vokalmusik (Hob.   Index to Texts & Translations of Bach Cantatas & Other Vocal Works Main Page: This section of the Bach Cantatas Website (BCW) contains texts & translations of all Bach Cantatas & his other vocal works. Most of the translations are located at the BCW, but links to other translations over the web are provided as well. German Texts of Non-Bach. Bach composed cantatas for special occasions, with both sacred and secular texts, and different typesof chorale cantatas. Passions. Including the St. John and St. Matthew Passions. Church music with Latin texts. Latin church music intended for special feast days. Oratories. Including the Christmas, Easter and Ascension Oratorios. Motets.

Based on chorale melody of same name Probably by Luther CHORALE heard in first, last movement Performing resources: —Soloists: soprano, alto, tenor, bass —Chorus —Basso continuo —Orchestra (strings, a few winds) Movement 8: Homophonic arrangement of melody Movement 1: chorale. Delivering music since JW Pepper ® is your sheet music store for band, orchestra and choral music, piano sheet music, worship songs, songbooks and more. Download and buy printable sheet music online at JW Pepper. ®. SCH Ü TZ, HEINRICH ( – ). SCH Ü TZ, HEINRICH ( – ), German composer. Heinrich Sch ü tz was the most important German composer of vocal music in the seventeenth century. For much of his long career, Sch ü tz was kapellmeister (music director) to the elector of Saxony at the Dresden court, as well as serving in the court of Christian IV of Denmark. Music Everything you need to know about the Bach cantatas. Choosing the "best" of Johann Sebastian Bach's nearly sacred cantatas is a daunting task, as each one seems perfect.