Boyd, Malcolm. London: Kahn & Averill, 1999 (republished volume of two essays from 1967). Jesu, meine Freude (Jesus, my joy), BWV 227, is a motet in eleven movements for SSATB choir which was composed by Johann Sebastian Bach.It is named after the Lutheran hymn " Jesu, meine Freude", of which it contains, in its uneven movements, all six stanzas of Johann Franck's poetry and various versions of Johann Crüger's hymn tune. 33, No. "So how many Bach chorales are there?" Chorales in Bar Form (aab) – that is, with a repeated Aufgesang followed by an Abgesang, the most common type of Lutheran chorale structure. ARTICLES FROM EXTERNAL SITES Additional meter–related information is also provided. 42, No.2 (2011), pp. Stanley, Glenn. "Images of Bach in the Perspective of Basic Research and Interpretive Scholarship," The Journal of Musicology, Vol. Schulze, Hans–Joachim. 2003 (2003), pp. Bach for Breitkopf). 5 (December 1997), pp.9–14. Bach’s Modal Chorales. (topic(s): theory, analysis, part–writing, counterpoint) None [force assignment] Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's 389 chorale-settings Listing of Bach's Chorale Settings First Pub "c") meter. Jerold, Beverly. 56, No. Forty Bach Chorales It is the chorales, not his trademark fugues, that lie at the heart of Bach’stechnique. 39–53. For instance, his obituary contains a list of the instrumental compositions printed during the composer's lifetime, followed by an approximate list of his unpublished work. Wolff, Christoph. "Suggestions for Future Research into Bach and the Chorale," Bach, Vol. "Inventing a Melody with Harmony: Tonal Potential and Bach’s ’Das alte Jahr vergangen ist’." Burns, Lori. BWV: 45.7, 64.4, 94.8, 128.5, 129.5, 197a.7, 398; 1125 Freu dich sehr, o meine Seele — Seven chorale settings of Louis Bourgeois’s tune arranged by date. •These melodies are broken up into phrases, which are identified by pause marks – this is where you put your cadences. The resources and research pages provide numerous databases and articles that are designed to assist musicians, theorists, historians, composers, teachers, and amateur Bach–lovers alike. 1 (Spring 1994), pp.43–77. "’150 Stück von den Backfischen Erben’: zur Überlieferung der vierstimmigen Choräle Johann Sebastian Bachs," Bach–Jahrbuch, Vol. 42, No.2 (2011), pp. 69 (1983), pp. The tests are progressive, as follows: ƒ In Chorales 1-4, only the bass part is to be completed; students should concentrate on writing smooth, fluent and strong bass lines. The nature of 18th-century music however ne- cessitates that the reader not neglect the melodic content at the expense of the beauty of the harmony. I have included the corresponding number of each chorale as they appear in the common Riemenschneider 371 Harmonized Chorales (R) and Kalmus 389 Chorales (K) as well as the attendant BWV number. Each of the chorales of J.S. Included are speculations from Smend and Häfner regarding the lost St. Mark Passion and the Picander–Jahrgang as cited in the NBA commentary volumes. Bibliography. Never before has it been so easy to glimpse into the musical mind of any great composer. BWV: 84.5, 88.7, 93.7, 166.6, 179.6, 197.10, 434 11, No.2 (Autumn, 1987), pp. BWV: 65.7, 72.6, 92.9, 103.6, 111.6, 144.6, 244.25 Leaver, Robin. ChoraleGUIDE: harmonising Bach chorales ChoraleGUIDE.com is a web resource for learning about writing four-part harmony in the style of J.S. Bach Chorales listed alphabetically as they appear in the 413 Here is a listing of each of the first 100 of the 413 Bach Chorales in this edition. Bach 413 Chorales: Analyzed -A Study of 4 (Autumn, 1996), pp. Traditionally known as chorale preludes, the compositions in the BWV 599–771 range of the Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis, and later additions BWV 1085, 1090–1120 (Neumeister Chorales) and 1128, are also indicated as chorale settings for organ, and include multi-movement chorale partitas and sets of … "Suggestions for Future Research into Bach and the Chorale," Bach, Vol. Additional Research      "Key Structure in ’Das alte Jahr vergangen ist̵," Journal of Music Theory, Vol. "Johann Philipp Kirnberger and the Bach Chorale Settings," Bach, Vol. Donald Francis Tovey Vol. The Breitkopf collection comprised 371 chorales (often referred to as “the 371”) which were originally published in the 1870s after a drawn out process of editing involving Marpurg, Kirnberger, and, most importantly, C.P.E. Any lover of harmony and/or music theory will treasure this collection of the Bach chorales. New York: Schirmer Books, 1989. Dirst, Matthew. 50, No.1 (Spring 2006), pp. Bach actually uses the melody of his best-known chorale, “O sacred head now wounded” five times in this Passion, but they are harmonized so differently that the repetition is not at all tedious. "Parallel Fifths & Octaves in the Chorales", "Speculations Regarding the Original Liturgical Occasions of the Individual BWV 253–438 Chorales", "A History of the Breitkopf Collection of J. S. Bach’s Four–Part Chorales". Bach Collection and Bach’s approximately 200+ cantatas. Chorale Harmonisations, BWV 1-438 (Bach, Johann Sebastian) This is general page all of the chorales. All settings are placed in the same key for easy comparison. 38, No. This edition of the first twenty-four chorale harmonizations by J. S. Bach accompanies the article “Improving Your Chamber Music Skills: Tips from a Pro,” an interview with Claudia Lasareff- Mironoff by Les Jacobson published in the Summer 2016 Online issue of the Journal of the Was mein Gott will, das gscheh allzeit — Seven chorale settings arranged by date, along with the tune’s appearance in the Neu Leipziger Gesangbuch. Meter and Time Signatures in the Chorales: a listing of all chorales not in 4/4 (i.e. The Great Eighteen Chorale Preludes, BWV 651–668, are a set of chorale preludes for organ prepared by Johann Sebastian Bach in Leipzig in his final decade (1740–1750), from earlier works composed in Weimar, where he was court organist., where he was court organist. "Bach’s ’Erbe’: The Chorale in the German Oratorio of the Early Nineteenth Century," 19th Century Music, Vol. O Gott, du frommer Gott (Melody #3) — Eight chorale settings of Ahasverus Fritsch’s tune arranged by date. The best example is (again) the chorales, which often have similar (if not identical) melodies but are harmonized differently in order to evoke different emotions. Bach is given extensive treatment clearly showing the functional harmony that is implicit in his music by a thorough harmonic analysis underneath each phrase. Wo soll ich fliehen hin — Five chorale settings arranged by date, along with the tune’s appearance in the Neu Leipziger Gesangbuch. Bach is given extensive treatment clearly showing the functional harmony that is implicit in his music by a thorough harmonic analysis underneath each phrase. Title Composer Bach, Johann Sebastian I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. BWV: 41.6, 171.6, 190.7, 362 Jesu, nun sei gepreiset — Four chorale settings along with the tune’s appearance in the Neu Leipziger Gesangbuch. 69 (1983), pp. 9–31. It is important to understand the basics of how modulations work, or you will not be able to make sense of what Bach is doing. -Each chorale is given it's own page for easy viewing -Plenty of space for notes and analysis -Spiral binding sits easily on any music stand Be sure to see our other fine publication: J.S. 514–543. Christ lag in Todesbanden — Five chorale settings of Martin Luther’s tune arranged by BWV. 38, No. •Melodies should be something easy to sing with a recognisable tune. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1972. Jump to:    It has been written for A2 students at King Edward VI College in Stourbridge, and is suitable for A level (particularly Edexcel) and first year undergraduate study. Each of the chorales of J.S. Schulze, Hans–Joachim. 1 (February 2005), pp. Kielian–Gilbert, Marianne. Bach: A … All settings are placed in the same key for easier comparison. The individual chorales BWV 253-438 have survived by way of this Breitkopf collection. "On the Recognition of Bach and ’the Bach Chorale’: Eighteenth–Century Perspectives", in Bach: Essays on His Life and Music, Harvard University Press (1994), pp.383–390. •Bach Chorales are meant to be sung by four part harmony – SATB, originally for Lutheran churches in Germany. Articles      All settings are aligned and placed in the same key for easy comparison. 34–43. Hill, David. 61 (1975), pp.50–61. Schon Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, einer der Söhne Johann Sebastian Bachs, betonte den Nutzen der Choräle als Studienobjekte für die „Lehrbegierigen der Setzkunst“. "Daniel Vetter and the Domestic Keyboard Chorale in Bach’s Leipzig," Early Music, Vol. Rose, Stephen. Timeline of Events Related to Bach Chorale Collections: a chronology of events related to the important early collections of Bach chorales, with particular focus on the Birnstiel–Breitkopf publications. BWV: 19.7, 25.6, 30.6, 32.6, 39.7, 70.7, 194.6 Meredith, Sarah. 81–100. Among his many, more complex, musical compositions are a setting of chorale tunes, 371 of them in Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten — Seven chorale settings of Georg Neumark’s tune placed in the same key for easy comparison and arranged by date. This report contains 31 pages. 51–79. 4 (Fall 2005), pp.503–520. —forthcoming— Before you look at the examples of modulations on the following pages, you should read the notes below carefully. Untersuchungen zu den Druckausgaben von 1765 bis 1932 und zur Frage der Authentizität," Bach–Jahrbuch, Vol. Bach," Journal of Music Theory, Vol. 40–63. Marshall, Robert L. The Music of Johann Sebastian Bach: The Sources, the Style, the Significance. The complexity of Bach’s harmony is made plain as each chorale is treated much like a jazz chord chart would be. J.S. Marshall, Robert L. The Compositional Process of J.S. Marshall, Robert L. The Compositional Process of J.S. "Modal Identity and Irregular Endings in Two Chorale Harmonizations by J.S. Leaver, Robin. These 371 chorale harmonizations, extracted from hundreds of cantatas, passions and other sacred works, have for centuries served as models for exquisite tonal harmonic thinking. Contents 1 Introduction 1 1.1 Temperley, David. The chorale variation sets by Johann Sebastian Bach represent the culmination of a long tradition, which is itself a merger of two older traditions—the organ chorale, specifically the ornamented chorale, and the secular variation set. Bach, son of Johann Sebastian. Bach Chorale No.26 Auf meinem lieben Gott BWV 188. Each chorale is neatly arranged and presented in … "’Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern’ in the Chorale Cantatas of J.S. Here in one package is a rosetta stone that uncovers the countless mysteries of Bach’s masterful compositional art. Wachowski, Gerd. All settings are placed in the same key for easy comparison. BWV: 5.7, 89.6, 136.6, 148.6, 188.6. "Die vierstimmigen Choräle Johann Sebastian Bachs. All settings are aligned and placed in the same key for easy comparison. Pendragon Press, 1995. Harmonisation of Bach chorales KBS project report Martin Elmer J˝rgensen, arskort 951174, S˝ren Tjagvad Madsen, arskort 961701. "Inventing the Bach Chorale," in: Engaging Bach: The Keyboard Legacy from Marpurg to Mendelssohn. (topic(s): general) BWV: 2.6, 77.6, 153.1 Bach’s significance for the chorale is not determined by the few original melodies he evidently contributed but rather At bach–chorales.com you will find high quality renderings of each Bach chorale, accompanied with thorough contextual information that incorporates the most up–to–date research. Bach Chorale No.3 Ach Gott und Herr BWV 255. 77-101. Bach Johann Sebastian Bach (1685—1750) was one of the great musical geniuses of all time. Bach is intended to be limited to the harmony and harmonic vocabulary of this great master using modern chord symbols and harmonic analysis. Platen, Emil. 22, No. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012. The important historical collections have their own collection pages, and only selected copies are here (371 chorales supervised by C.P.E. — an answer to this surprisingly complicated question. Bach Chorale Harmonization and Instrumental Counterpoint. 2 (April 1970), pp.198–220. This study of the chorales of J.S. Journal of Music Theory, Vol. Bach Chorale No.3 Ach Gott und Herr BWV 255 "A History of the Breitkopf Collection of J. S. Bach’s Four–Part Chorales" — a thorough account by Thomas Braatz and posted at www.bach–cantatas.com. Join the many satisfied customers in such places as Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Croatia, Dominican Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Puerto Rico, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and throughout the United States who now own this unique and eye-opening edition of the Bach chorales. Bach: A Study of the Autograph Scores of the Vocal Works. Combining north German musical precedent Wolffrefers to Bach’scollection of 370 four-part chorales that charted the course for tonal harmony. Bach’s Chorales. 14, No. Bach composed a total of over 350 chorales, which come from two sources, the C.P.E. Bachs zusammen getragen’: Eine Handschrift Carl Friedrich Faschs in der Bibliothek der Sing–Akademie zu Berlin," Jahrbuchs des Staatlichen Instituts fur Musikforschung Preussischer Kulturbesitz. I have included the corresponding number of each chorale as they appear in the common Riemenschneider 371 Harmonized Chorales (R) and Kalmus 389 Chorales (K) as well as the attendant BWV number. A2 Music Bach Chorales These 20 chorale exercises (with solutions) are intended for use in preparation for EdExcel A2 tests. In the Passion, as elsewhere, Bach uses his mastery of musical forms to create powerful contrasts of mood. Burns, Lori. "The Time of the Sign: ’O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden’ in Bach’s St. Matthew Passion," The Journal of Musicology, Vol. No. BWV: 4.8, 158.4, 277, 278, 279 Bach Composed Four–Part Chorales," The Musical Quarterly, Vol. Listing Bach's compositions Some of the early biographies of Johann Sebastian Bach contain lists of his compositions. 121–149. 40–63. Bach," The Choral Journal, Vol. A second version presents the settings in their original keys. Marshall, Robert L. "How J.S. 50, No.1, Fiftieth Anniversary Issue (Spring, 2006), pp.103–110. "’Vierstimmige Choräle, aus den Kirchen Stäken des Herrn J.S. Bach. Bach’s four-part (or four-voice) chorales are classical music’s ultimate masterpieces in harmony. Analyzing a Chorale by J.S. "Speculations Regarding the Original Liturgical Occasions of the Individual BWV 253–438 Chorales" — a listing of speculations regarding the liturgical occasions of individual chorales surviving from secondary sources. Stokowski casts Bach’s contrapuntal setting as an ornamentation of Nicolai’s original chorale melody, which he regards as the work’s centerpiece; Bantock treats the chorale melody as merely a foundation upon which to build a The Grove Music Online entry on "chorale," co–written by Robert L. Marshall and Robin Leaver, puts it aptly: J.S. Chorales with Written–out Aufgesangen, Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein — Three chorale settings arranged by date. The modern musician who may not be so familiar with music theory and harmonic analysis will still benefit from this edition of the Bach chorales as each chord is identified above the staff with modern chord symbolism. Bach Chorales 201 – 300 listed alphabetically as they appear in the 413 Here is a listing of Bach Chorales 201 – 300 as they appear in this edition. A note-by-note analysis of Bach’s marvelous technique is given in a way that allows the reader to instantly grasp the many subtleties found in them. Comparative Scores      45, No.1 (2014), pp. "Parallel Fifths & Octaves in the Chorales" — an account of the consecutive fifths and octaves appearing in the chorales and the editorial liberties taken in regard to these consecutives by early editors of Bach chorale collections. Harmonic Analysis of J.S. In gewissem und eingeschränktem Sinne können die Choräle auch als Studienobjekte für die „Lehrbegierigen der tonalen Funktionen der Akkorde“ gesehen werden. By understanding the way Bach "Zur Echtheit einiger Choralsätze Bachs," Bach–Jahrbuch, Vol. Instead, it works to give the oratorio coherence, the wa… 389 Chorale Settings Alt ernative. Wolff, Christoph. no repetitions (i.e., each syllable of the hymn text is sung one time) Around 400 of such chorale settings by Bach, mostly composed in the first four decades of the 18th century, are extant: Around half of that number are chorales which were transmitted in the context of larger vocal works such as cantatas, motets, Passions and oratorios.

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