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This volume is a necessary corollary to any biographical study done on . It is, however, not by any means as complete a picture as one would like; only four of the 338 numbered letters in Prof.
As Kapellmeister at Hamburg from 1768 to 1788, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach composed 21 settings of the Passion narrative and 1 Passion oratorio (the Passion Cantata Die letzten Leiden des Erlösers H. 776). The tradition of the German oratorio Passion began in Hamburg in 1643 with Thomas Selle’s St John Passion and continued unbroken until the death of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach in 1788.
Bach, Stephen L. Clark. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach was born in Weimar on 8 March 1714. The story of the family's subsequent moves to Köthen in 1717 and Leipzig in 1723, and of Bach's early education, has been told elsewhere and will not be repeated here. Bach, Stephen L. I will only note that his musical training was sufficient by 1733 for Bach, at the age of 19, to apply for the position of organist at the Wenzelskirche in Naumburg. The application is the first of his letters to survive. He was not offered the job.
Bach also composed a number of four-part chorale harmonisations around 1735, including one setting of "An . To Johann Gottlob Immanuel Breitkopf, Hamburg, 27 December 1783", in Clark, Stephen L. (e., The Letters of .
Bach also composed a number of four-part chorale harmonisations around 1735, including one setting of "An Wasserflüssen Babylon", BWV 267. The main copyist was Johann Ludwig Dietel, one of Bach's pupils from the Thomasschule zu Leipzig. Bach, translated by Stephen L. Clark, Oxford University Press, pp. 199–200, ISBN 9780198162384. 1998), David, Hans . Mendel, Arthur; Wolff, Christoph (ed., The New Bach Reader: A Life of Johann Sebastian Bach in Letters and Documents, . Norton, ISBN 0393319563.
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Bach's Character Pieces and his Friendship Circle; Stephen . lark: The Letters from . Ramler; Etienne Darbellay: . Bach's Aesthetic as reflected in his Notation; Shelley . avis: .
Bach's letters are arguably the most significant extant collection by an eighteenth-century composer, with the notable exception of. .The Letters of C. Bach.
Bach's letters are arguably the most significant extant collection by an eighteenth-century composer, with the notable exception of Mozart's. They give a fascinating picture of the most famous son of . Very few of these letters.
Clark, Stephen . ed. and trans 38 Letter from C. Bach to Heinrich Wilhelm von Gerstenberg, Hamburg, 15 May 1772, in Briefe und Dokumente, ed. and trans. Bach (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997), 186. Incidentally, Breitkopf may also have suffered from gout. Bach's claim that six sonatas were composed in 1743 during an attack of the gout is not borne out by modern manuscript studies; the identity of the pieces thus remains contentious. See Clark, ed. 38 Letter from C. Suchalla, volume 1, 266–267 (document 112). 39 Clark, ed. Letters of C. Bach, 28.
Stephen L. Clark is at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs.
Author: C. P. E. Bach,Stephen L. Clark
Publisher: Clarendon Press (October 9, 1997)
Pages: 360 pages
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