He have always written only "b. The way b. In fact the baroque idea of b. It wasand Bach did specify a harpsichord on that occasion -- though it's true that this was not his usual practice. The version is one of the few works for which a part is actually labelled 'cembalo' and thorough-bass figures are added for every movement.
Bach's complaints about the state of the harpsichord for the first performance further suggest that the harpsichord always belonged with the forces of this work". These words also appear in Butt's notes for Parrott's recording -- which indeed, like Suzuki's, uses the version, including the alterations to the texts of several arias.
The letter of April 2,written by Franz Ernst von Wallis [ Wolff goes on to cite evidence suggesting that Bach's health declined later that month -- after the Passion had been performed.
Nicholas Church in Leipzig : 1. The autograph score, a later autograph copy from c. Nicholas Church — parts of the SJP derive from the Weimar period and some were already composed in ] does not specifically designate a harpsichord in the b. Thomas Church, LP. Nicholas Church. The separate, added sheets for the Organo accompaniment for one mvt. Bach only copied mvt. Otherwise, only corrections and slight additions are noticed here and there.
Bach providing only a few corrections and additions. The performance of the SJP on April 4, may have been one of the last performances that Bach personally conducted. Schering p. However, the deteriorating condition of this organ became, from time to time, an ongoing concern for Bach so that there was often an element of unpredictability regarding its use as a continuo instrument.
Schering indicates that the portable organ Positiv used for weddings would be next possibility available to Bach. Because of the extremely cramped quarters available in this church, the positioning of instruments such as the harpsichord might have caused problems.
Nevertheless, a harpsichord was always present, if not always usable, in the limited space available in the balcony of the St. Nicholas Church p. Schering lists the years for which payments were made for servicing this instrument. InBach tried to get the existing instrument repaired for his performance of the SJP. Nothing is documented until skip which was a year of mourning and from is uncertainmaintenance records are available.
This means that this instrument was being utilized. It is interesting that most HIP recordings avoid the use of the harpsichord particularly for recitatives which was the preferred instrument for most non-HIP recordings. I wonder what musicologists will write of performance practices of today's church music years from now. Every Catholic church I have been in has an organ, but a piano is usually used today during church services at least at the several churches I attend on a regular basis.
Particularly rare is the occasion when multiple instruments are used, and then usually only in a cathedral or in a church where the pastor or another priest has an interest in music. Many of the beautiful old churches have magnificant pipe organs which are rarely used. I just wrote this morning to another list that the Church historically fostered music.
Not so today. Rather than oratorios, cantatas and anthemns many church are going with folk masses and praises ditties. A shame. So probably musicoligists years from now won't be writing about today's church music. Question on score differences Maria Dimaki wrote February 20, : Perhaps some of you may be able to satisfy my curiosity. My LP is currently practising for a performance of Bach's Johannes Passion in the end of March.
Since the choir has a rather long history and some members have been singing in it for about 40 years we are currently singing from 3 different editions. Two of them are the old and the new Peters edition. I cannot remember what the other is, but it is at least 12 years old.
We have discovered a lot of differences between the editions and the strange part is that nearly all of them are between the old and the new Peters edition. These are differences in notes in all voices and differences in the placements of the words. Our conductor has chosen to follow the new Peters edition since her score is so and since most of the choir has that edition. I have listened to two performances and they are agreeing with the old Peters edition with the exception of an F, which is sung as it is in the new Peters, so as an F.
The new Peters edition has a prologue where they explain that the new edition is based on some new discoveries and studies of the work. So my question to you is, how much can two editions differ? It is the same score they are "copying" from after all. Didn't Bach write clear enough? Did he leave several copies that are all different with each other?
How much of an editor's mind comes into an edition? Editors have a forest of choices, even if they plan to go with a single source as the main one Because it was not so expensive, because of Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and Christa Ludwig and mostly because I have fallen in love with a couple of delicate arias in this Passion. Go placidly amidst the noise and the haste David Glenn Lebut Jr. What do you think of those recordings? And could you point me out to where if there be any I could find a recording of the complete Version I and possibly version III of the Johannespassion as well as a recording of the version of Nr.
I don't know how often CPE re-used Nr. Richter's SJP is indeed magnificent. Modern can we really say non-HIP? If I pick up a Rilling CD, it'll be his fourth recording of the B minor Mass but at this point, I'd rather 'wait' LP upcoming releases from conductors I prefer such as Suzuki and van Veldhoven.
I only have Rock'N'Roll culture which makes for unusual quoting. And I look for something else. Philip Ambrose's of that movement into English.
He does not give the German text at all. As to the links, thanks. I will file them away for future use. It also mention a projected performance of the Matthaeuspassion of by Emanuel Bach. Do you know whither I could fia copy of its text and those of the other Passionen of Emanuel Bach? Do you know whither I could find a copy BWV 245 (Vinyl its text and those of the other Passionen of Emanuel Bach?
As for the performances of the Sing-Akademie, I think that they will prepare the scores themselves from the material found LP Kiev.
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