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Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält BWV [neue Nr.] ; BWV Anh. 71 ; Emans Sie entspricht der bis dahin unter BWV Anh. 71 aufgeführten. Listen Download MP3: Chorale Fantasia: “Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält” ( BWV ) for String Quartet 7x⬇ 73x View Download PDF. Check out Fantasia “Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält”, BWV by Bernard Foccroulle on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD’s and MP3s now.

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A copy of the chorale fantasia resurfaced on 15 March at an auction of items from the collection of the 19th-century Bach scholar Wilhelm Rust. After an introductory section, the ornamented chorale appears in the right hand beginning with bar 12, proceeding verse by verse with interludes, chromaticism and echo sections. It concludes with a coda in a flurry typical of stylus phantasticus. Bach,” which contained as fascicle No.

Learning about the piece, Wilhelm Rust had the manuscript sent on a library loan to Berlin, where he copied it in 11128 Fantasia sopra il Chorale. IV of his second edition of J. II 71where it remained in subsequent versions of the catalogue that were printed in the 20th century.

II 71, went up for auction on 15 March On 10 June Ortus published the score, based on two 19th-century manuscript sources: Organ music — In music, the organ is a keyboard instrument of one or more pipe divisions, each played with its own keyboard, played either with gwv hands on a keyboard or with the feet using pedals.

The organ is an old musical instrument, dating from the time of Ctesibius of Alexandria. It was played throughout the Ancient Greek and Ancient Roman world, subsequently it re-emerged as a secular and recital instrument in the Classical music tradition. Pipe organs use air moving through pipes to produce sounds, since the 16th century, pipe organs have used various materials for pipes, which can vary widely in timbre and volume.

The pipes are bwwv into ranks and controlled by the use of hand stops, although bav keyboard is not expressive as on a piano and does not affect dynamics, some divisions may be enclosed in a swell box, allowing the dynamics to be controlled by shutters.

Some organs are enclosed, meaning that all the divisions can be controlled by one set of shutters. Some special registers with free reed pipes are expressive and these instruments vary greatly in size, ranging from a cubic yard to a height reaching five floors, and are built in churches, synagogues, concert halls, and homes.

Small organs are called positive or portative, increasingly hybrid organs are appearing in which pipes are augmented with electronic additions. Great economies of space and cost are possible especially when the lowest of the pipes can be replaced, non-piped organs include the reed organ or harmonium, which like the accordion and harmonica use air to excite free reeds.

Electronic organs or digital organs, notably the Hammond organ, generate electronically produced sound through one or more loudspeakers, mechanical organs include the barrel organ, water organ, and Orchestrion. These are controlled by means such as pinned barrels or book music.

Little barrel organs dispense with the hands of an organist and bigger organs are powered in most cases by a grinder or today by other means such as an electric motor.

The pipe organ is the grandest musical instrument in size and scope, along with the clock, bwc was considered one of the most complex human-made mechanical creations before the Industrial Revolution. Pipe organs range in size from a short keyboard to huge instruments with over 10, bvw. A large modern organ typically has three or four keyboards with five each, and a two-and-a-half octave pedal board.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart called the organ the King of instruments, some of the biggest instruments have foot pipes, and it sounds to an 8 Hz frequency fundamental tone. For instance, the Wanamaker organ, located in Philadelphia, USA, has sonic resources comparable with three simultaneous symphony orchestras, most organs in Europe, the Americas, and Australasia can be found in Christian churches. The introduction of organs is traditionally attributed to Pope Vitalian in the 7th century.

Bachs compositions include the Brandenburg Concertos, the Goldberg Variations, the Mass in B minor and his music is revered for its technical command, artistic beauty, and intellectual depth.

He is now regarded as one of the greatest composers of all time. Bach was born in Eisenach, in the duchy of Saxe-Eisenach and his father Johann Ambrosius Bach was the director of the town musicians, and all of his uncles were professional musicians.

His father probably taught him to play the violin and harpsichord, apparently at his own initiative, Bach bvw St. He was the eighth and youngest child of Nwv Ambrosius, who taught him violin. His uncles were all musicians, whose posts included church organists, court chamber musicians.


One uncle, Johann Christoph Bach, introduced him to the organ, Bachs mother died inand his father died eight months later.

The year-old Bach moved in with his eldest brother, Johann Christoph Bach, there he studied, performed, and copied music, including his own brothers, despite being forbidden to do so because scores were so valuable and private and blank ledger paper of that type was costly. He received valuable teaching from his brother, who instructed him on the clavichord, also during this time he was taught theology, Latin, Greek, French and Italian at the local gymnasium.

By 3 April Bach and his schoolfriend Georg Erdmann—who was two years Bachs elder—were enrolled in the prestigious St. His two years there were critical in exposing Bach to a range of European culture.

In addition to singing in the choir, he played the Schools three-manual organ and he came into contact with sons of aristocrats from northern Germany, sent to the highly selective school to prepare for careers in other disciplines. Johns Church and possibly used the famous organ from His role there is unclear, but it probably included menial, non-musical duties, despite strong family connections and a musically enthusiastic employer, tension built up between Bach and the authorities after several years in the post.

Bach was dissatisfied with the standard of singers in the choir and he called one of them a Zippel Fagottist. Organ console — The pipe organ is played from an area called the console or keydesk, which holds the manuals, pedals, and stop controls.

In electric-action organs, the console is often movable and this allows for greater flexibility in placement of the console for various activities. Controls at the console called stops select which ranks and pipes are used, different combinations of stops change the timbre of the instrument considerably. The selection of stops is called the registration, on modern organs, the registration can be changed instantaneously with the aid of a combination action, usually featuring pistons.

Pistons are buttons that can be pressed by the organist to change registrations, in the latter case they are called toe studs or toe pistons.

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Most large organs have both preset and programmable pistons, with some of the couplers repeated for convenience as pistons, programmable pistons allow comprehensive control over changes in registration. Newer organs may have multiple levels of memory, allowing each piston to be programmed more than once. This allows more than one organist to store their own registrations, many newer consoles also feature MIDI, which allows the organist to record performances.

It also allows a keyboard to be plugged in, which assists in tuning. In modern organ building, a standardized scheme is used for the layout of the stops.

The stops controlling each division are grouped together, within these, the standard arrangement is for the lowest sounding stops to be placed at the bottom of the columns, with the higher pitched stops placed above this, the mixtures are placed above this. On the left side, the Pedal division is on the outside.

Other divisions can be placed on side, depending on the amount of space available. Manual couplers and octave extensions are placed either within the stop knobs of the divisions that they control, the pistons, if present, are placed directly under the manual they control. To be more accurate, organs built along historical models will often use older schemes for organizing the keydesk controls.

The organ is played with at least one keyboard, with configurations featuring from two to five keyboards being the most common, a keyboard to be played by the hands is called a manual, an organ with four keyboards is said to have four manuals. Most organs also have a pedalboard, a keyboard to be played by the feet. The collection of ranks controlled by a particular manual is called a division, the names of the divisions of the organ vary geographically and stylistically.

Pedal keyboard — A pedalboard is a keyboard played with the feet that is usually used to produce the low-pitched bass line of a piece of music.

Training in pedal technique is wbv of standard organ pedagogy in church music, pedalboards are found at the base of the console of most pipe organs, theatre organs, and electronic organs.

Standalone pedalboards such as the s-era Moog Taurus bass pedals are hwv in progressive rock. In the 21st century, MIDI pedalboard controllers are used bdv synthesizers, electronic Hammond-style organs, pedalboards are also used with pedal pianos and with some harpsichords, clavichords, and carillons.

The 1218 use of pedals on an organ grew out of the need to hold bass drone notes. Indeed, the pedal point, which refers to a prolonged bass tone under changing upper harmonies, derives from the use of the organ pedalboard to hold sustained bass notes. These earliest pedals were wooden stubs nicknamed mushrooms which were placed at the height of the feet and these pedals, which used simple pulldowns connected directly to the manual keys, are found in organs dating to the 13th century.


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The pedals on French organs were composed of short stubs of wood projecting out of the floor which were mounted in pedalboards that could be flat or bvw. Organists were unable to play anything but simple lines or slow-moving plainsong melodies on these short stub-type pedals.

Power Biggs, in the notes for his album Organs of Spain noted that One can learn to play them. There were two used for the accidental notes. The first approach can be seen in the Halberstadt organ, other organs positioned the black keys on the same level and depth as the white keys. By the 14th century, organ designers were building separate windchests for the pedal division and these windchests were often built into tall structures called organ towers.

Until the 15th century, most pedal keyboards only triggered the existing Hauptwerk pipes already used by the manual keyboards. By the early 17th century, pedal divisions became more complex, nevertheless, the pedal division was usually inconsistent from one country to another.

In German, its name is shortened to Liebfrauenkirche but it is also referred to as Marienkirche. The church was built between and bwf, replacing two former churches but keeping their towers and it is one of the most important buildings of the late Gothic period in central Germany.

Its four towers, together with the Red Tower of the city hall, are the landmark of the city, justus Jonas introduced the Reformation into Halle, and his friend Martin Luther preached.

George Frideric Handel was baptized in the church and received his first organ lessons, Johann Sebastian Bach inspected the new organ, and his son Wilhelm Bwb Bach was 1182 organist. The important beginnings of both pietism and Enlightenment were connected to the church in Halle, severely damaged in World War II, it was restored and is a historic monument. The Market Church was built between and at the location of two predecessors, St.

The Church of St. Gertrude to the west dated from 11th century and was the church of the makers in the center of Halle on the Hallmarkt. Marys Church to the east dated from the 12th century and had been the church of the merchants and tradesmen of this mining 1218 on the Marktplatz. Cardinal Albrecht of Brandenburg, Archbishop of Magdeburg and Elector of Mainz, Albrecht, who feared for his bwc of mind in the heaven, had collected more than 8, relics and 42 holy skeletons which needed to be stored.

These precious treasures known as Hallesches Heilthum and indirectly related to the sale of indulgences had triggered the Reformation a few years before.

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Notably on 31 October Martin Luther wrote his famous 95 Theses, in which he condemned the trade with indulgences and sent a copy to his cardinal Albrecht and it was also decided to close the two cemeteries surrounding the churches. A new burial site was chosen — the Martinsberg, a hill outside the town — and this cemetery with 94 arches, designed by Nickel Hoffman, is a masterpiece of the Renaissance.

From to the old nave of St. Gertrude was demolished, what remained were the Blue Towers dating from aroundwith their spires, which had been added in and bbwv On the east side the Watchmens Towers of St. Today, the new church built between the two pairs of towers is the last great hall church of the Upper Saxon Gothic style and is one of the outstanding architectural works of its days in Central Germany.

It was designed by the master builder, Caspar Krafft. After his death in his successor, Nickel Hoffmann, took over the construction of the end of the hall. The church was built in two phases, the first from to and, after an interruption, the second from to Halle is an economic and educational center in central-eastern Germany, the University of Halle-Wittenberg is the largest university in Saxony-Anhalt and one of the oldest universities in Germany, and a nurturing ground for the local startup ecosystem.

Together with Leipzig, Halle is at the heart of the Central German Metropolitan Region, Leipzig, one of eastern Germanys other major cities, is only 35 kilometres away. Halles early history is connected with harvesting of salt, the name Halle reflects early Celtic settlement given that halen is the Brythonic word for salt.