Peter Williams: The Organ Music of J.S. Bach


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Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Catalogue #: 0-521-89115-9
ISBN: 9780521891158
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This new edition takes account of the Bach scholarship of the last 25 years.

Peter Williams's piece-by-piece commentary puts the musical sources of the organ works in context, describing the form and content of each work and relating them to other music, German and non-German. He summarises the questions about the history, authenticity, chronology, function and performance of each piece, and points out important details of style and musical quality.

The study follows the order of the Bach catalogue (BWV), beginning with the sonatas, then the 'free works', followed by chorales and ending with the doubtful works, including the 'newly discovered chorales' of 1985.



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Published on: 01/12/2003
Format: Reference
Length: 634 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Peter Williams

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