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The Resource Quartalstücke, I, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach ; edited by Mark W. Knoll ; Appendix C edited by Clemens Harasim

Quartalstücke, I, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach ; edited by Mark W. Knoll ; Appendix C edited by Clemens Harasim

Label
Quartalstücke, I
Title
Quartalstücke
Title number
I
Statement of responsibility
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach ; edited by Mark W. Knoll ; Appendix C edited by Clemens Harasim
Creator
Contributor
Composer
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • ger
  • ger
  • ger
Related
Member of
Contains
Accompanying matter
  • technical information on music
  • historical information
Cataloging source
TDF
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  • soprano voice
  • tenor voice
  • bass voice
  • soprano voice
  • alto voice
  • tenor voice
  • bass voice
Form of composition
cantatas
Format of music
score
Language note
German words, also printed separately as text (pages xxv-xxix)
LC call number
M3
LC item number
.B
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
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  • SATB
  • SATB
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Staff notation
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  • orchestra
  • mixed chorus
  • mixed chorus
  • orchestra
Series statement
The complete works. Series V, Choral music / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Series volume
volume 2.1
Label
Quartalstücke, I, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach ; edited by Mark W. Knoll ; Appendix C edited by Clemens Harasim
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Sacred cantatas for Easter celebrations
  • For chorus (SATB), vocal soloists (STB (Wq 244, 242, 241) or SATB (Wq 243)), and orchestra with continuo
  • Wq 244 (H. 803) given in the Berlin version; the final movement is BWV 342 by J.S. Bach, to which C.P.E. Bach added flutes
  • Wq 242, 241, and 243 (H. 804, 805, and 807) are pasticcios; Wq 242 contains music by C.P.E. Bach, J.S. Bach, C.H. Graun, and Homilius; Wq. 241 and 243 contain new and previously composed music by C.P.E. Bach and harmonizations, possibly by C.P.E. Bach or others, of previously existing chorale melodies
  • Wq 242 (H. 804) contains the opening chorus from J.S. Bach's Weichnachtsoratorium (movement 1), newly composed recitatives by C.P.E. Bach (movements 2 and 4), an aria taken from C.H.Graun's Italian cantata Fidi compagni a suon di tromba, GraunWV B:III:27, using a new German text (movement 3), an aria borrowed from the cantata Uns schützet Israels Gott, HoWV II.78, by Homilius (movement 5), and a harmonization of unknown origin of the chorale melody Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (movement 6)
  • Wq 241 (H. 805) contains 3 different chorale melody harmonizations of unknown origin of Nun danket alle Gott (movements 1, 5 and 9), newly composed recitatives by C.P.E. Bach (movements 4 and 7), a borrowed recitative from Wq 242 (H. 804) (movement 2), music for an aria composed by C.P.E. Bach for the Einführungsmusik Palm, H. 821a (movement 6), and the arietta and double-choir work Heilig, Wq 217 (H. 778) (movement 8)
  • Wq 243 (H. 807) contains a newly composed aria (movement 3), a composite movement for chorus containing a chorus originally composed for the Einführungsmusik Hornbostel, H. 821e, transposed up a whole step, and an arrangement of the song Halleluja, Jesus lebet, Wq 198/14 (H. 752/14) (movement 1), newly composed recitatives (movements 2, 4, and 6), an aria used in several earlier works (movement 5), a chorus incorporating music originally used for a Magnificat in 1749 (movement 7), and a chorale melody harmonization of unknown origin (movement 8)
  • Appendix A contains harmonizations by Telemann of choral melodies used in different performing versions of Wq 244; appendix B contains the original setting by Graun of the aria Fende il sol con suoi bei raggi from GraunWV B:III:27; appendix C contains Amen! Lob und Preis und Stärke, Wq 226 (H. 834), used as a replacement chorus for the opening chorale in Wq 241 (H. 805)
  • Figured bass unrealized
  • Includes prefaces and introduction in English
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Gott hat den Herrn auferwecket : Wq 244 / incorporating music by Johann Sebastian Bach -- Jauchzet, frohlocket : W. 242 / incorporating music by Johann Sebastian Bach, Carl Heinrich Graun, and Gottfried August Homilius -- Nun danket alle Gott : Wq 241 -- Anbetung dem Erbarmer : Wq 243
Dimensions
33 cm.
Extent
1 score (xxix, 301 pages, 12 pages of plates)
Isbn
9781933280844
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
facsimiles
System control number
(OCoLC)932752480
Label
Quartalstücke, I, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach ; edited by Mark W. Knoll ; Appendix C edited by Clemens Harasim
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Sacred cantatas for Easter celebrations
  • For chorus (SATB), vocal soloists (STB (Wq 244, 242, 241) or SATB (Wq 243)), and orchestra with continuo
  • Wq 244 (H. 803) given in the Berlin version; the final movement is BWV 342 by J.S. Bach, to which C.P.E. Bach added flutes
  • Wq 242, 241, and 243 (H. 804, 805, and 807) are pasticcios; Wq 242 contains music by C.P.E. Bach, J.S. Bach, C.H. Graun, and Homilius; Wq. 241 and 243 contain new and previously composed music by C.P.E. Bach and harmonizations, possibly by C.P.E. Bach or others, of previously existing chorale melodies
  • Wq 242 (H. 804) contains the opening chorus from J.S. Bach's Weichnachtsoratorium (movement 1), newly composed recitatives by C.P.E. Bach (movements 2 and 4), an aria taken from C.H.Graun's Italian cantata Fidi compagni a suon di tromba, GraunWV B:III:27, using a new German text (movement 3), an aria borrowed from the cantata Uns schützet Israels Gott, HoWV II.78, by Homilius (movement 5), and a harmonization of unknown origin of the chorale melody Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (movement 6)
  • Wq 241 (H. 805) contains 3 different chorale melody harmonizations of unknown origin of Nun danket alle Gott (movements 1, 5 and 9), newly composed recitatives by C.P.E. Bach (movements 4 and 7), a borrowed recitative from Wq 242 (H. 804) (movement 2), music for an aria composed by C.P.E. Bach for the Einführungsmusik Palm, H. 821a (movement 6), and the arietta and double-choir work Heilig, Wq 217 (H. 778) (movement 8)
  • Wq 243 (H. 807) contains a newly composed aria (movement 3), a composite movement for chorus containing a chorus originally composed for the Einführungsmusik Hornbostel, H. 821e, transposed up a whole step, and an arrangement of the song Halleluja, Jesus lebet, Wq 198/14 (H. 752/14) (movement 1), newly composed recitatives (movements 2, 4, and 6), an aria used in several earlier works (movement 5), a chorus incorporating music originally used for a Magnificat in 1749 (movement 7), and a chorale melody harmonization of unknown origin (movement 8)
  • Appendix A contains harmonizations by Telemann of choral melodies used in different performing versions of Wq 244; appendix B contains the original setting by Graun of the aria Fende il sol con suoi bei raggi from GraunWV B:III:27; appendix C contains Amen! Lob und Preis und Stärke, Wq 226 (H. 834), used as a replacement chorus for the opening chorale in Wq 241 (H. 805)
  • Figured bass unrealized
  • Includes prefaces and introduction in English
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Gott hat den Herrn auferwecket : Wq 244 / incorporating music by Johann Sebastian Bach -- Jauchzet, frohlocket : W. 242 / incorporating music by Johann Sebastian Bach, Carl Heinrich Graun, and Gottfried August Homilius -- Nun danket alle Gott : Wq 241 -- Anbetung dem Erbarmer : Wq 243
Dimensions
33 cm.
Extent
1 score (xxix, 301 pages, 12 pages of plates)
Isbn
9781933280844
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
facsimiles
System control number
(OCoLC)932752480

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