J. S. Bach Two Pieces for Organ (Fantasia C Major BWV 573 and Sinfonia D Major from Cantata No. 29)
Organ - Advanced Intermediate
Composed by Hans-Andre Stamm (1958-). Arranged by Hans-Andre Stamm. Baroque Period, Sacred, Recital. Score. 16 pages. Published by Hans-Andre Stamm (S0.139595).
Item Number: S0.139595
Both pieces do not belong to the compendium of Bach's published organ works.
The beautiful Fantasia C major BWV 573 for organ was left unfinished by J. S. Bach, which is regrettable, but Hans-André Stamm did his best to complete the fragment in the spirit of the 'Godfather of organ music'.
Sinfonia D-Dur is originally composed for violin solo and was later transcribed by Bach for organ with accompaniment of strings, 3 trumpets and timpani forming the introduction of cantata no. 29.
Stamm's arrangement of this movement represents an optimal compromise: it reduces the technical performing difficulties, which signifies the known available arrangements, reducing the chord accents of strings and brass of the orchestral part especially in difficult passages of the right hand in the sense of the original violin solo version, resulting in a more transparent sonority.
Fantasia C Major www.youtube.com/watch?v=9L9m2DzojZU
Sinfonia D major www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAO6G7l5sdk
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