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Chorales 1-91
Piano Solo
By Johann Sebastian Bach

Piano, Piano/Keyboard - Difficulty: medium-difficult
Piano Solo. Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Arranged by Charles Boyd, Albert Riemenschneider. Piano Collection. Baroque. Vocal score book. With vocal score notation (open score in German; closed score in English), introductory text and. 127 pages. G. Schirmer #ED1628. Published by G. Schirmer (HL.50327410).

Item Number: HL.50327410

ISBN 9781423474739. 9x12 inches. Boyd/Riemenschneider.

Includes a bibliography and notes on the chorales.

  • The 'behold, O Lord Many Foes 
  • Preserve My Faith from Error Free 
  • The 'in God Lord Most Just 
  • What Though Our Sins Are Manifold 
  • Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia! 
  • With Joyful Heart We Now Surround 
  • Jesus, Source of Heavenly Light 
  • Lord Jesu, Blessed Prince of Peace 
  • Come, O Death, of Sleep the Brother 
  • The 'the Day Hath Dawned Day of Days 
  • Open Wide for Me the Portal 
  • All This He Did That He Might Prove 
  • Awake Us, Lord, We Pray to Thee 
  • Acknowledge Me, My Keeper 
  • Beside Thee, Lord 
  • Commit Thy Ways, O Pilgrim 
  • O Head, All Bruised and Wounded 
  • When I Too Am Departing 
  • Alas, Dear Lord, What Evil Hast Thou Done Now 
  • Peter, Who Doth Not Recall 
  • Wake, My Heart 
  • Then Pass Forever Now, All Empty Pleasure 
  • Today He Opens Us the Door 
  • Though Thou Wert Captive, Lord Divine 
  • Glory Be To God The Father 
  • The 'praise Be God Father, Done 
  • Eternity, Tremendous Word 
  • Help Us, O Lord, from Age to Age 
  • And Kingly Pilgrims, Long Foretold 
  • When All Around Is Darkling 
  • The 'beholdre Lies in Darkened Stall 
  • Thee, Dear Lord, with Heed I'll Cherish 
  • What God Does, Ever Well Is Done 
  • Sing, Pray, and Keep His Ways Unswerving 
  • If Pain and Woe Must Follow Sin 
  • Wake or Asleep, in Life or Death 
  • O How Futile, How Inutile 
  • Yes, Methinks I Now Behold It 
  • He Brings the Year of Jubilee 
  • I Send My Cries Unto the Lord 
  • Still Shall They Leave That Word His Might 
  • Assert Thy Power with All Speed 
  • Break Forth, O Lovely Morning Light 
  • Be Not Cast Down When He Delays 
  • It Is Enough! Lord, by Thy Wise Decree 
  • For the Inmost Heart-Recesses 
  • These Mercies We're Adoring 
  • O Help Us, Lord, Thy Servants Crowned 
  • Lord Jesus Christ, My Only Stay 
  • O Lord, Forgive Our Sins So Great 
  • Lord, as Thou Wilt, Deal Thou with Me 
  • 'Tis Well! No More Lament! 
  • I Believe, Lord; Help My Frailty 
  • No Child of Man Upon This Earth 
  • The 'he Is the Hope Saving Light 
  • His Word, Baptism, and Sacrament 
  • For, as a Tender Father 
  • And Grant Me, Lord, to Do 
  • My Trust Is Bold 
  • Who Could So Rudely Smite Thee 
  • Lift Thy Head and Proudly Sing 
  • Let Us Watch Then, Pray with Heed 
  • Thy Will Be Done On Earth, O Lord 
  • This Is the Father's Pleasure 
  • Glory Unto Thee Be Given 
  • What Here May Shine 
  • What My God Wills Is Best Alway 
  • Sin Brought Us Grief 
  • Glory to God in Highest Heaven 
  • So That We All with One Accord 
  • Honor to Thee, O Christ, Be Paid 
  • For the Baptist's Voice Is Crying 
  • Jesu, Guard and Guide Thy Members 
  • O Lord, I Love Thee from My Heart 
  • True Faith to Me Vouchsafe, Lord 
  • With God My Guard and Shepherd True 
  • Jesus, Priceless Treasure 
  • In Thine Arms I Rest Me 
  • Hence with Earthly Treasure! 
  • Fare Thee Well That Errest 
  • Hence, All Fears and Sadness! 
  • I Give Myself Into Thy Pleasure 
  • Rule Over Dead and Living 
  • Thou Sweetest Love! Pray We Heartily 
  • I Stand Beside Thy Manger Here 
  • Jesus, Bread of Life from Heaven 
  • God, Who Ordained the Earth So Fair 
  • Grant Us Thy Peace, We Pray Thee, Lord 
  • Thanks Be to God, Who from the Pit 
  • World, Farewell! of Thee I'm Tired 
  • Though I Lapsed, and Straying Wander 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Ginny Roedig
    Cleveland, OH
    Difficulty Level:
    Not sure
  • August 15, 2008 Bach Chorales 1-91 in C-clefs

    This is an excellent resource if you would like to master the art of reading C-clefs. The first section presents the chorales in open staff, C-clef with text in German. The latter section presents the same chorales in close staff with an English translation of the text. Preceeding...

    both of these are scholarly notes on each of the chorales. I found it to be very useful.

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  • 5

    Saco, ME
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  • January 21, 2008 It is what it is!

    It is what it is. Bach chorales. Great print. Have fun

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  • 4

    PIttsburgh, PA
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  • November 16, 2007 Open Score for clef reading

    This is a good book for practicing reading the various clefs, alto, tenor, bass and the g clef. It also is helpful for learning to read a score and realize a score on the piano or organ.

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  • 5

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  • August 06, 2007 Excellent Resource

    This volume presents the chorales in both open score form (with soprano, alto, tenor, and bass clefs) as well as in piano score form. The first shows the lines as orginally written, requiring good score-reading skills to realize. The second format facilitates a faster reading and analysis of the...

    chorale, perfect for musicians wanting to study the chorales who may have weaker reading abilities.

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  • 5

    Russell Ger
    Sydney, Australia
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  • July 30, 2007 C-Clef Bach Chorales

    This book is brilliant for teaching fluency in the various clefs. However, I think its usefulness is somewhat limited to those people seeking to read full orchestral scores. It enables the learning of the Alto & Tenor clefs - and the Soprano clef is the same reading clarinet in A, which is...

    also important. As well as all this, it gives the committed person a deep understanding of Bach's chorale harmonisations, moreso than just reading them in treble&bass closed score because the level of concentration and assimilation is so much higher here.

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