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Complete Organ Works

Urtext

By Johann Gottfried Walther

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Organ
Urtext. Composed by Johann Gottfried Walther. Edited by Klaus Beckmann. Edition Breitkopf.

Johann Gottfried Walther worked in Weimar as an organist alongside J. S. Bach, and left an impressive compositional and theoretical oeuvre.

Baroque. Breitkopf and Haertel #EB-8678. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (BR.EB-8678).

Item Number: BR.EB-8678

ISBN 979-0-004-18042-6. 12 x 9 in inches.

Johann Gottfried Walther worked in Weimar as an organist alongside J. S. Bach, and left an impressive compositional and theoretical oeuvre. Johann Gottfried Walther worked in Weimar as an organist alongside J. S. Bach and left an impressive compositional and theoretical oeuvre. Klaus Beckmann presents a new edition of Walther's organ works in four volumes. Its underlying concept and arrangement of the various volumes are not the only aspects distinguishing it from the previous edition, which was still based on Max Seiffert's research. 1811 im Lauf weniger Wochen fur Heinrich Joseph Baermann (1784-1847) dem Klarinettisten der Munchner Hofkapelle dem das Werk auch gewidmet ist. Carl Maria von Weber schrieb sein Klarinettenkonzert f-moll 1811 im Lauf weniger Wochen fur Heinrich Joseph Baermann (1784-1847) dem Klarinettisten der Munchner Hofkapelle dem das Werk auch gewidmet ist. Die Urauffuhrung fand am 13. Juni 1811 in Munchen mit grossem Erfolg statt. Im Druck erschien das f-moll-Konzert erst 1822.

Das Werk weist die klassische dreisatzige Form auf. Aussergewohnlich sind dabei zwei kleine hochromantische Kammermusiksatze fur Klarinette und Horntrio die den Mittelteil und die Schlusstakte des Adagios darstellen.

Hauptquelle der vorliegenden Urtext-Ausgabe ist das Autograph.

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  • April 14, 2018 Walther the Bach relative

    I have enjoyed this book immensely. That being said, however, I am still stuck on his Fugue No. 3 in this book. It’s quite challenging to play it to tempo. But Walther had a very good sense of fugal writing and seeing as his cousin was the great J...

    .S. Bach he might have picked up a few pointers from him. Also what is important about this volume is that contains most of Walther’s “concertos” which he arranged for organ. You see, the Germans were assimilating all things Italian from their operas, oratorios, etc. and Walther does a great job of meeting the demand, at the time, of having arrangements of what was very popular in its time. I recommend this book.

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