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Prelude in D minor, Fantasia in G minor, 5 Toccatas, 3 Fugues, Ricercar in C minor, Ciaconas in D minor and F minor

By Johann Pachelbel

Organ - Difficulty: medium
Composed by Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706). Edited by Wolfgang Stockmeier and Karl Matthaei. Stapled. Selected Organ Works, Volume 1. Baroque. Organ solo book. With organ notation and introductory text. 63 pages. Baerenreiter Verlag #BA00238. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag (BA.BA00238).

Item Number: BA.BA00238

ISBN 9790006400874. 12x9.5 inches. Key: C minor, d minor, f minor, g minor. Language: German/English. Preface: Karl Matthaei/Wolfgang Stockmeier.

Johann Pachelbel This highly-regarded selection of Pachelbel’s organ works provides organists with a wide-ranging selection of easy to moderately difficult organ pieces, both based on chorales and freely composed. They are equally suitable as service music or concert pieces. Many of these pieces can also be played on small organs or on the harpsichord. Content: Preludium in D minor, Fantasia in G minor, 5 Toccatas, 3 Fuges , Ricercar in C minor, Ciaconas in D minor und F minor

  • Prelude in D minor 
  • Fantasy In G Minor 
  • Toccata In C Major 
  • Toccata in G Minor 
  • Toccata In E Minor 
  • Toccata In C Minor 
  • Fugue In D Minor 
  • Fugue In D Major 
  • Fugue In C Major 
  • Ricercar In C Minor 
  • Chaconne In D Minor 
  • Chaconne In F Minor 

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  • 5

    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • June 12, 2018 Pachelbel Selected Organ Works number 1

    I received Pachelbel Barenreiter edition Volume I Selected Organ Works. It has 13 beautiful organ pieces I love the ideas on registration in this edition. Nicely spaced notes, and color of pages which makes it very easy to read the notes. I highly recommend this edition even though it's...

    a little expensive but well worth it. Also it's a very good teaching tool which my teacher is using.

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  • 5

    Pittsfield, MA
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  • February 05, 2018 Pachelbel and no urtext?

    I love Pachelbel’s music in spite of the Bach cultists who consider him an inferior composer. I rank Pachelbel high up in the eschelon of German music of the 17th-18th centuries. Unfortunately, Barenreiter did not give Pachelbel his due by having an urtext edition of his music, which...

    may have everything to do with not having any autograph sources for his compositions. Either way, you’re getting a very good Barenreiter book that is sturdy and manufactured very well, however, with staples on this Book I.

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    Wonder Lake, Illinois
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  • January 27, 2016 Well Presented Edition

    A job well done, Baerenreiter! This edition is filled with many selections that suit service playing or even a recital perfectly. The three fugues and fantasia are noteworthy in this volume, as are the toccatas. A splendid addition to any professional organist's library.

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