Bach Clavier-Übung III (German Organ Mass) - Chorale Preludes, BWV 669-689

Johann Sebastian Bach published his Clavier-Übung III (sometimes referred to as German Organ Mass) in 1739. It consists of a collection of works which he started to conceive around the year 1735, and to this day it stands as Bach's most significant and technically demanding set of works for organ. Stylistically, Bach drew inspiration from previous composers such as Palestrina and Frescobaldi, while incorporating modern baroque forms. The result was a compilation that not only acted as a style compendium of organ-writing, but had a didactic dimension to it, as it incorporated a wide range of contrapuntal composition techniques . The German Organ Mass opens and close with a Prelude and a Fugue respectively, enclosing 21 chorale preludes, and four duets. It is common to present these works as separate sub-sets.
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Aufnahmen

Kyrie: Gott Vater in Ewigkeit, BWV 669
Kyrie Gott Heiliger Geist, BWV 671
Allein Gott in der Hoh Sei Ehr, BWV 675
Wir glauben all'an einen Gott, BWV 680
Wir glauben all'an einen Gott, BWV 680
Vater unser im Himmelreich, BWV 682
Christ, unser Herr, zum Jordan kam, BWV 684
Christ, unser Herr, zum Jordan kam, BWV 684
Aus Tiefer Not Schrei Ich Zu Dir, BWV 686

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Clavier-Übung III (German Organ Mass) - Chorale Preludes, BWV 669-689
Clavier-Übung III (German Organ Mass) - Chorale Preludes, BWV 669-689
Clavier-Übung III (German Organ Mass) - Chorale Preludes, BWV 669-689
Clavier-Übung III (German Organ Mass) - Chorale Preludes, BWV 669-689
Clavier-Übung III (German Organ Mass) - Chorale Preludes, BWV 669-689
Clavier-Übung III (German Organ Mass) - Chorale Preludes, BWV 669-689

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