'Herzlich Thut', BWV 727

This is the fourteenth chorale in the set of chorale preludes BWV 714-765. A chorale prelude is a short liturgical composition for organ, using a chorale (a simple tune, often derived from Gregorian chant) as its basis. It was a predominant style of the German Baroque era and reached its culmination in the works of J.S. Bach, who wrote 46 (with a 47th unfinished) examples of the form in his Orgelbüchlein.

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