chorale prelude

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a composition for organ using a chorale as a basis for variations

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The first and last movements of this duet use chorale prelude technique: the soprano sings the melody, while the bass's comforting words weave in and out.
The preludes, fugues, and various chorale preludes, despite receiving less attention than some other works, are considerable musical contributions.
Bach originally planned a set of 164 chorale preludes, as the extant autograph manuscript shows.
A shrewd choice of registrations here was complemented by the chamber-organ timbres, showing just how versatile Symphony Hall's Klais instrument is, selected for Bach's Allein Gott chorale prelude.
Bach: Nun komm' der Heiden Heiland, Chorale Prelude, BWV XXV/2, transcription for oboe, two violas, and cello, score (3 p.
Sonata form is presented in the first section on chromatic harmony, along with an introduction to the invention, fugue, and chorale prelude.
While some chorale preludes, notably those of Johann Sebastian Bach, are heard as musical objects in recital, the chorale prelude also continues to function within Christian worship in its intended relationship to congregational chorales or hymns.
30am Matins, Te deum - Harris in A flat, Jubilate: Lloyd in B minor, Personent hodie - arr Holst, Voluntary: Chorale prelude In dir ist freude - J S Bach.
Examples include his definition of the chorale prelude as "organ variations" (p.
Praise to the Lord, Classic Chorale Preludes for Keyboard and Solo Instrument, by Paul Manz and transcribed by Benjamin M.
Among his sacred masterpieces are church cantatas, chorale preludes for organ, the St.
Two Bach Chorale Preludes in respectful arrangements by Busoni, Lewis steady and commanding, his tread drawing us into this rarefied soundworld, led directly into two of Beethoven's Fantasia Sonatas.
Plus there's new orchestral settings of Bach's most loved chorale preludes.
The same was partly true of American composer Gerard Near's Three Chorale Preludes.
THE LEGENDARY BUSONI RECORDINGS: This reissue of works by Paul Jacobs, one of the first out classical artists to die of AIDS, offers Busoni's "Six Sonatinas"; piano etudes of Bartok, Busoni, Messiaen, and Stravinsky; and organ chorale preludes of Bach and Brahms (arranged by Busoni).