Carpentras, Bibliothèque Inguimbertine et Musèe de Carpentras

F-C Ms. 1086 (1)

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Chorale (BWV 768/Choral)
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Partita 1 (BWV 768/1)
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Partita 2 (BWV 768/2)
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Partita 3 à 2 Clav (BWV 768/3)
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Partita 4 (BWV 768/4)
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Partita 5 (BWV 768/5)
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Partita 6 (BWV 768/7)
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Partita 7 (BWV 768/11)
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Partita 8 à 2 Clav è ped (BWV 768/9)
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Partita 9 à 2 Clav è Ped: (BWV 768/6)
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Partita 10 (BWV 768/8)
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[Partita 2] (BWV 768/2)
[Partita 2] (BWV 768/2)
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[Partita 4] (BWV 768/4)
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Partita 11 (BWV 768/10)
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[Partita 3 à 2 Clav] (BWV 768/3)
Catalogue raisonné:
BWV / Bach-Werke-VerzeichnisBWV 768/Choral, 1,2,3,4,5,7,11,9,6,8,10
Link to works:
BWV 768

Scribe:
unknown scribe
Scribe (in detail):
unknown scribe (Lohber or Sohber (following Schulze)), cf. Plauener Orgelbuch (D-PL III. B.a. No. 4; only as photo: D-B Fot. Bü 129), Weimarer Tabulaturbuch (D-WRz Ms. Q 341b) and D-LEm Ms. 8, fascicle 2 [ = BWV 966] (Heller, KB V/11, p. 159f.)
Date (exact):
1. Viertel des 18. Jahrhundert (wahrscheinlich während Bachs Weimarer Zeit 1708-1715, s. H.-H. Löhlein in KB IV/1, S. 203)

Source Type:
Score, single manuscript
Extent, Dimensions (cm):
17 leaves, 17 x 21 cm
Period of origin:
beginning of the 18th century (ca. 1700–1719)
Title of source:
TS: Sey gegrüßet Jesu gütig | à 11. Part: | di | J. S. Bach.
Provenance:
Lohber/Sohber? – J. C. L. Kittel – J. C. H. Rinck (vor 1809) – J. J. B. Laurens (1841) – Carpentras, Bibliothèque Inguimbertine et Musée de Carpentras (1878)
Description of watermark:
ohne
Master copy:
verschollenes Autograph [alpha2], s. Stemma KB IV/1, S. 207
Comments:
2 handwriting layers visible in the manuscript: one older layer only covers Choral and Variations 1, 2, 4, 10 (likewise D-B Mus.ms. Bach P 802); the handwriting was temporarily taken for an autograph (by Rinck).

On the first page is written in German:
"N.B. This Choral was written by the author himself(.) Through the organist Kittel, one of the author's students, this Choral was handed over to me. I give this manuscript to Mr. Laurens as a token of friendship. Darmstadt, Sept. 30th, 1841. Rinck.

Description in complete edition, Critical report:
IV/1, S. 200ff.
Literature:
F. Eibner, in: ÖMZ 7 (1952), S. 150-55; F. W. Donat, C. H. Rinck (...), Diss. Heidelberg 1933, S. 66; N. St. Grigsby, Bach's Creative Journey (...), Diss. Waikato 2015

Reproductions in the Bach-Archiv:
QK A VII 11/10 (Xerox)
QK-Gö F-C Ms. 1086 (1) (Xerox)
MF Ia, 16:21 (Film)
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