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Verschollen BWV 846-869, Ch. Burney


Catalogue raisonné:
BWV / Bach-Werke-VerzeichnisBWV 846, 847, 848, 849, 850, 851, 852, 853, 854, 855, 856, 857, 858, 859, 860, 861, 862, 863, 864, 865, 866, 867, 868, 869
Link to works:
BWV 846; BWV 847; BWV 848; BWV 849; BWV 850; BWV 851; BWV 852; BWV 853; BWV 854; BWV 855; BWV 856; BWV 857; BWV 858; BWV 859; BWV 860; BWV 861; BWV 862; BWV 863; BWV 864; BWV 865; BWV 866; BWV 867; BWV 868; BWV 869

Scribe:
unknown scribe

Source Type:
Score, collective manuscript
Period of origin:
unknown
Provenance:
? – C. P. E. Bach – Ch. Burney – J. Nield (1814) – ?
Comments:
E. Wesley (Hrg.): Letters of Samuel Wesley to Mr. Jacobs, London 1878 (Repr. New York 1981), S. 1-5; Brief S. Wesley an B. Jacob: "(...) all written in the Soprano Clef (to make them more easily understood, I suppose), and the Preludes so miserably mangled and mutilated that had I not met them in such a collection as that of (...) Doctor Burney, I verily believe that I should have exclaimed 'An Enemy has done this'." A. Dürr: es handelt sich möglicherweise um eine Abschrift der Frühfassung.

Described in NBA, Critical report:
V/6.1, S. 116f.
Literature:
E. Wesley (Hrg.): Letters of Samuel Wesley to Mr. Jacobs, London 1878 (Repr. New York 1981), S. 1-5

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2017-07-27 : 09:18:39