Fugue in c minor (revised Version) BWV 574.2; BWV 574GND

Genre
Music for organ
Scoring
Organ

Date of origin
vermutlich Weimarer Zeit
Comment
Die Zuweisung des Themas an Giovanni Legrenzi ist umstritten, da kein Beleg für eine konkrete Komposition gefunden werden konnte (vgl. R. Hill, BJ 1986, S. 105ff.); eher enstammt das Thema der Triosonate c-Moll aus Giovanni Maria Bononcini, Sonate da chiasa à due violini op. 6, Druck Venedig 1672 (R. Zitellini, BJ 2013, S. 243-257).

Original sources
Verschollen angeblich Autograph BWV 574, K. W. F. Guhr [Score]
Additional sources
D-B Mus.ms. Bach P 207 [Score]
D-B Mus.ms. Bach P 247, Faszikel 3 [Score]
D-B Mus.ms. Bach P 1093 [Score]
D-B Mus.ms. Bach P 1220 [Score]
D-GOl Mus. 4° 43/1 [Score]
D-LEb Peters Ms. 1 [Konvolut] [Score]
D-LEb Peters Ms. 1, Faszikel 16 (Depositum im Bach-Archiv) [Score]
D-LEb Rara Ib, 105 [Score]
D-LEm Poel. mus. Ms. 13 [Score]
D-LEm Poel. mus. Ms. 355 [Score]
H-Bn Ms. Mus. IV 722 [Score]
Verschollen BWV 574 (2), J. P. Kellner [Score]

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