D-Gb, Johann-Sebastian-Bach-Institut, Göttingen
Scholz collection
Collective manuscript with 2 chorale arrangements from the "Clavier-Übung III": Vater unser im Himmelreich, BWV 683a, and fugue to Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, BWV 689

1. Appearance
Shelfmark                                  D-LEb Rara Ib, 20 (olim D Gb Ms. Scholz 4.4.5)
Extent 1 sheet
Measurement, in cm 31 x 27,5
Rastrology, in cm 0,9
Paper/Watermark 'lion 3'
Cleffing soprano clef/bass clef
Safe-keeping/Quire/Foliation single sheet, not paged/foliated
Scribe Leonhard Scholz
several corrections
Dating 18th century

2. Contents
Arrangement                             f. 1r: BWV 683a, mm. 29 - end
f. 1v: BWV 689, mm. 1 - 36
f. 2r: BWV 689, mm. 37 - end
f. 2v: BWV 683a, mm. 1 - 28
Title-heading BWV 689: "Fuga sup. J. C. unser Heyland, der von uns den Gottes Zorn [etc-abbr.]"
BWV 683a [in front of the accolade]: "Choral. / sopra / Vatter unser / im / Himmelreich / Moderato.", without any ascription
Model BWV 689: D Gb Ms. Scholz 4.4.9 (version of the original publication, unchanged) BWV 683a: ? (private arrangement from the copy of Scholz from the original publication [eventually A Wn Mus. Hs. 35149, fascicle 15])

3. Miscellaneous
Foreign/later entries                "Bach" subsequent to BWV 689, with pencil; indication of imprint of the works in the complete edition
Condition of source heavy bleed-through, traces of use
Provenance L. Scholz - ? - Franconian private ownership - antique shop Schneider, Tutzing - Johann-Sebastian-Bach-Institut Göttingen (1968)
Remarks BWV 683a is probably an apocryphal arrangement with interludes (the original episodes with cantus firmus are marked by "C".
With A Wn Mus. Hs. 35149, fascicle 15 [and D Gb Ms. Scholz 4.4.9 respectively] there are BWV 683 and 689 written by Scholz in the version of the original publication, too.