D-Gb, Johann-Sebastian-Bach-Institut, Göttingen
Scholz collection
Collective manuscript with 3 chorale arrangements to "Ich hab mein Sach Gott heimgestellt", BWV 707, 708, 708a, one chorale arrangement to "Wir Christenleut", BWV 701, and one chorale arrangement to "Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr", BWV 711

1. Appearance
Shelfmark                                  D-LEb Rara Ib, 32 (olim D Gb Ms. Scholz 4.9.2)
Extent 1 sheet
Measurement, in cm 40,5 x 26
Rastrology, in cm 0,9
Paper/Watermark watermark not observable/without watermark
Cleffing soprano clef/bass clef
Safe-keeping/Quire/Foliation single sheet, not paged/foliated
Scribe Leonhard Scholz
flighty typeface
Dating 18th century

2. Contents
Arrangement                             f. 1r: BWV 711, mm. 15 - end
f. 1v: BWV 708a; BWV 708; BWV 707, mm. 1 - 56
f. 2r: BWV 707, mm. 57 - end and chorale
f. 2v: BWV 710, BWV 711, mm. 1 - 14
Title-heading BWV 708a: "Ich hab mein Sach Gott heimgestellt. Da J. S. Bach."
BWV 708: "Alio modo" BWV 707: "Zum Praeludio ausgeführt Da J. S. Bach", the following chorale: "Choral"
BWV 710: "Wir Christenleut[etc.-abbr.]"
BWV 711: "Biccinium sopra: Allein Gott in der Höh sey Ehr Da J. Seb. / Bach."

3. Miscellaneous
Foreign/later entries                none
Condition of source good (on the edges ripped slightly), traces of use (eventually): on the edges a little dirty
Provenance L. Scholz - ? - Franconian private ownership - antique shop Schneider, Tutzing - Johann-Sebastian-Bach-Institut Göttingen (1968)
Remarks The beginning of the cantus firmus is marked with "C" above the appropriate brace in each case.