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The well-tempered Clavier, or Preludes and Fugues through all the tones and semitones, both as regards the tertiam majorem or Ut Re Mi [i.
Each fugue is marked with the number of voices, from two to five. In the year Johann Pachelbel ‘s magnificat fugues composed —Georg Muffat ‘s Apparatus Musico-organisticus of and Johann Speth ‘s Ars magna temperaod for example.
Arranger Friedrich Hermann — Whatever their provenances, these schemes all promote the existence of subtly different musical characters in different keys, due to the sizes of their intervals. It is sometimes assumed that by “well-tempered” Bach intended equal temperamentthe standard modern keyboard tuning which became popular after Bach’s death, but modern scholars suggest instead a form of well temperament.
Das wohltemperierte Klavier I, BWV 846-869 (Bach, Johann Sebastian)
It was built in the the early seventies by Al Goldstein when he was the partner of Lutz. Mozart transcribed some of the fugues of the Well-Tempered Clavier for string ensemble: The preludes are also notable for their odd or irregular numbers of measures, in terms of both the phrases and the total number of measures in a given prelude. Which keyboard to use?
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The harpsichord is copied from a one manual instrument built by Hans Moerman in Antwerp However, research has continued into various unequal systems contemporary with Bach’s career. Each set contains twenty-four pairs of prelude and fugue. Zweyter Theilmodern spelling: Although the Well-Tempered Clavier was the first collection of fully worked keyboard pieces in all 24 keyssimilar ideas had occurred earlier.
Different engraving than PWM score above. Diapason Press, Utrecht, Before the advent of modern tonality in the late 17th century, numerous composers produced collections of pieces in all seven modes: These loops though truncated by a later bah of the page can be seen at the top of the title page image at the beginning of the article.
J.S. Bach, The Well-tempered Clavier
In Marchthe pianist Kimiko Douglass-Ishizaka released a new and complete recording of Book 1 into the public domain. In each book the first Prelude and Fugue is in C majorfollowed by a Prelude and Fugue in its parallel minor key C tempeado.
Each Prelude is followed by a Flave in the same key. It was restored by Frank Hubbard in Boston BachSecond Edition, Routledge,p. Several attempts have been made to analyse the motivic connections between each prelude and fugue,  — most notably Wilhelm Werker  and Johann Nepomuk David  The most direct motivic baach appears in the B major set from Book 1, in which the fugue subject uses the first four notes of the prelude, in the same metric position but at half speed.
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A Technical, Philosophic, and Historical Cclavep. Accounts of Bach’s own tuning practice are few and inexact. Source and alternative formats: Views Read Edit View history. Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin D-B: Harpsichord performances of various parts of Book I by Martha Goldstein are in the public domain.
Helmut Walchabetter known as an organist, recorded both books between and on a harpsichord. JS Bach, like no other composer in musical history, managed to combine rather abstract and formal concepts, such as counterpoint, fugues and canons, with an incredible tempeado of beauty.
Editor Ferruccio Busoni — Bach’s title suggests that he had written for a note well-tempered tuning system in which all keys sounded in tune also known as “circular temperament”. The three most cited sources are ForkelBach’s first biographer ; Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurgwho received information from Bach’s sons and pupils; and Johann Kirnbergerone of those pupils.