Johann Sebastian Bach, The Complete Organ Works, Series 1, Volume 7: Six Trio Sonatas and Miscellaneous Trios
This new edition presents all existing variant movements of the Six Trio Sonatas and gathers together for the first time the six miscellaneous trios ascribable to Bach and the four miscellaneous trios ascribable to Bach’s direct circle. Contents: Overview of the Music: Incipits Preface Plates Six Trio Sonatas Sonata 1 in E♭Major, BWV 525 Sonata 2 in C Minor, BWV 526 Sonata 3 in D Minor, BWV 527 Sonata 4 in E Minor, BWV 528 Sonata 5 in C Major, BWV 529 Sonata 6 in G Major, BWV 530 Trio Sonata Varaints Three Trio Sonata Transcriptions Trio in C Minor, BWV 585, after Johann Friedrich Fasch’s Sonata in C Minor for 2 Ciolins and Continuo Concerto in E♭Major, BWV 597, after an unidentified trio sonata or an original work? Sonata in G Major, BWV 1039a, after the Sonata in G Major for Two Flutes and Continuo, BWV 1039, or its model Seven Independent Trios Trio in C Major, BWV 1014/3a, after movement 3 of Sonata 1 in B Minor for Violin and Harpsichord, BWV 1014 Trio in C Minor, BWV 21/1a, after the Sinfonia of Cantata 21, Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis Trio D Minor, BWV 583 Trio in F Major (Aria), BWV 587, after movement 4 of François Couperin’s Trio Sonata La Convalescente Trio in G Major, BWV 586, after a lost trio sonata movement, perhaps by Georg Philipp Telemann Trio in G Minor, BWV 584, after the Aria “Ich will an den Himmel denken” from Cantata 166, Wo gehest du hin? Trio in B Minor, BWV 790a, after Sinfonia 4 in D Minor, BWV 790 Editorial Report 157 pages softbound 2014 Wayne Leupold Editions, Inc.