4 Motetten der Bachschule (Various)

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Editor Georg Feder (1887-1971)
Publisher. Info. Das Chorwerk, Heft 89
Wolfenbüttel: Möseler Verlag, 1963.
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General Information

Work Title 4 Motetten der Bachschule
Alternative. Title
Composer Various
Key see below
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4 motets:
  1. Krebs: Psalm 139 (B minor)
  2. Kirnberger: Psalm 137: An den Fluessen Babylons (C minor)
  3. Homilius: So gehst du nun
  4. Homilius: Unser Vater in Himmel
First Publication. 1963 (as a collection)
Copyright Information Most likely public domain in USA.

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Librettist mostly -
  1. Psalms (several, primarily Psalm 139)
  2. Psalm 137
Language German
Average DurationAvg. Duration no.2, Kirnberger: 5 minutes
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 4 voices, continuo

Misc. Comments

  • This is a volume containing a preface and works by several composers. The Kirnberger (which should be separated out) is on pp.10–15.
    The preface, by Feder, is dated Köln, im April 1963. So at least the preface was published in 1963, There is a clearly visible copyright claim at the bottom left of the 1st page with "1963" half-cut off by the scanner.