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    music score bwv 745

    My greeting!
    I have been searching for the music score (of bwv 745) in Internet but unsuccessfully by now. Please, нelp me.

    Thanks in advance

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    A website IMSLP currently down for silly reasons, is expected to be up an running again in June or July (2008). This site was (is) a valuable source for PD (public domain) music scores for a variety of instruments. I had used it extensively in the past and am equally anxious for the site to become operational once again.

    Other than that site, I haven't a clue where one could find this score, unless one was willing to pay exorbitant fees for music that is clearly public domain, and should be readily available to the general public for no cost.
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    Hi
    You should say it is "Aus der Tiefe rufe ich"
    choral, in E minor. I think it has been composed by Bach's son Carl Philipp.
    I'll search for a midifile. I if find it, I will make a score for you from this midifile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krummhorn View Post
    A website IMSLP currently down for silly reasons, is expected to be up an running again in June or July (2008).
    Indeed it is very sorry. We have to be waiting for new opening...
    Thanks for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by musicalis View Post
    Hi
    You should say it is "Aus der Tiefe rufe ich"
    choral, in E minor. I think it has been composed by Bach's son Carl Philipp.
    I'll search for a midifile. I if find it, I will make a score for you from this midifile.
    Good afternoon, Musicalis,
    Oh yes, in actual fact it is that choral (with choral prelude) in E minor.
    I heard the piece was composed Carl Philipp Bach as well. But it is beautiful anyway. Sadly I did not find its midi file too.
    Alas! There is not the choral in Logos Virtual Library too.
    Thanks!

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    here it is ...

    worthy of note: it's classed as "spurious". Also, notice the very odd octave pedal writting. Now I know where Vierne, Widor et al got their ideas from for this disugsting techical acrobatic.
    Last edited by Contratrombone64; Apr-18-2008 at 06:18.

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    When those appear, I just ignore the upper octave notes. It's a beautiful piece though ... even if Bach is thought of not being the composer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Contratrombone64 View Post
    here it is ...

    worthy of note: it's classed as "spurious". Also, notice the very odd octave pedal writting. Now I know where Vierne, Widor et al got their ideas from for this disugsting techical acrobatic.
    Thank you very much!
    Yes, I know about its ambiguous origin. I have already noticed the odd octaves - they look like ones in organ works transcripted for the piano.
    But, to our horror such octaves as those are even in the greatest Bach's piece, toccata and fugue in d-moll bwv 565.
    Anyway I don't think the piece (bwv 745) would be quite bad for J.S.Bach

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