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Meine Seele Erhebt Den Herren BWV 648 - Bach*, Gerhard Weinberger - Organ Works Vol. 15

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  3. Meine Seel erhebt den Herren, BWV 10, for Visitation, is the fifth chorale cantata Bach presented in Its text is based on Luther's German translation of the Magnificat. The singing tune associated with that version of the Magnificat, a German variant of the tonus peregrinus, appears in Bach's Performed: 2 July Leipzig.
  4. Meine Seel erhebt den Herren, BWV 10, for Visitation, is the fifth chorale cantata Bach presented in Its text is based on Luther's German translation of the Magnificat; the singing tune associated with that version of the Magnificat, a German variant of the tonus peregrinus, appears in Bach's composition.
  5. Weinberger/Bach Series: Gerhard Weinberger's Bach organ works cycle on historical instruments has been somewhat of a mixed bag. Weinberger's general mode of operation is to provide sharply contoured, tremendously powerful and very severe accounts of Bach's organ music.
  6. Bach: Organ Works Vol. 15 (Arrangements for Solo Organ) Aria in F major, BWV [] Chorale Prelude Meine Seele erhebet den Herren, BWV [] Chorale Prelude Ach bleib' bei uns, Herr Jesu Bach Organ Works from Weinberger, Vol. 5 | Bach Organ Works from Weinberger, Vol. 6 | Gerhard Weinberger's Bach Organ Series, Vol.
  7. Bach, Johann Sebastian Mein Seele erhebt den Herren BWV sheet music for Organ - folkmetal.gukusgardamuroariufym.infoinfo
  8. Lobe den Herrn, meine Seele (Praise the Lord, my soul), BWV , is an early cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach. He appears to have composed the cantata for New Year's Day, probably when he was in his 20s, but whether it was first performed in Mühlhausen or Weimar is not known: the date of composition is folkmetal.gukusgardamuroariufym.infoinfoe: "Du Friedefürst, Herr Jesu Christ", by Jakob Ebert.

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