18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F.207 (Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann)

Ambox notice.pngThese pieces were formerly attributed to Johann Sebastian Bach as BWV Anh.133–150


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Work Title 18 Pieces for a Musical Clock
Alternative. Title Stücke für eine Spieluhr
Composer Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. F.207 ; BR A63–80 ; [BWV Anh.133-150]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 18 pieces:
1a. Fantasia in G major [BWV Anh.133]
1b. Scherzo in G major [BWV Anh.134]
2a. Bourlesca in A minor [BWV Anh.135]
2b. Trio in A minor [BWV Anh.136]
3a. L'intrada della caccia in E major [BWV Anh.137]
3b. Continuazione della caccia in E major [BWV Anh.138]
4a. Il fine della caccia in D major [BWV Anh.139]
4b. Trio (Il fine della caccia) in D minor [BWV Anh.140]
5a. Psalm Lied ("O Gott die Christenheit") in F major [BWV Anh.141]
5b. Psalm 110 in A minor [BWV Anh.142]
6a. Polonaise in E minor [BWV Anh.143]
6b. Polonaise Trio in A minor [BWV Anh.144]
7a. Marsch in C major [BWV Anh.145]
7b. Marsch in F major [BWV Anh.146]
8a. La Combattuta in G major [BWV Anh.147]
8b. Scherzo in G minor [BWV Anh.148]
9a. Menuett in G major [BWV Anh.149]
9b. Trio in G minor [BWV Anh.150]
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1757
First Publication. 1897
Average DurationAvg. Duration 22 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation musical clock


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Stücke für eine Spieluhr nach dem Musikspielwerk einer aus dem Schloss in Koethen stammenden Wanduhr. Nach mündlicher Überlieferung von J.S. Bach. August Klughardt schreibt dazu 1897 im Vorwort zu dem Band in Breitkopf und Härtel: "Im Besitz Seiner Hoheit des Herzogs Friedrich von Anhalt, meines gnädigsten Herrn, befindet sich eine alte prunkvolle Wanduhr (Standuhr) mit einem Musikspielwerk, dessen reizende Weisen Originalkompositionen Seb. Bachs aus der Zeit 1717-1723, als er beim Fürsten Leopold von Anhalt-Cöthen in Diensten stand, sein sollen." so heißt es in mündlichen Überlieferungen. Die Uhr existierte zu dem Zeitpunkt 1897 wohl tatsächlich noch, wenn auch das Spielwerk beschädigt war.