Allemande 1735 (Metzner, Ulrich)

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PDF typeset by Ulrich Metzner
Ulrich Metzner (2009/10/3)

Editor Ulrich Metzner (*1948)
Publisher. Info. Edition Erbse 2009
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PDF typeset by Ulrich Metzner
Ulrich Metzner (2009/10/3)

PDF typeset by Ulrich Metzner
Ulrich Metzner (2009/10/3)

PDF typeset by Ulrich Metzner
Ulrich Metzner (2009/10/3)

PDF typeset by Ulrich Metzner
Ulrich Metzner (2009/10/3)

PDF typeset by Ulrich Metzner
Ulrich Metzner (2009/10/3)

Editor Ulrich Metzner (*1948)
Publisher. Info. Edition Erbse 2009
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General Information

Work Title Allemande 1735
Alternative. Title Satz zur Melodie einer Allemande des Ochsenhausener Orgelbuchs
Composer Metzner, Ulrich
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Key A major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 2004
First Performance. not yet performed
First Publication. 2009
Dedication Karl Hruschka ( plays Viola )
Average DurationAvg. Duration ~ 2:00
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Modern
Piece Style Neo-Baroque
Instrumentation woodwind or strings

Misc. Comments

Only the tune exists in the 'Orgelbuch Ochsenhausen' which dates from 1735. The famous organ builder Joseph Gabler had made a big organ there. Full of pride the monks decided to publish a collection of organ pieces made especially for this magnjficent instrument. I found this Allemande quite nice and made a four part version in the style of organ pieces by G. F. Handel. The character of this tune seems to fit. Here the mp3 file in Finale-Sound. Sorry: no livemusic yet The link is : http://db.tt/oW5bC7