Clavierstücke verschiedener Art, Wq.112 (Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel)

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Publisher. Info. Berlin: George Ludewig Winter, 1765.
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Work Title Clavierstücke verschiedener Art
Alternative. Title
Composer Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Wq.112
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 19 Pieces
  1. Concerto in C major (H 190)
    1. Allegretto in C major
    2. Largo in A minor
    3. Allegro in C major
  2. Fantasia in D major (H 144)
  3. Minuetto I-II in D (H 165)
  4. Solfeggio in G major (H 145)
  5. Alla Polacca in A minor (H 166)
  6. Singode: Das Privilegium in A major (H 693)
  7. Sonata in D minor (H 179)
    1. Allegretto in D minor
    2. Poco adagio e mesto in G minor
    3. Allegro ma non troppo in D minor
  8. Fantasia in B major (H 146)
  9. Minuetto I-II in D major (H 165)
  10. Solfeggio in C major (H 147)
  11. Alla Polacca in G minor (H 166)
  12. Singode: Die Landschaft in G major (H 694)
  13. Symphony in G major (H 191)
    1. Allegro di molto in G major
    2. Largo in B minor
    3. Allegro assai in G major
  14. Singode: Belinde in E minor (H 695)
  15. Fantasia in F major (H 148)
  16. Minuetto I-II in A major (H 169)
  17. Alla Polacca in D major (H 170)
  18. Solfeggio in G major (H 149)
  19. Fugue in G minor (H 101/5)
Text Incipit see below
  1. Das Privilegium: Ihr Brüder, zankt nicht mit den Thoren
  2. Die Landschaft: Geliebtes Feld, dein aufgeklärter Himmel
  3. Belinde: Daß Damon nie Belinden rühret
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1765
First Publication. 1765 by G.L. Winter of Berlin
Librettist see below
No.2. Justus Friedrich Wilhelm Zachariä
Language German
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation Keyboard, 3 pieces (Singoden) for voice & keyboard
Mss Sources D-Bsa SA 1862 (copy by Johann Possin (1753-1821))

Misc. Comments

Who wrote the texts for the Singoden?

Note: Wotquenne (1905) has these on pp.36-37. According to our list of Bach's works, quite a few of these (2-5, 8-10, 13, 15, 16, 18) are also members of Wq 116, 117 or 122.

(After Winter, a second(?) publication was of the Concerto, Wq.112/1, in an edition by Ernst Pauer published by B&H in 1887.)