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For 5 Recorders (Harmer)
Scores and Parts
Wilibald Gurlitt (1891-1963), also continuo realization
Kassel: Bärenreiter, 1928. Catalog BA 265.
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Scanned at 600dpi grayscale, converted to monochrome.
Preface omitted. See discussion.
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New edition with basso continuo part according to the facsimiles of the manuscript parts from the Duben Collection, Uppsala. The values of the notes were kept, the original C clefs of the soprano II, alto and tenor parts are transformed into G clefs
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For 5 Recorders (Harmer)
|Year/Date of Composition
||1690? or earlier
||Most likely public domain in the USA, despite publication date.|
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|Composer Time Period
||5 voices (SSATB) + continuo
||RISM 190006988 (based on a 1690? copy. Contains link to digital version of scans of the manuscript (copy?) parts at Uppsala University)
the "1925" link @RISM is actually Buxtehude Werke 1925-1958, by the way. RISM gives sop alt 2ten bass bc according (it seems?) to the ms. parts available to them but has "Besetzung bei BuxWV: S 1, 2, A, T, B, bc".- Schissel