Toccata in C major, Seiffert 31 (Sweelinck, Jan Pieterszoon)

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General Information

Work Title Toccata in C major
Alternative Title Toccata No.3 in C
Composer Sweelinck, Jan Pieterszoon
Opus/Catalogue Number Seiffert 31 ; Possibly Toccata C3 / SwWV 284
Key C major
Movements/Sections 1
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation Organ


Misc. Comments

SwWV number?? There's also a cataloguing system for Sweelinck's keyboard works specifically (not just the SwWV system which is for all of his works), but in any case "Toccata in C" will not do- there are at least 3 Sweelinck toccatas in that key (some for keyboard, some more obviously for organ or 3-manual keyboard). - Schissel (this seems to be "no.3" according to Sweelinck Complete Keyboard Works @ AMG - comparing sound samples. There are apparently two versions of Toccata No.3- don't know which of the two this is. Perhaps "two versions" means two performances on that page, not two versions editorially/in manuscript.)

31 in Seiffert's edition (from discussion page) - thanks. Have moved accordingly (and replaced C with C major as closest-to and preferable.)

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