Libro quarto, A-Wn Mus.Hs.18707 (Froberger, Johann Jacob)

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Publisher. Info. Vienna: Holograph manuscript, 1656
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Misc. Notes Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna (A-Wn): Mus.Hs.18707. Monochrome conversion was more successful in some parts than in others.
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Work Title Libro quarto di Toccate, Ricercari, Capricci, Allemande, Gigue, Courante, Sarabande
Alternative. Title Libro quarto di Toccate, Ricercari, Capricci, Allemande, Gigue, Courante, Sarabande, composto et humilissimamente dedicato alla sacra cesarea maesta di Ferdinando Terzo. Collectio in quatuor partes divisa, continens opera musica clavichordio vel organo aptata. Praecedit epistola dedicatoria, data Vienna, l’anno 1656
Composer Froberger, Johann Jacob
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 24 pieces [The numbers in parens refer to Guido Adler's edition]
  • Prima parte
    6 Toccatas, FbWV 107-112 (DTÖ Toccata 7-12)
  1. Toccata in G major, FbWV 107
  2. Toccata in E minor, FbWV 108
  3. Toccata in C major, FbWV 109
  4. Toccata in F major, FbWV 110
  5. Toccata in E minor, FbWV 111
  6. Toccata in A minor, FbWV 112
  • Seconda parte
    6 Ricercars, FbWV 407-412 (DTÖ Ricercars 7-12)
  • Terza parte
    6 Capriccios, FbWV 507-508, 514-517 (DTÖ Capriccios 7-8, 14-17)
  • Quarta parte
    6 Partitas, FbWV 607-612 (DTÖ Partitas 7-12)
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1656 or before
First Publication. 1897-1903 in Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich (Vols.8, 13, 21)
Dedication Ferdinand III
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation Harpsichord (clavichord mentioned in title), organ