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Principles and Implicationsp. The opening sections Contrapunctus I, Evolutio, Contrapunctus II, and Evolutio are written on an open score with buxsv indications as to instruments or voices. IMSLP does not assume any sort of legal responsibility or liability for the consequences of downloading files that are not in the public domain in your country.
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Such editions are also public domain in Canada because they fail to meet the minimum ‘threshold of originality’ to qualify for copyright as an ‘adaptation’. Retrieved from ” https: The deliberate display of counterpoint has been compared to Bach’s Art of Fugue.
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Mit Fried und Freud (Buxtehude) – Wikipedia
Alto and tenor change similarly. The soprano begins in Contrapunctus I, the bass takes over in Evolutio, while the soprano has the first bass line. Walther believed it to be the only one of “his many artful keyboard works” so to appear.
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The score of the four-part setting in strict counterpoint does not indicate voices or instruments. For once we know in this case the date and occasion of a Buxtehude cantata. Retrieved 9 November Three years later Buxtehude brought about a repeat performance, this time with an additional section, a Klagelied or Elegy, this time for the funeral of his own father.
Buxtehude composed a canon, Divertisons nous BuxWVwritten in an album of Menno’s son and datedshowing that he had good relations with the Hanneken family.
Mit Fried und Freud, BuxWV 76 (Buxtehude, Dietrich)
The final Evolutio is a transposed mirror version of Contrapunctus II. A Sketch of his Life”.
It is in strict four-part counterpoint.