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Neumeister Collection

The Neumeister Collection is a compilation of 82 chorale preludes found in a manuscript copy produced by Johann Gottfried Neumeister (1757–1840). When the manuscript was rediscovered at the Yale University in the 1980s it appeared to contain 31 previously unknown early chorale settings by Johann Sebastian Bach, which were added to the BWV catalogue as Nos. 1090–1120, and published in 1985.

History

Neumeister compiled his manuscript after 1790.[1] It has been suggested that the 77 earliest works in the collection may have been copied from a single source, possibly a Bach family album put together in J. S. Bach's early years.[2] The five works by Neumeister's own music teacher, Georg Andreas Sorge, were a later addition.[3]

Some time after 1807 the manuscript passed to Christian Heinrich Rinck (1770–1846),[4] whose library was bought by Lowell Mason in 1852. After Mason's death in 1873, his collection was acquired by Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.[1] There the Neumeister volume lay as manuscript LM 4708 until it was rediscovered "early in 1984" by musicologists Christoph Wolff (Harvard) and Hans-Joachim Schulze (de) (Bach-Archiv Leipzig) and librarian Harold E. Samuel (Yale).[5] After satisfying themselves that the manuscript was genuine, they announced the discovery in December 1984.[6] Their conclusions were confirmed in January 1985 by German organist Wilhelm Krumbach (de) (1937–2005), who had been working on the same material independently, and with a fatal lack of urgency, since 1981.[5][7] Wolff acknowledged that he brought his announcement forward when he learned that Krumbach was in the field.[6][7][8] Krumbach was unhappy with the way things turned out.[5][9]

Works and composers

The Neumeister Collection contains 82 chorales, most of them unpublished before the 1980s re-evaluation of the Neumeister manuscript. The attribution of a few pieces in the manuscript remains uncertain:[10]

From the state of the manuscript Wolff concludes that the five unattributed works were written by composers represented elsewhere in the collection, whose names were omitted by accident. Weighing both textual and stylistic evidence, he proposes Johann Michael Bach as the author of all five, while allowing that one could also have been written by J. S. Bach and another by Friedrich Wilhelm Zachow.[12]

Organ chorales in the Neumeister Collection with attribution variants from RISM[13] and Bach Digital[10]
# BWV Composer Chorale Key RISM Authenticity
01 Bach, J. M. Nun komm der Heiden Heiland G min. 000105398 Confirmed[14]
02 Bach, J. M. Meine Seele erhebt dem Herrn D min. 000105399 Confirmed[15]
03 Bach, J. M. Herr Christ der einig Gottes Sohn G maj. 000105400 Confirmed[16]
04 Bach, J. M. Nun freut euch lieben Christen gemein G maj. 000105401 Also attr. Pachelbel, J.[17]
05 Bach, J. M. Nun freut euch lieben Christen gemein G maj. 000105402 Confirmed[18]
06 Bach, J. M. Gott hat das Evangelium D min. 000105403 Confirmed[19]
07 Bach, J. M. Gott hat das Evangelium D min. 000105404 Confirmed[20]
08 0723 Bach, J. M. Gelobet seist du Jesu Christ D min. 000105405 Also attr. Bach, J. S.[21][22]
09 Zachow, F. W. Gelobet seist du Jesu Christ G maj. 000105406 Confirmed[23]
10 Zachow, F. W. Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her D maj. 000105407 Confirmed[24]
11 0719 Bach, J. S. Der Tag der ist so freudenreich G maj. 000105408 Confirmed[25][26]
12 0751 Bach, J. S. In dulci jubilo G maj. 000105409 Also attr. Bach, J. M.Walther, J. G.[27][28]
13 Erich, D. Christum wir sollen loben schon E min. 000105410 Confirmed[29]
14 1090 Bach, J. S. Wir Christenleut' G min. 000105411 Confirmed[30][31]
15 1091 Bach, J. S. Das alte Jahr vergangen ist D min. 000105412 Confirmed[32][33]
16 1092 Bach, J. S. Herr Gott nun schleuß den Himmel auf A min. 000105413 Confirmed[34][35]
17 1093 Bach, J. S. Herzliebster Jesu was hast du verbrochen G min. 000105414 Confirmed[36][37]
18 1094 Bach, J. S. O Jesu wie ist dein Gestalt G min. 000105415 Confirmed[38][39]
19 1095 Bach, J. S. O Lamm Gottes unschuldig F maj. 000105416 Confirmed[40][41]
20 1096 Bach, J. S. Christe der du bist Tag und Licht A min. 000105417 Also attr. Pachelbel, J.[42][43]
21 1097 Bach, J. S. Ehre sei dir Christe der du leidest Not D maj. 000105418 Confirmed[44][45]
22 Anonymus Christ lag in Todesbanden D min. 000105419 [46]
23 Bach, J. M. Jesus Christus unser Heiland G min. 000105420 Confirmed[47]
24 Bach, J. M. O Herr Gott Vater in Ewigkeit G maj. 000105421 Confirmed[48]
25 Sorge, G. A. Vater unser im Himmelreich D min. 000105422 [49]
26 Bach, J. M. Der du bist drei in Einigkeit G maj. 000105423 Confirmed[50]
27 Bach, J. Chr. Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr F maj. 000105424 Confirmed[51]
28 Bach, J. M. Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr G maj. 000105425 Confirmed[52]
29 Bach, J. M. Mag ich Unglück nicht widerstahn A min. 000105426 Confirmed[53]
30 Bach, J. M. Dies sind die heilgen zehn Gebot F maj. 000105427 Confirmed[54]
31 1098 Bach, J. S. Wir glauben all an einen Gott D min. 000105428 Confirmed[55][56]
32 1099 Bach, J. S. Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir G maj. 000105429 Confirmed[57][58]
33 1100 Bach, J. S. Allein zu dir Herr Jesu Christ C maj. 000105430 Confirmed[59][60]
34 Pachelbel, J. Allein zu dir Herr Jesu Christ A min. 000105431 Confirmed[61]
35 0714 Bach, J. S. Ach Gott und Herr B min. 000105432 Confirmed[62][63]
36 0742 Bach, J. S. Ach Herr mich armen Sünder B min. 000105433 Confirmed[64][65]
37 Bach, J. M. Auf meinen lieben Gott E min. 000105434 Confirmed[66]
38 1101 Bach, J. S. Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt D min. 000105435 Confirmed[67][68]
39 Bach, J. M. Nun laßt uns Gott dem Herren G maj. 000105436 Confirmed[69]
40 1102 Bach, J. S. Du Friedefürst Herr Jesu Christ B♭ maj. 000105437 Confirmed[70][71]
41 Anonymus Was mein Gott will das gescheh allzeit A min. 000105438 [72]
42 Bach, J. M. Kommt her zu mir spricht Gottes Sohn G min. 000105439 Confirmed[73]
43 Anonymus Ich ruf' zu dir Herr Jesu Christ D min. 000105440 [74]
44 Anonymus Ich ruf' zu dir Herr Jesu Christ G min. 000105441 [75]
45 Bach, J. M. Der Herr ist mein getreuer Hirt G min. 000105442 Confirmed[76]
46 Bach, J. M. Warum betrübst du dich mein Herz G min. 000105443 Confirmed[77]
47 Bach, J. M. Von Gott will ich nicht lassen G min. 000105444 Confirmed[78]
48 1103 Bach, J. S. Erhalt uns Herr bei deinem Wort G min. 000105445 Confirmed[79][80]
49 0737 Bach, J. S. Vater unser im Himmelreich D min. 000105446 Confirmed[81][82]
50 1104 Bach, J. S. Wenn dich Unglück tut greifen an E min. 000105447 Confirmed[83][84]
51 1105 Bach, J. S. Jesu meine Freude D min. 000105448 Confirmed[85][86]
52 1106 Bach, J. S. Gott ist mein Heil mein' Hilf' und Trost G maj. 000105449 Confirmed[87][88]
53 Bach, J. M. Ach Gott vom Himmel sieh darein D min. 000105450 Confirmed[89]
54 Bach, J. M. Es spricht der Unweisen Mund wohl G maj. 000105451 Confirmed[90]
55 Bach, J. M. Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält E min. 000105452 Confirmed[91]
56 Bach, J. Chr. An Wasserflüssen Babylon G maj. 000105453 Confirmed[92]
57 1107 Bach, J. S. Jesu meines Lebens Leben D maj. 000105454 Confirmed[93][94]
58 1108 Bach, J. S. Als Jesus Christus in der Nacht E min. 000105455 Confirmed[95][96]
59 1109 Bach, J. S. Ach Gott tu dich erbarmen D min. 000105456 Confirmed[97][98]
60 1110 Bach, J. S. O Herre Gott dein göttlich' Wort B♭ maj. 000105457 Confirmed[99][100]
61 Zachow, F. W. Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern D maj. 000105458 Confirmed[101]
62 Anonymus Heut triumphieret Gottes Sohn E min. 000105459 [102]
63 Bach, J. M. Wenn mein Stündlein vorhanden ist G maj. 000105460 Confirmed[103]
64 1111 Bach, J. S. Nun laßt uns den Leib begraben G maj. 000105461 Confirmed[104][105]
65 1112 Bach, J. S. Christus der ist mein Leben F maj. 000105462 Confirmed[106][107]
66 1113 Bach, J. S. Ich hab' mein' Sach' Gott heimgestellt B min. 000105463 Confirmed[108][109]
67 1114 Bach, J. S. Herr Jesu Christ du höchstes Gut F min. 000105464 Confirmed[110][111]
68 1115 Bach, J. S. Herzlich lieb hab ich dich o Herr C maj. 000105465 Confirmed[112][113]
69 1116 Bach, J. S. Was Gott tut das ist wohlgetan G maj. 000105466 Confirmed[114][115]
70 1117 Bach, J. S. Alle Menschen müssen sterben B♭ maj. 000105467 Confirmed[116][117]
71 0957 Bach, J. S. Mach's mit mir Gott nach deiner Güt G maj. 000105468 Confirmed[118][119]
72 1118 Bach, J. S. Werde munter mein Gemüte G maj. 000105469 Confirmed[120][121]
73 1119 Bach, J. S. Wie nach einer Wasserquelle D min. 000105470 Confirmed[122][123]
74 Bach, J. Chr. Wer Gott vertraut F maj. 000105471 Confirmed[124]
75 1120 Bach, J. S. Christ der du bist der helle Tag E min. 000105472 Confirmed[125][126]
76 Zachow, F. W. Erbarm dich mein o Herre Gott E min. 000105473 Confirmed[127]
77 0639 Bach, J. S. Ich ruf zu dir Herr Jesu Christ F min. 000105474 Confirmed[128][129]
78 0601 Bach, J. S. Herr Christ der einige Gottes Sohn A maj. 000105475 Confirmed[130][131]
79 Sorge, G. A. Auf Christenmensch F maj. 000105476 Confirmed[132]
80 Sorge, G. A. Wo Gott der Herr G min. 000105477 Confirmed[133]
81 Sorge, G. A. Herr Jesu Christ du höchstes Gut A min. 000105478 Confirmed[134]
82 Sorge, G. A. Freu dich sehr o meine Seele G maj. 000105479 Confirmed[135]

Johann Michael Bach

The rediscovery of the Neumeister Collection quadrupled the number of keyboard works indisputably written by Johann Michael Bach, from eight to thirty-two, with six more arguably also his.[136] Of the twenty-five pieces attributed to him in the manuscript, seven were known but had been credited to other composers and eighteen were entirely new, making this the largest single trove of his work.[137] This remains the case even if, as some have suggested, one of the chorales that appears under his name would have been composed by Johann Heinrich Buttstett.[138] Wolff has proposed that the five unattributed works in the volume could also be by Johann Michael Bach—confidently in three cases, less so in the other two.[12]

Generally attributed to J. M. Bach:

  1. Nun komm der Heiden Heiland, RISM No. 000105398
  2. Meine Seele erhebt dem Herrn, RISM No. 000105399
  3. Herr Christ der einig Gottes Sohn, RISM No. 000105400
  4. Nun freut euch lieben Christen gemein (1), RISM No. 000105401, however also attributed to J. Pachelbel
  5. Nun freut euch lieben Christen gemein (2), RISM No. 000105402
  6. Gott hat das Evangelium (1), RISM No. 000105403
  7. Gott hat das Evangelium (2), RISM No. 000105404
  8. Gelobet seist du Jesu Christ, RISM No. 000105405, BWV 723, previously attributed to J. S. Bach.[21]
  9. Jesus Christus unser Heiland, RISM No. 000105420
  10. O Herr Gott Vater in Ewigkeit, RISM No. 000105421
  11. Der du bist drei in Einigkeit, RISM No. 000105423
  12. Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr, RISM No. 000105425
  13. Mag ich Unglück nicht widerstahn, RISM No. 000105426
  14. Dies sind die heilgen zehn Gebot, RISM No. 000105427
  15. Auf meinen lieben Gott, RISM No. 000105434
  16. Nun laßt uns Gott dem Herren, RISM No. 000105436
  17. Kommt her zu mir spricht Gottes Sohn, RISM No. 000105439
  18. Der Herr ist mein getreuer Hirt, RISM No. 000105442
  19. Warum betrübst du dich mein Herz, RISM No. 000105443
  20. Von Gott will ich nicht lassen, RISM No. 000105444
  21. Ach Gott vom Himmel sieh darein, RISM No. 000105450
  22. Es spricht der Unweisen Mund wohl, RISM No. 000105451
  23. Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält, RISM No. 000105452
  24. Wenn mein Stündlein vorhanden ist, RISM No. 000105460

Likely by J. M. Bach:

  1. In dulci jubilo, RISM No. 000105409, BWV 751, partially attributed to J. S. Bach, possibly by J. G. Walther.[27]

Possibly by J. M. Bach, the five anonymous preludes:

  1. Christ lag in Todesbanden, RISM No. 000105419
  2. Was mein Gott will das gescheh allzeit, RISM No. 000105438
  3. Ich ruf' zu dir Herr Jesu Christ (in D minor), RISM No. 000105440
  4. Ich ruf' zu dir Herr Jesu Christ (in G minor), RISM No. 000105441
  5. Heut triumphieret Gottes Sohn, RISM No. 000105459

Johann Sebastian Bach

The rediscovered manuscript prompted revisions to J. S. Bach's catalogue and reconsideration of his musical development.[139] The collection contains 40 chorales with a BWV number:[10]

  • Nine chorales were listed in the 1950 first edition of the Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis: BWV 601, 639, 714, 719, 723, 737, 742, 751 and 957.
  • 31 chorales, BWV 1090–1120, were assigned a number in the 1990 second edition of the catalogue.

Two chorales of the first edition of the BWV catalogue are no longer generally associated with J. S. Bach:

  • Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ, BWV 723: although retained in the main catalogue in the 1990s editions of the Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis (not moved to the Anhang of either the doubtful or spurious works), it is often attributed to J. M. Bach, as it is in the Neumeister manuscript.[21]
  • In dulci jubilo, BWV 751: moved to BWV Anh. III (spurious works), it is attributed to J. M. Bach or J. G. Walther.[27]

The other thirty-eight works are most often attributed to J. S. Bach, and are sometimes referred to as the Arnstädter Chorales.[citation needed] Five of them were already known from other sources:

The other thirty-three were partly or wholly new:

  • Two previously known only from fragments:
  • Thirty-one previously unknown works (BWV 1090–1120) now identified as the Neumeister Chorales Nos. 1–31 (including BWV 1096, a somewhat different version of which was known as J. Pachelbel's, from another source):[141][142][42]
  1. Wir Christenleut, BWV 1090
  2. Das alte Jahr vergangen ist, BWV 1091
  3. Herr Gott nun schleuß den Himmel auf, BWV 1092
  4. Herzliebster Jesu, was hast du verbrochen, BWV 1093
  5. O Jesu, wie ist deine Gestalt, BWV 1094
  6. O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig, BWV 1095
  7. Christe, der du bist Tag und Licht, BWV 1096, a.k.a. Wir danken dir, Herr Jesu Christ, possibly by J. Pachelbel,[143] moved to Anh. III (the annex of the spurious works) in BWV2a (1998).[144] The Bach Digital website lists both Bach and Pachelbel as possible composers.[42]
  8. Ehre sei dir, Christe, der du leidest Not, BWV 1097
  9. Wir glauben all an einen Gott, BWV 1098
  10. Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu Dir, BWV 1099
  11. Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ, BWV 1100
  12. Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt, BWV 1101
  13. Du Friedefürst, Herr Jesu Christ, BWV 1102
  14. Erhalt uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort, BWV 1103
  15. Wenn dich Unglück tut greifen an, BWV 1104
  16. Jesu, meine Freude, BWV 1105
  17. Gott ist mein Heil, mein Hilf und Trost, BWV 1106
  18. Jesu, meines Lebens Leben, BWV 1107
  19. Als Jesus Christus in der Nacht, BWV 1108
  20. Ach Gott, tu dich erbarmen, BWV 1109
  21. Oh Herre Gott, dein göttlich Wort, BWV 1110
  22. Nun lasst uns den Leib begraben, BWV 1111
  23. Christus, der ist mein Leben, BWV 1112
  24. Ich hab mein Sach Gott heimgestellt, BWV 1113
  25. Herr Jesu Christ, du höchstes Gut, BWV 1114[110]
  26. Herzlich lieb hab ich dich, o Herr, BWV 1115[112]
  27. Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan, BWV 1116[114]
  28. Alle Menschen müssen sterben, BWV 1117[116]
  29. Werde munter mein Gemüte, BWV 1118
  30. Wie nach einer Wasserquelle, BWV 1119
  31. Christ, der du bist der helle Tag, BWV 1120

The Arnstädter Chorales are considered on stylistic grounds to be early works, probably dating from 1703 to 1707, when Bach was active at Arnstadt, and possibly even earlier.[145] They provide a new window on his formative years as a composer and cast the chorale preludes in the Orgelbüchlein, previously considered his earliest essays in the form, in a fresh light: the Orgelbüchlein pieces are not the work of a precocious beginner, but of an already practised hand.

Publication

Wolff published the chorale preludes by J. S. Bach in 1985, and a facsimile of the complete collection in 1986.[146][147]

Entire Neumeister Collection

A facsimile of the entire collection was published in 1986.[147] In the 21st century facsimile renderings of the Neumeister manuscript became available on the Bach Digital website.[10]

21st-century editions of Johann Sebastian Bach's Neumeister Chorales

Christoph Wolff's 2003 edition Orgelchoräle der Neumeister-Sammlung (Organ Chorales from the Neumeister Collection), Score and Critical Commentary, Volume 9 of Series IV: Organ Works of the New Bach Edition (Neue Bach-Ausgabe, NBA), includes 36 chorales (BWV 714, 719, 737, 742, 957 and 1090–1120).[146] Of the 40 Neumeister chorales with a BWV number, four are not included in this edition:

  • BWV 601 and 639, well-known from the Orgelbüchlein.[130][128]
  • BWV 723 and 751: likely not by Bach.[21][27]

The NBA volume presented Bach's Neumeister Chorales in the order in which they occurred in the Neumeister manuscript.[146] The 2018 last two volumes of Breitkopf & Härtel (B&H)'s new Urtext edition of Bach's organ works included them in alphabetical order, that is, together with other chorale preludes transmitted independently of the collections collated by the composer.[148] The B&H edition includes 35 chorale preludes of the Neumeister Collection: apart from the four BWV numbers not adopted in the NBA edition, it additionally omits BWV 1096 (likely composed by J. Pachelbel).[148]

Johann Sebastian Bach's Neumeister Chorales, NBA (2003) and B&H (2018) publications
NBA BWV Title B&H
01 0719 Der Tag, der ist so freudenreich IX, 33
02 1090 Wir Christenleut X, 57
03 1091 Das alte Jahr vergangen ist IX, 31
04 1092 Herr Gott nun schleuß den Himmel auf X, 5
05 1093 Herzliebster Jesu, was hast du verbrochen X, 11
06 1094 O Jesu, wie ist deine Gestalt X, 37
07 1095 O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig X, 39
08 1096 Christe, der du bist Tag und Licht
09 1097 Ehre sei dir, Christe, der du leidest Not IX, 36
10 1098 Wir glauben all an einen Gott X, 60
11 1099 Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu Dir IX, 22
12 1100 Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ IX, 18
13 0714 Ach Gott und Herr IX, 13
14 0742 Ach Herr, mich armen Sünder IX, 14
15 1101 Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt IX, 35
16 1102 Du Friedefürst, Herr Jesu Christ IX, 34
17 1103 Erhalt uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort IX, 40
18 0737 Vater unser im Himmelreich X, 43
19 1104 Wenn dich Unglück tut greifen an X, 49
20 1105 Jesu, meine Freude X, 18
21 1106 Gott ist mein Heil, mein Hilf und Trost IX, 47
22 1107 Jesu, meines Lebens Leben, BWV X, 20
23 1108 Als Jesus Christus in der Nacht IX, 20
24 1109 Ach Gott, tu dich erbarmen IX, 12
25 1110 O Herre Gott, dein göttlich Wort X, 36
26 1111 Nun lasst uns den Leib begraben X, 34
27 1112 Christus, der ist mein Leben IX, 29
28 1113 Ich hab mein Sach Gott heimgestellt X, 13
29 1114 Herr Jesu Christ, du höchstes Gut X, 8
30 1115 Herzlich lieb hab ich dich, o Herr X, 9
31 1116 Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan X, 47
32 1117 Alle Menschen müssen sterben IX, 19
33 0957 Machs mit mir Gott, nach deiner Güt X, 30
34 1118 Werde munter mein Gemüte X, 53
35 1119 Wie nach einer Wasserquelle X, 54
36 1120 Christ, der du bist der helle Tag IX, 24

Performances and recordings

The Bach chorales in the Neumeister Collection attracted the interest of organists even before they were published. They were first performed privately by Wilhelm Krumbach at Utrecht in January 1985, and publicly by John Ferris and Charles Krigbaum at Yale in March.[5][149] Later the same year, Joseph Payne made the world-premiere recording for Harmonia Mundi at St. Paul's Church in Brookline, Massachusetts, working from a photostat of the Yale manuscript, and Werner Jacob made the first recording of the Wolff edition for EMI-Angel on a restored Johann Andreas Silbermann organ at Arlesheim cathedral.[150]

Notes

  1. ^ a b This is Johann Sebastian's cousin, Johann Christoph Bach (1642–1703) of Eisenach, not his uncle Johann Christoph Bach (1645–1693) of Arnstadt, or his older brother and teacher Johann Christoph Bach (1671–1721) of Orhdruf.[11]

References

  1. ^ a b Manuscript LM 4708 in Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut (USA); the so-called Neumeister Collection. Accessed 2 March 2014.
  2. ^ Richard D. P. Jones, The Creative Development of Johann Sebastian Bach, Volume 1, 1695–1717: Music to Delight the Spirit (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007), p. 74.
  3. ^ Jones 2002, p. 10
  4. ^ Wolff 1991, p. 110
  5. ^ a b c d "Dispute over Bach discovery", The New York Times, 13 April 1985. Accessed 13 March 2014.
  6. ^ a b Will Crutchfield, "Organ preludes attributed to Bach found at Yale", The New York Times, 19 December 1984. Accessed 13 March 2014.
  7. ^ a b Stinson 1987, p. 353.
  8. ^ Christoph Wolff, "Bach's organ music: studies and discoveries", The Musical Times, vol. 126, no. 1705 (March, 1985), p. 152, n. 7.
  9. ^ "Opus 33: Who really found Bach preludes?" Chicago Tribune, 28 April 1985. Accessed 16 February 2015.
  10. ^ a b c d US-NH LM 4708 (Ma21 Y11 A30) "Neumeister Collection" at Bach Digital website
  11. ^ David Schulenberg, A Bach Manuscript Recovered: Berlin, Bibliothek der Hochschule der Künste, Spitta Ms. 1491, typescript, 1998.
  12. ^ a b Wolff 1991, p. 121
  13. ^ RISM No. 000105397
  14. ^ RISM No. 000105398
  15. ^ RISM No. 000105399
  16. ^ RISM No. 000105400
  17. ^ RISM No. 000105401
  18. ^ RISM No. 000105402
  19. ^ RISM No. 000105403
  20. ^ RISM No. 000105404
  21. ^ a b c d Work 0846 at Bach Digital website.
  22. ^ RISM No. 000105405
  23. ^ RISM No. 000105406
  24. ^ RISM No. 000105407
  25. ^ a b Work 0841 at Bach Digital website.
  26. ^ RISM No. 000105408
  27. ^ a b c d Work 0880 at Bach Digital website.
  28. ^ RISM No. 000105409
  29. ^ RISM No. 000105410
  30. ^ Work 1276 at Bach Digital website.
  31. ^ RISM No. 000105411
  32. ^ Work 1277 at Bach Digital website.
  33. ^ RISM No. 000105412
  34. ^ Work 1278 at Bach Digital website.
  35. ^ RISM No. 000105413
  36. ^ Work 1279 at Bach Digital website.
  37. ^ RISM No. 000105414
  38. ^ Work 1280 at Bach Digital website.
  39. ^ RISM No. 000105415
  40. ^ Work 1281 at Bach Digital website.
  41. ^ RISM No. 000105416
  42. ^ a b c Work 1282 at Bach Digital website.
  43. ^ RISM No. 000105417
  44. ^ Work 1283 at Bach Digital website.
  45. ^ RISM No. 000105418
  46. ^ RISM No. 000105419
  47. ^ RISM No. 000105420
  48. ^ RISM No. 000105421
  49. ^ RISM No. 000105422
  50. ^ RISM No. 000105423
  51. ^ RISM No. 000105424
  52. ^ RISM No. 000105425
  53. ^ RISM No. 000105426
  54. ^ RISM No. 000105427
  55. ^ Work 1284 at Bach Digital website.
  56. ^ RISM No. 000105428
  57. ^ Work 1285 at Bach Digital website.
  58. ^ RISM No. 000105429
  59. ^ Work 1286 at Bach Digital website.
  60. ^ RISM No. 000105430
  61. ^ RISM No. 000105431
  62. ^ a b Work 0836 at Bach Digital website.
  63. ^ RISM No. 000105432
  64. ^ a b Work 0870 at Bach Digital website.
  65. ^ RISM No. 000105433
  66. ^ RISM No. 000105434
  67. ^ Work 1287 at Bach Digital website.
  68. ^ RISM No. 000105435
  69. ^ RISM No. 000105436
  70. ^ Work 1288 at Bach Digital website.
  71. ^ RISM No. 000105437
  72. ^ RISM No. 000105438
  73. ^ RISM No. 000105439
  74. ^ RISM No. 000105440
  75. ^ RISM No. 000105441
  76. ^ RISM No. 000105442
  77. ^ RISM No. 000105443
  78. ^ RISM No. 000105444
  79. ^ Work 1289 at Bach Digital website.
  80. ^ RISM No. 000105445
  81. ^ a b Work 0864 at Bach Digital website.
  82. ^ RISM No. 000105446
  83. ^ Work 1290 at Bach Digital website.
  84. ^ RISM No. 000105447
  85. ^ Work 1291 at Bach Digital website.
  86. ^ RISM No. 000105448
  87. ^ Work 1292 at Bach Digital website.
  88. ^ RISM No. 000105449
  89. ^ RISM No. 000105450
  90. ^ RISM No. 000105451
  91. ^ RISM No. 000105452
  92. ^ RISM No. 000105453
  93. ^ Work 1293 at Bach Digital website.
  94. ^ RISM No. 000105454
  95. ^ Work 1294 at Bach Digital website.
  96. ^ RISM No. 000105455
  97. ^ Work 1295 at Bach Digital website.
  98. ^ RISM No. 000105456
  99. ^ Work 1296 at Bach Digital website.
  100. ^ RISM No. 000105457
  101. ^ RISM No. 000105458
  102. ^ RISM No. 000105459
  103. ^ RISM No. 000105460
  104. ^ Work 1297 at Bach Digital website.
  105. ^ RISM No. 000105461
  106. ^ Work 1298 at Bach Digital website.
  107. ^ RISM No. 000105462
  108. ^ Work 1299 at Bach Digital website.
  109. ^ RISM No. 000105463
  110. ^ a b Work 1300 at Bach Digital website.
  111. ^ RISM No. 000105464
  112. ^ a b Work 1301 at Bach Digital website.
  113. ^ RISM No. 000105465
  114. ^ a b Work 1302 at Bach Digital website.
  115. ^ RISM No. 000105466
  116. ^ a b Work 1303 at Bach Digital website.
  117. ^ RISM No. 000105467
  118. ^ a b Work 1134 at Bach Digital website.
  119. ^ RISM No. 000105468
  120. ^ Work 1304 at Bach Digital website.
  121. ^ RISM No. 000105469
  122. ^ Work 1305 at Bach Digital website.
  123. ^ RISM No. 000105470
  124. ^ RISM No. 000105471
  125. ^ Work 1306 at Bach Digital website.
  126. ^ RISM No. 000105472
  127. ^ RISM No. 000105473
  128. ^ a b c Work 0727 at Bach Digital website.
  129. ^ RISM No. 000105474
  130. ^ a b c Work 0684 at Bach Digital website.
  131. ^ RISM No. 000105475
  132. ^ RISM No. 000105476
  133. ^ RISM No. 000105477
  134. ^ RISM No. 000105478
  135. ^ RISM No. 000105479
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