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Marpurg and Kirnberger, in the course of a heated debate, appear clzve agree that Bach required all the major thirds to be sharper than pure—which is in any case virtually a prerequisite for any temperament to be good in all keys.
This file is part of the Merton-Ourtext Project. Labyrinthus musicus, Calculus musicus, facsimile of the manuscripts.
The preludes are also notable for their odd or irregular numbers of measures, in terms of both the phrases and the bxch number of measures in a given prelude. PDF scanned by piano.
Several attempts have been made to analyse the motivic connections between each prelude and fugue,  — most notably Wilhelm Werker  and Johann Nepomuk David  The most direct motivic reference appears in the B major set from Book 1, in which the fugue subject uses the first four notes of the prelude, in the same metric position but at half speed.
Nevertheless, some musicologists say it is insufficiently proven that Bach’s looped drawing signifies anything reliable about a tuning method. Bach-Gesellschaft AusgabeBand 14 Leipzig: It was later shown that this was the work of a composer who was not even born in Bach Twelve Little Preludes. 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. For the later set of 24 preludes and fugues, see: Bach-Gesellschaft AusgabeBand 44 Leipzig: Furthermore, some two hundred years before Bach’s time, equal temperament was realized on plucked string instruments, such as the lute and the theorboresulting in several collections of pieces in all keys although the music was not yet tonal in the modern sense of the word:.
Since there have been many other proposals and many performances of the work in different and unequal tunings, some derived from historical sources, some by modern authors. Knowing this, my points of view are meant to provide input, rather than to represent “truth”.
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The rising chromatic pattern continues until every key has been dlave, finishing with a B minor fugue. This page was last edited on 18 Decemberat The two major primary sources for this collection of Preludes and Fugues are the “London Original” LO manuscript, dated between andwith scribes including Bach, his wife Anna Magdalena and his oldest son Wilhelm Friedeman, which is the basis for Version A of WTC II and for Version B, that is the version published by the 19th-century Bach-Gesellschafta copy primarily written by Johann Christoph Altnickol Bach’s son-in-lawwith some corrections clavd Bach, and later also by Altnickol and others.
Bach’s title suggests that he had written for a note well-tempered tuning system in which all keys sounded in tune also known as “circular temperament”. Performer Pages Peter Bradley-Fulgoni piano.
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Please obey the copyright laws of your country. Bach gave the title Das Wohltemperirte Clavier to a book of preludes and fugues in all 24 major and minor keys, datedcomposed “for the profit and use of musical youth desirous of tmperado, and especially for the pastime of those already skilled in this study”.
Forkel reports that Bach tuned his own harpsichords and clavichords and found other people’s tunings unsatisfactory; flave own allowed him to play in all keys and to modulate into distant keys almost without the listeners noticing it.
But, with the maturing of the Classical style in the s, the Well-Tempered Clavier began to influence bbien course of musical history, with Haydn and Mozart studying the work closely. I am aware that many of the statements on this website are clafe and can therefore be challenged and debated. The three most cited sources are ForkelBach’s first biographer ; Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurgwho received information from Bach’s sons and pupils; and Johann Kirnbergerone of those pupils.
More information about this can be found here. Before the advent of modern tonality in the late 17th century, numerous composers produced collections of pieces in all seven modes: Biej prints have undergone editing, and legibility and accuracy can be expected to be superior to Merton archive files displayed here. Harpsichord performances of various parts of Book I by Martha Goldstein are in the public domain.