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Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4. Work Title Passacaglia in D minor Alt ernative. Duration 5 minutes Composer Time Period Comp. Scores Buxtehude, Dietrich Baroque style Baroque Passacaglias For organ Scores featuring the organ For 1 player For strings, continuo arr For strings with continuo arr Scores featuring string ensemble arr For 4 recorders arr Scores featuring the recorder arr For 4 players arr For piano arr For 1 player arr Scores featuring the piano arr Pages with arrangements Works first published in Works first published in the 19th century Pages with commercial recordings Pages with commercial recordings Naxos collection Pages with commercial recordings BnF collection Pages with parts for purchase.
These file s are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection. Editor Philipp Spitta Max Seiffert — , revision. Orgelcompositionen , Band I, No. Plate D. Organ Works Mineola: Dover Publications , n.
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Arranger August Stradal Leipzig: J. Plate Buxtehude, Dietrich.
Passacaglia in D minor, BuxWV 161 (Buxtehude, Dietrich)
It is generally acknowledged as one of his most important works, and was possibly an influence on Bach 's Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor BWV , as well as Brahms ' music. Buxtehude's passacaglia only survives in a single source: the so-called Andreas Bach Buch, compiled by Johann Sebastian's eldest brother, Johann Christoph Bach — No information on the date of composition survives. Buxtehude scholar Michael Belotti suggested that all three ostinato works were composed after There are four sections, exploring a total of three keys.
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Passacaglia in D minor, BuxWV 161
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