Chorale

BWV 20 The Pleasure of This World by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 20 The Pleasure of This World by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) In the early 1700s, Bach’s chorales enchanted listeners with their inventive harmonies, chromaticism, contrapuntal motion, and changes of tonal center. Since that time, music students the world over have studied the chorales as a paragon of “common practice” harmony and voice leading. And, …

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BWV 300 Thou Great Man of Sorrow by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 300 Thou Great Man of Sorrow by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) In the early 1700s, Bach’s chorales enchanted listeners with their inventive harmonies, chromaticism, contrapuntal motion, and changes of tonal center. Since that time, music students the world over have studied the chorales as a paragon of “common practice” harmony and voice leading. And, …

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BWV 301 Thou, O Fair Universe by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 301 Thou, O Fair Universe by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) In the early 1700s, Bach’s chorales enchanted listeners with their inventive harmonies, chromaticism, contrapuntal motion, and changes of tonal center. Since that time, music students the world over have studied the chorales as a paragon of “common practice” harmony and voice leading. And, by …

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BWV 67 Chorale by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 67 Chorale Du Fridenfurst, Herr Jesu Christ by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) In the early 1700s, Bach’s chorales enchanted listeners with their inventive harmonies, chromaticism, contrapuntal motion, and changes of tonal center. Since that time, music students the world over have studied the chorales as a paragon of “common practice” harmony and voice leading. …

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