Deducing the Original Sounds of Bach's Organ Works

Deducing the Original Sounds of Bach's Organ Works

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Johann Sebastian Bach likely made considerable use of the imitative nature of organ sounds when selecting registrations at the organ. A study of Bach's written evaluations of various organs and the specifications of organs with which he was familiar enables a general assessment of his expectations regarding organ construction and capablilities.Violin A 2a#39; imitative string stop found on the manuals. Violon Violon Bass ... on the manuals. Zimbeln gedoppelt A Zimbel with two mouths on each pipe. ... like a reed. ACCESSORIES (TONAL) Bird Song A novelty stop that sounded like 116.

Title:Deducing the Original Sounds of Bach's Organ Works
Author: Elaine S. Dykstra
Publisher: - 2007

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