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Vogler: Pièces de clavecin (1798); and Zwei und dreisig Präludien (1806)

Georg Joseph Vogler
Pièces de clavecin (1798); and Zwei und dreisig Präludien (1806)
Edited by Floyd K. Grave
Vogler: Pièces de clavecin (1798); and Zwei und dreisig Präludien (1806)
Full Score (1986)
9x12, xvi + 114 pp.

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Abbé Vogler reveals a complex and adventurous personality in these two sets of keyboard music. While Pièces de clavecin features textural novelty in variations on melodies purportedly of Scandinavian, Russian, African, and Chinese origin, Zwei und dreisig Präludien (designed for either organ or piano and supplied with optional pedal parts) blends echoes of current chamber and theater styles with far-reaching excursions into realms of chromatic harmony and motivic elaboration.
Pièces de clavecin
Barcarolle de Venise
Romance africaine
Phantasie tracéee sur Cheu Teu: Air chinois
Min far han var en Vestgöthe han han: Chanson suedoise
Pente chordium
Ak minan rakas linduisen: Air finois
Höns gummans visa: Chanson suedoise
Air barbaresque
Marche de Charles XII auprès de Narva
Air russe
Marche des Chevaliers de l'Ordre des Seraphims en Suéde
Quarndansen: Danse suedoise
Solfeggio de cembalo
Zwei und dreisig Präludien
I–II in C major
III–IV in C minor
V–VI in D major
VII–VIII in D minor
IX–X in E-flat major
XI–XII in E major
XIII–XIV in E minor
XV–XVI in F major
XVII–XVIII in F minor
XIX–XX in F-sharp minor
XXI–XXII in G major
XXIII–XXIV in G minor
XXV–XXVI in A major
XXIX–XXX in B-flat major
XXXI–XXXII in B minor
Elizabeth Norman McKay, Music & Letters, February 1989
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