In the 19th-century Bach Gesellschaft edition the canon was published in Volume 45) mentions Haussmann's paintings as original sources for the work (p. giving rise to various conversion tables at the end of books on Bach's compositions (e.g.
438), and likewise the Bach Digital website gives a description of both paintings as sources for the piece (linked from Bach Digital Work page 1262). Harvey Grace's in a 1922 book on Bach's organ compositions) In 1900 the BG published its last volume, and dissolved itself, as its primary goal, publishing all of Bach's known works, was accomplished.
In fact, certain pieces were written with a specific number of players in mind.For example, the decet/dixtuor in D, opus 14 by George Enescu was written for ten players (flutes, oboe, English horn, two clarinets, two horns and two bassoons).However, ever since its emergence in the 18th century (Baroque period), the most common instruments in a chamber orchestra are those of the violin, viola, cello and the piano.Johann Sebastian Bach composed cantatas, motets, masses, Magnificats, Passions, oratorios, four-part chorales, songs and arias. The BG was succeeded by the Neue Bachgesellschaft (NBG), with a new set of goals (Bach yearbook, Bach festivals, Bach museum).His instrumental music includes concertos, suites, sonatas, fugues, and other works for organ, harpsichord, lute, violin, cello, flute, chamber ensemble and orchestra. Nearly all of them are listed in the The earliest lists of Bach's compositions are given by his biographers, starting from his obituary which gives a list of instrumental works printed during the composer's lifetime (from Clavier-Übung I to The Art of Fugue), followed by a list which groups other types of compositions he wrote. Occasionally however the NBG published newly discovered works, or variants not published in the BGA.Scary horror film music with a threatening and gloomy mood, that makes one’s flesh crawl.