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Help to identify these two BWV please
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Theodor
2008-01-12 16:30:07 UTC
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1) Hi everyone, for years I've been trying to find the BWV of this music
(quite sure is bach). The mp3 bellow is everything I have. I heard it in the
radio, recorded a fragment in my mobile phone and I passed it into a music
sheet. Some parts are made up but most of the melody and the base are Bach,
all I did in order to get somebody to identify it. You can listen to the mp3
by clicking here:

http://www.holycrossfulham.co.uk/bach/BachUk2fragment.mp3

2) The second one is much easier, I had it in a tape, I lost it but I can
still reproduce by heart, I only made it trying to keep the original
orchestration because it's the only version I ever heard. (excuse me the
mistakes). This is the link:
http://www.holycrossfulham.co.uk/bach/BachUk1short.mp3

or here if you need it longer:
http://www.holycrossfulham.co.uk/bach/BachUk1complete.mp3

Thanks for your help, I will end years of search,
lol
Theodor
Thomas Wood
2008-01-13 19:49:10 UTC
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1) is the Cantata (or Motet) O Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht, BWV 118.

2) is the aria "Bist du bei mir" BWV 508 from the Anna Magdalena Notebook --
not by Bach, as it tuns out, but Sto:lzel.

Tom Wood
Post by Theodor
1) Hi everyone, for years I've been trying to find the BWV of this music
(quite sure is bach). The mp3 bellow is everything I have. I heard it in
the radio, recorded a fragment in my mobile phone and I passed it into a
music sheet. Some parts are made up but most of the melody and the base
are Bach, all I did in order to get somebody to identify it. You can
http://www.holycrossfulham.co.uk/bach/BachUk2fragment.mp3
2) The second one is much easier, I had it in a tape, I lost it but I can
still reproduce by heart, I only made it trying to keep the original
orchestration because it's the only version I ever heard. (excuse me the
http://www.holycrossfulham.co.uk/bach/BachUk1short.mp3
http://www.holycrossfulham.co.uk/bach/BachUk1complete.mp3
Thanks for your help, I will end years of search,
lol
Theodor
Theodor
2008-01-13 20:41:24 UTC
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I'm really grateful specially for the first one (I knew the second one was
an easy one but I never suspected THAT easy). But in the 118 I gave up many
times, and finally my search reached the end. Thank you Thomas.
Theodor
Post by Thomas Wood
1) is the Cantata (or Motet) O Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht, BWV 118.
2) is the aria "Bist du bei mir" BWV 508 from the Anna Magdalena
Notebook -- not by Bach, as it tuns out, but Sto:lzel.
Tom Wood
Post by Theodor
1) Hi everyone, for years I've been trying to find the BWV of this music
(quite sure is bach). The mp3 bellow is everything I have. I heard it in
the radio, recorded a fragment in my mobile phone and I passed it into a
music sheet. Some parts are made up but most of the melody and the base
are Bach, all I did in order to get somebody to identify it. You can
http://www.holycrossfulham.co.uk/bach/BachUk2fragment.mp3
2) The second one is much easier, I had it in a tape, I lost it but I can
still reproduce by heart, I only made it trying to keep the original
orchestration because it's the only version I ever heard. (excuse me the
http://www.holycrossfulham.co.uk/bach/BachUk1short.mp3
http://www.holycrossfulham.co.uk/bach/BachUk1complete.mp3
Thanks for your help, I will end years of search,
lol
Theodor
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