• O sanctissima / O du7 froehliche - Research exposee and Bibliographical Survey

    Author(s):
    Bruno Antonio Buike (see profile)
    Date:
    2021
    Subject(s):
    Ethnomusicology, Christians, Sacred music, Composition (Music)
    Item Type:
    Essay
    Tag(s):
    Sicily mariners, Goethe-era folksongstudies, Christian, Music composition
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/0zb8-za03
    Abstract:
    Neuss: Bruno Buike 2021 - 44 p. - E21 - multilingual - (from web-html-edition 2006) - This was a preliminary study on my music-setting for organ BBWV38 - Research so far seems to indicate, that this melody became known during the socalled "first international folksong enthusiasm", which was as early as in Goethe-times. However Informations BEFORE 1800 are rare, blurry, vague. Any possible conncections to Sardinian "Cantu di Tenoro" or Corsican Polyphony not even in focus of research. Poor research - but what a great melody and MUSIC reminding on the heavenly origins of the arts!
    Notes:
    sheetmusic BBWV38 in German Natioal Library - this text somehow escaped registration and will be presented in 2021 both in paper-print and in doi-publication
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    Last Updated:
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