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Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann [1710 - 1784)

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This publication is version 2.0 of the version already published in 2013. Unlike the previous version, in this one the sources are: 1) the autograph of the score (Berlin, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Musikabteilung (DB), Mus .ms. Bach P 325 (2), RISM ID no.: 1001013649); 2) the manuscript of separate parts (Berlin, Sing-Akademie zu Berlin, D-Bsa, SA 3260, RISM ID no.: 469326000). The separate parts have some differences compared to the autograph. In particular, in the autograph, the Allegro is in four parts without flutes.

Version 2.0
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The source of Concerto in A minor (Fk 45, C 14) is an autograph of the score, Berlin, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Musikabteilung (D-B), Mus.ms. Bach P 329 (10a), RISM ID no.: 1001014488. Title on source: “Concerto â Clavic: Obligato, 2 Violini Viola et Basso. | di W. F. Bach”.

Version 1.0
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The present edition of “Concerto Doppio” (BR-WFB C 11) is a transcription from the partly autograph set of parts (ms. SA 2635, RISM ID no. 469263500), available at the Sing-Akademie zu Berlin. Caption title: “Nom: 3. | Cembalo Primo: | [by F. Baumann: "Concertato"] | Concertato Doppio in Es. [F. Baumann:] major | [incipit] | 2. Cembali Concertati | 2. Violini. in duplo | 2. Clarini. e Thympani Dis. | 2. Corni, _____ in Dis. | Viola in dupl. | e | Basso in duplo | Dell Sigr”.

Version 1.0
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The present edition of „Concerto per il Flauto traverso concertato“ (BR-WFB C 15) is a transcription from the partly autograph score and parts manuscript (ms. SA 2637, RISM ID no. 469263700), available at the Sing-Akademie zu Berlin. Caption title: „Concerto / Per il / Flauto Traverso Concertato / ... / Del Sigr: Quantz [cancelled] Wilhelm Friedeman Bach / à Berlin“.

Version 1.0
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Source of “Sinfonia” in D minor. Falk 65, is the urtext edition of the score: “W. F. Bach, Adagio und Fuge, Edition Schott, CON 14, 1970”. The original source is a 6 parts ms., available at Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Berlin, D B SA 3260, Faszikel 2 (1775?).

Version 1.0.