12 edition of Bach and the dance of God found in the catalog.
Bach and the dance of God
Wilfrid Howard Mellers
Includes bibliography and index.
|LC Classifications||ML410.B1 M33 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 324 p. :|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||81122295|
Johann Sebastian Bach, (born March 21 [Ma New Style], , Eisenach, Thuringia, Ernestine Saxon Duchies [Germany]—died J , Leipzig), composer of the Baroque era, the most celebrated member of a large family of north German gh he was admired by his contemporaries primarily as an outstanding harpsichordist, organist, . Johann Sebastian Bach & the Bible -"In devotional music, God is always present with His grace" Johann Sebastian Bach was born in Eisenbach, Germany, cello suites, sonatas and partitas for solo violin, cantatas, and formal dance music. In , an Augustinian Friar produced this Book in the common vernacular.
Bach's setting of "O God, from Heaven Look Down." Top: I. Luther and His Paraphrase of Psalm bbbbPeter Brunner aptly asserts the significance of the psalms to the liturgical life of the church in his Worship in the Name of Jesus: The Psalter of the Bible plus the Old and New Testament canticles are the church's prayer-book and its hymnbook. The Bach cello suites are considered to be among the most profound of all classical music works. Wilfrid Mellers described them in as "Monophonic music wherein a man has created a dance of God." Due to the works' technical demands, étude-like nature, and difficulty Composed: between and
““ the book must be welcomed for its leading ideas, wide range of reference and helpful advice on performance.” —Continuo “Dance and the Music of J.S. Bach is of such value that it must be read and consulted by anyone concerned with the scholarship or performance of Baroque music and dance.” —Dance Chronicle “ an indispensable guide to performance of . “In Bach, the vital cells of music are united as the world is in God.” - Gustav Mahler “Bach almost persuades me to be a Christian.” - Roger Fry “Everything is to be possible!” - Johann Sebastian Bach “Where there is devotional music, God is always at hand with his gracious presence.” - Johann Sebastian Bach.
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Anybody here have thoughts about Wilfrid Mellers' book Bach and the Dance of God. Interesting exploration of meaning and theology in Bach's music. (It's been about 10 years now since I read a library copy; about time to read it again!) He has also written books about Couperin, Beethoven, Bob Dylan, The Beatles, et al.
Bach and the Dance of God [Mellers, Wilfrid] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Bach and the Dance of GodCited by: Bach and the Dance of God book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Wilfrid Mellers is a composer, musician and author. Honorary Fel /5(5). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations, music ; 24 cm: Contents: [Part] I: Prelude --God, "Europe", Bach and the high baroque --Voice and body: Bach's solo cello suites as an apotheosis of the dance --Harmony, counterpoint and the cross in the Well-tempered clavier --[Part] II: The second Adam --A study.
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Bach & God explores the religious character of Bach's vocal and instrumental music in seven interrelated essays. Noted musicologist Michael Marissen offers wide-ranging interpretive insights from careful biblical and theological scrutiny of the librettos.
Yet he also shows how Bach's pitches, rhythms, and tone colors can make contributions to a /5(8). Book Review: Michael Marissen's "Bach & God" William Hoffman wrote (July 9, ): Among the spate of new books on Bach studies this year is one with an intriguing title, “BACH& GOD,” in bold letters with a dark portrait background (New York: Oxford University Press, ).
The answer is yes, and through Bach & God’s seven essays, a multivalent and luminous image of J. Bach as a “musical-religious interpreter” appears (13). Marissen’s book is divided into four parts, and while the essays were individually published across three decades, Bach & God mostly feels like a cohesive whole.
In part 1, Marissen. Mr. Marissen, 55, is a musicologist and professor emeritus at Swarthmore College; Oxford University Press is issuing his “Bach & God,” a book.
"'Bach & God' (Oxford) is the splendid title of a new book by Michael Marissen, a professor emeritus at Swarthmore College. It brings to mind two approximately equal figures engaged in a complicated dialogue, like Jefferson and Adams, or Siskel and Ebert.
The book is one of a number of recent attempts to grapple with Bach's religiosity."/5(9). This album contains the complete Partitas by Bach, presented by Piano Classics, a label of Brilliant Classics.
Online purchase or streaming. Introduction “Monophonic music wherein a man has created a dance of God.” That is how Wilfrid Mellers, in his book, Bach and the Dance of God, describes the Six Suites for Unaccompanied Violoncello by J.S.
Bach.1 This pithy yet provocative preamble comprises several of the important threads one may consider when studying and performing this repertoire. Bach & God explores the religious character of Bach's vocal and instrumental music in seven interrelated essays.
Noted musicologist Michael Marissen offers wide-ranging interpretive insights from careful biblical and theological scrutiny of the librettos. Yet he also shows how Bach's pitches, rhythms, and tone colors can make contributions to a work's plausible meanings that. Honorary Fellow of Downing College, Cambridge.
This is his classic book on Bach. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Bach And The Dance Of God available in Hardcover.
Add to Wishlist. ISBN ISBN Pub. Date: 01/06 Price: $ The Orgelbüchlein (Little Organ Book) BWV − is a set of 45 chorale preludes for organ — one of them is given in two versions — by Johann Sebastian but three were written between and when Bach served as organist to the ducal court in Weimar; the remainder and a short two-bar fragment came no earlier thanafter the composer’s.
Best Books on Bach I grew to become an adept of Bach last year and read several books that I loved. Perhaps they will be of interest to folks wanting to learn more about this iconic and fascinating composer at the core of baroque music and a key influence on the classical and romantic waves that followed.
Bach singles out passages describing music as a vessel of divinity: in one note, he observes that music was “especially ordered by God’s spirit through David,” and in another he writes. Bach the universal genius freely mixed compositional materials—dances as obbligatos to chorale tunes, dance rhythms organizing large concerto-like pieces for chorus and orchestra, dance music expressing texts of the most intimate sacred cantata arias, keyboard fugues which could be danced to, at least one cantata aria with two different dance.
For that reason Bach must remain a closed book to those for whom the category of divinity is meaningless, and hence deny that it is possible "to make divine things human and human things divine." Music — even Bach's music — cannot be "divine" unless God is a presence, unseen and perhaps unconscious, in our lives.
From Bach and the Dance of God it is clear that this composite study is not to be confined to musical works of an overtly sacred genre. The lingering medieval mind of Bach’s Lutheran heritage, Mellers believes, equated or all but equated the sacred and the secular spheres, so that the entire body of Bach’s music is, in the deepest sense.
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