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(10) The Praeludium is printed in Thomas Goffe, The Careles Shepherdess: A tragicomedy Acted before the King & Queen, And at Salisbury-Court, with great Applause (London, 1656), Br-B4v.
Do the note-values of the final cadence of the Praeludium in C major, BuxWV137, for example, really need to be changed?
(82.) "A Praeludium to Mr Richard Bromes Playes," in Richard Brome, Five New Plays (1653), A2.
The venue yesterday and today is the Chapel of the Holy Spirit, and the music that could be heard was from the first contestant, Robert Horton, playing the opening of Dietrich Buxtehude's Praeludium in E minor.
The program includes Praeludium and Fugue in G Minor by Dietrich Buxtehude; Three Fugues on Russian Themes by Mikhail Glinka and Reinhold Gliere; Toccata and Fuga in D Minor (``Dorienne'') by J.S.
At the concert in Coventry, the audience will be able to hear Kreisler's Praeludium and Allegro arrangement further adapted by Evelyn for vibraphone.
Some were expressly written for that instrument, others for keyboard instruments in general, and the Buxtehude praeludium for the organ; Simmonds is certainly a convincing advocate of both music and instruments.
The Buxtehude Praeludium in F# minor (2) from the Buxtehude collected works falls victim to both of the preceding problems, plus a plain inaccuracy.
The 1pm concert, at Huddersfield Town Hall, will include a programme of music by M Phillips: Empire March, D Buxtehude: Praeludium in D minor, M Festing: Largo, Allegro, Aria and Variations, J S Bach: Trio on Allein Gott in der Hoh sei Ehr, R Vaughan Williams: Rhosymedre and J Reubke: Sonata The 94th Psalm.
She begins with Kreisler's Praeludium and Allegro, continues with sonatas by Bach, Mozart and Greig and concludes with Melodie of Tchaikovsky and Bartok's Six Romanian Dances.
Partnered by Martin Roscoe at the piano, she engagingly introduced an enthralling panorama of the way the relationship between violin and keyboard has developed over the last 300 years, and after opening with a stunning account of Kreisler's spoof-baroque Pugnani Praeludium and Allegro they moved on to the genuine stuff with Bach's E major Sonata.
Also potentially important is the claim that with Scheidemann the keyboard praeambulum developed from a relatively undifferentiated "single-section piece" to something resembling the later north German organ praeludium, in which improvisatory outer sections frame a central fugue (p.