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We can safely assume that he never performed it as a whole. The theory put forward in reccent times Smend that we are not dealing with a self-contained work at all, but with a random collection of four complete works for Lutheran services that Bach gathered together in one volume, we cannot subscribe to in this radical form. We cannot believe in a mere chance that, of all things, a complete Latin Mass in the correct sequence and most consistent in the performing forces and key used was "collected" in this score, particularly in view of the reappearance of the Gratias from the Gloria in the Dona nobis pacem , which can only be interpreted as an intentional binding together of the whole work.
Working on the same bases as Smend, Georg von Dadelsen arrives at a result that underlines the works unity.
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Bach completed the score of the B minor Mass in the years around , in the very period in which he wrote his great cyclical works The Art of Fugue and The Musical Offering. The incorporation of works already composed into this score Sanc t us , and its extension into a complete Mass through the adaptation of other suitable compositions, can most readily be explained by the assumption that Bach, beside his passions and other great cycles, wanted to leave to posterity a big Latin mass.
Did Bach the orthodox Lutheran then create a super-denominational or even "Catholic" Mass?
For Bach this was by no means as inconceivable as people liked to regard it in Iater times. After all, in the dedicatory preface to the Missa he had written to the Catholic King Augustus Ill; " I offer in humhlest oherlicnce, whenever Your Royal Highness demands, With regard to the performance of parts of the Mass and their composition, Smend's arguments are entirely convincing. The Missa , i. For this ceremony Bach composed the work.
The "Symbolum Nicenum", the Credo , may well have been again according to Smend composed for the festive rererication of the rebuilt St. Thoma's School on 5th June ; the Sanctus according to G. Dadelsen was first performed at Christmas The movements that follow, Osanna, Beneditus, Agnus Dei and Dona nobis pacem, are without exception re-arrangements of older compositions, incorporated into the complete colume together with the Sanctus when Bach prepared the complete manuscript in the last years of his life.
After Bach's death the bound score came into the possession of his son Philipp Emanuel, who performed the Credo in , thus about forty years later, though considerably re-arranging and "modernizing" it. He introduced a large number of legato slurs, altered the text distribution, put in dynamic markings and altered the instrumentation - above all by omitting the oboe parts written colla parte.
These changes were to adapt the work to the taste of the time.
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From the Berlin Singakademie began to study the work in its rehearsals. In the Kyrie and the Gloria were performed at Kiesewetter's home in Vienna, in the Et incarnatus est in Berlin, in the Credo and in subsequent years also the Kyrie and Gloria in Frankfurt, again in part of the Credo in Berlin by Spontini. Large sections of the Mass were first performed by Rungenhagen with the Berlin Singakademie in The first performance translated into German of the entire work took place in , thus more than a century after it was written, under Riedel in Leipzig.
All these performances presented the work in a greatly modified form with specially composed introductions and completely altered instrumentation. The choruses were sung by at least a hundred singers. Register now! These participants also get access to their "intern"'-section.
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Mass in B minor, BWV 232 (Bach, Johann Sebastian)
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