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MEANWHILE Brian is very busy, transcribing and translating a volume of records from Anhalt-Zerbst, where Johann Friedrich Fasch (1688-1758) was Kapellmeister for 36 years. In time, all of the surviving music he wrote for a cycle of cantatas from that year will be published, along with other pieces required by the liturgy there – masses, a Te Deum, and hymns by composers from Zerbst.
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Johann Ernst Altenburg (c. 1770): Six keyboard sonatas
Capricornus: Salve Jesu summa bonus (for soprano, obbligato gamba & continuo)
Merula: Credidi (a psalm setting for SATB and continuo)
Mondonville: Trio sonatas op. 2 in two volumes
Quentin: 12 trios from his op. 8 and op. 5 sets of sonatas in three and four parts
Stölzel: Two cantatas – Ich haben meinen König eingesetzt (for the 1st Sunday in Advent) and Befiehl dem Herrn deine Wege (for the 1740 funeral of dowager duchess, Magdalena Augusta of Sachsen-Gotha-Altenburg)* All pieces also require basso continuo.
[Page last updated 7 March 2021]