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Bach-J. Weir
Piano Transcriptions of Bach's Works by Judith Weir

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Judith Weir - Short Biography

Works

Work

No.

Year

Roll off the Ragged Rocks of Sin, for solo piano (arranged from Aria for Bass Wer bist du? Frage dein Gewissen (Mvt. 3) from Cantata BWV 132)
Duration: 3 min
[London : Chester Music, ©1998]

 

1992

Variations for Judith, for piano (easy to intermediate): 11 short reflections on 'Bist du bei mir', G.H. Stölzel, arr JS Bach
Written for Judith Serota, executive director of the Spitalfields Festival until late 2007.
Each movement is by a different composer:
G.H. Stölzel; arr. J.S. Bach: Theme; realisation, David Titterington
Anthony Burton: Variations. Breaking away
Stephen Johns: (Spitalfields echoes)
Anthony Payne: Loose canon for Jude
Diana Burrell: Music for Judith
Judith Weir: To Judith, from Judith
Richard Rodney Bennett: Little elegy
Michael Berkeley: Lullaby
Thea Musgrave: Prelude
Tarik O'Regan: Diomedes
Jonathan Dove: Ist Bach bei mir?
Peter Maxwell Davies: Bist du bei mir…oder?
[London : Chester Music, ©2012].

 

2012

     

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Prepared by Aryeh Oron (July 2013)

Judith Weir: Short Biography | Piano Transcriptions: Works | Recordings


Piano Transcriptions: Composer/Arranger: A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z
BWV Number: Cantatas | Other Vocal | Organ | Chorale Preludes | Keyboard | Solo Instrumental | Chamber | Ensemble & Orchestral | MO & AOF | Name BACH & Bach-Inspired
Discussions: Part 1 | Links | Other Arrangements/Transcriptions



 

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