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3. Meine Seele Bangt Und Hofft Zu Dir... Choralvorspiel (My Soul Fears And Hopes For You...) - J

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  1. Busoni The Visionary III “A CD of great depth - powerful resonances - evocative passages, restored to their fullness by the extraordinary interpretation of Jeni Slotchiver, who shows her world-class playing, endowed with great technique” — Marco del Vaglio, CriticaClassica.
  2. Elegies (German: Elegien) by the Italian composer Ferruccio Busoni is a set of solo piano pieces which can be played as a cycle or separately. Initially published in with six pieces, it was subsequently expanded to seven by the addition of the Berceuse (). [1] The .
  3. Meine Seele ist stille in dir. Klaus Heizmann; Sign in to view the Song Number and Original Key Available Content. Lyrics. Chords Lead. Lyrics Preview Please sign in to see the lyrics preview for this song. Additional Song Info Please sign in to see additional song information such as.
  4. "Dein Blut, so meine Schuld durchstreicht", Aria, No. 4 from Cantata No. "Jesu, der du meine Seele" (Tenor Part) - Kindle edition by J.S. Bach. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading "Dein Blut, so meine Schuld durchstreicht", Aria, No. 4 from Cantata No. "Jesu, der du meine Price: $
  5. Elegies (German: Elegien), BV , by the Italian composer Ferruccio Busoni is a set of solo piano pieces which can be played as a cycle or separately. Initially published in with six pieces, it was subsequently expanded to seven by the addition of the Berceuse Catalogue: BV
  6. One of the greatest of the so-called "chorale cantatas" that dominate Bach's second annual cycle of Leipzig cantatas, BWV 78 ("Jesus, Thou of my soul"), was composed for the 14th Sunday after Trinity in , and first performed on September 10 of that year. The anonymous librettist based his text on the Johann Rist hymn () from which the cantata takes its name.

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