Hexachordum Apollinis is considered Pachelbel’s finest composition in variation form. It consists of six Arias each comprising a theme and variations. The first. Hexachordum Apollinis: Aria Prima in D Minor. 3. Hexachordum Apollinis: Aria Secunda in E Minor Hexachordum Apollinis: Aria Tertia in F Major. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Johann Pachelbel: Hexachordum Apollinis – Edoardo Bellotti on AllMusic –
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Hexachordum Apollinis – Wikipedia
Fragmentary autograph, Singakademie zu Berlin. Aria Sexta for organ. Title-page transcription Hexachordum Apollinis Sex Arias exhibens Organo pnevmatico, vel clavato cymbalo modulandas quarum singulis suae sunt subjectae Variationes, Philomusorum in gratiam adornatum. Problems playing these files?
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Please obey the hexachoddum laws of your country. The practice of composing variations on original themes was a relatively new one  one previous instance was Frescobaldi ‘s Aria detta la Frescobalda from the Secondo libro di toccate ; of Pachelbel’s contemporaries Bernardo Pasquini was one of the main exponents of this trendand Pachelbel was among the first in Europe to explore the form.
This page is only for complete editions and multiple selections from the collection here. Sebaldina almost certainly refers to St. John Butt is a highly respected scholar, although his energies have been concentrated more towards the performance practices current in Bach’s time.
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Retrieved from ” https: Like much non-liturgical keyboard music of the time, Hexachordum Apollinis was not specifically intended for a particular instrument; indeed, the title-page of the original manuscript, reproduced in the accompanying booklet, depicts both an organ and a harpsichord.
For arrangements, new editions, etc. Pachelbel alludes to the “friendly nature” of Buxtehude and Richter, which might indicate that he knew one of them or both, perhaps through correspondence. It comprises six arias with variations, on original themes, and is generally regarded as one of the pinnacles of Pachelbel’s oeuvre. Pachelbel’s themes are simple song-like pieces in two sections: Work Title Hexachordum Apollinis Alt ernative.
Of all published works by Pachelbel, Hexachordum Apollinis had the widest distribution and survives in more than 10 copies in various libraries in BerlinLondonThe HagueRochesterand other cities. There is a distinct difference between Aria Sebaldina and the preceding five arias.
Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich D-Mbs: Retrieved from ” http: Aria Quinta for organ. Pachelbel also confesses that “something weightier and more unusual” than this work should have been written for the occasion,  apparently feeling that this is not his best work.
Title Title-page transcription Hexachordum Apollinis Sex Arias exhibens Organo pnevmatico, vel clavato cymbalo modulandas quarum singulis suae sunt subjectae Variationes, Philomusorum in gratiam adornatum.
This is one of a dozen or so organs forming the O’Neill Collection at the University of California where Butt is campus organist. The number of variations is larger than that of any other aria, and Aria Sebaldina is also the only one provided with a subtitle.
The description given in Welter p. Furthermore, this aria is in 3 4 time, whereas the other arias are in common time. Welter’s translation is more elaborate: They may not be public domain elsewhere. Hexachordum Apollinised. The variations conform to the same concept: It would be hard to argue against such convincing playing.
A separate page of the preface illuminates a cabalistic aspect of Hexachordum Apollinis: Gramophone’s expert reviews easier than ever before.
He certainly practises what he preaches.
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His playing on this disc has complete self-assurance and a startling directness which brings it all very much alive. Compositions by Johann Pachelbel Compositions for keyboard Variations books compositions.
This final Aria, sub-titled ”Aria Sebaldina” after the patron saint of the church in Nuremberg where Pachelbel was organist, has long intrigued scholars. It consists of six Arias each comprising a theme and variations. Harmonia Mundi promise a series of recordings featuring these instruments; on the strength of this first release, this is going to be a most impressive series.
Such editions are also public domain in Canada because they fail to meet the minimum ‘threshold of originality’ to qualify for copyright as an ‘adaptation’. Other instances of numerological devices in Hexachordum Apollinis may exist, but as of are yet to be researched. Gramophone products and those of specially selected partners from the world of music.