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Fasch, Johann Friedrich Johann Friedrich Fasch
Germany Germany
(1688 - 1758)
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Fasch, Johann Friedrich: Trio Sonata in C Minor for String Trio

Trio Sonata in C Minor for String Trio
BWV 585
Johann Friedrich Fasch




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Composer :Johann Friedrich FaschFasch, Johann Friedrich (1688 - 1758)
Instrumentation :

String trio

Style :

Baroque

Arranger :
Publisher :
Johann Friedrich FaschMagatagan, Mike (1960 - )
Copyright :Public Domain
Johann Friedrich Fasch (1688 – 1758) was a German violinist and composer born in the town of Buttelstedt, 11 km north of Weimar, the eldest child of schoolmaster Friedrich Georg Fasch and his wife Sophie Wegerig, from Leißling near Weißenfels. After his father's death in 1700, Fasch lived with his mother's brother, the clergyman Gottfried Wegerig in Göthewitz, and it was presumably in this way that he came made the acquaintance of the Opera composer Reinhard Keiser.

Fasch was a choirboy in Weissenfels and studied under Johann Kuhnau at the St. Thomas School in Leipzig. It was in Leipzig in 1708 that he founded a Collegium Musicum. in 1711 he wrote an opera to be performed at the Peter-Paul Festival in Naumburg, and a second one for the festival in 1712.

In 1714, unable to procure aristocratic patronage for a journey to Italy, Fasch instead travelled to Darmstadt to study composition for three months under his former Leipzig prefect Christoph Graupner and Gottfried Grünewald. He then traveled extensively in Germany, becoming a violinist in the orchestra in Bayreuth in 1714, was an amanuensis in Gera till 1719 and from 1719 until 1721 held a court post as organist in Greiz.

His next major post was Prague, where he served for two years as Kapellmeister and court composer to Count Morzin,. In 1722, he "reluctantly accepted the position" of court Kapellmeister at Zerbst, a post he held until his death. (The organist Johann Ulich was his assistant.) Also in 1722, he was invited to apply for the position of Thomaskantor in Leipzig at his alma mater, the St. Thomas School, but he chose to withdraw his name from the competition. The Leipzig opening was eventually filled by Johann Sebastian Bach, who had considerable esteem for Fasch.

Although formerly attributed to J. S. Bach, this work has been determined to have been composed by Johann Friedrich Fasch, a Bach contemporary. In fact, it is often called the Fasch Trio in concert performances and on recordings, even though it is still listed in many catalogs of Bach's compositions. The work likely dates to the early 1700s, when both composers were still finding their stylistic ways. It consists of two movements, an Adagio of three-and-a-half minutes' duration or so, and an Allegro, two-thirds that length. The first movement opens gently and dreamily in the upper ranges, the theme serene and contented. It exhibits quite the kind of melodic material and mood heard in many Bach organ works, but the contrapuntal writing lacks the imagination generally associated with that master's finer keyboard works. The Allegro opens at a lively but hardly breakneck pace, its mood brighter but still divulging that sense of ethereality from the opening panel. Again, contrapuntal features, while well-crafted enough, are not particularly inspired. Still, this gentle piece will have appeal for both Bach and Baroque-era enthusiasts.

Source: Allmusic (http://www.allmusic.com/composition/trio-for-organ-in- c-minor-after-fasc...).

Although originally composed for Organ, I created this Arrangement of the Trio Sonata in C Minor (BWV 585) for String Trio (Violin, Viola & Cello).
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Added by magataganm the 2016-07-30


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