BWV

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BWV

abbreviation for
(Classical Music) Bach Werke-Verzeichnis: indicating the serial number in the catalogue of the works of J. S. Bach made by Wolfgang Schmieder (1901–1990), published in 1950
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In addition to the 1724 Sanctus in D major, P13 contains the Sanctus settings in G major (BWV 240), D minor (BWV 239), C major (BWV 237), D major (BWV 238), and the Missa in A minor (BWV Anh. 24).
He has disappointingly little to say about the frequently (and vehemently) contested attribution to Bach of 'Lobet den Herrn', but presents cogent reasons for restoring to the Bach canon 'Ich lasse dich nicht', BWV Anh. 159, long considered to be by Johann Christoph Bach (first cousin of J.
Werke zweifel-hafter Echtheit fur Tasteninstrumente: Suite, BWV 821; Toccatina, bestehend aus BWV 899/1, 900/2, 923a, 844, 969, und 970; Scherzo, BWV 844a; Fantasie und Fuge, BWV 905; Zwei Fantasien und Fughetten, BWV 907 und 908; Konzert und Fuge, BWV 909; Praludium, BWV 919; Vier kleine Praludien, BWV 939-942; Praludium, BWV 943; Fuge, BWV 947, 955/955a, 956, 958; Sonate, BWV 964 und Adagio, BWV 968; Sarabanda con Partite, BWV 990; Polonaise d-Moll nach BWV 1067; Toccata und Fuge, BWV Anh. 85; Fuge, BWV Anh.
Examples are the Marche in G Major, BWV Anh. 124, the Polonaise in G Minor, BWV Anh.
Moreover, Daniel Melamed's recent claim that the motet often attributed to Johann Christoph Bach, BWV Anh. III 159, is in fact by Sebastian is clearly not accepted by Durr and Kobayashi, since the work is still listed in the appendix (although a reference to Melamed's article is included).