Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Johann Ulrich Steigleder: Complete Organ Works – Léon Berben on AllMusic – Information on AEOLUS product AE Johann Ulrich Steigleder, Complete Organ Works. Title: Johann Ulrich Steigleder: Ricercar Tabulatura () Edited by Ulrich Siegele Publisher: Bärenreiter in 2 volumes BA/ Price: Euros per.

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Johann Ulrich Steigleder With each volume containing only about 85 pages in total, their purchase will represent quite an outlay for relatively few pieces which may deter investigation by individuals; although demanding in places including several semiquaver runs in thirds certainly these volumes should form part of every institutional library since the pieces are well worthy of performance in concerts and as voluntaries. This page was last edited on 20 Decemberat Ricercar tabulatura consists of 12 ricercars that explore a wide range of techniques and models, from simple monothematic works to pieces with double subjects, several sections, etc.

The engraving is said to be rather coarsely done. Steigleder’s Tabulaturbuch Strasbourgconsists of 40 variations on Luther’s chorale ” Vater unser im Himmelreich “.

Retrieved from ” https: Ricercar Tabulatura Review by John Collins. The twelve ricercars were originally published on two five-line staves, and run through two ascending tonic series from D to A, the minor mode being used for D, E and A, the major for the other keys; this is the first time that the traditional designations by tone were replaced by key designations. Views Read Edit View history. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. His pieces are of two kinds: I found Berben to be a brilliant organist who brought much life to Murschhauser’s work.

It was also, together with Scheidt ‘s Tabulatura novaone of the first German printed collections to adopt five-line notation with notes instead of letter notation. Bach is also used in this work] Vater unser im Himmelreich For the organ Johann Ulrich Steigleder published two works, the first of which is so far remarkable as being the first specimen in Germany of copper-plate engraving for organ or clavier music.


He was the most celebrated member of the Steigleder family, which also included Adam Steigleder —his father, and Utz Steigleder diedhis grandfather. Steigleder employs a vast array of techniques from simple 2 voice settings to double counterpointextensive multi-sectional fantasies and toccatas, various canonshocketand many more. Six of the pieces nos. This collection was intended for the church organist, and Steigleder specifically states that the performer may choose how many variations to play, which ones and in what sequence.

Although mentioned by Gerber, this work was unknown to modern musicians, until a copy sent from the Royal now State Library at Stuttgart was shown at the Vienna Musical Exhibition of The first five are written in four voices, the rest in three.

He is thought to have been a teacher of Froberger. Most widely held works about Johann Ulrich Steigleder.

Steigleder, Johann Ulrich 1593-1635

The pieces form a compendium of the imitative styles drawn from the German, Dutch and Italian traditions, the first two having parallels with a Sweelinckian Fantasia with diminution and echo effects in different octaves, no. Thematic ulrcih with his work, however, were found in Froberger ‘s music. Johann Ulrich Steigleder Composer. This work consists of forty Bearbeitungen or Variations on the melody of the Vater Unser un Himmelreichwhich show the influence of the newer technique of the English-Dutch Variation School of Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinckas well as of the South German toccata style of George Muflat.

Steigleder was a well connected musician from a family in service to the Holy Roman Imperial Court that he, too, eventually served. Agriculture, Cooperative Canons, fugues, etc Canons, fugues, etc.

The short chorale setting is also given in two versions, a literal transcription and a performing version. German 29 English 14 Italian 2 Latin 2. Some account of the music is given in Seiffert, Geschichte der KlaviermusikBd.


It is a beautiful instrument carefully restored by Jiirgen Ahrend. Complete organ works by Johann Ulrich Steigleder 10 editions published in in No Linguistic content and Undetermined and held by johsnn WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

AuthorComposerHonoreeDedicatee. Ricercar Tabulatura by Johann Ulrich Steigleder 2 editions published in in Undetermined and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Tabulaturbuch “Dass Vatter unser”: German classical composers German Baroque composers Organists and composers in the South German tradition Male organists Composers for pipe organ 17th-century deaths from plague disease births deaths 17th-century classical composers German male classical composers.

Project Page Feedback Known Problems. Most widely held works by Johann Ulrich Steigleder. Certain variations call for a supporting instrument or singer to reinforce the chorale melody. The edition includes a comprehensive introduction in German and English covering the style, details of the original print and its production, notation, and several facsimiles, unfortunately the notes on the Ulm Minster organ in Volume I, and the comprehensive critical commentary to both volumes, are in German only.

As the title informs us, the engraving was by his own hands. Johann [Hans] Ulrich Steigleder was a German composer and organist.

Steigleder, Johann Ulrich / Ricercar Tabulatura (), Band I / Bärenreiter Verlag

All works are playable on manuals only although pedals would be useful for avoiding some large stretches. Finally, Steigleder was steigldder the first to make the transition from modal indications such as primi tonisecundi tonietc.

In he became organist of Stephanskirche in Lindau ulfich, on Lake Constance ; then in he left Lindau for Stuttgart, where he became organist of the Stiftskirche the same year. He came of an organist family settled at Stuttgart.