CHAPTER 40. Johann Sebastian Bach: Vocal Music in Leipzig.
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Accompanied recitative: unlike simple recitative, a piece for voice and continuo accompaniment, accompanied recitative includes obbligato accompaniement parts for the orchestra.
Colla parte: literally “with the part,” a technique in which all instrumental parts double the vocal lines.
Passion: a musical depiction of Christ’s crucefixion as recorded in the Gospels, traditionally performed on Good Friday. Bach composed five passions, but only two survive: the St. John Passion and the St. Matthew Passion.
Musical Offering: Bach’s collection of one trio sonata, two fugues, and ten puzzle canons, based on a melody composed by King Frederick the Great of Prussia.
The Art of Fugue: Bach’s collection of fuges and canons, all derived from the same subject (Bach’s own) and all apparently intended for keyboard.
B-Minor Mass: Bach’s last composition, a complete setting of the Ordinary of the Catholic Mass. While Bach had composed the Kyrie and the Gloria years earlier, in 1748 Bach composed the Credo, Sanctus,and Agnus dei, in part borrowing from earlier compositions of his.