Steigleder J.U. - Ricercar Tabulatura (1624), Vol.1 (Urtext).

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Steigleder, Johann Ulrich    (1593-1635)


Ricercar Tabulatura (1624), Volume I    
Instrumentation: Organ

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* Johann Ulrich Steigleder (1593-1635) was organist at the
collegiate church in Stuttgart from

Johann Ulrich Steigleder (1593–1635) was organist at the collegiate
church in Stuttgart from
1617 onwards and became court organist in 1627. His posthumous fame
is based principally on
his tablature book “Ricercar Tabulatura” (1624) which he himself
published. The ricercares are
intentionally instrumentally conceived. They contain antiphonal
effects and fauxbourdon-like
passages which are reminiscent of the English virginalists’ style.
Steigleder’s tabulature book
is an important South German contribution to the organ music
Kunstbücher by Titelouze,
Scheidt, Frescobaldi and Correa de Arauxo which appeared around the
same time.

This edition also contains three works which have survived under the
name Adam Steigleder.
The editor Ulrich Siegele is a leading international scholar of the
works of the Steigleder family
of musicians.

- Scholarly-critical Urtext edition of the “Ricercar Tabulatura”
(1624) in two volumes

- Based on the latest musicological research

- Detailed foreword (Ger/Eng) on the range and structure of the
works, editorial technique
and performance practice

- Critical Commentary (Ger) and a list of sources in each volume

“…these volumes should form part of every institutional library…”
(The Diapason Febr. 2009)

“These volumes represent a valuable addition to seventeenth-century
repertory and should
form part of every institutional library. The pieces are well worthy
of performance in concerts
and as voluntaries.”

(The British Inst. Of Organ Studies BIOS Journal vol. 32, 2008)

“These volumes represent a valuable addition to seventeenth-century
repertory and should form
part of every institutional library. The pieces are well worthy of
performance in concerts and
as voluntaries.”

(BIOS Journal Vol. 32, 20008)

“The Ricercars are enjoyable to play,…”

(Early Music Review, May 2009)


Additional Information:

Einführung:
Ein Kunstbuch von europäischem Format
Der Originaldruck
Von der Notation des Originaldrucks zur Edition
Anhang I: Wann mein Stündlein - Choralbearbeitung von J. U. Steigleder
Ulmer Münster - Disposition der Orgel
Introduction:
A Kunstbuch of European stature
The original print
From the original printed notation to the new edition
Appendix I: Wann mein Stündlein - Chorale setting by J. U. Steigleder
Abbildungen - Illustrations
Ricercar Tabulatura (1624):
1. Ricercar in D
2. Ricercar in E
3. Ricercar in F
4. Ricercar in G
5. Ricercar in A
6. Ricercar in C
Anhang I - Appendix I:
Choralbearbeitung - Chorale Setting Wann mein Stündlein
Kritischer Bericht - Critical Commentary



Ricercar Tabulatura Vol1 Organ