This is the twin prelude to the one I posted two days ago (see: http://www.contrebombarde.com/concerthall/music/26033
). And then only because it has the same choral melody as subject and it’s possibly written by Bach. I don’t know why it is attributed as possibly written by Bach, because it doesn’t strike me as a Bach-work. It is a bit bland and lacks the depth (harmonically, rythmically and emotionally) associated with Bach. Nevertheless, it’s a nice work, not too difficult, and it can come in handy as a quick to study interlude for use in service.
Ma: Principal 8′, Octava 4′, Quinta 3′, Octava 2′, Mixtuur
OW: Gedackt 8, Octava2′, Quinta 1 1/2′
Ped: Subbas 16′, Octava 8′, Posaune 16′
Score available here: partitura.org/index.php/johann-sebastian-bach-freu-dich-sehr-o-meine-seele-bwv-anh-ii-53/
As a side note: Erik Simmons (Hoofdwerk) was kind enough to point out an error I made in the transcription of BWV Anh. II 52.
A corrected score (and now, hopefully, error-less) can be downloaded in the corresponding previous post: http://partitura.org/index.php/johann-sebastian-bach-freu-dich-sehr-o-meine-seele-bwv-anh-ii-52/