Bernhard Boekelman colorful fugues

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Bernhard Boekelman colorful fugues

Postby Jefflyon » Fri Dec 16, 2011 6:54 pm

I have an edition of 8 of Bach's Fugues edited by Bernhard Boekelman in three colors to show the "harmonic schemes" for educational purposes. Any ideas where I should post this after digitization? Should it be a part of Boekelman's composer page under "works edited by"?
Thanks!
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Re: Bernhard Boekelman colorful fugues

Postby Carolus » Sat Dec 17, 2011 1:19 am

Yes, it should ultimately appear just as you describe. You can't make it appear there by uploading files to the Boekelman category (we list him as Bernhardus Boekelman). The edition needs to be added to the correct Bach work-page, you put in the following template in the editor field when uploading (or afterwards) {{LinkEd|Bernhardus|Boekelman}} followed by his dates (1838-1930). Doing this will cause the edited Bach work to appear as you described above (along with the Berlioz and Franck items for which we already have him credited as editor).
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Re: Bernhard Boekelman colorful fugues

Postby Jefflyon » Fri Dec 23, 2011 5:37 pm

Thanks! Once I get it digitized (with my library's help!), I'll work on uploading it.

Is this the right place to post these kind of questions?
I'm also looking at a Dreyschock Nocturne - the piece doesn't say which Dreyschock (there are 3) or which opus number, but I assume it's Alexander from some research here: http://imslp.org/wiki/List_of_compositi ... Dreyschock and here: http://www.klassika.info/Komponisten/Dr ... index.html (which tells me it's op.16 because it's in f major). Do you think it's safe to say it's from Alexander Dreyshock and upload it under his name?

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Re: Bernhard Boekelman colorful fugues

Postby Eric » Sun Jan 15, 2012 1:34 pm

There are a few ways to sometimes further narrow down works by lesser-known composers. For example, if your Dreyschock nocturne is an Andante con espressione, then according to RISM, it's probably Alexander Dreyschock, (compare the "incipits") - also enter Dreyschock at opac.rism.info as I did and have a look :)
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