Johann Ulich

Organist at the Batholomäikirche in Zerbst, Johann Ulich (1677-1742) seems to have acted as court composer there until the appointment in 1716 of Johann Baptist Kuch. None of the documented church music and pieces for princely birthdays have survived. Instead, we have ten keyboard works and three chamber cantatas for soprano and continuo.

Music for keyboard: volume 1

ULI001
 
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This includes a Fantasia for organ (without pedals), a Sonata for harpsichord and three other pieces (two sonatinas and a suite, though it bears no title in the source material). Rather mysteriously, one of the movements includes an unidentified text, as if it were intended to be sung.
Edited by Brian Clark.
24pp.
This edition is printed on quality paper in Germany by Frick-Digital.
Volume 9 of the series Zerbster Musikalien.

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Music for keyboard: volume 2

ULI002
 
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Although all five pieces are in the form of a suite, only final piece is given a title in the source. With a mixture of dance and freer movements, they are in G, D minor, F, G and G minor and date from 1713
Edited by Brian Clark.
32pp (including two facsimiles from historical non-musical source).
This edition is also printed on quality paper in Germany by Frick-Digital.
Volume 10 of the series Zerbster Musikalien.

Click here to see a page from the edition.