Göttweig Suite 1
Alternative readings of the text of the complete Gottweig edition
Feb. 19th, 2017
The basso of this movement is a reconstruction.
in the Vda part of this movement: The triplet 16ths are beamed together by 3’s, not by 6.
Bar 21 vda beat 1 is tied to beat 2.
bar 7 basso both d’s have the figure 6. the two e’s have 4 and 3 respectively.
Bar 10 basso in the manuscript there is # over the downbeat c#
Bar 11 basso the first note has the figure 2
Bar 12 basso the first note has the figure 4/2
Bar 15 vda the second slur might be read as a tie for the two d’’s
Bar 20 vda in the manuscript the second note is sounds g’#
Bar 8 vda in the manuscript the last note is a g’#
Like the Allemande this bass line is a reconstruction. The slurs are difficult to be certain about.
Bar 1 vda in the manuscript the first note is doubled, as it is in bar 25.
Bar 8 vda scordatura part in the manuscript the second note is written an octave lower.
Bar 9 vda in the manuscript the 16th notes are slurred 2 x 2.
Oddly, there seems to be a Petite Reprise from the first repeat back to the 3rd beat of bar 5.
Bar 1 - 2 basso. in the manuscript the a is tied over the bar line as it was in the previous movement.
Bar 16 vda in the manuscript the two 8th notes sound e g#
Bar 22 vda in the manuscript there 8th note on the 4th beat is d’ not a.
I do not have the facsimile for the vda part of this movement.
Bar 25 basso In the manuscript beat 2 is tied over to the next bar.
Bar 31 basso beat 2. in the manuscript it looks to me like the 3 8th notes are slurred together.