different note of the E major triad; and there is a matching between closing and. The Creed BWV 680, 681 edit BWV 680 Wir glauben all' an einen Gott (We all believe in one God) play First page of original print of BWV 680 Below is the text of the first verse of Luther's hymn with the English translation. The second subject is in running quavers and starts on the second beat of the bar. Marcel Dupré at his home in Meudon in front of the Cavaillé-Coll organ previously owned by Guilmant The chorale preludes of Bach were late to enter the French organ repertoire. Thorne 2000 Person-Centred Therapy Today: New Frontiers in Theory and Practice. 2632) bars 3340: subject in right hand, countersubject in left hand, A minor bars 4148: subject in left hand, countersubject in right hand, E minor bars 4969: second episodefirst motif inverted (b. 72 In autumn 1821 the twelve-year-old Mendelssohn accompanied Zelter on a trip to Weimar, stopping on the way in Leipzig where they were shown the cantor's room in the choir school of the Thomaskirche by Bach's successor Schicht.