Ideological Foundations of "Passacaglia" by Dietrich Buxtehude

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The constellation of Danish composers represents a great musician Dietrich Buxtehude. He was an organist and composer of the Baroque period, lived in Germany, Wiki says.



First of all this composition gives strict musical forms, and they are complex.

The second you can see, it will be so hard to get the rhythm with this creation.

The author gives us his mind to solve his own problems. His thoughts are rambling all alone.




Dropping in to this perfect creation the words sound like the echoes. And the shadows awake in a morose room.

The organ tells the dramatic story. This story is about a system that works simply.

The Moon is rising. The Moon is shining. It's light is touching all and everything. The voice of Universe gives the author inspiration.



This work of Dietrich Buxtehude appeared in Germany after 1690 year, Wiki says. Off course, it connects to that period. Improvisation with organ sounds hard, lacks the rhythm.

Exactly this music had own role in that time. The music of Danish musician and organist Dietrich Buxtehude inspired Europeans. It was the part of European culture.

People connected together using spiritual meanings of passacaglia.



The system in people's life, the feelings of ruling hand are described here. What feelings has this hand? - asks the musician.

And the organ keys provide an answer.



Dietrich Buxtehude had his own ideas when he wrote "Passacaglia".

This music with strict forms and so happy finishing touch calls for revival.


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