Gilberto Guarino plays Johann Pachelbel’s (Schubart's?...) Chorale “Kyrie Gott Vater in Ewigkeit”, for the first time in the Internet and in Brasil.
Such a piece is part of the the so called “Weimarer Orgeltabulatur”, a set of manuscripts discovered in 2006 in the Anna Amalia Library, City of Weimar, Germany, containing five copies of music by Reinken, Buxtehude and Pachelbel (Schubart?...), the first two copies of which (the Fantasia Chorale “An Wasserflüssen Babylon” and “Nun freut euch, lieben Christen g’mein”, BuxWV 210) are definitely attributed to Johann Sebastian Bach, during his early Ohrdruf (1695-1700) and Lüneburg (1700-1702?)life periods. The works by Pachelbel (Schubart?...)(“An Wasserflüssen Babylon”,” Kyrie, Gott Vater in Ewigkeit” and “Fuga” in B Minor, with J. S. Bach’s ornamentation) verges on certainty that the copyist (composer?...) was Johann Martin Schubart, a longtime pupil of Sebastian’s, who later succeeded the Master as organist in Weimar.
The three works by the great Master of Nüremberg (or by Schubart?...) have already a world première recording: “J. S. Bachs früheste Notenhandschriften”, Jean-Claude Zehnder (Organist) for the “Edition Bach-Archiv” – Carus 83.197, at the Schnitger-Orgel, St. Jacobi, Hamburg”. It is now public that the great Ton Koopman will record them pretty soon.