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The Curious History of an Exile from the Thomasschule:
Some Observations on the Provenance of the Figured Organ Part to
Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam, BWV 7


This remarkable photograph is not a computer generated composite; the original of the Weydenhammer Portrait Fragment, all that remains of the portrait of Johann Sebastian Bach that belonged to his pupil Johann Christian Kittel, is resting gently on the surface of the original of the 1748 Elias Gottlob Haussmann Portrait of Johann Sebastian Bach.

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1748 Elias Gottlob Haussmann Portrait, Courtesy of William H. Scheide, Princeton, New Jersey
Weydenhammer Portrait Fragment, ca. 1733, Artist Unknown, Courtesy of the Weydenhammer Descendants
Photograph by Teri Noel Towe
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The Figured Organ Player's Part to Christ unser Herr zum Jordan Kam, BWV 7

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