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It is the key source upon which the NBA bases its critical edition of the music. Vatke, who was probably the wife of a theology professor, Wilhelm Vatke In , the latter turned it over to SBB where it still is located today. This autograph manuscript has undergone a number of treatments and restorations: 1.
At some point in time, probably in the 19th century, the manuscript pages were bound and glued into a book with a hard cover causing some initial problems. In it became important to restore many pages which had suffered decidedly from ink eating its way through the page.
These pages were removed from their hard binding and covered with Japanese silk.
In another restoration was undertaken and a new half-leather cover was supplied for the pages, some of which were still glued together at the edges.
In the chiffon was removed from the manuscript pages and they were restored once again, but they were not rebound as a book again. The original book covers are now stored separately along with all the chiffon that had been removed and placed into a separate folder. Aside from the famous dedication page See: Auffrichtige Anleitung [PDF] , which has been included in practically every printed edition of the music, Bach included the titles of these pieces as Inventio 1…15 after which he wrote: Sequunter adhuc 15 Sinfoniae tribus vocibus obligatis.
Likewise Bach entitled each of the following pieces as Sinfonia 1… After Sinfonia 15, Bach wrote Finis. Bach who might have added the triplet figure years after he had copied down this Invention in Thus far, no handwriting expert has been able to identify these changes definitely as being by J. Bach; rather, experts have detected certain similarities that do point to CPE Bach as the possible modifier of the J.
Bach original document. The additional notes for the triplets are much smaller as they were written with a very sharp quill and are often almost invisible as they merge with other notes on either side.