rather not use this image of 'unknown painter' (Rembrandt), which 19the Century romantic souls identified as Heinrich Schütz.. taking their beautiful dream for reality Better take the image of the WIKIPEDIA article.. --Wursten 09:58, 21 December 2005 (PST)
I agree... the Rembrandt is an idealised Schütz as opposed to the more austere, verified portraits.
Note with the latest fiddling, 5 works in the Geistliche Chor-Musik (opus 11) are duplicated by existing works in the CPDL catalogue, so they are currently mentioned at the head of the page as well as at the full opus 11 listing. These sets of 5 works need to be reconciled, but I'm too tired to do any more tonight. --Pml 07:52:16, 2006-04-26 (PDT)
We currently have a page for O Hilf, Christe, Gottes Sohn!, SWV 481:30, which is the concluding chorus of the Johannespassion - is it preferable to merge the former into the latter (given that this better reflects the status of the chorus as a section within the oratorio), or to keep both pages and crosslink between them (as there are already three editions of this chorus on the O Hilf page and only one on the Johannespassion page)? Cydonia 16:33, 1 March 2011 (CST)
- The standard procedure has been to merge the pages, but I'm not sure in this case, for the reasons you give. I think we could just cross-link for now. —Carlos 14:42, 2 March 2011 (CST)