Bach for the 'Cello by C. Krane (where do they come from?)

This list serves as Part 2 to my Suzuki Cello School list. As someone who loves to research, I don't understand why editors do not state their sources. As you will see below, on the left are the names that Charles Krane gave to the pieces, and on the right are the real names. Most of these are vocal works. Krane does not even hit close to the mark of what these piece need to be. Sarabande, Minuet, Air, GIGUE? Not even close, Mr. Krane. I hope that this list will be informative to anyone who teaches out of this collection. I have yet to find the "Chorale." You can be sure that it is not a chorale.

March in G - Vereinigte Zwietracht der wechselnden Saiten BWV 207, No. 10. This number was used by the Suzuki Cello Method with the title "March in G."

Sarabande - O du Liebe meiner Liebe, BWV 491

Arioso - Gott, wie groß ist deine Güte, BWV 462

Minuet in C [G] - BWV 841. This number was used by the Suzuki Cello Method with the title "Minuet in C."

Air - Meines Lebens letzte Zeit, BWV 488

Minuet in E minor - So oft ich meine Tobackspfeife, BWV 515

Andante - Dich bet ich an, mein höchster Gott, BWV 449

Gigue - Mer hahn en neue Oberkeet, BWV 212, No. 16

Chorale - Not Found

March in D - Mer hahn en neue Oberkeet, BWV 212, No. 2

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