Cantatas for Pentecost. JS Bach: Cantatas for Pentecost 2019-01-19

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Stölzel: Cantatas For Pentecost / Rémy, Mields, Et ...

Cantatas for Pentecost

Of course, the Holy Spirit is given to them on the following Sunday, Pentecost. My posts during this period have been fewer, primarily because I don't have access to as many of the recordings of the cantatas that were written for these Sundays. Another cantata, , was likely also given its Leipzig premiere in this same period Easter, 21 April 1726 , but was for some time misattributed to Johann Sebastian Bach as his 15th cantata. Gerhardt 16 stanzas, 1653; melody. So do not marvel then, O Master, that I should question Thee by night! Added to the end of the program is another, earlier work that shows a marked stylistic contrast to the later pieces.

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Baching through the Church Year

Cantatas for Pentecost

I find his voice a bit shrill and thin, and lacking warmth. Christ rose on Easter, and he completed that rising on Ascension Day. Bach reused instrumental materials as cantata opening sinfonias in some 15 Leipzig cantatas, mostly between 1725 and 1729. But he soon returned on Pentecost to our midst when the Holy Spirit was given to humanity. Du süße Lieb, schenk uns deine Gunst, Laß uns empfinden der Liebe Brunst, Daß wir uns von Herzen einander lieben Und im Friede auf einem Sinn blieben.

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Deckelmann / Johann Sebastian Bach / Thomaner Conrad Zuber

Cantatas for Pentecost

Praised be the Lord my God who lives for ever whom all things praise that soar in all the breezes; praised be the Lord whose name is called holy, God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. In fact, these cantatas may have been the work of a single librettist. The number of Sundays after Epiphany and Trinity varies with the position of Easter in the calendar. January 21, 2019 by David Vernier Imagine the modern performer. As part of his grand design for a well-ordered church music to the glory of God, Bach was already looking ahead to the immediate composition of a new, second cantata cycle, beginning again on the First Sunday After Trinity Sunday, the official start of the half-year Trinity season as well as the new academic year at the Thomas School. One of the well-known anthems from this category is a setting of the John 14:18 passage: I Will Not Leave You Comfortless. A sanctified soul sees and tastes the goodness of the Lord.

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Bach’s Sacred Cantatas: Ascension, Pentecost, and Trinity

Cantatas for Pentecost

Wenn Christi Gnadenreich Lehre mich tun nach deinem Wohlgefallen, 32. The high holidays , and were each celebrated on three days. Where can I find Thee? Praised be the Lord, my God, my salvation, my life, the Father's dearest son who gave himself for me, who has redeemed me with his precious blood, who in faith bestows on me his very self, the greatest good. Siehe da includes a fine soprano aria No. After spending some years in Italy, Stölzel was staying in Prague. For the occasions from Easter to Trinity, he composed no chorale cantatas based exclusively on one hymn, but wrote a few of them in later years, such as , for the 28th Sunday after Trinity which had not occurred in 1724.

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Anthems for Day of Pentecost

Cantatas for Pentecost

O heiliger Geist, o heiliger G Wollte Gott, 18. His brisk and joyful way with the Fourth Partitaâ. Altarpiece in Santa Maria della Salute, Venice, Italy. I have nothing of my own but my soul to give to you, to my neighbour, the desire that I may be of service to him, to the poor, what you have granted me in this life and when it pleases you, this weak body to the earth. When Bach took up his office in 1723, he started to compose new cantatas for most occasions, beginning with , first performed in the Nikolaikirche on 30 May 1723, the first Sunday after. Gardiner believes that Bach intentionally composed a cycle of works in Leipzig from Sundays 8-12 in Trinity, taking the Old Testament laws, reinterpreting them in terms of the Gospel passages for each Sunday, and then finding ways to apply their truths to his contemporary listeners.

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STOLZEL Cantatas for Pentecost CPO 999 876

Cantatas for Pentecost

You have taken my heart from me! Sunday May 20, Whit Sunday, or First Day of Pentecost: Find the text of Cantata 74 , and the score. Véni Sáncte Spíritus, réple tuórum córda fidélium: et túi amóris in éis ígnem accénde. Flieht, ihr traurigen Gedanken Siehe da, 11. Despite its brevity four movements the cantata appears as a pasticcio involving two movements of an earlier Weimar? In Leipzig, three days were observed, with a performed every day. Having written the first treatise in German on recitative, Stölzel was considered an authority on the subject. Gardiner writes concerning some of the musical research still being done about the older Bach and how he influenced Johann Sebastian.

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Cantatas for Pentecost (Remy, Mields, Wolfel, Kobow) CD NEW

Cantatas for Pentecost

Du höchster Tröster in aller Not, Hilf, daß wir nicht fürchten Schand noch Tod, Daß in uns die Sinnen nicht verzagen, Wenn der Feind wird das Leben verklagen. But as he rose in both his divine and human natures, he also continues to experience and understand the pain that we suffer as members of his body, the church. I looked online and discovered that the red powder signifies the Ganesh Chaturthi Festival in Mumbai. Voigt has noted that: The beautiful alto aria gets its pastoral character from its original text which describes the peace that comes to a congregation through the protection offered it by the faithful shepherd either Christ or the pastor. I thought of that again in this context: the meaningful bridge between divine and secular sovereignty is…. The Easter Season closing involves five festivals within six consecutive services: Ascension Day, the three-day Pentecost Festival Sunday, Monday and Tuesday , and Trinity Sunday, with the Sixth Sunday After Easter Exaudi occurring four days after Ascension. For the first Sunday after Trinity 1726 he composed , considered as a later addition to the third cycle.

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Bach’s Sacred Cantatas: Ascension, Pentecost, and Trinity

Cantatas for Pentecost

Gerhardt 16 stanzas, 1653; S. All the faith that I possess hast Thou kindled in me; govern over me with mercy and never let Thy mercy falter. So denn ihr, die ihr arg seid So denn ihr, 25. It was during this period that Bach wrote most of his gavottes, frequently including pastoral references but always retaining the ideals of calm balance and expected rhyme, which are so characteristic of this dance. When the post of Kapellmeister at the court of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen became vacant in 1715, he presented himself as a candidate for the job. Take from me the kiss of grace! He collected them in annual cycles; five are mentioned in obituaries, three are extant.

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JS Bach: Cantatas for Pentecost

Cantatas for Pentecost

You will notice in eLibrary a large number of Pentecost anthems based on scripture that are not hymn texts. Normally this was an annual event. Trinity Sunday is a fitting ending for the first half of the church year, during which we celebrate God's saving acts in history through Jesus Christ, from the promise of his coming Advent to his ascension and the pouring out of the Spirit Pentecost. Both is both free da-capo arias, Nos. I love the Almighty with all my heart, He loves me also exceedingly.

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Anthems for Day of Pentecost

Cantatas for Pentecost

Suffice it to say for our purposes that this cantata is a masterpiece of Biblical and theological communication, calling and moving us to love God and our neighbors. As one would expect in sacred cantatas of the German baroque, there is plenty of text illustration. These cantatas show that he was able to use his theoretical knowledge in an imaginative way. All these three cantatas are part of the series of nine cantatas on poetry by Bach wrote after Easter that year. I am yours, and you are mine! Pfingsttag is also called Whit Sunday. This is the so-called 'fiddle-back' design that became popular at the end of the 15th century: Doug Cowling Director of Music St. Daá keinen nun Daran ist erschienen die Liebe Gottes gegen uns, 22.

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