Johann Sebastian Bach, His Life, Art, and Work

Johann Sebastian Bach, His Life, Art, and Work

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Excerpt: ...libretto original. A. T. B. Soli. 190 c. 1725 (or 1724). New Year's Day; revised to celebrate the Augsburg Confession Jubilee on June 25, 1730. Singet dein Herrn ein neues Lied (Psalm cxlix. 1). As extended in 1730 the text is in Picander's "Cantaten," 1728-29. His authorship of the 1725 text is not therefore established. Psalm cxlix 1; Psalm cl. 4,6; Clauses i. and ii. of the "Te Deum"; Stanza ii. of of Johann Hermann's hymn, "Jesu, nun se gepreiset," rest of libretto original. A. T. B. Soli. 73. c. 1725. Third S. after the Epiphany Herr, wie du willt, so shick's mit mir. Author unknown. Spitta's (ii. 414) attribution of the text to Picander is inadequately founded. Stanza i. of Caspar Bienemann's hymn, "Herr, wie du willt, so shick's mit mir"; Stanza ix. of Ludwig Helmhold's hymn, "Von Gott will ich nich lassen"; rest original. S. T. B. Soli 144 c. 1725. Septuagesima Nimm was dein ist, und gehe hin (St. Matthew xx. 14). Wustmann (note 37) suggests Picander, with Bach's additions. Schweitzer (ii. 200) supposes that the music is adapted. St. Matthew xx. 14; Stanza i. of Samuel Rodigast's hymn, "Was Gott thut, das ist wohlgethan"; Stanza i. of Albrecht of Brandenburg-Culmbach's hymn, "Was mein Gott will, das g'scheh' allzeit"; rest of libretto original. S. A. T. Soli. 181 1725. Sexagesima. Leichtgesinnte Flattergeister. ?Picander. Original throughout. 67 c. 1725. First S. after Easter ( "Quasi-modogeniti" ). Halt' im Gedachtniss Jesum Christ (2 Timothy ii. 8). ?Christian Weiss, senr. Certainly not Picander, as Spitta (ii. 417) suggests. 2 Timothy u. 8; Stanza i. of Nikolaus Herman's hymn, "Erschienen ist der herrlich' Tag"; Stanza i. of Jakob Ebert's hymn, "Du Friedenfurst, Herr Jesu Christ"; rest of libretto original. A. T. B. Soli. 104 c. 1725. Second S. after Easter ( "Misericordias Domini" ). Du Hirte Israel, hore (Psalm lxxi. 1). ?Christian Weiss, senr. Psalm lxxx. 1; Stanza i. of Cornelius...show more

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