Cantata No 140 Wachet auf ruft uns die Stimme BWV 140

Cantata No  140    Wachet auf  ruft uns die Stimme  BWV 140

The Lutheran chorale, "Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme," is the basis for this famous Bach cantata from 1731. The text on which it is based is the parable of the ten virgins found in Matthew 25:1 13.

Author: Johann Sebastian Bach

Publisher: Alfred Music

ISBN: 1457480727

Category: Music

Page: 64

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The Lutheran chorale, "Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme," is the basis for this famous Bach cantata from 1731. The text on which it is based is the parable of the ten virgins found in Matthew 25:1���13. Includes: * 1 ��� Chorus * 2 ��� Recitative (Tenor) * 3 ��� Duet * 4 ��� Chorale * 5 ��� Recitative (Bass) * 6 ��� Duet * 7 ��� Chorale
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Cantata no 140

Cantata no 140

The Lutheran chorale, "Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme," is the basis for this famous Bach cantata from 1731. The text on which it is based is the parable of the ten virgins found in Matthew 25:1--13.

Author: Johann Sebastian Bach

Publisher: Alfred Publishing Company

ISBN: 0769244572

Category: Music

Page: 64

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The Lutheran chorale, "Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme," is the basis for this famous Bach cantata from 1731. The text on which it is based is the parable of the ten virgins found in Matthew 25:1--13. Includes: 1 -- Chorus * 2 -- Recitative (Tenor) * 3 -- Duet * 4 -- Chorale * 5 -- Recitative (Bass) * 6 -- Duet * 7 -- Chorale.
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Cantata No 140

Cantata No  140

Author: J. S. Bach

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ISBN: OCLC:961061732

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Cantata No 140 Wachet Auf Ruft Uns Die Stimme BWV 140

Cantata No  140   Wachet Auf  Ruft Uns Die Stimme  BWV 140

This is a new, digitally enhanced reprint of the vocal score originally issued by Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig ca. 1910 to compliment the Bach Gesellschaft edition of the complete works.

Author: Johann Sebastian Bach

Publisher: Serenissima Music, Inc.

ISBN: 1932419136

Category: Music

Page: 64

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This is a new, digitally enhanced reprint of the vocal score originally issued by Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig ca. 1910 to compliment the Bach Gesellschaft edition of the complete works. Composed in 1731 during Bach's tenure as kantor of the Thomaskirche in Leipzig, this longtime favorite of the cantatas had its premiere on November 25th of that year.
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Cantata No 140

Cantata No  140

Author: Johann Sebastian Bach

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ISBN: OCLC:650217868

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Page: 44

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Cantata No 140

Cantata No  140

Author: Johann Sebastian Bach

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ISBN: OCLC:654914451

Category: Cantatas, Sacred

Page: 52

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Cantata No 140

Cantata No  140

Author: Gerhard Herz

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ISBN: OCLC:669763982

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Page: 175

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Cantata

Cantata

An original concept: in one volume, a study-size score of a major musical work, and a comprehensive body of tools for the study of that work.

Author: Johann Sebastian Bach

Publisher: W W Norton & Company Incorporated

ISBN: 039309555X

Category: Music

Page: 192

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An original concept: in one volume, a study-size score of a major musical work, and a comprehensive body of tools for the study of that work.
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Sleepers Wake

Sleepers  Wake

(Music Sales America). Cantata No. 140. Wachet Auf Ruft Uns Die Stimme . One of the finest of Bach's 190 church cantatas, written for the 27th Sunday after Trinity. The cantata is scored for strings, oboes and organ.

Author: Johann Sebastian Bach

Publisher: Novello & Company Limited

ISBN: 0853604223

Category: Music

Page: 44

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(Music Sales America). Cantata No. 140. Wachet Auf Ruft Uns Die Stimme . One of the finest of Bach's 190 church cantatas, written for the 27th Sunday after Trinity. The cantata is scored for strings, oboes and organ. This English version, edited by E. Prout, is arranged for SATB chorus, TB soli and piano accompaniment.
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Johann Sebastian Bach Pr lude from Suite No 1 in G Major BWV 1007 for Solo Violoncello and Wachet Auf Ruft Uns Stimme IV Zion H rt Die W chter Singen BWV 140

Johann Sebastian Bach  Pr  lude from Suite No  1 in G Major  BWV 1007 for Solo Violoncello and Wachet Auf  Ruft Uns Stimme  IV  Zion H  rt Die W  chter Singen  BWV 140

Also included in this edition is a transcription of Wachet auf, ruft uns Stimme: IV. Zion hört die Wächter singen, BWV 140 by Johann Sebastian Bach. It comes from the cantata of the same name, and is originally scored in E-flat major.

Author: Scott Lyle

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1722299436

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The Suite No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007, for solo violoncello by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) belongs to a series of six suites written for the violoncello likely between the years 1717-1723 when he was Kapellmeister in Köthen. The Prélude from the first suite is the first movement of a seven-movement work. It is very popularly performed not only on the violoncello, but has been transcribed and adapted for performance on many different instruments. This version is transcribed for the classical guitar, and rather than transposing it to another key, I left it in the original key of G major. Many guitarists transpose it to be performed in the key of D major, and tune the sixth string down to D. Although this isn't a bad option, the result is often that it changes the register of many of the notes. I believe that this transposition also detracts considerably from the lucidness and coherence fundamental to the Prélude. There is frequently an alternating bass note in many guitar performances which is interesting and appealing, but not found in Bach's manuscript. Since it isn't original, and I don't believe it improves Bach's aim musically or otherwise, I elected not to pursue it in my transcription. Also included in this edition is a transcription of Wachet auf, ruft uns Stimme: IV. Zion hört die Wächter singen, BWV 140 by Johann Sebastian Bach. It comes from the cantata of the same name, and is originally scored in E-flat major. I transcribed it to E major for clarity and convenience, but one should tune all the strings down one-half step, and play it sounding in the original key (but appearing to be in the key of E major). For both works, I consulted Bach's original manuscripts and examined the scores from the Bach-Gesellschaft Ausgabe. In both cases, I believe these transcriptions to currently be the most faithful and accurate editions for the classical guitar with regards to Bach's scores and intentions.
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Sleepers Wake

Sleepers  Wake

Author: Johann Sebastian Bach

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ISBN: PSU:000007458415

Category: Cantatas, Sacred

Page: 61

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The Violino Piccolo in the Leipzig Orbit 1650 1750

The Violino Piccolo in the Leipzig Orbit  1650 1750

In the Baroque era, the violino piccolo was the highest and smallest member of the violin family.

Author: Daniel S. Lee

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ISBN: OCLC:1196361564

Category: Electronic dissertations

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In the Baroque era, the violino piccolo was the highest and smallest member of the violin family. Claudio Monteverdi wrote for the instrument in his L’Orfeo (1607), and Michael Praetorius mentioned it in his Syntagma musicum (1619). Surviving piccolo violins include one by Girolamo Amati from 1613 and another by Antonio Stradivari from 1734. They demonstrate that while the body of the instrument is essentially quarter-sized, its neck is as thick as a standard violin. The instrument became extinct by the nineteenth century; new playing techniques on the standard violin resulted in an extended range that precluded the need for the smaller instrument, thus eliminating the unique timbre of the piccolo violin. Surviving compositions suggests that the instrument was especially prevalent in the Leipzig orbit. The list of Thomaskantoren who wrote for it includes Sebastian KnÃ1⁄4pfer, Johann Schelle, and Johann Sebastian Bach, as well as Bach’s successors Johann Gottlob Harrer and Johann Friedrich Doles. This dissertation includes annotated editions of cantatas by KnÃ1⁄4pfer and Schelle as well as a concerto by Johann Pfeiffer, who studied in Leipzig and worked in Weimar as the Konzertmeister, a position Bach once held. The most well-known works for the instrument are Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 1, BWV 1046, and Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 140; he also employed the instrument in two additional cantatas. Bach’s works for the piccolo violin demonstrate that this aspect of his oeuvre is the culmination of a long tradition that his contemporaries also maintained.
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Choral Music

Choral Music

Cantata No. 140: Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme: The Score of the New Bach Edition, Backgrounds, Analysis, Views and Comments. Ed. by Gerhard Herz.

Author: James Michael Floyd

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135848200

Category: Music

Page: 378

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This is an annotated bibliography to books, recordings, videos, and websites on choral music. This book will serve as an excellent tool for librarians, researchers, and scholars in sorting through the massive amount of new material that has appeared since publication of the previous edition.
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Wachet auf ruft uns die Stimme

Wachet auf  ruft uns die Stimme

Author: Johann Sebastian Bach

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ISBN: UOM:39015007913513

Category: Cantatas, Sacred

Page: 87

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Categories: Cantatas, Sacred