Cantata was written for the third Sunday after Epiphany in , and was first performed on January 23 of that year. Like Cantatas 73 and , it is a chorale cantata, employing a chorale melody in several movements. Eric Chafe describes Cantata as being one of two cantatas the other is 27 which begins with anticipation of death. Schulenberg notes that this movement was later arranged by Bach as the slow movement of the F minor Harpsichord Concerto.
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Performers Tolga Karaca. Performers PhotoScore. These file s are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection. Performers MIDI. Editor Ernst Naumann — Bach-Gesellschaft Ausgabe , Band 32 pp. Plate B. Editor Alexander E. Arranger Bernhard Todt — [?
Arranger John Howard. Arranger Tolga Karaca. Arranger R. Arranger Peter Lang. Arranger Pierre Gouin - Contact. Arranger Kathrin Fuchss Portela. Arranger Trey Chever. Arranger Sam Franko This arrangement appears to be a transposition of the Sinfonia of the Cantata BWV , except for the last bars. Arranger Serghei Morarescu. Editor Johan De Wael. Arranger Michel Rondeau. Bach, Johann Sebastian.
All Music Guide. Bach Digital source list. Wikipedia article Bach-Cantatas. BWV Der Himmel lacht! BWV 70a: Wachet, betet, seid bereit allezeit! Jauchzet, frohlocket, auf, preiset die Tage II. Fallt mit Danken, fallt mit Loben V. Ehre sei dir, Gott, gesungen VI. Herr, wenn die stolzen Feinde schnauben. BWV a: Ich lasse dich nicht, du segnest mich denn!
Ich steh mit einem Fuß im Grabe, BWV 156 (Bach, Johann Sebastian)
Literally, arioso means airy. The term arose in the 16th century along with the aforementioned styles and monody. It is commonly confused with recitativo accompagnato. Arioso is similar to recitative due to its unrestrained structure and inflexions, close to those of speech. It differs, however, in its rhythm. Arioso is similar to aria in its melodic form, both being closer to singing than recitative; however, they differ in form , arioso generally not resorting to the process of repetition. Though originally a vocal form, the term arioso was extended to instrumental compositions of the same melodic character, the same way the terms aria and recitative were used in the case of the instrumental aria and instrumental recitative.
Cantata BWV 156