Ein ungefärbt Gemüte BWV 24; BC A 102 GND

Fourth Sunday after Trinity, Cantata Cycle I (1723/1724)
Sacred cantata
Psalm: Psalm 112
Epistel: Römer 8, 18-23
Gospel: Lukas 6, 36-42
Sopran solo, Alt solo, Tenor solo, Bass solo, Sopran, Alt, Tenor, Bass, Clarino/Tromba da tirarsi?, Oboe I/Oboe II, Oboe d'amore I/Oboe d'amore II, Violine I/Violine II, Viola, Basso continuo

Date of origin, Work history
vor dem 20. Juni 1723
First performance on June 20, 1723. In the same service, the cantata "Barmherziges Herze der ewigen Liebe" BWV 185 was also performed. Subsequent performance date not ascertainable (additions in all Basso continuo parts)
Early performances
, Leipzig (Premiere) (Link to event)
relation to other works:
is part of BWV diverse [1. Jg.]
relation from other works:
has arrangement in BWV 24/6 (o.Zw.) ChS
about setting see K. Beißwenger / U. Wolf, in: BJ 1993, page 91-101
Introduction to the work
Link to videos:
Ein ungefärbt Gemüte, BWV 24 (J. S. Bach Stiftung St. Gallen)

Author Libretto
Neumeister, Erdmann (1671–1756)
Erdmann Neumeister. Movement 3: Matthew 7, 12. Movement 6: O Gott, du frommer Gott (Johann Heermann, 1630), Stanza 1. Original text print: Neumeister 1714 (lost); Neumeister 1716/1717, page 334; Neumeister 1717, page 96
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Author Chorale
Heermann, Johann (1585–1647)
Bible verse

Original sources
D-B Mus.ms. Bach P 44, Faszikel 4 [Score]
D-B Mus.ms. Bach St 19 [Part(s)]
Additional sources
D-B Mus.ms. Bach P 1159/X, Faszikel 5 [Score]
PL-Wu RM 5931 [Score]
Verschollen BWV 6, 24, 23/4, Partitur [Score]
Verschollen Choralsammlung [Score]


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