Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685–1750)

Der Himmel dacht auf Anhalts Ruhm und Glück (serenata) BWV 66.1; BWV 66a; BC [G 4]

Secular cantata (Birthday)


Scoring
probably: A solo, T solo, B solo, S, A, T, B, Oboe I, Oboe II, Bassono, Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Basso continuo
Early performances
, Köthen (Premiere)
Comment
EZ vor dem 10. Dezember 1718; The original manuscript of this cantata is lost. Parts of this cantata can be found in BWV 66: mvt. 1 = BWV 66/2, mvt. 1 = BWV 66/3, mvt. 3 = BWV 66/4, mvt. 4 = BWV 66/5, mvt. 8 = BWV 66/1; the other movements (5-7) are lost. Presumably the setting is the same as in BWV 66. The vocal soloists stated in Hunold's libretto are called "Glückseligkeit Anhalts" and "Fama". Lit.: Smend Kö, p. 178-183.
Lyrics
C. F. Hunold ("Auserlesene und theils noch nie gedruckte Gedichte [...]", Part II, Nr. 12, Halle 1719, pp. 84-90); libretto printing: Menantes 1719
Edition
NBA I/35, -- (Alfred Dürr, --) – Critical report (1964), S. 59
Source
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2018-07-07 : 03:25:58