The 2nd movement is incomplete (a second obligatory instrument is missing), s. W. H. Scheide, in: Bach-Studien 5, p. 123ff. and A. Dürr, in: BJ 1960, p. 41f.
Presumably the 4th movement was originally composed for violoncello piccolo instead of violin. The setting was changed on the occasion of a late performance (about 1744/1747).
Johann Christoph Rube (1692); stanzas 2-4 (mvts. 2, 4 and 5) reworked, mvt. 3: unknown author;
libretto printing: Leipzig 1724 IV until 1919 in RF SPsc (s. W. Hobohm, in: BJ 1973, S.7) Link to lyrics
NBA I/26, S. 97 (Andreas Glöckner, 1994) – Critical report (1995), S. 89;
BG 28, S.225 (W. Rust, 1881)