Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685–1750)

Wir müssen durch viel Trübsal BWV 146; BC A 70

Sacred cantata (4th Sunday of Easter)

S*, A*, T*, B*, S, A, T, B; Fl trav, 2 Ob, 2 Ob d’am, Taille, 2 Vl, Va, Org obl, Bc
Early performances
, Leipzig (Premiere)
oder erst 1727?
EZ unbekannt.; The Sinfonia and the first choir are arrangements of the first two movements of a lost concert for violin solo, 2 violins, viola and basso contino in d minor (BWV 1052R). BWV 1052/1 and 1052/2 were arranged on the basis of this draft, too.
author unknown; mvt. 1: Acts 14:22; mvt. 8: without text (melody: ‘Werde munter, mein Gemüte’), text proposed including: stanza 9 (‘Denn wer selig dahin fähret’) from ‘Lasset ab von euren Tränen‘ by G. Richter (1658) and stanza 1 from ‘Freu dich sehr, o meine Seele (Freiberg, 1620)
Link to lyrics
NBA I/11.2, S. 65 (Reinmar Emans, 1989) – Critical report (1989), S. 68;
BG 30, S.125 (P. Graf Waldersee, 1884) –
D-B Am.B 538-540, Faszikel 1
D-Bhm H 1001
D-Bhm BWV 146 [verschollen]
D-B Bach P 48, Faszikel 6
D-B Bach P 466, Faszikel 2
D-LEb Go. S. 29
PL-WRu 60007 Muz.
Verschollen Sing-Akademie BWV 146, Partitur
Verschollen BWV 36, 112, 146, L. Liepmannssohn
Verschollen BWV 146, E. Prieger
Verschollen BWV 146 (3), G. Poelchau
Verschollen BWV 146 (5), Königl. Bibliothek zu Berlin
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2019-03-11 : 07:57:44