Erschallet, ihr Lieder [Weimar version] BWV 172.1; BWV 172; BC A 81a

Sacred cantata (1st Day of Pentecost)

[S solo, A solo, T solo, B solo, S, A, T, B]; Tromba I, II, III, Timpani, [Flauto dolce?], [Oboe?], Fagotto, Violino I, [Violino II], Viola I, Viola II, Violoncello, [Bc/Org]
(unvollständig überliefert, s. u.)
Date of origin
vor dem 20. Mai 1714
Early performances
, Weimar (Premiere)
relation from other works:
is adapted in BWV 172/6 (o.I.) ChS
Weimar version in C major (= choir pitch; standard pitch = D major); about pitch see NBA I/13 (score), p. Vf. This version is not fully reconstructable. The parts of S, A, T, B, violin II, oboe and Basso contino (and perhaps also flute) are lost. Lit.: Dürr St 2, p. 73;
Probably further performance of this version in Köthen between 1717 and 1722.
probably Salomon Franck; mvt. 2: John 14:23; mvt. 6: stanza 4 from ‘Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern’ by Philipp Nicolai (1599)
NBA I/13, -- (Dietrich Kilian, 1959) – Critical report (1960), S. 7
Original sources
D-B Bach St 23
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