Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen (Weeping, lamenting, worrying, fearing), BWV 12, is a church to form the Crucifixus movement of the Credo in his Mass in B minor. Franz Liszt based extended keyboard compositions on the same material. This paper presents an analytical view of Liszt’s Variations on J. S. Bach’s Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen motive, and in particular examines. Here you will find a variety of high quality sheet music for Organ for beginners and advanced players! Order fast & secure, even without regist.
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In the second aria, ” Ich folge Christo nach ” I follow after Christ the decision to follow Jesus is made. Bach repeats the beginning text four times, while the singular destination appears only once.
Franz Liszt klaggen extended keyboard compositions on the same material.
The site is also available in several languages. Church cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach compositions. The middle section of the line about the Christians ” die das Zeichen Jesu tragen ” that bear the marks of Jesus first marked “un poco allegro”, is in a contrasting mood.
The lamentolistz chromatic fourth ostinato, is repeated twelve times. The text is also repeated in the middle section, as Bach was still experimenting with the da capo form. Ich folge Christo nach. Bach was appointed Konzertmeister in Weimar in the spring ofa position that called for the performance of a church cantata each month.
Franck contends that this is true not only for the disciples who were addressed directly, but for every Christian. Koagen 25 April klagdn Retrieved 26 September The work is structured in seven movementsan instrumental Sinfoniaa choral passacagliaa recitative on a Bible quotation, three arias and, as the closing chorale, the last stanza from Samuel Rodigast ‘s ewinen ” Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan ” Both weiben bear a dedication to Anton Rubinstein, and both are based on the same wonderful theme.
Sei getreu, alle Pein. Between Trinity and Advent: Church cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach. February Total duration: The ninth repeat is similar to the first, but in more extreme harmonies.
The table entries are excerpted from the list of recordings from the selection on the Bach-Cantatas website. Philippe Herreweghe Collegium Vocale Gent.
Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen, BWV 12 – Wikipedia
Retrieved from ” https: The closing chorale, ” Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan ” What God does, is well done  is set for four parts, illuminated by an instrumental obbligato part.
Wejnen text, depicting the affliction that Christians have to pass, is assumed to have been written by Salomon Franckthe Weimar court poet who wrote most texts for Bach cantatas of the Weimar period. The complete music for solo piano, Vol. The first choral movement, ” Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen ” Weeping, lamentation, worry, despair is in da capo form.
It follows details of the Gospel and the idea from the epistle reading: Von Gott poetisch-musikalisch reden: The Schlosskirche in Weimar. The voice enters with the same motif. The music illustrates the union of the four contrasting elements all beginning with K: Bach reworked the first section of the first chorus to form the Crucifixus movement of the Credo in his Mass in B minor, the central movement of that work, three decades later.
Chorale cantatas between Trinity and Easter: Views Read Edit View history. Retrieved 15 April The form of the aria follows the bar form of the chorale instead of the usual da capo form.
Variationen über das Motiv von Bach, S.180 (Liszt, Franz)
During the last aria, ” Sei getreu, alle Pein ” Be faithful, all pain the trumpet plays the chorale tune ” Jesu, meine Freude ” as a cantus firmus ;  Bach may have thought of the stanza “Weicht, ihr Trauergeister” Go away, mournful spirits.
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A ritornello frames part A, but also accompanies the vocal entry. The Variations are not simply an expansion klagem the earlier piece, although there are a few fragments in common. Church cantata by J. Hyperion offers both CDs, and downloads in a number of formats. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. His predecessor, Johan Kuhnau, had already noted that “visitors and distinguished gentlemen certainly want to hear something fine in the principal churches.
As concertmaster, he assumed principal responsibility for composing wenien works, specifically cantatas for the Schlosskirche palace churchon a monthly schedule. He composed Weinen, Klagen, Jlagen, Zagen as the second cantata in the series, on a text probably written by court poet Salomon Franck. Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan. The Prelude of is a dignified and restrained piece with just one dramatic outburst, all within the framework of a passacaglia which unfolds 25 variations on the motif.
Beginning with the highest voice, each part sings an extended sigh.