Detailed Instrumentation: Solo Soprano / Solo Alto / Solo Tenor / Solo Bass / Mixed choir-SATB / Oboe / Bassoon / 3 Trumpets / 4 Trombones / Timpani / 2 Violins / Viola / Basso continuo.
Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis BWV 21 -Kantate zum 3. Sonntag nach Trinitatis- The cantata “ Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis ” dates from around 1713 and was probably performed for the first time that year in the Liebfrauenkirche in Halle . Its assigning to the third Sunday after Trinity probably only occurred the following year. With its large-scale structure and strong emphasis on biblical texts, it was extremely popular in the 19th century and remains one of Bach’s best-known cantatas today. The cantata is published here in a vocal score based on the New Bach Edition with an idiomatic, straightforward piano reduction by Martin Focke .
- One of Bach’s best-known cantatas
- Urtext based on the “ New Bach Edition”
- Clear straightforward piano reduction
|ord my God, my heart and soul were sore distrest BWV 21|
|Cantata for the 3rd Sunday after Trinity|
|Detailed instrumentation:||Soprano solo, Alto solo, Tenor solo, Bass solo, Mixed choir (SATB), Oboe, Bassoon, Trumpet (3), Trombone (4), Kettledrum, Violin (2), Viola, Basso continuo|
|Editor:||Moreen, Robert / Bozarth, George S. / Brainard, Paul|
|Product format:||Piano reduction, Urtext edition|
|Comments on the edition:||Study score = TP 1021|
|Level of difficulty (D):||3|
|Print run:||1st printing 2009|
|Pages / Format:||VI, 67 Seiten - 27,0 x 19,0 cm|
|size||27,0 x 19,0|
|detailed composition||SSolo/ASolo/TSolo/BSolo/GemCh-SATB/Ob/Fag/3 Trp/4 Pos/Pk/2 V/Va/Bc|
|editor||Moreen, Robert / Bozarth, George S. / Brainard, Paul|
|edizione||1. Aufl. 2009|
|number of pages||VI, 67 Seiten|
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