Cantata No: 11 (Ascension Oratorio), (1735)
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jsbcant11z.zip (May 2014) 51 kB
|Full name of work:||Cantata No: 11 (Ascension Oratorio), (1735)|
|Composer:||Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750), German|
|Music category:||Classical Choral Cantata|
|Instruments:||arranged for soloists, for SATB chorus (piccolo, clarinet, French horn, bassoon), and for piano (converted to strings etc)|
|Name of file creator:||Hooper, John|
|e-mail address:||john "at" learnchoralmusic "dot" co "dot" uk|
|Comments:||This ZIP File contains the following NAMED sections:-|
01-Lobet.nwc 1: Lobet Gott in sein Reichen
02-DerHerr.nwc 2: Der Herr Jesus hon seine Hande
03-AchJesu.nwc 3: Ach, Jesu, is dein Abschied schon so nahttp://www.naxos.com/person/Joha.....7648/17648.htmh?
04-Ach-bleibe.nwc 4: Ach. bleibe doch, mein liebstes Leben,
05-und-ward.nwc 5: Und ward aufgehoben zusehens und fuhr
06-Nun.nwc 6: Nun lieget alles unter dir,
07-Und-da.nwc 7: Und da die ihm nachsahen Himmel farren
08-AchJa.nwc 8: Ach ja! so komme bald zuruck!
09-SieAb.nwc 9: Sie aber beteten ihn an
10-Jesu.nwc 10: Jesu, deine gnadenblikke
11-Wann.nwc 11: Wann soll es doch geschehen
There are no text/lyrics; these Files were generated purely for Choral Rehearsing purposes (using a published piano-reduction Score), and so don't look pretty even though they should sound reasonable (though that depends very much on your hardware/software; mine is a Soundblaster AWE64 Gold). Voice-emphasised Midi Files of the whole work can be downloaded for free from my Website (above).
The Site also contains Midi Files for several rather more modern Composers, for which NWC versions may be available.
There are several good recordings of this Work on YouTube. One is at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2bZ5w-lzqM.