Bach Anthology 2008

BWV 54 Stand steadfast against transgression
BWV 63 Christians, etch ye now this day
BWV 78 Jesus, thou who this my spirit
BWV 81 Jesus sleeps, what should my hope be?
BWV 88 See now, I will send out many fishers
BWV 125 In peace and joy do I depart
BWV 129 Give honour to the Lord, my God
BWV 139 Blest he who self can to his God
BWV 140 Wake, arise, the voice calls us
BWV 166 Where to dost thou go?
BWV 169 God all alone my heart shall master

Collection of the reflection lectures 2008 (in German)

Speakers: Beatrice von Matt, Christian Lucas Hart Nibbrig, Felizitas Gräfin von Schönborn, Isabelle Graesslé, Iso Camartin, Katharina Hoby-Peter, Martin Meyer, Rolf Dubs, Rüdiger Görner, Thomas Held, Thomas Sprecher

The reflection lecture on the cantata text is a fundamental part of every concert evening of the J. S. Bach Foundation. They are held by interesting personalities from the business and cultural worlds, politics, science and religion, who express their personal and contemporary view about the baroque texts written by various poets and theologians. Every year, the reflection lectures are collected and published together with the cantata texts as well as the theological references in the form of a Bach Anthology.

BWV 54 Stand steadfast against transgression
BWV 63 Christians, etch ye now this day
BWV 78 Jesus, thou who this my spirit
BWV 81 Jesus sleeps, what should my hope be?
BWV 88 See now, I will send out many fishers
BWV 125 In peace and joy do I depart
BWV 129 Give honour to the Lord, my God
BWV 139 Blest he who self can to his God
BWV 140 Wake, arise, the voice calls us
BWV 166 Where to dost thou go?
BWV 169 God all alone my heart shall master

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Cantata
BWV 54 Stand steadfast against transgression
BWV 63 Christians, etch ye now this day
BWV 78 Jesus, thou who this my spirit
BWV 81 Jesus sleeps, what should my hope be?
BWV 88 See now, I will send out many fishers
BWV 125 In peace and joy do I depart
BWV 129 Give honour to the Lord, my God
BWV 139 Blest he who self can to his God
BWV 140 Wake, arise, the voice calls us
BWV 166 Where to dost thou go?
BWV 169 God all alone my heart shall master

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