Bach Anthology 2010

BWV 1 How beauteous beams the morning star
BWV 22 Jesus took to him the twelve
BWV 57 Blessed is the man who bears temptation with patience
BWV 90 To ruin you an end of terror
BWV 93 The man who leaves to god all power
BWV 103 Ye will be weeping and wailing
BWV 109 I have faith, O dear Lord, help my unbelieving
BWV 137 Praise the Lord, the mighty King of honour
BWV 138 Why are you troubled, my heart?
BWV 156 I stand with one foot in the grave now
BWV 184 O welcome light of joy

Collection of the reflection lectures 2010 (in German)

Speakers: Alois M. Haas, Annemarie Pieper, Berthold Rothschild, Christoph Wolff, Elisabeth Bronfen, Gottfried Schatz, Ingrid Grave, Klaus Merz, Martin Johann Stähli, Michael von Brück, Rainer Erlinger, Suzette Sandoz

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 1 How beauteous beams the morning star
BWV 22 Jesus took to him the twelve
BWV 57 Blessed is the man who bears temptation with patience
BWV 90 To ruin you an end of terror
BWV 93 The man who leaves to god all power
BWV 103 Ye will be weeping and wailing
BWV 109 I have faith, O dear Lord, help my unbelieving
BWV 137 Praise the Lord, the mighty King of honour
BWV 138 Why are you troubled, my heart?
BWV 156 I stand with one foot in the grave now
BWV 184 O welcome light of joy

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Cantata
BWV 1 How beauteous beams the morning star
BWV 22 Jesus took to him the twelve
BWV 57 Blessed is the man who bears temptation with patience
BWV 90 To ruin you an end of terror
BWV 93 The man who leaves to god all power
BWV 103 Ye will be weeping and wailing
BWV 109 I have faith, O dear Lord, help my unbelieving
BWV 137 Praise the Lord, the mighty King of honour
BWV 138 Why are you troubled, my heart?
BWV 156 I stand with one foot in the grave now
BWV 184 O welcome light of joy

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