Bach Anthology 2011

BWV 55 I, wretched man, I, slave to sin
BWV 61 Now come, the gentiles' Savior
BWV 66 Rejoice, all ye spirits
BWV 73 Lord, as thou wilt, so deal with me
BWV 84 I am content with my good fortune
BWV 96 Lord Christ, the only Son of God
BWV 97 In all my undertakings
BWV 108 It is for you that I depart now
BWV 136 Examine me, God, and discover my heart
BWV 173 Exalted flesh and blood

Collection of the reflection lectures 2011 (in German)

Speakers: Angelika Overath, Bea Wyler, Daniel Hell, Eberhard Jüngel, Eleonore Frey-Staiger, Gottlieb F. Höpli, Iso Camartin, Kerstin Odendahl, Noldi Alder, Urs Schoettli

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 55 I, wretched man, I, slave to sin
BWV 61 Now come, the gentiles' Savior
BWV 66 Rejoice, all ye spirits
BWV 73 Lord, as thou wilt, so deal with me
BWV 84 I am content with my good fortune
BWV 96 Lord Christ, the only Son of God
BWV 97 In all my undertakings
BWV 108 It is for you that I depart now
BWV 136 Examine me, God, and discover my heart
BWV 173 Exalted flesh and blood

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BWV 55 I, wretched man, I, slave to sin
BWV 61 Now come, the gentiles' Savior
BWV 66 Rejoice, all ye spirits
BWV 73 Lord, as thou wilt, so deal with me
BWV 84 I am content with my good fortune
BWV 96 Lord Christ, the only Son of God
BWV 97 In all my undertakings
BWV 108 It is for you that I depart now
BWV 136 Examine me, God, and discover my heart
BWV 173 Exalted flesh and blood

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