Alles, was ihr tut mir Worten oder Werken, BuxWV 4 (Buxtehude, Dietrich)
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Prepared by Jürgen Knuth
These file(s) are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection.
Eugen Klause (1903-1999)
Berlin: Merseburger, 1947. Plate 911.
Violins I, II, Violas I, II, Violone, Continuo
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(Violins III = Violas I, Violotta/Octave Violin = Violas II, Cellos)
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Aria: Habe deine Lust (No.4)
|Work Title||Alles, was ihr tut mir Worten oder Werken|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||BuxWV 4|
|Year/Date of Composition||1668 or so, or earlier (a Swedish MS copy was made by Georg Düben in the latter year.)|
|Librettist||Georg Niege and Kolosser|
|Average Duration||13 minutes|
|Instrumentation||Voices: soprano, bass + mixed chorus (SATB)|
Orchestra: 2 violins, 2 violas, violone + continuo
|External Links|| (autograph of first 2 sections, Lübeck)
(has scans of the parts of Düben's 1668? copy (with Swedish words))
11.5 minutes here, 15 minutes in a 1992 commercial recording on the Carus label. (There have been several other recordings including LPs as far back as 1962, soon after an early modern (1957) edition of the work in vocal score. Kistner published the full score ca.1933. It may not have been published before its appearance in Deutsch.DT (I gather it is in that collection, as it is claimed to be by Netherlands library- will check) (in which case first date of publication is 1903). (Ah there, we have that score right here, no worries- didn't see it.)
According to Snyder, Alles, was ihr tut was Buxtehude's "most popular work: it is the only one included in all three of the principal manuscript collections that transmit Buxtehude's vocal music".