Denn du wirst meine Seele nicht in der Hölle lassen, JLB 21 (Bach, Johann Ludwig)

Ambox notice.pngThis work was formerly attributed to Johann Sebastian Bach as BWV 15


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Aria: Auf, freue dich, Seele, du bist nun getröst' (No.5)

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Kryalot (2006/3/15)

Editor Moritz Hauptmann (1792–1868)
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Publisher. Info. Bach-Gesellschaft Ausgabe, Band 2 (pp.133-72)
Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1852. Plate B.W. II.
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Publisher. Info. Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, n.d.(ca.1895).
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Arranger Bernhard Todt (1822–1907), piano reduction
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Publisher. Info. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, n.d.(1891). Plate J.S.B. I.15
Reprinted New York: Edwin F. Kalmus, n.d.(after 1933)
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Aria: Auf, freue dich, Seele, du bist nun getröst' (No.5)

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Work Title Denn du wirst meine Seele nicht in der Hölle lassen
Alternative. Title For you shall not leave my soul in hell
Composer Bach, Johann Ludwig
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. JLB 21 ; (BWV 15)
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 2 Parts, 5 movements each:
  • Erster Teil.
  1. Arioso: Denn du wirst meine Seele nicht in der Hölle lassen (bass)
  2. Recitativo: Mein Jesus ware tot (soprano)
  3. Aria (Duetto): Weichet, weichet, Furcht und Schrecken (soprano & alto)
  4. Aria: Entsetzet euch nicht (tenor)
  5. Aria: Auf, freue dich, Seele, du bist nun getröst' (soprano)
  • Zweiter Teil.
6. Terzetto: Wo bleibet dein Rasen du höllischer Hund (soprano, tenor & bass)
7. Aria (Duetto): Ihr klaget mit Seufzen, ich jauchze mit Schall (soprano & alto)
8. Sonata (instrumental)
9. Recitativo (tenor & bass) - Quartet: Drum danket dem Höchsten, dem Störer des Krieges
10. Chorale: Weil du vom Tod erstanden bist (chorus & instrumental)
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1710 ?
First Publication. 1852 (BGA)
Librettist Christoph Helm (d.1748) [?]
Language German
Dedication Easter Sunday
Average DurationAvg. Duration 24 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation Voices: soprano, alto, tenor, bass + mixed chorus (SATB)
Orchestra: 3 trumpets + timpani + strings + continuo
External Links Wikipedia article
Bach-Cantatas.com
Denn du wirst meine Seele - scores at Sheet Music Plus
Extra Information For many years wrongly attributed to Johann Sebastian Bach (BWV 15). Performed by J.S. Bach in Leipzig on April 21, 1726.