Johann Sebastian Bach (16851750)

O Holy Spirit’s solemn rite BWV 165

Cantata for the Trinity Sunday – "O heilges Geist- und Wasserbad"
Urtext Stuttgarter Bach-Ausgaben (revised edition)

para: 4 solistas (SATB), coro de voces mixtas (SATB), 2 violines, viola, fagot, bajo contínuo

Partitura de estudio

Nº de artículo681135
Autor/CompositorJohann Sebastian Bach
EditorFrauke Heinze
Idiomasalemán, inglés
Alcance24 Páginas; 14,5 × 21 cm
Duración13 minutos
Año de lanzamiento2018
Editorial/fabricanteCarus Verlag
N.º del fabricanteCV 31.165/07
ISMN9790007242350
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Descripción

The cantata "O heilges Geist- und Wasserbad" (O Holy spirit’s solemn rite) BWV 165 is one of Bach's earliest cantata compositions and was presumably first performed in the Weimar Schlosskirche for Trinity Sunday in 1715. With a simple instrumentation of only strings and basso continuo (including bassoon), the cantata offers an alternative to the later Leipzig cantatas for the Feast of the Holy Trinity, also with regard to the vivid interpretation of the text in the librettos by Salomon Franck. In the two expressive recitatives and the three distinctively different arias, Bach repeatedly emphasizes the central words of the text, which focuses on the meaning of the rebirth of the spirit through baptism.