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Cantata BWV 6 Bleib Bei Uns

Cantata for Easter Monday

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Mixed Choir
COMPOSER: Johann Sebastian Bach
PUBLISHER: Bärenreiter-Verlag
PRODUCT TYPE: Part
Bleib Bei Uns, Denn Es Will Abend Werden BWV 6 Cantata for Easter Monday - Full score & performance material (BA10006), vocal score (BA10006-90) available for sale Barenreiter's editions of Bach 's Cantatas offer the authoritative text of the New Bach Edition meeting Bärenreiter Urtext standards.
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Subtitle Cantata for Easter Monday
Instrument Group Mixed Choir
Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Publisher Bärenreiter-Verlag
Instrumentation Mixed Choir and Orchestra
Product Type Part
Style Period Baroque
Editor Alfred Dürr
Genre Cantate
Style Baroque
ISMN 9790006489817
Style Period Baroque
Series Bärenreiter Urtext
No. Pages 24
No. BA10006-67
Part {Instrument} Organ
Description

Bleib Bei Uns, Denn Es Will Abend Werden BWV 6

Cantata for Easter Monday

- Full score & performance material (BA10006), vocal score (BA10006-90) available for sale

Barenreiter's editions ofBach's Cantatas offer the authoritative text of the New Bach Edition meeting Bärenreiter Urtext standards. No group of works in Johann Sebastian Bach’s output is as wide-ranging as the cantatas. This is hardlysurprising considering that for over five years Bach was required to compose a work, or at least re-work an existing one, for every Sunday and festival of the church year, as well as for numerous secular occasions suchascouncil inaugurations, school and university celebrations and royal birthdays.

Unfortunately, not all cantatas have survived. However, over 200 sacred and secular works exist and form a corpus of works suitable for allpossible occasions. This rich musical heritage is still as relevant today as it was then.

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