Johann Sebastian Bach: Joyful be, O ransomed flock

Johann Sebastian Bach

Joyful be, O ransomed flock

Cantata for the Feast of John the Baptist

BWV 30, 1738(?)

Description

The cantata Freue dich, erlöste Schar BWV 30 is one of Bach’s last church cantatas. Originally composed as a parody of the cantata Angenehmes Wiederau BWV 30a for the Feast of St. John’s Day in 1738, it still enjoys a great popularity today. Its extraordinary length (12 movements) made it possible for Bach to employ four vocal soloists who, together with instrumental soloists, choir and orchestra contribute to the generally festive character of this work.

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vocal score

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choral score

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    each: 4,20 €
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    4 x individual part, violoncello/double bass (31.030/14)
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    1 x individual part, organ (31.030/49)
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Product information

Editor

Julia Doht Personal details

Composer

Johann Sebastian Bach Personal details