For soloists (SATB), SATB chorus and orchestra. German words by Haydn and Baron van Swieten; based on verses by Peter Pindar. "Urtext"--Cover. Pref. in German, English and French; commentary in German and English. Separate practical editions from his Werke, Reihe XXVIII, Bd 2.
For solo voices (SSTTBB), chorus (SATB), and orchestra. German words by the composer; facsim. of original libretto on p. xlvii-li. Continuo realized for violoncello, bassoon, violone, and harpsichord by Michael Pacholke. Editorial, historical, and critical notes in German. Includes bibliographical references.
German words; includes facsim. of the original libretto published in 1716 (p. lix-lxvi). Figured bass realized for keyboard instrument by Hans-Peter Glimpf. Editorial, historical, and critical notes in German. Includes bibliographical references.
Pasticcio. The majority of turba choruses, two duets, and all the chorale harmonizations derived principally from the Matthäuspassion and some other works of J.S. Bach; one turba chorus adopted from the Markuspassion of Homilius, the composers of others remaining unidentified; two large choral movements borrowed from other works of C.P.E. Bach; recitatives nominally composed by C.P.E. Bach with the obvious influence of the J.S. ...
Pasticcio; includes recitatives, turba choruses, and chorales from Telemann's setting of 1745; the chorus Ruht wohl from J.S. Bach's St. John Passion, BWV 245; two arias, a duet, and chorus from Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel's 1749 Passion; and, two arias from Gottfried August Homilius's St. Mark Passion. German words; libretto also printed separately (p. xix-xxiii). Includes pref. and critical report in English. Includes bibliographical references.
For soli (SATBB) and choir (SATB) with piano. German words with English translation staff notation. Preface in German, English, and French. Includes list (Konkordanz) of the basic differences of the versions I-IV, and the revised score in German.
A reconstruction by Hellmann; contains choruses, arias and chorales taken from BWV 198 and other sources, to be performed as a cantata with 7 additional chorales for use if the missing Evangelist's part is spoken. This rev. ed. adds 4 more chorales discovered by Glöckner in Ms. R 18, Musikbibliothek der Stadt Leipzig. "Urtext." Text by Christian Friedrich Henrici (Picander). Afterword in German.
For solo voices, chorus, and orchestra. German words. Facsimile of the holograph in the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Musikabteilung mit Mendelssohn-Archiv, Mus. ms. Bach P 25. Includes bibliographical references. Includes preface and commentary in German and English translation. Staff notation.
"The 1774 Passion ... represents a true pasticcio. While the recitatives, turbae choruses, and chorales again are drawn from HoWV I.10, the accompanied recitatives, arias, and two choruses are drawn from three other works by Homilius: the St. John Passion, HoWV I.4, the St. Luke Passion, HoWV I.5, and the Passion oratorio Nun, ihr, meiner Augen Lider, HoWV I.9"--P. xi. German words; also printed ...
For soloists (SATTB), SATB chorus and orchestra. German words, also printed as text, p. xvii-xxi. Issued in cooperation with the Bach-Archiv Leipzig, the Sächsische Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig, and Harvard University. Pref. and critical commentary in English. Includes bibliographical references.
For soloists (SATTBB), SATB chorus and orchestra. "The passion according to St. Luke performed by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach in 1775 (H 788) was drawn entirely from a setting attributed to Gottfried August Homilius (Du starker Keltertreter, HoWV I.5)"--P. xi; contains omissions, revisions, and rescoring from the original work. German words, also printed as text, p. xvii-xxi. Pref. and critical commentary in English. Includes ...
Oratorio for solo voices (STB), chorus (SATB), and orchestra. German words by Franz Xaver Huber with revisions by Christian Schreiber, also printed as text and in facsimile of ms., p. -303. Pref. in German on p. [vii]-xi; kritischer Bericht in German, p. -303. Includes bibliographical references.
For soloists (SSSAAATTBB), chorus (SATB), and orchestra. Edited from the autograph ms. in the Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Carl von Ossietzky, Hamburg (ND VI 130). Duration: ca. 02:00:00. Foreword in German.
German words, also printed as text. Libretto by Christian Friedrich Henrici, known as Picander. Reproduction of the 1732 ed. of the libretto: p. xiii-xviii. Pref. in German with English and French translations.
For soloists (STB), SATB chorus and orchestra; pasticcio compiled by C.P.E. Bach based on the gospel narrative and 4 chorales from Telemann's 1760 St. Luke Passion, with additional material from a cantata by G. Benda, a Passion by G.H. Stölzel, and the St. Mark Passion by G.A. Homilius. German words, also printed as text, p. xix-xxiii. Issued in cooperation with the Bach-Archiv Leipzig, the ...