Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750) Cantata BWV 213 “Lasst uns sorgen, lasst uns wachen”
Herkules auf dem Scheideweg – Dramma per musica – Urtext edited by Hans Grüß [solos,mix ch,orch] duration: 43'
solos: SATB – choir: SATB – 0.2(ob d’am).0.0. – 184.108.40.206. – str – bc
In our new edition of this often performed work, many details pertaining to performance-practical matters have been revised.
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In our new edition of this often performed work, many details pertaining to performance-practical matters have been revised. It is known that Bach reused the music of Cantata BWV 213 in his Christmas Oratorio and, as Hans Grüss convincingly explains, paid close attention to the preparation of the performance material in light of the repeated use of the new work. "The final version of the cantata is recognizable in the parts of the Christmas Oratorio", states Grüss. The specifics of the later revision can thus be retraced. They have also entailed a number of editorial consequences which cast a new light on the Cantata BWV 213.