Transcription of the 1st movement of the Cantata for the Third Sunday of Easter, known as Jubilate. The
text "Weeping, wailing, grieving, fearing, dread and need are the Christians' tearful bread" is merely an introduction to an ultimately redemptive
cantata. Registration: HW Principal 8' + Octava 4' + Octava 2' coupled with RP: Copol Major 8' + Copol minor 4' + Octava 2; Pedal: Subbas 16' +
Octavbas 8' + Superoctavbas 4' (one passage was transposed down an octave to accommodate smaller pedal compass).
Midi File available.
Renaissance Organ (ca. 1587) in gothic church in Smecno, Czech Republic -
Samples by Jiri Zurek
- Symphonia to Cantata 12, BWV 012a
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- Chorale Text
Angst und Not
Sind der Christen Tränenbrot,
Die das Zeichen Jesu tragen.
English (Opening Chorus):
Dread and need
Are the Christians' tearful bread,
Audio track was created with Hauptwerk v. 1 software