Music examples and charts illustrate the analyses, and each essay is fully annotated by the editor. In some cases, the results of the original research by the editor or by others working in the field are published here for the first time. Much of the material has never before appeared in English.
A score embodying the best available musical text.
Historical background-what is known of the circumstances surrounding the origin of the work, including (where relevant) original source material.
A detailed analysis of the music, by the editor of the volume or another well-known scholar.
Other significant analytic essays and critical comments, exposing the student to a variety of opinions about the music.
|The New Chronology of Bach's Vocal Music||p. 3|
|The History and Dating of Cantata No. 140||p. 51|
|The History of the Hymn and Its Melody||p. 55|
|The Score of Cantata No. 140||p. 59|
|Textual Note||p. 102|
|The Chorale Melody as Used by Bach||p. 109|
|The Remainder of the Text and the Overall Form of the Cantata||p. 110|
|Views and Comments|
|Carl von Winterfeld||p. 153|
|Carl Hermann Bitter||p. 156|
|Philipp Spitta||p. 158|
|Albert Schweitzer||p. 159|
|Andre Pirro||p. 161|
|C. Hubert H. Parry||p. 163|
|W. G. Whittaker||p. 166|
|Friedrich Smend||p. 169|
|Karl Geiringer||p. 170|
|Alfred Durr||p. 171|
|Index to the New Chronology of Bach's Vocal Music by BWV Numbers||p. 177|
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Series: Norton Critical Scores
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 192
Published: 17th January 1972
Publisher: WW Norton & Co
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 20.8 x 15.7 x 1.3
Weight (kg): 0.25
Edition Number: 1