The Montreal International Musical Competition, this year devoted to voice, ended on a high note with the Winners’ Gala Concert on June 8. First, Second and. St. Matthew Passion, BWV – Part Two: “Mache dich, mein Herze, rein”. By Johann Sebastian Bach, Tom Krause, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Sir Georg. Bach: St. Matthew Passion Suite – Mache dich, mein Herze, rein by Daniel Schnyder, released 01 June

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Bach finalized his autograph score in —; however, this undertaking was not tied to any new performance.

Bach: St. Matthew Passion Suite – Mache dich, mein Herze, rein | Daniel Schnyder

Evangelist Then Judas, who betrayed him, answered and said: Pilati Weib Habe du nichts zu schaffen mit diesem Gerechten; ich habe heute viel erlitten im Traum von seinetwegen!

Choir I consists of a soprano in ripieno voice, a soprano solo, an alto solo, a tenor solo, SATB chorus, two traversostwo oboestwo oboes d’amoretwo oboes da caccialutestrings two violin sections, violas and cellosand continuo at least organ. Evangelist But Jesus was silent. My Jesus, give it always to me! Evangelist Und wiewohl viel falsche Zeugen herzutraten, funden sie doch keins.

Bach and the High Baroque: This water could have been sold for a high price and given to the poor. This was sung only in and — and had been played on the organ before. Recitative A Chorus I O you dear Savior, when your disciples foolishly protest that this virtuous woman prepares your body with ointment for the grave, in the meantime let me, with the flowing tears from my eyes, pour a water upon your head!


So when the Governor answered and said to them: The first scenes are in Jerusalem: Diminished seventh chords and sudden modulations accompany Jesus’s apocalyptic prophecies. The Passion was performed under the Cantor of St. What do you think? Evangelist But on the first day of unleavened bread the disciples came to Jesus machhe said to him: The St Matthew Reim was not heard in more or less its entirety outside Leipzig untilwhen the twenty-year-old Felix Mendelssohn performed a version in Berlinwith the Berlin Singakademieto great acclaim.

Pilate’s Wife Have nothing to do with this righteous man; I have suffered much in a dream today on his account! Jesus Nehmet, esset, das ist mein Leib. Song of Solomon 6: The Good Shepherd suffers for the sheep. She has done a good deed for me. Evangelist Er sprach zu ihm: Jesus Stecke dein Schwert an seinen Ort; denn wer das Schwert nimmt, der soll durchs Schwert umkommen.

Evangelist List of compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach. She has poured this water on my body because I will be buried. Zelter had a supply of J. High Priest Do you answer nothing to this, that they say against you?

Evangelist At the festival, however, the Governor had a custom of releasing a prisoner to the people, whichever they wanted. O scourging, o blows, o wounds!

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And at the ninth hour Jesus cried out loudly and said: Evangelist Jesus aber sprach zu ihm: Evangelist They screamed even more and said: On the way to the crucifixion site No. Evangelist Da das Jesus merkete, sprach er zu ihnen: The “glorious work” quotation is on page Pilate What shall I mien then with Jesus, of whom it is said, he is the Christ? Evangelist Then the high priest tore his garments and said: Chorale The world has judged me deceitfully, with lies and false statements, many traps and secret snares.


When Judas, who betrayed him, saw that he was condemned to death, he felt remorse and brought back the thirty silver pieces to the high priests and the elders and said: Chorale Although I have been separated from you, yet I return again; even so your Son set the example for us through his anguish and mortal pain. Chorale When I must depart one day, do not part machee me then, when I must suffer death, come to me then!

Since it is usually assumed that Bach’s St Matthew Passion was first performed on Good Friday 11 April[3] although mdin first performance may have been as late as Good Friday as older sources assert. Part Two is opened by a dialog between the alto soloist deploring her lost Jesus and choir II offering help in searching for him, quoting Song of Songs 6: O Head, bound in mockery with a crown of thorns!

Da dachte Petrus an die Worte Jesu, da er zu ihm sagte: Evangelist And when they had mocked him, they took off the mantle and put his clothes back on; and led him out to be crucified. I can destroy the temple of God and in three days build it up again. But those who passed by cursed at him and shook their heads, saying: Bernstein’s lecture on Bach was also published in His body comes to rest, Ah!