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James R. Jennings

Sacred Choral Music by J. S. Bach (1685-1750)

Motet "Jesu meine Freude" (BWV 227)

Sequenced and arranged by J. R. Jennings


This motet was written in Leipzig and dates from 1723 (e. g. see the entry for this work in Wikipedia). Surviving scores of "Jesu meine Freude" include only vocal parts, but modern scholarship has established that the motets by J. S. Bach were sung with instrumental accompaniment (e. g. see the discussion on motets in Wikipedia). The chorales of various cantatas (e.g. 4, 78) have and instrumental accompaniment that consists of various instuments doubling the vocal parts and an additional continuo line, which might or might not exactly double the bass part and might or might not include figures to indicate the chord structure. The files available here contain the complete vocal score and continuo part that has been written out in modern musical notation. Software to read NWC scores can be downloaded free of charge.

Jesu meine Freude: files available for download
Section number/nameNWC
Score
MIDIPDF
Score
German
text
English
text
1: "Jesu meine Freude" yes yes yes yes no
2: "Es ist nun nichts" yes yes yes yes no
3: "Unter deinen Schirmen" yes yes yes yes no
4: "Denn das Gesetz des Geistes" yes yes yes yes no
5: "Trotz dem alten Drachen" yes yes yes yes no
6: "Ihr aber seid nicht fleischlich" yes yes yes yes no
7: "Weg mit allen schaetzen" yes yes yes yes no
8: "So aber Christus in euch ist" yes yes yes yes no
9: "Gute Nacht" yes yes yes yes no
10: "So nun der Geist" yes yes yes yes no
11: "Weicht ihr trauergeister" yes yes yes yes no

*Continuo copyright 2009 by James R. Jennings.

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