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The passion of Our Lord according to S. Matthew

Author: Johann Sebastian Bach; J Troutbeck; H W Nicholl; Christian Friedrich Henrici
Publisher: New York : G. Schirmer, ©1932.
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Genre/Form: Vocal scores with piano
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Johann Sebastian Bach; J Troutbeck; H W Nicholl; Christian Friedrich Henrici
OCLC Number: 9738252
Language Note: English words; also printed separately as text: p. iv-xi.
Notes: Original text by C.F. Henrici (Picander).
Words also printed separately as text: p. iv-xi.
Description: 1 vocal score (xii, 219 p.) ; 26 cm.
Contents: Part 1. Come, ye daughters --
When Jesus had finished --
O blessed Jesu --
Then assembled the chief priests --
Not upon the feast --
Now when Jesus was in Bethany --
To what purpose is this waste? --
When Jesus percieved it --
O blessed Saviour --
Grief and pain --
Then went one among the twelve --
Bleed and break, thou loving heart --
Now on the first day --
Where wilt thou that we prepare --
He said: Go ye into the city --
The sorrows thou art bearing --
He answered them, and said --
Although both heart and eyes o'erflow --
Lord, to thee my heart --
And when they had sung a hymn of praise --
From ill do thou defend me --
Then answered Peter --
Near thee would I be staying --
Then cometh Jesus with them --
Behold, how throbs the heavy-laden breast --
I would beside my Lord be watching --
And he went a little farther --
The Saviour, low before His Father bending --
Gladly would I be enduring --
And He came to his disciples --
The will of God be alway done --
And He came again --
Behold, my Saviour now is taken --
And behold, one of them --
O man, bewail thy grievous sin! Part 2. Ah! Now is my Saviour gone --
And they that laid hold on Jesus --
The crafty world --
Yea, tho' many false witnesses --
He holds His peace --
Be still, be still! --
And the High Priest --
$tHe is of death deserving --
And then did they spit in His face --
Now tell us, Thou Christ --
O Lord, who dares to smite Thee --
Peter was sitting without in the court --
Have mercy, Lord, on me --
Once I loved from Thee to wander --
Now when the morning came --
Bring Him back, is all my prayer --
And they took counse together --
Whate'er may vex or grieve thee --
Now at the feast --
O wondrous love --
The governor answered --
To all men Jesus good hat' done --
In love my Saviour now is dying --
But they cried out the more --
O gracious God, behold --
If my tears be unavailing --
Amd then did the soldiers of the governor --
O Thou, with hate surrounded --
And after they had mocked Him --
In truth, to bear the Cross --
Come, healing Cross --
And when they were come to a place --
The robbers also, which were crucified --
Ah, Golgotha! --
Look ye, Jesus waiting stands --
Now from the sixth hour --
When life begins to fail me --
And then, behold, the veil of the temple --
At evening, hour of calm and rest --
Make thee clean, my heart, from sin --
And Joseph took the body --
And the Lord to rest is laid --
Here yet awhile.
Other Titles: Matthäuspassion.
Responsibility: English translation and adaptation by the Rev. Dr. Troutbeck ; the music by Johann Sebastian Bach ; vocal score edited by H.W. Nicholl.

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