from Cantata No. 142
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The vocal parts to this masterwork are very
accessible for early adolescent singers. In
reality, this octavo is a keyboard work with vocal accompaniment, similar in style to
Bach's Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring, although more resplendent. An accomplished keyboardist (piano or harpsichord) is required.
The vocal ranges fit an
all-male early adolescent chorus, but it could be performed by a mixed group as well.
Music: J. S. Bach (1685-1750) from
Cantata No. 142
Arranger: Bob Siltman
Voicing: Three-part Variable
with Piano or Harpsichord
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