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Original

Do justice to all men. Johann Sebastian Bach. Cello sheet music.

Translation

Do justice to all men. Johann Sebastian Bach. Cello sheet music.

Original

Do justice to all men. Cantata for the 23rd Sunday after Trinity. Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. 1685-1750. Edited by Uwe Wolf. Arranged by Thomas Riegler. For 2 cellos. End of the church year. Language. German. English. Composed 1715. BWV 163. 4 pages. Duration 18 minutes. Published by Carus Verlag. CA.3116315. With Language. German. English. End of the church year. The cantata "Nur jedem das Seine". Do justice to all men. BWV 163, for the last Sunday of the Church Year 1714. 15, belongs among to those chamber music works which Bach composed for the Weimar Schlosskirche. The instruments are limited to strings, although two obbligato violoncellos are included which together with the solo bass singer and the continuo form a "bass" quartet unique in Bach's works. The final chorale of the cantata is handed down only as a fragment and was newly reconstructed for our edition by Thomas Riegler.

Translation

Do justice to all men. Cantata for the 23rd Sunday after Trinity. Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. 1685-1750. Edited by Uwe Wolf. Arranged by Thomas Riegler. For 2 cellos. End of the church year. Language. German. English. Composed 1715. BWV 163. 4 pages. Duration 18 minutes. Published by Carus Verlag. CA.3116315. With Language. German. English. End of the church year. The cantata Only to each his own. Do justice to all men. BWV 163, for the last Sunday of the Church Year 1714. 15, belongs among to those chamber music works which Bach composed for the Weimar Schlosskirche. The instruments are limited to strings, although two obbligato violoncellos are included which together with the solo bass singer and the continuo form a bass quartet unique in Bach's works. The final chorale of the cantata is handed down only as a fragment and was newly reconstructed for our edition by Thomas Riegler.