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Cantata No. 31. Das Himmel lacht, die Erde jubilieret, BWV 31. Johann Sebastian Bach. Alto Voice sheet music. Bass Voice sheet music. Choir sheet music. Soprano Voice sheet music. Tenor Voice sheet music. Piano Accompaniment sheet music.

Translation

Cantata No. 31. The heavens laugh, the earth jubilieret, BWV 31. Johann Sebastian Bach. Alto Voice sheet music. Bass Voice sheet music. Choir sheet music. Soprano Voice sheet music. Tenor Voice sheet music. Piano Accompaniment sheet music.

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Cantata No. 31. Das Himmel lacht, die Erde jubilieret, BWV 31. Bach Gesellschaft Ausgabe. Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. 1685-1750. Edited by Wilhelm Rust. Arranged by Gustav Rosler. Choir and piano. For Soprano voice, Alto voice, Tenor voice, and Bass voice. Soli. , SATB Choir, Piano. This edition. Paperback. Sacred Cantata, Original Works, Transcriptions, Choral. Baroque Period. Sacred. Hymns, German. Vocal Score. Text Language. German. Composed 1715. 32 pages. Duration 21 minutes. Published by Serenissima. SA.Z5156. ISBN 9781932419122. With Text Language. German. Baroque Period. Sacred. Hymns, German. 7.44 x 9.69 inches. Composed for an Easter Sunday performance in 1715 during Bach's tenure as court composer at Weimar, this cantata has long been a favorite among the more than 250 he wrote. Unabridged electronically enhanced reprint of the vocal score first issued by C. F. Peters in ca. 1880. Sonata. Coro. Die Himmel lacht, die Erde jubilieret. Recitativo. Erwunschter Tag. Sei, Seele, wieder froh. Bass. Aria. Furst des Lebens, starker Streiter. Bass. Recitativo. So stehe denn, du Gott ergebne Seele. Tenor. Aria. Adam muss in uns verwesen. Tenor. Recitativo. Weil denn das Haupt sein Glied, naturlich nach sich zieht. Soprano. Aria. Letzte Stunde, brich herein. Soprano. Chorale. So fahr ich hin zu Jesu Christ.

Translation

Cantata No. 31. The heavens laugh, the earth jubilieret, BWV 31. Bach Gesellschaft edition. Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. 1685-1750. Edited by Wilhelm Rust. Arranged by Gustav Rosler. Choir and piano. For Soprano voice, Alto voice, Tenor voice, and Bass voice. Suns. , SATB Choir, Piano. This edition. Paperback. Sacred Cantata, Original Works, Transcriptions, Choral. Baroque Period. Sacred. Hymns, German. Vocal Score. Text Language. German. Composed 1715. 32 pages. Duration 21 minutes. Published by Serenissima. SA.Z5156. ISBN 9781932419122. With Text Language. German. Baroque Period. Sacred. Hymns, German. 7.44 x 9.69 inches. Composed for an Easter Sunday performance in 1715 during Bach's tenure as court composer at Weimar, this cantata has long been a favorite among the more than 250 he wrote. Unabridged electronically enhanced reprint of the vocal score first issued by C. F. Peters in ca. 1880. Sonata. Choir. The heavens laugh, the earth jubilieret. Recitativo. Erwunschter day. Be, soul, happy again. Bass. Air. Furst of life, strong fighter. Bass. Recitativo. Thus, there was because, God ergebne soul. Tenor. Air. Adam needs to rot in us. Tenor. Recitativo. Since, then pulls the main his cock, of course, according to. Soprano. Air. Last hour break in.. Soprano. Choir. So I'll go back to Jesus Christ.