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Original

Ah, how fleeting, ah, how futile. Johann Sebastian Bach. Voice sheet music. Choir sheet music. Horn sheet music. Piano and Keyboard sheet music.

Translation

Ah, how fleeting, ah, how futile. Johann Sebastian Bach. Voice sheet music. Choir sheet music. Horn sheet music. Piano and Keyboard sheet music.

Original

Ah, how fleeting, ah, how futile. Cantata for 24th Sunday after Trinity. Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. 1685-1750. Edited by Till Reininghaus. For SATB vocal soli, SATB choir, flute, 3 oboes, horn, 2 violins, viola, basso continuo. This edition. Paperbound. Stuttgart Urtext Edition. German title. Ach wie fluchtig, ach wie nichtig. End of the church year, Mourning, death. Vocal score. Language. German. English. Composed 1724. BWV 26. 24 pages. Duration 17 minutes. Published by Carus Verlag. CA.3102603. ISBN M-007-09141-5. With Language. German. English. End of the church year, Mourning, death. Bach's cantata BWV 26 belongs to the Leipzig cycle of chorale cantatas, 1724. 25, and it was first performed on 19 November 1724. The underlying 13-vers hymn by Michael Franck provided Bach and his unidentified librettist with an abundance of metaphors and comparisons which, from verse to verse and movement to movement, illustrate the fleeting and transitory nature of earthly life. an impressive musical-poetic exposition of potent baroque pictures of "vanity. " Score available separately - see item CA.3102600.

Translation

Ah, how fleeting, ah, how futile. Cantata for 24th Sunday after Trinity. Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. 1685-1750. Edited by Till Reininghaus. For SATB vocal alone, SATB choir, flute, 3 oboes, horn, 2 violins, viola, basso continuo. This edition. Paperbound. Stuttgart Urtext Edition. German title. Ah, how fleeting, ah, how void. End of the church year, Mourning, death. Vocal score. Language. German. English. Composed 1724. BWV 26. 24 pages. Duration 17 minutes. Published by Carus Verlag. CA.3102603. ISBN M-007-09141-5. With Language. German. English. End of the church year, Mourning, death. Bach's cantata BWV 26 belongs to the Leipzig cycle of chorale cantatas, 1724. 25, and it was first performed on 19 November 1724. The underlying 13-vers hymn by Michael Franck provided Bach and his unidentified librettist with an abundance of metaphors and comparisons which, from verse to verse and movement to movement, illustrate the fleeting and transitory nature of earthly life. an impressive musical-poetic exposition of potent baroque pictures of "vanity. " Score available separately - see item CA.3102600.