Between one episode and another there are the chorales (Nos.
3,10,15,17,25, 32, 37,40,44,46, 54,62 to which should be added those inserted into Nos.
63a) where the words of the Evangelist are subjected to the resounding tumult of the continuo, the sound effects go far beyond the limits of a botes de apuestas del estado purely harmonic support and become a veritable depiction of a palpable event, poetry and the imitation of nature.
In his work Henrici made use of an earlier Passion which had been printed in 1725.The whole Passion is crowned by a magnificent chorus (No.Seven of the 28 pieces written by the poet (Nos.Matthew Passion (Matthäuspassion for soloists, double chorus double orchestra, BWV 244 (BC D3b Part.And yet, one can only qualify as incommensurable the warmth, the striving for the absolute and even the tumult of the senses that spring from this mass of sound, so apuestas de futbol combinadas balanced and yet so vibrant, so solid and clear and yet so adventurous, so well.They are, in fact, to be found in the development and impetus given to the liturgical Passion (sung during the rites of Holy Week) when around 1640 the canonic texts taken from the Scriptures, or paraphrases of Biblical texts, were expanded by the addition.29, a grandiose figured chorale, has the function of concluding the first part of the Passion, while.54, a chorale in a simple style, but exceptionally divided into two stanzas, separates the two couples of episodes of the second part.This is certainly clearly documented in the case of the great figured chorale 0 Mensch, bewein dein' Sunde gross (No.The solution of recitativo secco acquires a position that is different from that of the other "characters the soliloquentes, thanks to the constant use of a declamatory style, rich in mystical pride and prophetic truth, accompanied by the strings almost always in series of chords.To the words of the Gospel, and with respect for a liturgy seen as militant thought and edifying action, the full force of the message it incarnated is to be brought home.The autograph score and the original parts in which the most sublime and important monument in the history of Protestant music has come down to us are those of a relatively "late" version presented in Saint Thomas's on uring the Vespers service of Good Friday.Beside these simple compositions we find three distinct, large-scale compositions in which a chorale melody is used in different ways.The text of the St Matthew Passion was written by Christian Friedrich Henrici (1700-1764 a poet working in Leipzig and better known under the pseudonym of Picander.
The carefully calculated interventions of the turba (19 in all are counterbalanced by the 12 stylistically simple Kirchenlieder, five of which have the same melody taken from a secular song by Hans Leo Hassler (1601).