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Movements from Bach's Vocal Works

Cantata BWV 61

Mvt. 2

Recitative

Title:

Der Heiland ist gekommen

Soloists:

T

   

Instruments:

Bc

Text:

Der Heiland ist gekommen,
Hat unser armes Fleisch und Blut
An sich genommen
Und nimmet uns zu Blutsverwandten an.
O allerhöchstes Gut,
Was hast du nicht an uns getan?
Was tust du nicht
Noch täglich an den Deinen?
Du kömmst und lässt dein Licht
Mit vollem Segen scheinen.

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