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Texts & Translations: Main Page | Cantatas BWV 1-50 | Cantatas BWV 51-100 | Cantatas BWV 101-150 | Cantatas BWV 151-200 | Cantatas BWV 201-224 | Other Vocal BWV 225-249 | Chorales BWV 250-438 | Geistliche Lieder BWV 439-507 | AMN BWV 508-524 | Other Vocal 1081-1089 | BWV Anh | Chorale Texts | Emblemata | Sources | Poets & Composers
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English Translations of Bach's Vocal Works (English-10)
Index by BWV Number

Cantata BWV 1 How lovely shines the morning star for the Annunciation

Cantata BWV 2 Oh God, look down from heaven for the 2nd Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 3 Oh God, so much heartache for the 2nd Sunday after Epiphany

Cantata BWV 4 Christ lay in the bonds of death for Easter

Cantata BWV 5 To where shall I flee for the 19th Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 6 Stay with us, for it is becoming evening for the 2nd Day of Easter (Easter Monday)

Cantata BWV 7 Christ our Lord came to the Jordan for the Feast of St. John the Baptist

Cantata BWV 8 Dearest God, when will I die? for the 16th Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 9 Salvation has come unto us for the 6th Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 10 My soul magnifies the Lord for the Visitation

Cantata BWV 11 Praise God in his realm for Ascension Day

Cantata BWV 12 Weeping, wailing, worries, woes for Jubilate (3rd Sunday after Easter)

Cantata BWV 13 My sighs, my tears for the 2nd Sunday after Epiphany

Cantata BWV 14 Were God not with us at this time for the Fourth Sunday after Epiphany

Cantata BWV 15 My Jesus was dead for Easter Sunday

Cantata BWV 16 Lord God, you we praise for New Yearís Day (The Circumcision of Christ)

Cantata BWV 17 Whoever offers thanks he praises me for the 14th Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 18 Just as the rain and snow fall from the sky for Sexagesima Sunday

Cantata BWV 19 There ensued a battle for the Feast of St. Michael

Cantata BWV 20 O eternity you thunderous word for the 1st Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 21 I had great distress in my heart for the 3rd Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 22 Jesus gathered the twelve and said for Estomihi (Quinquagesima)

Cantata BWV 23 You true God and Davidís Son for Estomihi (Quinquagesima)

Cantata BWV 24 An untainted character for the 4th Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 25 There is nothing sound in my flesh for the 14th Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 26 Oh how fleeting, oh how futile for the 24th Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 27 Who knows how near my ending is? for the 16th Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 28 Praise God! the year now comes to an end for the Sunday after Christmas

Cantata BWV 29 We thank you, God, we thank you for the inauguration of the new town council

Cantata BWV 30 Rejoice, redeemed throng for the Feast of St. John the Baptist

Cantata BWV 30a Pleasant Wiederau for acquisition of a manor and court at Wiederau by Johann Christian von Heinnicke

Cantata BWV 31 The heavens laugh! the earth jubilates for Easter

Cantata BWV 32 Dearest Jesus, my desire for the 1st Sunday after Epiphany

Cantata BWV 33 In you alone Lord Jesus Christ for the 13th Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 34 O eternal fire, O origin of love for Pentecost

Cantata BWV 34a O eternal fire, O origin of love for an unknown Wedding

Cantata BWV 35 Spirit and soul will be confounded for the 12th Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 36 Resound joyously on high for Advent I

Cantata BWV 36a Rise joyfully through the air for Birthday of Charlotte Friederike Amalie, second wife of Prince Leopold of Anhalt-Cöthen

Cantata BWV 36b Joy is aroused Congratulation Cantata for Johann Florens Rivinus

Cantata BWV 36c Resound joyously on high Birthday Cantata for Johann Matthias Gesner, a teacher

Cantata BWV 37 Whoever so believes and is baptized for Ascension Day

Cantata BWV 38 Out of deep agony I cry to you for the 21st Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 39 Break your bread with the hungry for the 1st Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 40 For this the Son of God has appeared for the Feast of St. Stephen (2nd Day of Christmas)

Cantata BWV 41 Jesus, now be praised for New Year's Day

Cantata BWV 42 On that same Sabbath evening for Quasimodogeniti (1st Sunday after Easter)

Cantata BWV 43 God ascends midst exaltation for Ascension Day

Cantata BWV 44 They will banish you for Exaudi (The Sunday after Ascension)

Cantata BWV 45 It has been told you, human, what is good for the 8th Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 46 Do look and see, whether any a pain exists like my pain for the 10th Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 47 Whoever exalts himself for the 17th Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 48 I, a wretched human for the 19th Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 49 I go and seek with longing for the 20th Sunday after Trinity

Cantata BWV 50 Now is come the salvation and the power for St. Michael and All Angels (Sept. 29)

 

Contributed by Tobin Schmuck (July 2017 - August 2017)


Texts & Translations: Main Page | Cantatas BWV 1-50 | Cantatas BWV 51-100 | Cantatas BWV 101-150 | Cantatas BWV 151-200 | Cantatas BWV 201-224 | Other Vocal BWV 225-249 | Chorales BWV 250-438 | Geistliche Lieder BWV 439-507 | AMN BWV 508-524 | Other Vocal 1081-1089 | BWV Anh | Chorale Texts | Emblemata | Sources | Poets & Composers
Discussions: Texts | Translations: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4



 

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