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You shepherd Israel, listen, BWV 104 (Bach, Johann Sebastian)

Work title Shepherd Israel, listen Alternative. Title You Shepherd of Israel, Give Ear Name Translations Shepherd Israel;イ ス ラ エ ル の 牧者 よ 、 耳 を 傾 け た ま え; O Shepherd Israel, listen, רי"ב 104Name aliases Shepherd Israel, listenAuthorities WorldCat; Wikipedia; VIAF: 180250429; LCCN: n82096202; GND: 300007965; BNF: 13909425r; NLA: 35674015; ESD: XX3386002Composer Bach, Johann SebastianOpus / Catalog NumberOp./Cat. No.BWV 104; BC A 65 I-Catalog Number I-Cat. No.IJB 97 Key G major Movements / SectionsMov'ts / Sec's6 movements:
  1. Chorus: You Shepherd Israel, listen (G major)
  2. Recitativo (tenor): The highest shepherd cares for me (E minor-B minor)
  3. Aria (tenor): Does my shepherd hide himself too long (B minor)
  4. Recitativo (Bass): Yes, this word is the food of my soul (D major)
  5. Aria (bass): Happy flock, Jesus' sheep (D major)
  6. Chorale: The Lord is my faithful shepherd (A major)
Year / Date of Composition Y / D of Comp.1724 in Leipzig First performance.1724-04-23 in Leipzig First Publication.1830 (choral parts)
1876 ​​(score) (BGA) Librettist see below
Psalm LXXX: 1 (No.1)
Anonymous (Nos. 2-5)
Cornelius Becker (1561-1604) (No.6)
Language German Dedication 2nd Sunday after Easter (Misericordias Domini) Average Duration Avg. Duration23 minutes Composer Time PeriodComp. PeriodBaroquePiece style BaroqueInstrumentation Voices: tenor, bass; mixed chorus (SATB)
Orchestra: 2 oboes (or 2 oboe d'amores), waist, 2 violins, viola, continuo (organ) Primary Sources Bach Digital (source list)External links Wikipedia article