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Key data on the work "Gottlob! nun geht das Jahr zu Ende" by Johann Sebastian Bach:

Johann Sebastian Bach
BWV 28
TITLE Gottlob! nun geht das Jahr zu Ende
piano score as PDF
GENRE sacred cantata, chorale cantata
OCCASION 1st Sunday after Christmas
CHOIR four-part
SOLO VOICE soprano, alto, tenore, basso
INSTRUMENTS cornetto, trombone I, trombone II, trombone III, oboe I, oboe II, taille, violino I, violino II, viola, basso continuo
1st PERFORMANCE Leipzig, 30 December 1725

This work uses the hymn "Helft mir, Gotts Güte preisen"
in the chorale "All solch dein Güt wir preisen, Vater ins Himmels Thro..."
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VENUE AND DATE New York, St. Bartholomew’s live recording, 31 December 2000
Monteverdi Choir, Joanne Lunn, Daniel Taylor, James Gilchrist, Peter Harvey, English Baroque Soloists, Sir John Eliot Gardiner
VOLUME NO 16 (SDG 137) This recording is dedicated to the memory of Katherine McGillivray, 1970-2006.
DISK NO one disc only
TRACK NOs 14 15 16 17 18 19

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