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Are you living the life you thought you always wanted but feel that something is still missing? As a result, Bach was forced to conceive musical devices that, contrary to the baroque penchant for clear interpretive affect, allow both emotional worlds to serve equally as the foundation for the work.
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Alto Claude Eichenberger. Tenor Bernhard Berchtold. By alluding not only to the permanence of eternity but also to the terror of eternal damnation, Bach evokes the multi-faceted nature of fear. Whereas the composition employs a chorale setting until the beginning of the fourth line, the musical character changes swiftly with the entry of the tenor.
In the first recitative , the reasons why man succumbs to doubt are clearly named: Bach devised the following aria — a feisty minuet — as a double dialogue. For contemporaries of the baroque period, however, coping with death and dying was a daily issue.
Bach himself was orphaned as a child and lost his first wife as well as several of his children to death; accepting irreversible acts of fate was a part of life. Nevertheless, in recitative no. Hope, in response, takes refuge in a bible passage sung in arioso style which ever so gradually lays bare a secret of deep faith: For the first time in the entire cantata, Fear is then granted the last word because doubt and terror have lost their power through the promise of the resurrection.
The musical tension of the dialogue has been resolved.
Centuries later, its unusual opening of three ascending whole tones, exquisite harmonisation and modified recapitulation of the first text stollen so fascinated Alban Berg that he thoroughly developed the chorale in his violin concerto of O Ewigkeit, Zeit ohne Zeit, ich weiss vor grosser Traurigkeit nicht, wo ich mich hinwende; mein ganz erschrocknes Herze bebt, dass mir die Zung am Gaumen klebt.
Herr ich warte auf dein Heil. O schwerer Gang zum letzten Kampf und Streite! Mein Bestand ist schon da, mein Heiland steht mir ja mit Trost zur Seite. Ich lege diesen Leib vor Gott zum Opfer nieder. Er gibt ein Ende den Versuchungsplagen, dass man sie kann ertragen.
Mein letztes Lager will mich schrecken, Hoffnung: Das offne Grab sieht greulich aus. Es wird mir doch ein Friedenshaus. Der Tod bleibt doch der menschlichen Natur verhasst und reisset fast die Hoffnung ganz zu Boden! Selig sind die Toten; Furcht: Ach, aber ach, wieviel Gefahr stellt sich der Seele dar, den Sterbeweg zu gehen.
Selig sind die Toten, die in dem Herren sterben. Wenn ich im Herren sterbe, ist denn die Seligkeit mein Teil und Erbe? Ja, werden meine Glieder zu Staub und Erde wieder, da ich ein Kind des Todes heisse, so schein ich ja im Grabe zu verderben. Selig sind die Toten, die in dem Herren sterben, von nun an.
Soll ich von nun an selig sein: So stelle dich, o Hoffnung, wieder ein!
Ich fahr ins Himmelshaus, ich fahre sicher hin mit Frieden, mein grosser Jammer bleibt danieden. Es ist genung.