Vor harpe er bleven til sorrig (Scheibe, Johann Adolph)

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Editor:

Peter Haugen

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Copenhagen: Det Kongelige Bibliotek, 2012.
Made available by courtesy of the Danish Centre for Music.

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Work Title Vor harpe er bleven til sorrig
Alternative Title Passions-Cantata (1768)
Composer Scheibe, Johann Adolph
Key E-flat major
Movements/Sections 19 movements
  • Part 1
1. Coro. Adagio lamento (E-flat major)
2. Arioso (canto, coro). Affettuoso (E-flat major)
3. Accompagnato (basso). (C major)
4. Aria (tenore). Poco adagio e languido (G minor)
5. Recitativo (tenore). (D minor)
6. Aria (basso, coro). Poco allegro (E-flat major)
7. Recitativo (tenore) − Accompagnato − Recitativo. (F minor)
8. Coro. Adagio e lagrimoso (E-flat major)
  • Part 2
9. Coro. Andante (B-flat major)
10. Aria (tenore, coro). Andante affettuoso (B-flat major)
11. Accompagnato (tenore, coro). (A minor)
12. Aria (tenore, coro). Andante ed affettuoso (A major)
13. Accompagnato (tenore, coro). (F major)
  • Part 3
14. Aria (tenore). Andante e moderato (E-flat major)
15. Recitativo (tenore) − Accompagnato. (F major)
16. Arioso (canto, coro). Affettuoso (G major)
17. Accompagnato (tenore). Pomposo (E-flat major)
18. Coro. Larghetto pomposo (C minor)
19. Arioso (tenore, coro). Affettuoso (E-flat major)
  • Appendix Duetto (canto, tenore) & Coro. Largo e mesto (B-flat major)
Year/Date of Composition 1768
First Performance 1768
Librettist Johannes Ewald (1743−1781)
Language Danish
Composer Time Period Baroque
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation Voices: soprano, tenor, bass; mixed chorus (SATB)
Orchestra: 2 flutes, 2 oboes (also oboe d'amore), 2 horns (E),
3 trumpets (2 E, 1 B), timpani, strings, continuo
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Misc. Comments

The Passion Cantata (‘Our harp has become sorrow’) was composed for Lent 1768 and performed by members of the Musical Society. The work became popular among the audience and was performed several times in the following decades.

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