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Tears into WineJ. S. Bach's Cantata 21 in its Musical and Theological Contexts$
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Eric Chafe

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780190217297

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780190217297.001.0001

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The Way of the Cross

The Way of the Cross

Cantatas 182 and 12

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(p.474) 11 The Way of the Cross
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Tears into Wine
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Eric Chafe

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780190217297.003.0012

Cantatas 182 and 12 are the first and second cantatas composed by Bach in Weimar after his elevation to the position of concert master in 1714. Both cantatas deal with Luther’s theology of the cross. Cantata 182 for Palm Sunday (which overlapped with the Annunciation in 1714) deals with Jesus’s entry into Jerusalem for the Passion; Cantata 12 for Jubilate features the famous original version of the Crucifixus of the Mass in B minor. The two cantatas, while very different in character, reveal the same basic underlying theology. Their tonal plans relate to Cantata 21.

Keywords:   Palm Sunday, The Annunciation, Cantata 182 Cantata 12, Weinen Klagen Sorgen Zagen, Jubilate, Christus Coronabit Crucigeros

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