J.S.バッハ:カンタータ 第198番 「候妃よ、さらに一条の光を」 "Laß, Fürstin, laß noch einen Strahl"

指揮: ジョン・エリオット・ガーディナー John Eliot Gardiner
イギリス・バロック管弦楽団 English Baroque Soloists
モンテヴェルディ合唱団 Monteverdi Choir

  
1. Coro: Laß, Fürstin, laß noch einen Strahl
2. Recitativo Soprano: Sachsen dein
3. Aria Soprano: Verstummt!
4. Recitativo Alto: Glocken der bebendes geton
5. Aria Alto: Starb wie die heldin para vergnugt
6. Recitativo Tenor: Ihr leben zu liess mueren kunst sterben
7. Coro: Un dir, du furbild groser frauen
8. Aria Tenor: Ewigkeit der sapbimes haus
9. Recitativo Bajo: Was ist wunder?
10. Coro: Königin doch!
候妃よ、さらに一条の光を
御身のザクセン、御身の悲嘆にくれるマイセンは
鳴るを止めよ、汝らやさしき琴糸よ
うち震える鐘の音は
候妃はいかに満ち足りて世を去られしか
候妃の生は死にゆく術を
御身こそ、汝偉大なる女性たちの鑑よ
永遠のサファイア色の住まいは
そは何たる奇跡、御身こそそれにふさわし
されど候妃よ、御身は死にたまわず

Las, Furstin, las noch einen Strahl (Let, Princess, let still one more glance) is a secular cantata composed as a funeral ode by Johann Sebastian Bach, first performed on 17 October 1727.
In Wolfgang Schmieder's catalogue of Bach's works (BWV) it was assigned the number 198. It is also known as Trauerode or as Trauerode: auf den Tod der Konigin Christiane Eberhardine.

Christiane Eberhardine, Electress of Saxony, for whose funeral the cantata was written Bach composed the cantata at the request of the University of Leipzig as a funeral ode for Christiane Eberhardine, wife of August II the Strong, the Elector of Saxony. The cantata was first performed on 17 October 1727 in the University Church in Leipzig. Bach himself directed from the harpsichord. The text was written by Johann Christoph Gottsched, professor of philosophy and poetry.

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