The present German Evangelical-Lutheran hymnal contains 14 chorale texts by Heermann. Martin Luther Ver Work Mvt. The NBA lists this situation as follows: Johann Heermann Ver Work Mvt. Use of the Chorale Melody by other composers: Vater unser im Himmelreich, Setting for 4 voices This work was published posthumously in Benedictus Ducis c Vater unser im Himmelreich , 4vv Johann Stahl 2 nd quarter of the 16 th century: Vater unser im Himmelreich 6st Richard Edwards Vater unser im Himmelreich Melody was used by him: Vater unser im Himmelreich , for organ Vater unser im Himmelreich , for double-choir from "Urania" Nr.
X Martin Zeuner Nearly half of the collection is devoted to settings of German chorales. These are typically restricted to one stanza, beginning with two motet-style expositions of the first phrase, one for each choir, and proceeding to a much closer interchange between choirs, often echoing very short motifs.
Two settings per omnes versus Christe, der du bist Tag und Licht and Vater unser im Himmelreich are similar for the first stanza but continue through the following verses in the manner of the organ variations: The fact that the organ pieces were published four years later does not necessarily mean that they were also composed later; the reverse is perhaps more likely. The final stanza in each motet restores all eight voices, homophonically and in triple time, a practice reminiscent of the final section of the keyboard variations on secular tunes. This appears close to the start of the Der Fluyten Lust-Hof from The music is notated in d minor, and is probably meant to be played "as being in d minor if or pretending that your recorder has c as its lowest tone".
I have a couple of lovely renaissance recorders whose lowest tone is "a", for example, with respect to a modern Kammerton, so when I [once in a rare while] play van Eyck his " Onse Vader in Hemelryck " comes out in b natural.
You can play it on your alto recorder playing your way into Hemelryck sounding like g natural. Bach is also used in this work] Johann Heinrich Scheidemann Vater unser im Himmelreich, Setting for lute or Setting for lute or Title page and the index of song titles Contributed by Bernd Haegemann June 14, Dietrich Buxtehude c Chorale for organ, Vater unser im Himmelreich Praeambulum supra Vater unser im Himmelreich [both works are of questionable authencity] Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy The chorale Vater unser im Himmelreich appears in op.
The variations on Vater unser im Himmelreich begin with a simple chordal setting followed by a series of cantus firmus variations culminating in a chorale fugue on the first line of the tune. The lyrical final section, a character-piece, is not related in any obvious way to the chorale. Gott zu loben achieved a synthesis of the modern and backward-looking tendencies of the 19 th century.
They combine the principles of chorale variation with those of the symphonic poem, using all the technical and tonal resources of the Romantic style and the Romantic organ. But Reger, like Brahms and other late 19th-century composers, also composed in the smaller organ forms, particularly chorale preludes which, unlike the large-scale chorale fantasias, were conceived for the church service.
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Zu dienen mach uns all bereit In rechter Lieb und Einigkeit.
Auf dein Wort in dem Namen dein, So sprechen wir das Amen fein. Our Father in the heaven Who art, Who tellest all of us in heart Brothers to be, and on Thee call, And wilt have prayer from us all, Grant that the mouth not only pray, From deepest heart oh help its way. And keep in Thy name worthily. Lord, from lying lore; Thy poor misguided folk restore. Thy kingdom come now here below, And after, up there, evermo. The Holy Ghost His temple hold In us with graces manifold.
The devil's wrath and greatness strong Crush, that he do Thy Church no wrong. Thy will be done the same, Lord God, On earth as in Thy high abode; In pain give patience for relief, Obedience in love and grief; All flesh and blood keep off and check That 'gainst Thy will makes a stiff neck.
Give us this day our daily bread, And all that doth the body stead; From strife and war, Lord, keep us free, From sickness and from scarcity; That we in happy peace may rest, By care and greed all undistrest. Forgive, Lord, all our trespasses, That they no more may us distress. As of our debtors we gladly let Pass all the trespasses and debt. When the evil spirit makes battle hot Upon the right and the left hand.