List of compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach

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There are over 1000 known compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach. Nearly all of them are listed in the Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis (BWV), which is the best known and most widely used catalogue of Bach's compositions.

Partial lists of compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach (see also #BWV below) BWV ranges in the first column are the traditional ranges from the first edition of the BWV, most of them later extensively modified
List topics (with links to separate pages) On this page
BWV Chapter In table Bulleted list
1–224 1. Cantatas: List of cantatas #BWV Chapter 1
225–231 2. Motets: List of motets #BWV Chapter 2
232–243 3. Masses, Mass movements, Magnificat: List of Masses, Mass movements and Magnificats #BWV Chapter 3
244–249 4. Passions, Oratorios: List of Passions and Oratorios #BWV Chapter 4
250–438 5. Four-part chorales: List of chorale harmonisations #BWV Chapter 5
439–524 6. Songs, Arias, Quodlibet: List of songs and arias #BWV Chapter 6
525–771 7. Works for organ #Works for organ
772–994 8. Keyboard compositions: List of solo keyboard compositions #BWV Chapter 8
995–1000 9. Lute compositions #BWV Chapter 9 #Works for solo lute
1001–1040 10. Chamber music #BWV Chapter 10 #BWV1001
1041–1071 11. Works for orchestra #BWV Chapter 11 #Orchestral works
1072–1078 12. Canons #BWV Chapter 12 #Canons
1079–1080 13. Musical Offering, Art of the Fugue #BWV Chapter 13 #Late contrapuntal works
1081–1126 20th century additions #Later additions
1127–1128 21st century additions #BWV Later #21st century additions
Anh. 1–23 Anhang I – Lost works #BWV Anhang
Anh. 24–155 Anhang II – Doubtful works #BWV Anhang II
Anh. 156–189 Anhang III – Spurious works #BWV Anhang III
Anh. 190–213 New additions to the Anhang #BWV Anhang
Deest Not in BWV Catalogue #BWV deest
Reconstructions #Reconstructions #Reconstructed concerti
Arrangements: List of transcriptions #Lists of derivative works
Canon triplex a 6: first printed in 1747 (below), it appears on both versions of the portrait Haussmann made of Bach (1746, 1748 – above). In the 19th-century Bach Gesellschaft edition the canon was published in Volume 451, p. 138. In 1950 the piece was assigned the number 1076 in Schmieder's catalogue of Bach's works (BWV). The 1998 edition of that catalogue (BWV2a) mentions Haussmann's paintings as original sources for the work (p. 438), and likewise the Bach Digital website gives a description of both paintings as sources for the piece (linked from Bach Digital Work page 1262).

Contents

Listing Bach's compositions[edit]

The earliest lists of Bach's compositions are given by his biographers, starting from his obituary which gives a list of instrumental works printed during the composer's lifetime (from Clavier-Übung I to The Art of Fugue), followed by a list which groups other types of compositions he wrote. The first separately published biography of the composer, by Johann Nikolaus Forkel, follows the same setup: its ninth chapter first lists printed works (adding four-part chorales that were published in the second half of the 18th century), followed by a rough overview of the unpublished ones. In the first half of the 19th century more works were published, so the next biographies (Schauer and Hilgenfeldt in 1850) had more elaborate appendices listing printed works, referring to these works by publisher, and the number or page number given to the works in these publications. So, for example, the Prelude and Fugue in E-flat major can be indicated as "C. F. Peters Vol. III No. 1", or any of the variants ("Griepenkerl and Roitzsch Vol. 3 p. 2", "Peters Book 242 p. 2", "P. S. V., Cah. 3 (242), No. 1", etc.)

BG[edit]

The Prelude in F minor of The Well-Tempered Clavier book 1, in the BGA known as Vol. 14, p. 44, over eighty years before it got the number 857 in the Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis

In the second half of the 19th century the Bach-Gesellschaft (BG) published all of Bach's works in around 50 volumes, the so-called Bach Gesellschaft Ausgabe (BGA).[1] This offered a unique identification of all of Bach's known works, a system that was quickly adopted, for instance by the biographers: Philipp Spitta used it complementary to the Peters' edition numbering for the BG volumes that had appeared when he was writing his Bach-biography in the second half of the 19th century (e.g. "B. G., III., p. 173" for the above-mentioned Prelude in E-flat major), and Terry used it in the third Appendix to his 20th-century translation of Forkel's biography.[2]

But there was still a lot of confusion: some authors preferred to list Bach's works according to Novello's editions, or Augener's, or Schirmer's,... giving raise to various conversion tables at the end of books on Bach's compositions (e.g. Harvey Grace's in a 1922 book on Bach's organ compositions)

NBG[edit]

In 1900 the BG published its last volume, and dissolved itself, as its primary goal, publishing all of Bach's known works, was accomplished. The BG was succeeded by the Neue Bachgesellschaft (NBG), with a new set of goals (Bach yearbook, Bach festivals, Bach museum). Occasionally however the NBG published newly discovered works, or variants not published in the BGA. For instance the 1740s version of O Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht was published in NBG XVII1 in 1916 (the 1730s version of the same piece, with a different orchestration, had been published in BG 24, pp. 185–192).[2]

BWV[edit]

In 1950 the Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis (BWV) was published, allocating a unique number to every known composition by Bach. Wolfgang Schmieder, the editor of that catalogue, grouped the compositions by genre, largely following BG for the collation (e.g. BG cantata number = BWV number of the cantata):[3]

Bolded links go to the table below
The BWV is a thematic catalogue, thus it identifies every movement of every composition by its first measures, like the opening of BWV 1006, movement 2 (Loure) above
  1. Kantaten (Cantatas), BWV 1–224 (see also List of Bach cantatas)
    • BWV 1–200: Church cantatas
    • BWV 201–216: Secular cantatas
    • BWV 217–224: Cantatas with various issues (lost, incomplete, spurious, doubtful)
  2. Motetten (Motets), BWV 225–231 (see also List of motets by Johann Sebastian Bach)
  3. Messen, Messensätze, Magnificat (Masses, Mass movements, Magnificat), BWV 232–243 (a.k.a. Bach's church music in Latin)
    • BWV 232–242: Masses and Mass movements (Mass in B minor; Kyrie–Gloria Masses; separate Mass movements)
    • BWV 243: Magnificat
  4. Passionen, Oratorien (Passions, Oratorios), BWV 244–249
  5. Vierstimmige Choräle (Four-part chorales), BWV 250–438 (see List of chorale harmonisations by Johann Sebastian Bach)
  6. Lieder, Arien, Quodlibet (Songs, Arias and Quodlibet), BWV 439–524 (see List of songs and arias of Johann Sebastian Bach)
  7. Werke für Orgel (Works for organ), BWV 525–771
  8. Werke für Klavier (Keyboard compositions), BWV 772–994 (see List of solo keyboard compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach)
  9. Werke für Laute (Lute compositions), BWV 995–1000
  10. Kammermusik (Chamber music), BWV 1001–1040
  11. Orchesterwerke (Works for orchestra), BWV 1041–1071
  12. Kanons (Canons), BWV 1072–1078
  13. Musikalisches Opfer, Kunst der Fuge (Musical Offering, Art of the Fugue), BWV 1079–1080:

For instance, the Prelude and Fugue in E-flat major now became BWV 552, situated in the range of the works for organ. In contrast to other catalogues such as the Köchel catalogue for Mozart's compositions there is no attempt at chronological organization in the BWV numbering, for instance BWV 992 is an early composition by Bach. Exceptionally BWV numbers are also indicated as Schmieder (S) numbers (e.g. S. 225 = BWV 225).[4]

Another consequence of the ordering principles of the BWV was that it tore known collections apart, for instance Clavier-Übung III was partly in the organ compositions range (BWV 552 and 669–689), with the four duets listed among the keyboard compositions (BWV 802–805).

BWV Anh.[edit]

The Anhang (Anh.), i.e. Appendix, of the BWV listed works that were not suitable for the main catalogue, in three sections:

Within each section of the Anhang the works are sorted by genre, following the same sequence of genres as the main catalogue.

BWV2a[edit]

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Minuet in G minor, BWV Anh. 115
Both Minuets were moved from Anh. II (doubtful works) to Anh. III (spurious works) in BWV2a, after they were attributed to Christian Petzold

The BWV's second edition was published in 1990, with some modifications regarding authenticity discriminations, and more works added to the main catalogue and the Anhang,[5] but it wasn't until the publication of the updated small edition of the catalogue in 1998, known as BWV2a, that the extent of the changes in the second edition became apparent. The 1998 version of the catalogue had regrouped the works according to their genre, or their belonging into one of the Appendices. As a rule BWV numbers that were once assigned were kept, but the numerical collation of the works had been given up depending on where the work was now grouped. For instance, a few pieces of doubtful authenticity, now positively identified as composed by someone else than Bach moved from Anhang II to Anhang III, and BWV 11, formerly listed as a Cantata, was moved to the fourth chapter of the main catalogue as an Oratorio.[6]

New additions (Nachträge) to BWV2/BWV2a included:

  • BWV 1181–1126
  • BWV Anh. 190–213

A few exceptions to the principle that compositions weren't renumbered were when a composition from the Anhang could be recovered and/or authenticated as Bach's, so that it deserved a place in the main catalogue, in which case it was given a number above 1080. So, for example, BWV Anh. 205 (BWV2) → BWV 1121 (BWV2a, where it is in section 7 as a work for organ).[7]

Other renumberings and additional numbers involved alternative or earlier versions of basically the same composition, which were indicated by adding a lower case letter to the BWV number. Examples:

Slashes indicate movements: e.g. BWV 149/1 indicates the first movement of the Cantata BWV 149. Another example: the Agnus Dei of the Mass in B minor can be indicated as BWV 232/22 (22nd movement of the composition), or alternatively as BWV 232IV/4 (BWV 232, fourth movement of Part IV)

21st century additions[edit]

BWV numbers assigned after the publication of BWV2a:

Reconstructed versions[edit]

An upper case R added to a BWV number indicates a reconstructed version, that is a conjectured earlier version of a known composition. One of such reconstructions, the Concerto for oboe and violin, as published in NBA VII/7 (Supplement) p. 75, based on the double harpsichord concerto BWV 1060, is known as BWV 1060R.

NBA[edit]

The NBA illustrates its score editions with facsimiles from manuscripts or contemporary editions: for instance NBA Series IV Volume 4 (Clavier-Übung III) contains a facsimile of the title page of the 1739 first edition of that collection.

In the mean while the Neue Bach-Ausgabe (NBA) was being published,[11] offering a new system to refer to Bach's works, e.g. NBA IV/4: 2, 105, which is Series IV, Volume 4, p. 2 (Prelude) and p. 105 (Fugue), for BWV 552.

BC[edit]

The Bach Compendium (BC), a catalogue covering Bach's vocal works, was published in 1985.[12] Occasionally works that have no BWV number can be identified by their BC number, e.g. BC C 8 for "Der Gerechte kömmt um" an arrangement attributed to Bach on stylistic grounds, however unmentioned in the BWV.[13]

BNB[edit]

Bachs Notenbibliothek (BNB) is a list of works Bach had at his disposition. Works of other composers which were arranged by Bach and/or which he (had) copied for performance usually have a BNB number.[14]

SBB[edit]

The Berlin State Library (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin = SBB) holds an important collection of composition manuscripts relating to Bach. Some versions of works are best known by their principal manuscript in the SBB, for instance BWV 525a = SBB St 345, or according to the abbreviations used at the Bach-digital website D-B Mus. ms. Bach St 345

BD[edit]

The Bach Digital website provides on-line images of Bach's manuscripts and other primary documents, for instance the page for BWV 639 (Bach Digital Work 0727) links to the primary source page of SBB P 283 containing an image of Bach's autograph pictured above.

Bach Digital, a website managed by institutes known for their Bach research such as the Leipzig Bach Archive and the SBB, hosts separate pages for compositions by Bach (and by many of his relatives). The static URLs for these pages start with "http://www.bachdigital.de/receive/BachDigitalWork_work_" and end with an eight-digit number (the first four being trailing zeros for works in the BWV catalogue). Each of these numbers thus identify a work, e.g.:[15]

Apart from later additions and corrections these numbers follow the collation of BWV numbers, however with alternative versions of the same composition inserted immediately after the BWV number of the composition to which they belong, e.g.:

An example of a later addition/correction:

Primary sources described on separate webpages (many with a facsimile of the original source) similarly have a unique number, which preceded by "http://www.bachdigital.de/receive/BachDigitalSource_source_" gives the static URL for that page, e.g.

By opus number, and chronological lists[edit]

Title page of Bach's Opus 1 (Clavier-Übung I, 1731), the only time he seems to have used an opus number

Apart from indicating his first published keyboard composition as Opus 1, Bach didn't use opus numbers, so Bach's works can't be listed by Opus number. Lists following publication chronologies are for example implied in the first list in Bach's obituary, and BG numbers (within the BGA sequence of publication) – overall lists covering all of Bach's compositions in order of first publication are however not a way Bach's compositions are usually presented.

Listing Bach's works according to their time of composition can't be done comprehensively: for many works the period in which they were composed is a very wide range. For Bach's larger vocal works (cantatas, Passions,...) research has led to some more or less generally accepted chronologies, covering most of these works: a catalogue in this sense is Philippe (and Gérard) Zwang's list giving a chronological number to the cantatas BWV 1–215 and 248–249.[16] This list was published in 1982 as Guide pratique des cantates de Bach in Paris, ISBN 2-221-00749-2. A revised edition was published in 2005 (ISBN 2747598888).

Other composers[edit]

Various catalogues with works by other composers have intersections with collections of works associated with Bach:[17]

BR-WFB (or) BR 
Bach-Repertorium numbers for works by Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, e.g. BWV 970 = BR A49
Other BRs:
Fk (or) F 
Falck catalogue numbers for works by Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, e.g. BWV 970 = F 25/2
Helm numbers for works by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, e.g. BWV 1036 = H 569
HWV 
Works by George Frideric Handel, e.g. BWV Anh. 106 = HWV 605
TWV 
Compositions by Georg Philipp Telemann, e.g. BWV 824 = TWV 32:14
Warb (or) W 
Warburton numbers for works by Johann Christian Bach, e.g. BWV Anh. II 131 = W A22 (or: Warb A 22)
Wq 
Wotquenne numbers for works by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, e.g. BWV 1036 = Wq 145

Works for voice[edit]

Cantatas (1–224)[edit]

Motets (225–231)[edit]

Liturgical works in Latin (232–243a)[edit]

Passions and oratorios (244–249)[edit]

Chorales (250–438)[edit]

Songs and arias (439–524)[edit]

Works for organ[edit]

See also "Neumeister Chorales" (BWV 1090–1120) and "Various works" (BWV Anh. 42–46) under More recent BWV additions.

Trio sonatas for organ (525–530)[edit]

  • BWV 525 – Trio sonata in E-flat major
  • BWV 526 – Trio sonata in C minor
  • BWV 527 – Trio sonata in D minor
  • BWV 528 – Trio sonata in E minor
  • BWV 528a – Andante in D minor (alternative version of movement 2: Andante in B minor from BWV 528)
  • BWV 529 – Trio sonata in C major
  • BWV 530 – Trio sonata in G major

Preludes and fugues, toccatas and fugues, fantasias and fugues, and Passacaglia and Fugue for organ (531–582)[edit]

  • BWV 531 – Prelude and Fugue in C major
  • BWV 532 – Prelude and Fugue in D major
  • BWV 532a – Fugue in D major (alternative version of the fugue of BWV 532)
  • BWV 533 – Prelude and Fugue in E minor ("Cathedral")
  • BWV 533a – Prelude and Fugue in E minor (alternative version of BWV 533 without pedals)
  • BWV 534 – Prelude and Fugue in F minor
  • BWV 535 – Prelude and Fugue in G minor
  • BWV 535a – Prelude and Fugue in G minor (alternative version of BWV 535)
  • BWV 536 – Prelude and Fugue in A major
  • BWV 536a – Prelude and Fugue in A major (alternative version of BWV 536, possibly based on the original manuscript)[18]
  • BWV 537 – Fantasia and Fugue in C minor
  • BWV 538 – Toccata and Fugue in D minor ("Dorian")
  • BWV 539 – Prelude and Fugue in D minor ("Fiddle")
  • BWV 539a – Fugue in D minor (see BWV 1000 for the lute arrangement, movement 2 of BWV 1001 for the violin arrangement)
  • BWV 540 – Toccata and Fugue in F major
  • BWV 541 – Prelude and Fugue in G major
  • BWV 542 – Fantasia and Fugue in G minor ("Great")
  • BWV 542a – Fugue in G minor (alternative version of the fugue from BWV 542)
  • BWV 543 – Prelude and Fugue in A minor
  • BWV 544 – Prelude and Fugue in B minor
  • BWV 545 – Prelude and Fugue in C major
  • BWV 545a – Prelude and Fugue in C major (alternative version of BWV 545)
  • BWV 545b – Prelude, Trio and Fugue in B-flat major (alternative version of BWV 545; the Trio is an arrangement of the finale of BWV 1029; some parts possibly by Johann Tobias Krebs)
  • BWV 546 – Prelude and Fugue in C minor
  • BWV 547 – Prelude and Fugue in C major ("9/8")
  • BWV 548 – Prelude and Fugue in E minor ("Wedge")
  • BWV 549 – Prelude and Fugue in C minor
  • BWV 550 – Prelude and Fugue in G major
  • BWV 551 – Prelude and Fugue in A minor
  • BWV 552 – Prelude and Fugue in E-flat major ("St. Anne") (published in Clavier-Übung III)
  • BWV 553 – Eight Short Preludes and Fugues – Prelude and Fugue in C major (spurious, possibly by Johann Tobias Krebs)[19]
  • BWV 554 – Eight Short Preludes and Fugues – Prelude and Fugue in D minor (spurious, possibly by Johann Tobias Krebs)[19]
  • BWV 555 – Eight Short Preludes and Fugues – Prelude and Fugue in E minor (spurious, possibly by Johann Tobias Krebs)[19]
  • BWV 556 – Eight Short Preludes and Fugues – Prelude and Fugue in F major (spurious, possibly by Johann Tobias Krebs)[19]
  • BWV 557 – Eight Short Preludes and Fugues – Prelude and Fugue in G major (spurious, possibly by Johann Tobias Krebs)[19]
  • BWV 558 – Eight Short Preludes and Fugues – Prelude and Fugue in G minor (spurious, possibly by Johann Tobias Krebs)[19]
  • BWV 559 – Eight Short Preludes and Fugues – Prelude and Fugue in A minor (spurious, possibly by Johann Tobias Krebs)[19]
  • BWV 560 – Eight Short Preludes and Fugues – Prelude and Fugue in B-flat major (spurious, possibly by Johann Tobias Krebs)[19]
  • BWV 561 – Fantasia and Fugue in A minor (spurious, possibly by Johann Christian Kittel)[20]
  • BWV 562 – Fantasia and Fugue in C minor (fugue unfinished)
  • BWV 563 – Fantasia in B minor (Fantasia and Imitatio) (spurious)
  • BWV 564 – Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C major
  • BWV 565 – Toccata and Fugue in D minor (disputed, original manuscript not found)
  • BWV 566 – Toccata and Fugue in E major (also published in C major)
  • BWV 566a – Toccata in E major (earlier version of BWV 566)
  • BWV 567 – Prelude in C major (doubtful, possibly by Johann Ludwig Krebs)[21]
  • BWV 568 – Prelude in G major (doubtful)[21]
  • BWV 569 – Prelude in A minor
  • BWV 570 – Fantasia in C major
  • BWV 571 – Fantasia (Concerto) in G major (spurious)
  • BWV 572 – Fantasia in G major (Pièce d'Orgue)
  • BWV 573 – Fantasia in C major (incomplete, from the 1722 Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach)
  • BWV 574 – Fugue in C minor (on a theme of Legrenzi)
  • BWV 574a – Fugue in C minor (alternative version of BWV 574)
  • BWV 574b – Fugue in C minor (alternative version of BWV 574)
  • BWV 575 – Fugue in C minor
  • BWV 576 – Fugue in G major (doubtful)[22]
  • BWV 577 – Fugue in G major à la Gigue (doubtful)[23]
  • BWV 578 – Fugue in G minor ("Little")
  • BWV 579 – Fugue in B minor (on a theme by Corelli, from Op. 3, No. 4)
  • BWV 580 – Fugue in D major (doubtful)[24]
  • BWV 581 – Fugue in G major (not by Bach, composed by Gottfried August Homilius)
  • BWV 582 – Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor

Trios and miscellaneous pieces for organ (583–591)[edit]

  • BWV 583 – Trio in D minor (spurious, possibly a transcription of a chamber trio by another composer)[25]
  • BWV 584 – Trio in G minor (spurious, a version of BWV 166/2 or another, lost, aria)
  • BWV 585 – Trio in C minor (spurious, after Johann Friedrich Fasch)
  • BWV 586 – Trio in G major (spurious, possibly after Georg Philipp Telemann)
  • BWV 587 – Aria in F major (spurious, after François Couperin)
  • BWV 588 – Canzona in D minor
  • BWV 589 – Allabreve in D major
  • BWV 590 – Pastorella in F major (first movement probably incomplete)
  • BWV 591 – Little Harmonic Labyrinth (Kleines harmonisches Labyrinth) (spurious, possibly by Johann David Heinichen)

Concerti for organ (592–597)[edit]

  • BWV 592 – Concerto in G major (after a concerto by Prince Johann Ernst of Saxe-Weimar)
  • BWV 592a – Concerto in G major (an arrangement of BWV 592 for harpsichord)
  • BWV 593 – Concerto in A minor (after Antonio Vivaldi's Concerto Op. 3/8, RV 522 for two violins)
  • BWV 594 – Concerto in C major (after Antonio Vivaldi, Concerto Op. 7ii/5, RV 208 'il grosso mogul' for violin)
  • BWV 595 – Concerto in C major (after a concerto by Prince Johann Ernst of Saxe-Weimar)
  • BWV 596 – Concerto in D minor (after Antonio Vivaldi, Concerto grosso, Op. 3/11, RV 565; About this sound 2. Largo, performed by Ulrich Metzner)
  • BWV 597 – Concerto in E-flat major (spurious, source unknown)

Pedal exercise (598)[edit]

  • BWV 598 – Pedal-Exercitium ("Pedal Exercise") in G minor (fragment, authorship uncertain, presumably by C. P. E. Bach)[26]

Chorale Preludes I: Orgelbüchlein (Little Organ Book) (599–644)[edit]

  • BWV 599 – AdventNun komm, der Heiden Heiland
  • BWV 600 – Advent – Gott, durch deine Güte (oder: Gottes Sohn ist kommen)
  • BWV 601 – Advent – Herr Christ, der einge Gottessohn (oder: Herr Gott, nun sei gepreiset) (also in the Neumeister Collection)
  • BWV 602 – Advent – Lob sei dem allmächtigen Gott
  • BWV 603 – Christmas – Puer natus in Bethlehem
  • BWV 604 – Christmas – Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ
  • BWV 605 – Christmas – Der Tag, der ist so freudenreich
  • BWV 606 – Christmas – Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her
  • BWV 607 – Christmas – Vom Himmel kam der Engel Schar
  • BWV 608 – Christmas – In dulci jubilo
  • BWV 609 – Christmas – Lobt Gott, ihr Christen, allzugleich
  • BWV 610 – Christmas – Jesu, meine Freude
  • BWV 611 – Christmas – Christum wir sollen loben schon
  • BWV 612 – Christmas – Wir Christenleut'
  • BWV 613 – New Year – Helft mir Gottes Güte preisen
  • BWV 614 – New Year – Das alte Jahr vergangen ist
  • BWV 615 – New Year – In dir ist Freude
  • BWV 616 – EpiphanyMit Fried und Freud ich fahr dahin
  • BWV 617 – Epiphany – Herr Gott, nun schleuß den Himmel auf
  • BWV 618 – LentO Lamm Gottes, unschuldig
  • BWV 619 – Lent – Christe, du Lamm Gottes
  • BWV 620 – Lent – Christus, der uns selig macht
  • BWV 620a – Lent – Christus, der uns selig macht (older version)
  • BWV 621 – Lent – Da Jesus an dem Kreuze stund
  • BWV 622 – Lent – O Mensch, bewein dein Sünde groß
  • BWV 623 – Lent – Wir danken dir, Herr Jesu Christ
  • BWV 624 – Lent – Hilf Gott, daß mir's gelinge
  • BWV 625 – EasterChrist lag in Todesbanden
  • BWV 626 – Easter – Jesus Christus, unser Heiland
  • BWV 627 – Easter – Christ ist erstanden
  • BWV 628 – Easter – Erstanden ist der heil'ge Christ
  • BWV 629 – Easter – Erschienen ist der herrliche Tag
  • BWV 630 – Easter – Heut triumphieret Gottes Sohn
  • BWV 631 – PentecostKomm, Gott Schöpfer, Heiliger Geist
  • BWV 631a – Pentecost – Komm, Gott Schöpfer, Heiliger Geist (older version)
  • BWV 632 – Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend'
  • BWV 633 – Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier
  • BWV 634 – Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier (alternative version of BWV 633)
  • BWV 635 – Dies sind die heil'gen zehn Gebot'
  • BWV 636 – Vater unser im Himmelreich
  • BWV 637 – Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt
  • BWV 638 – Es ist das Heil uns kommen her
  • BWV 639 – Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (also in the Neumeister Collection)
  • BWV 640 – In dich hab ich gehoffet, Herr
  • BWV 641 – Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein
  • BWV 642 – Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten
  • BWV 643 – Alle Menschen müssen sterben
  • BWV 644 – Ach wie nichtig, ach wie flüchtig

Chorale Preludes II: Schübler Chorales (645–650)[edit]

  • BWV 645 – Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme
  • BWV 646 – Wo soll ich fliehen hin (oder: Auf meinen lieben Gott)
  • BWV 647 – Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten
  • BWV 648 – Meine Seele erhebt den Herren
  • BWV 649 – Ach, bleib bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ
  • BWV 650 – Kommst du nun, Jesu, vom Himmel herunter

Chorale Preludes III: "Leipzig" Chorale Preludes ("The Great Eighteen" chorales) (651–668)[edit]

  • BWV 651 – Fantasia super: Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott
  • BWV 651a – Fantasia (Präludium) super: Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott (ältere, Weimarer Fassung)
  • BWV 652 – Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott
  • BWV 652a – Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott (ältere, Weimarer Fassung)
  • BWV 653 – An Wasserflüssen Babylon
  • BWV 653a – An Wasserflüssen Babylon alio modo a 4 (ältere, Weimarer Fassung)
  • BWV 653b – An Wasserflüssen Babylon (Weimarer Urfassung)
  • BWV 654 – Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele
  • BWV 654a – Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele (ältere, Weimarer Fassung)
  • BWV 655 – Trio super: Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend'
  • BWV 655a – Trio super: Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend' (ältere, Weimarer Fassung)
  • BWV 655b – Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend'
  • BWV 655c – Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend'
  • BWV 656 – O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig
  • BWV 656a – O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig (ältere, Weimarer Fassung)
  • BWV 657 – Nun danket alle Gott (Leuthen Chorale) (ältere Weimarer und Leipziger Fassung)
  • BWV 658 – Von Gott will ich nicht lassen
  • BWV 658a – Fantasia super: Von Gott will ich nicht lassen (ältere, Weimarer Fassung)
  • BWV 659 – Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland
  • BWV 659a – Fantasia super: Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (ältere, Weimarer Fassung)
  • BWV 660 – Trio super: Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland
  • BWV 660a – Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (ältere, Weimarer Fassung)
  • BWV 660b – Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland
  • BWV 661 – Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland
  • BWV 661a – Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (ältere, Weimarer Fassung)
  • BWV 662 – Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr'
  • BWV 662a – Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr' (ältere, Weimarer Fassung)
  • BWV 663 – Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr'
  • BWV 663a – Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr' (ältere, Weimarer Fassung)
  • BWV 664 – Trio super: Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr'
  • BWV 664a/b – Trio super: Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr' (ältere Weimarer Fassung/Entwurf)
  • BWV 665 – Jesus Christus, unser Heiland
  • BWV 665a – Jesus Christus, unser Heiland (in organo pleno) (ältere, Weimarer Fassung)
  • BWV 666 – Jesus Christus, unser Heiland (alio modo)
  • BWV 666a – Jesus Christus, unser Heiland (ältere, Weimarer Fassung)
  • BWV 667 – Komm, Gott Schöpfer, heiliger Geist
  • BWV 667a/b – Komm, Gott Schöpfer, heiliger Geist (ältere, Weimarer Fassungen)
  • BWV 668 – Vor deinen Thron tret' ich (Fragment)
  • BWV 668a – Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein (Diktatschrift: Fragment)

Chorale Preludes IV: "German Organ Mass", part of Clavier-Übung III (669–689)[edit]

  • BWV 669 – Kyrie (large versions) – Kyrie, Gott Vater in Ewigkeit
  • BWV 670 – Kyrie (large versions) – Christe, aller Welt Trost
  • BWV 671 – Kyrie (large versions) – Kyrie, Gott heiliger Geist
  • BWV 672 – Kyrie (small versions) – Kyrie, Gott Vater in Ewigkeit
  • BWV 673 – Kyrie (small versions) – Christe, aller Welt Trost
  • BWV 674 – Kyrie (small versions) – Kyrie, Gott heiliger Geist
  • BWV 675 – Gloria – Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr' (small version)
  • BWV 676 – Gloria – Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr' (large version)
  • BWV 677 – Gloria – Fughetta super: Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr' (small version)
  • BWV 678 – The Ten Commandments – Dies sind die heil'gen zehn Gebot' (large version)
  • BWV 679 – The Ten Commandments – Fughetta super: Dies sind die heil'gen zehn Gebot' (small version)
  • BWV 680 – Credo – "Wir glauben all an einen Gott" (large version)
  • BWV 681 – Credo – Fughetta super: Wir glauben all an einen Gott (small version)
  • BWV 682 – The Lord's Prayer – Vater unser im Himmelreich (large version)
  • BWV 683 – The Lord's Prayer – Vater unser im Himmelreich (small version)
  • BWV 683a – The Lord's Prayer – Vater unser im Himmelreich (small version, variant of BWV 683)
  • BWV 684 – The BaptismChrist unser Herr zum Jordan kam (large version)
  • BWV 685 – The Baptism – Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam (small version) Alio modo
  • BWV 686 – The Penitence – Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir (large version)
  • BWV 687 – The Penitence – Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir (small version)
  • BWV 688 – CommunionJesus Christus, unser Heiland, der von uns den Zorn Gottes wandt (large version)
  • BWV 689 – Communion – Fuga super: Jesus Christus, unser Heiland (small version)

Chorale Preludes V: Kirnberger chorale preludes (690–713)[edit]

  • BWV 690 – Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten
  • BWV 691 – Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten
  • BWV 691a – Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten (spurious)
  • BWV 692 – Ach, Gott und Herr (spurious, composed by Johann Gottfried Walther)[27]
  • BWV 692a – Ach, Gott und Herr (spurious, composed by Johann Gottfried Walther)[27]
  • BWV 693 – Ach, Gott und Herr (spurious, composed by Johann Gottfried Walther)[27]
  • BWV 694 – Wo soll ich fliehen hin
  • BWV 695 – Fantasia super: Christ lag in Todesbanden
  • BWV 695a – Fantasia super: Christ lag in Todesbanden
  • BWV 696 – Fughetta: Christum wir sollen loben schon
  • BWV 697 – Fughetta: Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ
  • BWV 698 – Fughetta: Herr Christ, der ein'ge Gottes-Sohn
  • BWV 699 – Fughetta: Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland
  • BWV 700 – Vom Himmel hoch, da komm' ich her
  • BWV 701 – Fughetta: Vom Himmel hoch, da komm' ich her
  • BWV 702 – [Fughetta:] Das Jesulein soll doch mein Trost (doubtful, possibly by Johann Ludwig Krebs)[28]
  • BWV 703 – Fughetta: Gottes-Sohn ist kommen
  • BWV 704 – Fughetta: Lob sei dem allmächtigen Gott
  • BWV 705 – Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt
  • BWV 706 – Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier
  • BWV 707 – Ich hab' mein' Sach' Gott heimgestellt (doubtful)[29]
  • BWV 708 – Ich hab' mein' Sach' Gott heimgestellt (doubtful)[30]
  • BWV 708a – Ich hab' mein' Sach' Gott heimgestellt (doubtful)[30]
  • BWV 709 – Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend'
  • BWV 710 – Wir Christenleut'
  • BWV 711 – Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr'
  • BWV 712 In dich hab ich gehoffet, Herr
    BWV 712 – In dich hab' ich gehoffet, Herr
  • BWV 713 – Fantasia: Jesu, meine Freude
  • BWV 713a – Fantasia super: Jesu, meine Freude

Chorale Preludes VI: Miscellaneous chorale preludes (714–764)[edit]

Chorale prelude (organ): Fugue on the traditional theme of the German Magnificat

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  • BWV 714 – Ach Gott und Herr (also in the Neumeister Collection)
  • BWV 715 – Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr
  • BWV 716 – Fuga super Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr
  • BWV 717 – Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr'
  • BWV 718 – Christ lag in Todesbanden
  • BWV 719 – Der Tag, der ist so freudenreich (also in the Neumeister Collection)
  • BWV 720 – Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott
  • BWV 721 – Erbarm dich mein, o Herre Gott
  • BWV 722 – Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ
  • BWV 723 – Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ
  • BWV 724 – Gott, durch deine Güte (Gottes Sohn ist kommen)
  • BWV 725 – Herr Gott, dich loben wir
  • BWV 726 – Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend
  • BWV 727 – Herzlich tut mich verlangen
  • BWV 728 – Jesus, meine Zuversicht (from the 1722 Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach)
  • BWV 729 – In dulci jubilo
  • BWV 730 – Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier
  • BWV 731 – Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier
  • BWV 732 – Lobt Gott, ihr Christen, allzugleich
  • BWV 733 – Fuga sopra il Magnificat (Meine Seele erhebt den Herren, a.k.a. German Magnificat – possibly composed by Bach's pupil Johann Ludwig Krebs)[31][32]
  • BWV 734 – Nun freut euch, lieben Christen/Es ist gewisslich an der Zeit
  • BWV 735 – Valet will ich dir geben
  • BWV 736 – Valet will ich dir geben
  • BWV 737 – Vater unser im Himmelreich (also in the Neumeister Collection)
  • BWV 738 – Von Himmel hoch, da komm' ich her
  • BWV 738a – Von Himmel hoch, da komm' ich her
  • BWV 739 – Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern
  • BWV 740 – Wir glauben all' an einen Gott, Vater (spurious)
  • BWV 741 – Ach Gott, von Himmel sieh' darein
  • BWV 742 – Ach Herr, mich armen Sünder (also in the Neumeister Collection)
  • BWV 743 – Ach, was ist doch unser Leben
  • BWV 744 – Auf meinen lieben Gott (not by Bach, possibly by Johann Tobias Krebs)
  • BWV 745 – Aus der Tiefe rufe ich (not by Bach, composed by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach)
  • BWV 746 – Christ ist erstanden (not by Bach, composed by Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer)
  • BWV 747 – Christus, der uns selig macht
  • BWV 748 – Gott der Vater wohn' uns bei (not by Bach, composed by Johann Gottfried Walther)
  • BWV 748a – Gott der Vater wohn' uns bei
  • BWV 749 – Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend'
  • BWV 750 – Herr Jesu Christ, mein's Lebens Licht
  • BWV 751 – In dulci jubilo (not by Bach, composed by Johann Michael Bach)
  • BWV 752 – Jesu, der du meine Seele
  • BWV 753 – Jesu, meine Freude (incomplete)
  • BWV 754 – Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier
  • BWV 755 – Nun freut euch, lieben Christen
  • BWV 756 – Nun ruhen alle Wälder
  • BWV 757 – O Herre Gott, dein göttlich's Wort
  • BWV 758 – O Vater, allmächtiger Gott
  • BWV 759 – Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele (not by Bach, composed by Gottfried August Homilius)
  • BWV 760 – Vater unser im Himmelreich (not by Bach, composed by Georg Böhm)
  • BWV 761 – Vater unser im Himmelreich (not by Bach, composed by Georg Böhm)
  • BWV 762 – Vater unser im Himmelreich
  • BWV 763 – Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern
  • BWV 764 – Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (incomplete)

Partitas and chorale variations (765–771)[edit]

Works for keyboard (BWV 772–994)[edit]

Other solo instruments[edit]

Works for solo lute (995–1000)[edit]

Sonatas and partitas for solo violin (1001–1006)[edit]

Suite for solo lute (1006a)[edit]

  • BWV 1006a – Suite in E major (transcription of Partita No. 3 for solo violin, BWV 1006)

Suites for solo cello (1007–1012)[edit]

Partita for solo flute (1013)[edit]

Chamber music (multiple players)[edit]

Works for violin and keyboard instrument (1014–1026)[edit]

  • BWV 1014 – Sonata in B minor for violin and harpsichord
  • BWV 1015 – Sonata in A major for violin and harpsichord
  • BWV 1016 – Sonata in E major for violin and harpsichord
  • BWV 1017 – Sonata in C minor for violin and harpsichord
  • BWV 1018 – Sonata in F minor for violin and harpsichord
  • BWV 1018a – Adagio in F minor for violin and harpsichord (early version of movement 3 from BWV 1018)
  • BWV 1019 – Sonata in G major for violin and harpsichord
  • BWV 1019a – Sonata in G major for violin and harpsichord (earlier version of BWV 1019)
  • BWV 1020 – Sonata in G minor for violin (or flute/recorder) and harpsichord (now attributed to Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach – H 542.5)[34]
  • BWV 1021 – Sonata in G major for violin and basso continuo
  • BWV 1022 – Sonata in F major for violin and harpsichord (doubtful, possibly by C. P. E. Bach)[34]
  • BWV 1023 – Sonata in E minor for violin and basso continuo
  • BWV 1024 – Sonata in C minor for violin and basso continuo (doubtful)
  • BWV 1025 – Suite in A major for violin and harpsichord (after a sonata by Sylvius Leopold Weiss) (doubtful, possibly by C. P. E. Bach)[34]
  • BWV 1026 – Fugue in G minor for violin and harpsichord

Sonatas for viola da gamba and keyboard instrument (1027–1029)[edit]

  • BWV 1027 – Sonata No. 1 in G major for viola da gamba and harpsichord (arrangement of BWV 1039)
  • BWV 1027a – Trio in G major for organ (arrangement of movement 4 from BWV 1027)
  • BWV 1028 – Sonata No. 2 in D major for viola da gamba and harpsichord
  • BWV 1029 – Sonata No. 3 in G minor for viola da gamba and harpsichord

Sonatas for flute and keyboard instrument (1030–1035)[edit]

Trio sonatas (1036–1040)[edit]

Orchestral works[edit]

Violin concertos (1041–1045)[edit]

  • BWV 1041 – Violin Concerto in A minor
  • BWV 1042 – Violin Concerto in E major
  • BWV 1043 – Concerto for 2 violins in D minor ("Double Concerto")
  • BWV 1044 – Concerto for flute, violin and harpsichord in A minor (also known as "Triple Concerto") – adaptation of harpsichord prelude and fugue in A minor BWV 894 (movts. 1 and 3) and middle movement of organ sonata in D minor BWV 527 (movt. 2).
  • BWV 1045 – Violin Concerto movement in D major
  • BWV 1052 – Concerto for violin in D minor (BWV 1052 is the concerto for harpsichord in D minor; it has been reconstructed for violin as the possible original instrument)
  • BWV 1056 – Concerto for violin in G minor (BWV 1056 is the concerto for harpsichord in F minor; it has been reconstructed for violin as the possible original instrument; it could also have been an oboe concerto)
  • BWV 1060 – Concerto for 2 violins, or violin and oboe and strings in C minor (BWV 1060 is the concerto for 2 harpsichords in C minor; it has been reconstructed for 2 violins or violin and oboe as the possible original instruments; some violin-oboe editions have been transposed to D minor)
  • BWV 1064 – Concerto for 3 violins and strings in D major (BWV 1064 is the concerto for 3 harpsichords in C major; it has been reconstructed for 3 violins as the possible original instruments)

Brandenburg concertos (1046–1051)[edit]

  • BWV 1046 – Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 in F major for violino piccolo, three oboes, bassoon, two corni da caccia, strings and continuo
  • BWV 1046a – Sinfonia in F major (earlier version of BWV 1046)
  • BWV 1047 – Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F major for trumpet, oboe, recorder, violin, strings and continuo
  • BWV 1048 – Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G major for three violins, three violas, three cellos and continuo
  • BWV 1049 – Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G major for violin, two fiauti d'echo (recorders), strings and continuo
  • BWV 1050 – Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major for harpsichord, violin, flute and strings
  • BWV 1050a – Concerto in D major for harpsichord, violin, flute and strings (earlier version of BWV 1050)
  • BWV 1051 – Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 in B-flat major for two violas, two violas da gamba, cello and continuo

Keyboard concertos (1052–1065)[edit]

  • BWV 1052 – Concerto for harpsichord and strings in D minor (after a lost violin concerto)
  • BWV 1053 – Concerto for harpsichord and strings in E major (probably after a lost oboe concerto, also performed as "Concerto in F major for oboe, strings, and continuo")
  • BWV 1054 – Concerto for harpsichord and strings in D major (after BWV 1042, Violin Concerto in E major)
  • BWV 1055 – Concerto for harpsichord and strings in A major (after a lost oboe d'amore concerto)
  • BWV 1056 – Concerto for harpsichord and strings in F minor (probably after a lost violin concerto – this is sometimes recorded as Concerto for violin in G minor)
  • BWV 1057 – Concerto for harpsichord, 2 recorders and strings in F major (after BWV 1049, Brandenburg concerto No. 4 in G major)
  • BWV 1058 – Concerto for harpsichord and strings in G minor (after BWV 1041, Violin Concerto in A minor)
  • BWV 1059 – Concerto for harpsichord in D minor (an incomplete fragment of only 9 bars; various reconstructions have been made of harpsichord, organ and oboe concertos based on this by using cantata movements but they are almost entirely speculative)
  • BWV 1060 – Concerto for 2 harpsichords and strings in C minor (after a lost violin and oboe concerto)
  • BWV 1061 – Concerto for 2 harpsichords and strings in C major (original version for 2 harpsichords unaccompanied known as BWV 1061a)
  • BWV 1062 – Concerto for 2 harpsichords and strings in C minor (after BWV 1043, Double Violin Concerto in D minor)
  • BWV 1063 – Concerto for 3 harpsichords and strings in D minor
  • BWV 1064 – Concerto for 3 harpsichords and strings in C major (after a lost triple violin concerto)
  • BWV 1065 – Concerto for 4 harpsichords and strings in A minor (after Antonio Vivaldi's concerto for 4 violins in B minor, L'estro Armonico, Op. 3/10, RV 580)

Orchestral suites (1066–1071)[edit]

  • BWV 1066 – Orchestral Suite No. 1 in C major (for woodwinds, strings and continuo)
    • [Ouverture] (no description, two sections), Courante, Gavotte I & II, Forlane, Menuet I & II, Bourrée I & II, Passepied I & II.
  • BWV 1067 – Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B minor (for flute, strings and continuo)
    • [Ouverture] (no description, two sections), Rondeau, Sarabande, Bourrée I & II, Polonaise & Double, Menuet, Badinerie.
  • BWV 1068 – Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major (for oboes, trumpets, timpani, strings and continuo)
    • [Ouverture] (no description, two sections), Air, Gavotte I & II, Bourrée, Gigue.
  • BWV 1069 – Orchestral Suite No. 4 in D major (for oboes, bassoon, trumpets, timpani, strings and continuo)
    • [Ouverture] (no description, two sections), Bourrée I & II, Gavotte, Menuet I & II, Rejouissance.
  • BWV 1070 – Orchestral Suite in G minor (spurious – W. F. Bach)
  • BWV 1071 – Sinfonia in F major (originally grouped with orchestral suites, now known as BWV 1046a)

Contrapuntal works (1072–1080)[edit]

Canons (1072–1078)[edit]

  • BWV 1072 – Canon trias harmonica a 8
  • BWV 1073 – Canon a 4 perpetuus
  • BWV 1074 – Canon a 4
  • BWV 1075 – Canon a 2 perpetuus
  • BWV 1076 – Canon triplex a 6
  • BWV 1077 – Canone doppio sopr'il soggetto
  • BWV 1078 – Canon super fa mi a 7 post tempus misicum

Late contrapuntal works (1079–1080)[edit]

Later additions[edit]

Miscellaneous (BWV 1081–1089)[edit]

Neumeister Chorales (BWV 1090–1120)[edit]

31 chorale preludes for organ, discovered 1985 in the archives of the Yale University library.

  • BWV 1090 – Wir Christenleut
  • BWV 1091 – Das alte Jahr vergangen ist
  • BWV 1092 – Herr Gott, nun schleuß den Himmel auf
  • BWV 1093 – Herzliebster Jesu, was hast du verbrochen
  • BWV 1094 – O Jesu, wie ist dein Gestalt
  • BWV 1095 – O Lamm Gottes unschuldig
  • BWV 1096 – Christe, der du bist Tag und Licht (also known as "Wir danken dir, Herr Jesu Christ"; doubtful, possibly by Johann Pachelbel[37][38])
  • BWV 1097 – Ehre sei dir, Christe, der du leidest Not
  • BWV 1098 – Erhalt uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort
  • BWV 1099 – Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir
  • BWV 1100 – Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ
  • BWV 1101 – Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt
  • BWV 1102 – Du Friedefürst, Herr Jesu Christ
  • BWV 1103 – Erhalt uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort
  • BWV 1104 – Wenn dich Unglück tut greifen an
  • BWV 1105 – Jesu, meine Freude
  • BWV 1106 – Gott ist mein Heil, mein Hilf und Trost
  • BWV 1107 – Jesu, meines Lebens Leben
  • BWV 1108 – Als Jesus Christus in der Nacht
  • BWV 1109 – Ach Gott, tu dich erbarmen
  • BWV 1110 – O Herre Gott, dein göttlich Wort
  • BWV 1111 – Nun lasset uns den Leib begrab'n
  • BWV 1112 – Christus, der ist mein Leben
  • BWV 1113 – Ich hab mein Sach Gott heimgestellt
  • BWV 1114 – Herr Jesu Christ, du höchstes Gut
  • BWV 1115 – Herzlich lieb hab ich dich, o Herr
  • BWV 1116 – Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan
  • BWV 1117 – Alle Menschen müssen sterben
  • BWV 1118 – Werde munter, mein Gemüte
  • BWV 1119 – Wie nach einer Wasserquelle
  • BWV 1120 – Christ, der du bist der helle Tag

Miscellaneous (BWV 1121–1126)[edit]

  • BWV 1121 – Fantasie in C minor (organ)
  • BWV 1122 – Denket doch, Ihr Menschenkinder (chorale)
  • BWV 1123 – Wo Gott zum Haus nicht gibt sein Gut (chorale)
  • BWV 1124 – Ich ruf zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ (chorale)
  • BWV 1125 – O Gott, du frommer Gott (chorale)
  • BWV 1126 – Lobet Gott, unsern Herrn (chorale)[39]

Works in Bach's catalogues and collections[edit]

There are over 1500 works that feature in a catalogue of works by Bach, like the Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis, and/or in a collection of works associated with Bach (e.g. in one of the Notebooks for Anna Magdalena Bach). Of these around a thousand are original compositions by Bach, that is: more than a mere copy or arrangement of an earlier work by himself or another composer.

See also Legend to the table below
——— BWV (original ranges in parentheses) ———
1. Cantatas (1–224) • 2. Motets (225–231) • 3. Masses, Mass movements, Magnificat (232–243) • 4. Passions, Oratorios (244–249) • 5. Four-part chorales (250–438) • 6. Songs, Arias and Quodlibet (439–524) • 7. Works for organ (525–771) • 8. Keyboard compositions (772–994) • 9. Lute compositions (995–1000) • 10. Chamber music (1001–1040) • 11. Works for orchestra (1041–1071) • 12. Canons (1072–1078) • 13. Musical Offering, The Art of Fugue (1079–1080) • Later additions (1081–...) • Reconstructions
——— BWV Anhang (Appendix) ———
I: lost/fragmentary (1–23) • II: doubtful (24–155) • III: spurious (156–189) • N: Nachträge (New additions, 190–213)
——— Not in BWV (BWV deest) ———
Sorted by BC, BGA, BNB, NBA, ...
——— Background colors ——— (green:) partial or complete manuscript (copy) by Bach and/or first edition under Bach's supervision (yellow:) manuscript (copy) in whole or in part by close relative,
i.e. brother (J. Christoph), wife (A. M.), son (W. F. / C. P. E. / J. C. F. / J. Christian) or son-in-law (Altnickol)
(orange-brown:) manuscript (copy) by close friend and/or pupil (Kellner, Krebs, Kirnberger, Walther, ...), or distant family member ——— Collections ———
Without resorting the table (i.e. collection kept together in BWV2a): Cello Suites BWV 1007–1012Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248Clavier-Übung IV = Goldberg Variations BWV 988Inventions BWV 772–786Sinfonias BWV 787–801Sonatas and partitas for solo violin BWV 1001–1006
Cantatas by function (Advent I → Trinity XXVII; other Feasts, celebrations and church services; Secular cantatas): sort by NBA → I/1
Clavier-Übung I (1731): sort by NBA → V/1
Clavier-Übung II (1735): sort by NBA → V/2
Klavierbüchlein für Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (1720): sort by NBA → V/5
Twelve Little Preludes: sort by BG → 36: 118
Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach (1722): sort by Name → Notebook A. M. Bach (1722)
Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach (1725): sort by Name → Notebook A. M. Bach (1725)
Vivaldi arrangements: sort by Additional info → after Vivaldi
The Well-Tempered Clavier book I (1722): sort by BG → Vol. 14
The Well-Tempered Clavier book II (1739–1742): sort by NBA → V/6.2
The Well-Tempered Clavier book II (1744): sort by BG → 14: 91
BWV 2a Date Name Key Scoring BG NBA Additional info BD
1. Cantatas Up ↑
1 1. 1725-03-25 Cantata Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (Annunciation) F major stbSATB 2Hn 2Odc 2Vl Str Bc 1: 1 I/28.2: 3 0001
2 1. 1724-06-18 Cantata Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein (Trinity II) G minor atbSATB 4Tbn 2Ob Str Bc 1: 53 I/16: 81 0002
3 1. 1725-01-14 Cantata Ach Gott, wie manches Herzeleid (Epiphany II) A major satbSATB Hn Tbn 2Oba Str Bc 1: 73 I/5: 189 0003
4 1. 1724-04-09 Cantata Christ lag in Todes Banden (Easter) E minor satbSATB Cnt 3Tbn Str Bc 1: 95 I/9: 1 text by Luther; after BWV 4 (early version) 0004
4, e. v. 1. 1707-04-24 Cantata Christ lag in Todes Banden (Easter; early version, lost) satbSATB 2Vl 2Va Bc I/9 text by Luther; → BWV 4 0005
5 1. 1724-10-15 Cantata Wo soll ich fliehen hin (Trinity XIX) G minor satbSATB Tdt 2Ob Str Bc 1: 125 I/24: 133 0006
6 1. 1725-04-02 Cantata Bleib bei uns, denn es will Abend werden (Easter 2) C minor satbSATB 2Ob Odc Str Vc Bc 1: 151 I/10: 43 0007
7 1. 1724-06-24 Cantata Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam (24 June: feast of John the Baptist) E minor atbSATB 2Oba 2Vl Str Bc 1: 177 I/29: 25 0008
8, v1 1. 1724-09-24 Cantata Liebster Gott, wenn werd ich sterben? (Trinity XVI; 1st version) E major satbSATB Hn Fl Fl 2Oba Str Bc 1: 211 I/23: 105 BWV 8, v2 0009
8, v2 1. 1747-09-17 Cantata Liebster Gott, wenn werd ich sterben? (Trinity XVI; 2nd version) D major satbSATB Fl 2Oba Tai 2Vl Str Bc I/23: 163 after BWV 8, v1 0010
9 1. 1732-07-20 Cantata Es ist das Heil uns kommen her (Trinity VI) E major satbSATB Fl Oba Str Bc 1: 243 I/17.2: 83 0011
10 1. 1724-07-02 Cantata Meine Seel erhebt den Herren a.k.a. German Magnificat (Visitation) G minor satbSATB Tr 2Ob Str Bc 1: 275 I/28.2: 131 0012
12 1. 1714-04-22

1724-04-30

Cantata Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen (Jubilate; two versions) F Dorian

G minor

atbSATB Tr Ob 2Vl 2Va Bas Bc 2: 59

 

I/11.2: 1 text by Franck, S.?; → BWV 69a/6 0014
13 1. 1726-01-20 Cantata Meine Seufzer, meine Tränen (Epiphany II) satbSATB 2Fl Odc Str Bc 2: 79 I/5: 229 text by Lehms (except /6) 0015
14 1. 1735-01-30 Cantata Wär Gott nicht mit uns diese Zeit (Epiphany IV) stbSATB Hn 2Ob Str Bc 2: 99 I/6: 139 0016
16 1. 1726-01-01 Cantata Herr Gott, dich loben wir (New Year/Circumcision) C major atbSATB Hn 2Ob Odc Str Va Bc 2: 173 I/4: 103 text by Lehms 0018
17 1. 1726-09-22 Cantata Wer Dank opfert, der preiset mich (Trinity XIV) satbSATB
2Ob Str Bc
2: 199 I/21: 147 BWV 236/6 0019
18 1. 1724-02-13 Cantata Gleichwie der Regen und Schnee vom Himmel fällt (Sexagesima) A minor
Kammer-
ton
stbSATB 2Fl Bas 4Va Vc Bc 2: 227 I/7: 107 text by Neumeister; after BWV 18 (early version) 0020
18, e. v. 1. 1715-02-24 Cantata Gleichwie der Regen und Schnee vom Himmel fällt (Sexagesima; early version) G minor
Chorton
stbSATB Bas 4Va Vc Bc I/7: 81 text by Neumeister; → BWV 18 0021
19 1. 1726-09-29 Cantata Es erhub sich ein Streit (Michaelmas) stbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob 2Oba Tai Str Bc 2: 253 I/30: 55 text by Picander 0022
20 1. 1724-06-11 Cantata O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort (Trinity I) atbSATB Tdt Tmp 3Ob Str Bc 2: 291 I/15: 133 0023
21, v1 1. 1714-06-17 Cantata Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis (1st version: Trinity III) C minor satbSATB 3Tr Tmp Ob Str Bc I/16: 109 text by Franck, S.?; → BWV 21, v2 0024
21, v2 1. autumn 1720 Cantata Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis (2nd version) D minor satbSATB 3Tr Tmp Ob Str Bc I/16 text by Franck, S.?; after BWV 21, v1; → v3 0025
21, v3 1. 1723-06-13 Cantata Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis (3rd version: Trinity III) C minor satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 4Tne Ob Str Bc 51: 1 I/16 text by Franck, S.?; after BWV 21, v2 0026
22 1. 1723-02-07 Cantata Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe (Estomihi) satbSATB Ob Str Bc 51: 65 I/8: 1 0027
23, v1 1. 1722 Cantata Du wahrer Gott und Davids Sohn (1st version, 3 movements: Estomihi) C minor satbSATB 2Ob Str Bc 51: 93 I/8: 35 BWV 23, v2, v3 0028
23, v2 1. 1723-02-07 Cantata Du wahrer Gott und Davids Sohn (2nd version, 4 movements: Estomihi) B minor satbSATB Crn 3Tbn 2Oba Str Bc I/8: 71 after BWV 23, v1; → v3 0029
23, v3 1. 1728–1731 Cantata Du wahrer Gott und Davids Sohn (3rd version, 4 movements: Estomihi) C minor satbSATB 2Ob Str Bc 51: 93 I/8: 35 after BWV 23, v1, v2 0030
24 1. 1723-06-20 Cantata Ein ungefärbt Gemüte (Trinity IV) F major satbSATB Cl 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc 51: 125 I/17.1: 47 text by Neumeister 0031
25 1. 1723-08-29 Cantata Es ist nichts Gesundes an meinem Leibe (Trinity XIV) stbSATB Crn 3Tbn 3Fl 2Ob Str Bc 51: 153 I/21: 79 0032
26 1. 1724-11-19 Cantata Ach wie flüchtig, ach wie nichtig (Trinity XXIV) A minor satbSATB Hn Fl 3Ob Str Bc 51: 189 I/27: 29 0033
27 1. 1726-10-06 Cantata Wer weiß, wie nahe mir mein Ende? (Trinity XVI) satbSSATB Hn 2Ob Odc Str Org Bc 51: 217 I/23: 221 after BWV Anh. 170 0034
28 1. 1725-12-30 Cantata Gottlob! nun geht das Jahr zu Ende (Christmas I) A minor satbSATB Cnt 3Tbn 2Ob Tai Str Bc 51: 245 I/3.2: 75 text by Neumeister; → BWV 28/2a, Anh. 160/2 0035
28/2a 1. 1725? Motet Sei Lob und Preis mit Ehren C major SATB 39: 167 III/3: 15 after 28/2; → BWV Anh. 160/2; was BWV 231 0036
29 1. 1731-08-27 Cantata Wir danken dir, Gott, wir danken dir (council election) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Str Org Bc 51: 273 I/32.2: 1 after BWV 120a/4 0037
30 1. 1738-06-24 Cantata Freue dich, erlöste Schar (24 June: feast of John the Baptist) satbSATB 2Fl 2Ob Oba Vl Str Bc 51: 321 I/29: 59 text by Picander?; after BWV 30a (parody) 0038
30a 1. 1737-09-28 Secular cantata Angenehmes Wiederau (for Hennicke (de) at Wiederau (de) manor) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob Oba Str Bc 34: 325 I/39: 51 text by Picander?; → BWV 30, 195, v2/6, /8 0039
31, Leipzig version 1. 1724-04-09 Cantata Der Himmel lacht! Die Erde jubilieret (Leipzig version: Easter) stbSSATB 3Tr Tmp Ob 2Oba Bas 2Vl 2Va Bc I/9: 41 text by Franck, S; after BWV 31, Weimar version 0040
31, Weimar version 1. 1715-04-21 Cantata Der Himmel lacht! Die Erde jubilieret (Weimar version: Easter) C major stbSSATB 3Tr Tmp 3Ob Tai Bas 2Vl 2Va Bc 7: 1 I/9 text by Franck, S; → BWV 31, Leipzig version 0041
32 1. 1726-01-13 Cantata Liebster Jesu, mein Verlangen (Epiphany I) E minor sbSATB Ob Str Bc 7: 53 I/5: 143 text by Lehms 0042
33 1. 1724-09-03 Cantata Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (Trinity XIII) A minor atbSATB 2Ob Str Bc 7: 81 I/21: 23 0043
34 1. 1727-06-01 Cantata O ewiges Feuer, o Ursprung der Liebe (Pentecost) D major atbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc 7: 115 I/13: 129 BWV 34a 0044
34a 1. after 1727 Cantata O ewiges Feuer, o Ursprung der Liebe (marriage; incomplete) satbSATB Vl Va Bc I/33: 27 after BWV 34 0045
35 1. 1726-09-08 Cantata Geist und Seele wird verwirret (Trinity XII) a 2Ob Tai Str Org Bc 7: 171 I/20: 215 text by Lehms 0046
36, e. v. 1. 1725–1730 Cantata Schwingt freudig euch empor (Advent I; early version) stbSATB Oba Str Bc 7: 395 I/1: 17 after BWV 36c; → BWV 36 0048
36 1. 1731-12-02 Cantata Schwingt freudig euch empor (Advent I) satbSATB 2Oba Str Bc 7: 221 I/1: 41 after BWV 36, early version 0047
36a 1. 1726-11-30 or
1725-11-30
Secular cantata Steigt freudig in die Luft (birthday of Charlotte Friederike Wilhelmine of Anhalt-Köthen; music lost) stbSATB Oba Va Str Bc (?) I/35 text by Picander; after BWV 36c/1, /3, /5, /7, /9 0049
36b 1. 1735-07-27 Secular cantata Die Freude reget sich (birthday of Rivinus, J. F. (de)?) satSATB Fl Oba Str Bc 34: 39 I/38: 255 after BWV 36c/1, /3, /5, /7, /8 0050
36c 1. April–May 1725 Secular cantata Schwingt freudig euch empor (birthday of Mencke, J. B. (de)?) stbSATB Oba Str Va Bc 34: 39 I/39: 1 BWV 36, early version 0051
37 1. 1724-05-18 Cantata Wer da gläubet und getauft wird (Ascension) A major satbSATB 2Oba Str Bc 7: 259 I/12: 79 0052
38 1. 1724-10-29 Cantata Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir (Trinity XXI) E minor satbSATB 2Ob 4Tbn Str Bc 7: 283 I/25: 217 0053
39 1. 1726-06-23 Cantata Brich dem Hungrigen dein Brot (Trinity I) sabSATB 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc 7: 336 I/15 179 0054
40 1. 1723-12-26 Cantata Darzu ist erschienen der Sohn Gottes (Christmas 2) F major atbSATB 2Hn 2Ob Str Bc 7: 349 I/3.1: 3 BWV 233/6 0055
41 1. 1725-01-01 Cantata Jesu, nun sei gepreiset (New Year) C major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 3Ob Str Vc Bc 10: 1 I/4: 37 0056
42 1. 1725-04-08 Cantata Am Abend aber desselbigen Sabbats (Quasimodogeniti) satbSATB 2Ob Bas Str Bc 10: 63 I/11.1: 61 0057
43 1. 1726-05-30 Cantata Gott fähret auf mit Jauchzen (Ascension) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Str Bc 10: 93 I/12: 133 after BWV 43/11 0058
44 1. 1724-05-21 Cantata Sie werden euch in den Bann tun (Exaudi) satbSATB 2Ob Str Bc 10: 127 I/12: 165 0059
45 1. 1726-08-11 Cantata Es ist dir gesagt, Mensch, was gut ist (Trinity VIII) E Major atbSATB 2Fl Ob Oba Str Bc 10: 151 I/18: 197 0060
46 1. 1723-08-01 Cantata Schauet doch und sehet, ob irgend ein Schmerz sei (Trinity X) atbSATB Tdt Hn 2Fl 2Odc Str Bc 10: 187 I/19: 109 0061
47 1. 1726-10-13 Cantata Wer sich selbst erhöhet, der soll erniedriget werden (Trinity XVII) G minor sbSATB 2Ob Str Org Bc 10: 239 I/23: 319 text by Helbig 0062
48 1. 1723-10-03 Cantata Ich elender Mensch, wer wird mich erlösen (Trinity XIX) G minor atSATB Tr 2Ob Str Bc 10: 275 I/24: 105 0063
49 1. 1726-11-03 Cantata Ich geh und suche mit Verlangen (Trinity XX) G minor sb Oba Str Vl Org Bc 10: 299 I/25: 107 BWV 1053/3 0064
50 1. Cantata Nun ist das Heil und die Kraft (single movement; arrangement or fragment of a cantata for Michaelmas?) D major 2SATB 3Tr Tmp 3Ob Str Bc 10: 341 I/30: 141 text after Rev. 12: 10; in SBB P 136 0065
51 1. 1730-09-17 Cantata Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen (Trinity XV) C major s (2)Tr (Tmp) Str Bc 122: 1 I/22: 77 0066
52 1. 1726-11-24 Cantata Falsche Welt, dir trau ich nicht (Trinity XXIII) F major sSATB 2Hn 3Ob Bas Str Bc 122: 25 I/26: 131 text by Birkmann; after BWV 1046a/1 0067
54 1. 1714–1717? Cantata Widerstehe doch der Sünde (Oculi) E major a 2Vl 2Va Bc 122: 59 I/18: 3 text by Lehms; BWV 247/53? 0069
55 1. 1726-11-17 Cantata Ich armer Mensch, ich Sündenknecht (Trinity XXII) G minor tSATB Fl Oba Str Bc 122: 73 I/26: 55 text by Birkmann 0070
56 1. 1726-10-27 Cantata Ich will den Kreuzstab gerne tragen (Trinity XIX) bSATB 2Ob Tai Str Vc Bc 122: 87 I/24: 173 text by Birkmann 0071
57 1. 1725-12-26 Cantata Selig ist der Mann (Christmas 2) G minor sbSATB 2Ob Tai Str Bc 122: 105 I/3.1: 83 text by Lehms 0072
58 1. 1733-01-04
or
1734-01-03
Cantata Ach Gott, wie manches Herzeleid (New Year I) C major sb 2Ob Tai Vl Str Bc 122: 133 I/4: 217 text by Birkmann; after BWV 58, early version 0073
58, e. v. 1. 1727-01-05 Cantata Ach Gott, wie manches Herzeleid (New Year I; early version) C major sb Vl Str Bc I/4: 241 text by Birkmann; → BWV 58 0074
59 1. 1724-05-28 Cantata Wer mich liebet, der wird mein Wort halten (Pentecost) C major sbSATB 2Tr Tmp Str Bc 122: 151 I/13: 65 text by Neumeister; → BWV 74/1 and /2, 175/7 0075
60 1. 1723-11-07 Cantata O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort (Trinity XXIV) D major atbSATB Hn 2Oba Str Bc 122: 169 I/27: 1 0076
61 1. 1714-12-02 Cantata Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Advent I – first setting) stbSATB Fag 2Vl 2Va Bc 16: 1 I/1: 1 text by Neumeister 0077
62 1. 1724-12-03 Cantata Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Advent I – second setting) B minor satbSATB Hn 2Ob Str Bc 16: 19 I/1: 75 0078
63 1. 1714-12-25
1723-12-25
Cantata Christen, ätzet diesen Tag (Christmas; two versions) C major satbSATB 4Tr Tmp 3Ob Bas Str Bc 16: 51 I/2: 1 text by Heineccius, J. M.? 0079
64 1. 1723-12-27 Cantata Sehet, welch eine Liebe hat uns der Vater erzeiget (Christmas 3) E minor sabSATB Cnt 3Tbn Oba Str Bc 16: 111, 371 I/3.1: 113 text by Knauer (modified) 0080
65 1. 1724-01-06 Cantata Sie werden aus Saba alle kommen (Epiphany) tbSATB 2Hn 2Fl 2Odc Str Bc 16: 133 I/5: 1 0081
66 1. 1724-04-10 Cantata Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen (Easter 2) atbSATB Tr 2Ob Str Bc 16: 167 I/10: 1 after BWV 66a/8, /1–/4 0082
66a 1. 1718-12-10 Secular cantata Der Himmel dacht auf Anhalts Ruhm und Glück (birthday of Leopold of Anhalt-Köthen) atbSATB 2Ob Bas Str Bc (?) I/35 text by Hunold; → BWV 66/1–/5 0083
67 1. 1724-04-16 Cantata Halt im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ (Quasimodogeniti) A major atbSATB Hn Fl 2Oba Str Bc 16: 215 I/11.1: 1 BWV 234/2 0084
68 1. 1725-05-21 Cantata Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt (Pentecost 2) D minor sbSATB Hn Cnt 3Tbn 2Ob Tai Str Vc Bc 16: 247 I/14: 31 text by Ziegler, C. M.; after BWV 208/13 and /7 0085
69 1. 1748-08-26 Cantata Lobe den Herrn, meine Seele (council election) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 3Ob Oba Bas Str Bc 16: 281 I/32.2: 111 after BWV 69a/1, /3 and /5 0086
69a 1. 1723-08-15 Cantata Lobe den Herrn, meine Seele (Trinity XII) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp Fl 3Ob Oba Odc Bas Str Bc I/20: 117 text by Knauer (modified); after BWV 12/7; → BWV 69/1, /3 and /5 0087
70 1. 1723-11-21 Cantata Wachet! Betet! Betet! Wachet! (Trinity XXVI) C major satbSATB Tr Ob Str Vc Bc 16: 327 I/27: 107 text by Franck, S (reworked); after BWV 70a 0088
70a 1. 1716-12-06 Cantata Wachet! Betet! Betet! Wachet! (Advent II) satbSATB Tr Ob Str Vc Bc I/1 text by Franck, S; → BWV 70/1, /3, /5, /8, /10, /11 0089
71 1. 1708-02-04 Cantata Gott ist mein König (council election) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl Vc 2Ob Bas Str Vne Org 18: 1 I/32.1: 3 text by Eilmar? 0090
72 1. 1726-01-27 Cantata Alles nur nach Gottes Willen (Epiphany III) A minor sabSATB 2Ob Str Bc 18: 55 I/6: 59 text by Franck, S; → BWV 235/2 0091
73 1. 1724-01-23 Cantata Herr, wie du willt, so schicks mit mir (Epiphany III) G minor stbSATB Hn 2Ob Str Bc 18: 85 I/6: 3 0092
74 1. 1725-05-20 Cantata Wer mich liebet, der wird mein Wort halten (Pentecost) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Odc Str Bc 18: 105 I/13: 83 text by Ziegler, C. M.; after BWV 59/1, /4 0093
75 1. 1723-05-30 Cantata Die Elenden sollen essen (Trinity I) satbSATB Tr 2Ob Oba Bas Str Bc 18: 147 I/15: 85 BWV 100/6 0094
76 1. 1723-06-06 Cantata Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes (Trinity II) C major satbSATB Tr 2Ob Oba Str Vdg Bc 18: 189 I/16: 1 0095
77 1. 1723-08-22 Cantata Du sollt Gott, deinen Herren, lieben (Trinity XIII) satbSATB Tdt 2Ob Str Bc 18: 233 I/21: 1 text by Knauer 0096
78 1. 1724-09-10 Cantata Jesu, der du meine Seele (Trinity XIV) G minor satbSATB Hn Fl 2Ob Str Vne Bc 18: 255 I/21: 115 0097
79 1. 1725-10-31 Cantata Gott der Herr ist Sonn und Schild (Reformation Day; two versions: Fl associated with 2nd c.1730) G major sabSATB 2Hn Tmp (2Fl) 2Ob Str Bc 18: 287 I/31: 1 BWV 236/2, /4, 234/5 0098
80 1. 1727-10-31
1731-10-31
Cantata Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott (Reformation Day; 2nd Leipzig v.; Tr & Tmp in BGA likely W. F. Bach's addition) D major satbSATB 3Ob 2Oba Odc Str Bc 18: 317 I/31: 71 text by Franck, S; after BWV 80a, 80b 0099
80a 1. 1715-03-24
1716-03-16
Cantata Alles, was von Gott geboren (Oculi; music lost) satb(?)SATB Ob Str Bc I/8.2: V text by Franck, S; → BWV 80b, 80 0100
80b 1. 1723-10-31
1731-10-31
Cantata Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott (Reformation Day; 1st Leipzig version) sbSATB Ob Str Bc I/31: 65 text by Franck, S; after BWV 80a; → BWV 80 0101
81 1. 1724-01-30 Cantata Jesus schläft, was soll ich hoffen? (Epiphany IV) E minor atbSATB 2Fl 2Oba Str Bc 201: 1 I/6: 111 0102
82, v1 1. 1727-02-02 Cantata Ich habe genug (Purification; 1st version) C minor b Ob Str Bc 201: 25 I/28.1: 111 text by Birkmann; → BWV 82, v2–4 0103
82, v2 1. 1731-02-02 Cantata Ich habe genug (Purification; 2nd version) E minor s Fl Str Bc I/28.1: 155 text by Birkmann; after BWV 82, v1; → 82, v3–4 0104
82/2–/3, v2 1. c.1731 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 34 Recitative "Ich habe genug"; Aria "Schlummert ein, ihr matten Augen" E minor s Bc 432: 46 V/4 text by Birkmann; after BWV 82, v2 0104
82/3, v2 1. c.1731 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 38 Aria "Schlummert ein, ihr matten Augen" (incomplete) E minor s Bc 432: 49 V/4 text by Birkmann; after BWV 82, v2 0104
82, v3 1. c.1735 Cantata Ich habe genug (Purification; 3rd version) C minor b or mezzo Ob Str Bc I/28.1: 111 text by Birkmann; after BWV 82, v1–2; → 82, v4 0105
82, v4 1. 1746–1748 Cantata Ich habe genug (Purification; 4th version) C minor b (or mezzo) Ob Odc Str Bc I/28.1: 111 text by Birkmann; after BWV 82, v1–3 0106
83 1. 1724-02-02 Cantata Erfreute Zeit im neuen Bunde (Purification) atbSATB 2Hn 2Ob Vl Str Bc 201: 51 I/28.1: 3 0107
84 1. 1727-02-09 Cantata Ich bin vergnügt mit meinem Glücke (Septuagesimae) E minor sSATB Ob Str Bc 201: 77 I/7: 21 text by Picander (reworked)? 0108
85 1. 1725-04-15 Cantata Ich bin ein guter Hirt (Misericordias Domini) C minor satbSATB 2Ob Str Vc Bc 201: 99 I/11.1: 157 0109
86 1. 1724-05-14 Cantata Wahrlich, wahrlich, ich sage euch (Rogate) E major satbSATB 2Oba Str Bc 201: 119 I/12: 45 0110
87 1. 1725-05-06 Cantata Bisher habt ihr nichts gebeten in meinem Namen (Rogate) D minor atbSATB 2Ob 2Odc Str Bc 201: 135 I/12: 61 text by Ziegler, C. M. (reworked) 0111
88 1. 1726-07-21 Cantata Siehe, ich will viel Fischer aussenden (Trinity V) D major
B minor
satbSATB 2Hn 2Oba Tai Str Bc 201: 153 I/17.2: 33 0112
89 1. 1723-10-24 Cantata Was soll ich aus dir machen, Ephraim? (Trinity XXII) sabSATB Hn 2Ob Str Bc 201: 179 I/26: 1 0113
90 1. 1723-11-14 Cantata Es reißet euch ein schrecklich Ende (Trinity XXV) D minor atbSATB (Tr) Str Bc 201: 195 I/27: 59 0114
91 1. after 1740 Cantata Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ (Christmas; later version) G major satbSATB 2Hn Tmp 3Ob Str Bc 22: 1 I/2: 131 after BWV 91, early version 0115
91, e. v. 1. 1724-12-25 Cantata Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ (Christmas; early version) G major satbSATB 2Hn Tmp 3Ob Str Bc 22: 1, 333 I/2: 164 BWV 91 0116
92 1. 1725-01-28 Cantata Ich hab in Gottes Herz und Sinn (Septuagesimae) B minor satbSATB 2Oba Str Bc 22: 33 I/7: 41 0117
93 1. 1724-07-09 Cantata Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten (Trinity V) C minor satbSATB 2Ob Str Bc 22: 69 I/17.2: 3 BWV 647 0118
94 1. 1724-08-06 Cantata Was frag ich nach der Welt (Trinity IX) D major satbSATB Fl 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc 22: 95 I/19: 43 0119
95 1. 1723-09-12 Cantata Christus, der ist mein Leben (Trinity XVI) G major stbSATB Hn or Cnt 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc 22: 129 I/23: 65 0120
96 1. 1724-10-08 Cantata Herr Christ, der einge Gottessohn (Trinity XVIII) F major satbSATB Hn or Tbn Fl/Fl or Vl 2Ob Str Bc 22: 155 I/24: 1 0121
97 1. 1734-07-25
?; after 1735
Cantata In allen meinen Taten (two versions; Trinity V?) B major satbSATB 2Ob Str Bc 22: 185, 336 I/34: 197 text by Fleming 0122
98 1. 1726-11-10 Cantata Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan (Trinity XXI) B major satbSATB 2Ob Str Bc 22: 231 I/25: 241 text by Birkmann 0123
99 1. 1724-09-17 Cantata Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan (Trinity XV) G major satbSATB Hn Fl Oba Str Bc 22: 251 I/22: 41 text by Rodigast (reworked); → BWV 100/1 0124
100 1. 1732–1735 Cantata Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan G major satbSATB 2Hn Tmp Fl Oba Str Bc 22: 277 I/34: 239 text by Rodigast; after BWV 99/1, 75/7 0125
101 1. 1724-08-13 Cantata Nimm von uns, Herr, du treuer Gott (Trinity X) G major satbSATB 2Hn Tmp Fl Oba Str Bc 23: 1 I/19: 173 0126
102 1. 1726-08-25 Cantata Herr, deine Augen sehen nach dem Glauben (Trinity X) G minor atbSATB Fl Vl 2Ob Str Bc 23: 33 I/19: 229 BWV 235/1, 233/4, /5 0127
103 1. 1725-04-22
1731-04-15
Cantata Ihr werdet weinen und heulen (Jubilate, 2 versions) B minor atSATB Tr Fl Fl (or) Vl 2Oba Str Bc 23: 67 I/11.2: 25 text by Ziegler, C. M. 0128
104 1. 1724-04-23 Cantata Du Hirte Israel, höre (Misericordias) tbSATB 2Ob 2Oba Tai Str Bc 23: 95 I/11.1: 113 0129
105 1. 1723-07-25 Cantata Herr, gehe nicht ins Gericht mit deinem Knecht (Trinity IX) G minor satbSATB Hn 2Ob Str Bc 23: 117 I/19: 1 0130
106 1. 1708-09-16? Cantata Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit (funeral; "Actus tragicus") E major satbSATB 2Fl 2Vdg Bc 23: 147 I/34: 1 text by Olearius (reworked) 0131
107 1. 1724-07-23 Cantata Was willst du dich betrüben (Trinity VII) B minor stbSATB Hn 2Fl 2Oba Str Bc 23: 179 I/18: 55 text by Heermann 0132
108 1. 1725-04-29 Cantata Es ist euch gut, daß ich hingehe (Cantate) A major
B minor
atbSATB 2Oba Str Bc 23: 203 I/12: 17 text by Ziegler, C. M. 0133
109 1. 1723-10-17 Cantata Ich glaube, lieber Herr, hilf meinem Unglauben (Trinity XXI; 2 versions) D minor atSATB (Hn) 2Ob Str Bc 23: 231 I/25: 157 0134
110 1. 1725-12-25 Cantata Unser Mund sei voll Lachens (Christmas) D major
B minor
satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 3Ob Oba Odc Bas Str Bc 23: 263 I/2: 71 text by Lehms 0135
111 1. 1725-01-25 Cantata Was mein Gott will, das g'scheh allzeit (Epiphany III) A minor satbSATB 2Ob Str Bc 24: 1 I/6: 27 0136
112 1. 1731-04-08 Cantata Der Herr ist mein getreuer Hirt (Misericordias) G major satbSATB 2Hn 2Oba Str Bc 24: 29 I/11.1: 179 text by Meuslin after Ps. 23 0137
113 1. 1724-08-20 Cantata Herr Jesu Christ, du höchstes Gut (Trinity XI) B minor satbSATB Fl 2Oba Str Bc 24: 49 I/20: 79 0138
114 1. 1724-10-01 Cantata Ach, lieben Christen, seid getrost (Trinity XVII) G minor satbSATB Hn Fl 2Ob Str Bc 24: 81 I/23: 287 0139
115 1. 1724-11-05 Cantata Mache dich, mein Geist, bereit (Trinity XXII) G major satbSATB Hn Fl Oba Str Vc Bc 24: 109 I/26: 21 text by Freystein (reworked) 0140
116 1. 1724-11-26 Cantata Du Friedefürst, Herr Jesu Christ (Trinity XXV) A major satbSATB Hn 2Oba Str Bc 24: 133 I/27: 79 text by Ebert (reworked) 0141
117 1. 1728–1731 Cantata Sei Lob und Ehr dem höchsten Gut G major atbSATB 2Fl 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc 24: 159 I/34: 151 text by Schütz, J. J. 0142
119 1. 1723-08-30 Cantata Preise, Jerusalem, den Herrn (council election) C major satbSATB 4Tr Tmp 2Fl 3Ob 2Odc Str Bc 24: 193 I/32.1: 129 0144
120 1. c.1742 Cantata Gott, man lobet dich in der Stille (council election) satbSATB 3Tr 2Ob 2Oba Vl Str Bc 24: 247 I/32.2: 53 after BWV 120b/1, /2, /4; → BWV 232II/9 0145
120a 1. 1729? Cantata Herr Gott, Beherrscher aller Dinge (wedding; incomplete) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob 2Oba Str Org Bc 41: 149 I/33: 75 after BWV 1006/1, 137/5; → BWV 120b/2, /1, 1019a/3, 29/1 0146
120b 1. 1730-06-26 Cantata Gott, man lobet dich in der Stille (200th anniversary of the Augsb. Confess.; music lost, partially reconstructable) saSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Oba Vl Str Bc ? I/34
I/32.2
text by Picander; after BWV 120a/6, /1, 1019a/3; → BWV 120/1, /2, /4 0147
121 1. 1724-12-26 Cantata Christum wir sollen loben schon (Christmas 2) satbSATB Cnt 3Tbn Oba Str Bc 26: 1 I/3.1: 57 0148
122 1. 1724-12-31 Cantata Das neugeborne Kindelein (Christmas I) G minor satbSATB 3Fl 2Ob Tai Str Bc 26: 21 I/3.2: 53 0149
123 1. 1725-01-06 Cantata Liebster Immanuel, Herzog der Frommen (Epiphany) B minor atbSATB 2Fl 2Oba Str Bc 26: 41 I/5: 47 0150
124 1. 1725-01-07 Cantata Meinen Jesum laß ich nicht (Epiphany I) E major satbSATB Hn Oba Str Bc 26: 61 I/5: 115 0151
125 1. 1725-02-02 Cantata Mit Fried und Freud ich fahr dahin (Purification) E minor atbSATB Hn Fl Ob Oba Str Bc 26: 83 I/28.1: 31 0152
126 1. 1725-02-04 Cantata Erhalt uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort (Sexagesimae) A minor atbSATB Tr 2Ob Str Bc 26: 111 I/7: 155 0153
127 1. 1725-02-11 Cantata Herr Jesu Christ, wahr' Mensch und Gott (Estomihi) F major stbSATB Tr 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc 26: 133 I/8: 107 BWV 127/1 (variant) 0154
127/1 (var.) 1. c.1750 Chorus "Herr Jesu Christ, wahr' Mensch und Gott" (Passion oratorio movement) E major SATB 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/41: 95 after BWV 127/1; → BC D 10 0155
128 1. 1725-05-10 Cantata Auf Christi Himmelfahrt allein (Ascension) G major atbSATB Tr 2Hn 2Ob 2Oba Odc Str Bc 26: 163 I/12: 101 text by Ziegler, C. M. 0156
129 1. 1727-06-08 Cantata Gelobet sei der Herr, mein Gott (Trinity) D major sabSATB 3Tr Tmp Fl 2Ob Oba Str Bc 26: 185 I/15: 37 text by Olearius 0157
130, v1 1. 1724-09-29 Cantata Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir (Michaelmas; 1st version) C major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp Fl 3Ob Str Bc 26: 231 I/30: 48 text by Eber (reworked) 0158
130, v2 1. 1732–1735 Cantata Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir (Michaelmas; 2nd version) C major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp Fl 3Ob Str Bc I/30: 48 text by Eber (reworked) 0159
131 1. 1707–1708 Cantata Aus der Tiefen rufe ich, Herr, zu dir G minor satbSATB Ob Bas Str Bc 28: 1 I/34: 67 text by Bach or Eilmar after Ps. 130; → BWV 131a 0160
132 1. 1715-12-22 Cantata Bereitet die Wege, bereitet die Bahn (Advent IV) A major satbSATB Ob Bas Str Vc Bc 28: 33 I/1: 99 text by Franck, S. 0162
133 1. 1724-12-27 Cantata Ich freue mich in dir (Christmas 3) A major satbSATB Cnt 2Oba Str Bc 28: 51 I/3.1: 135 text by Ziegler, C. (de) (/1, /6) 0163
134 1. 1731-03-27
1735-04-12
Cantata Ein Herz, das seinen Jesum lebend weiß (Easter 3; later version) atSATB 2Ob Str Bc 28: 81 I/10: 69 after BWV 134, e. v. 0164
134, e. v. 1. 1724-04-11 Cantata Ein Herz, das seinen Jesum lebend weiß (Easter 3; early version) atSATB 2Ob Str Bc 28: 81, 287 I/10: 106 after BWV 134a; → BWV 134 0165
134a 1. 1719-01-01 Secular cantata Die Zeit, die Tag und Jahre macht (congratulation for New Year) atSATB 2Ob Str Bc 29: 209 I/35: 49 text by Hunold; → BWV 134, e. v. 0166
135 1. 1724-06-25 Cantata Ach Herr, mich armen Sünder (Trinity III) atbSATB Cnt Tbn 2Ob Str Bc 28: 119 I/16: 197 0167
136 1. 1723-07-18 Cantata Erforsche mich, Gott, und erfahre mein Herz (Trinity VIII) atbSATB Hn 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc 28: 137 I/18: 129 BWV 234/6 0168
137 1. 1725-08-19 Cantata Lobe den Herren, den mächtigen König der Ehren (Trinity XII) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Str Bc 28: 165 I/20: 171 text by Neander 0169
138 1. 1723-09-05 Cantata Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz (Trinity XV) satbSATB 2Oba Str Bc 28: 197 I/22: 19 BWV 236/3 0170
139 1. 1724-11-12 Cantata Wohl dem, der sich auf seinen Gott (Trinity XXIII) satbSATB 2Oba Str Bc 28: 223 I/26: 97 text by Rube (reworked) 0171
140 1. 1731-11-25 Cantata Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme (Trinity XXVII) stbSATB Hn 2Ob Tai Vl Str Bc 28: 249 I/27: 149 text by Nicolai (reworked) 0172
143 1. Cantata Lobe den Herrn, meine Seele (New Year) stbSATB 3Hn Tmp Bas Str Bc 30: 43 I/4: 165 text by Nicolai (reworked) 0175
144 1. 1724-02-06 Cantata Nimm, was dein ist, und gehe hin (Septuagesima) satSATB 2Ob Oba Str Bc 30: 75 I/7: 1 0176
145 1. 1729-04-19 Cantata Ich lebe, mein Herze, zu deinem Ergötzen (Easter 3) stbSATB Tr Fl 2Ob Str Bc 30: 93 I/10: 111 text by Picander; after BWV 145/b 0177
146 1. 1726-05-12 Cantata Wir müssen durch viel Trübsal (Jubilate) satbSATB Fl 2Ob 2Oba Tai Str Org Bc 30: 123 I/11.2: 65 after BWV 1052R/1, /2?; → BWV 1052/1, /2 0179
147 1. 1723-07-02 Cantata Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben (Visitation) D major satbSATB Tr 2Ob Oba 2Odc Str Bc 30: 191 I/28: 63 text by Franck, S. (reworked); after BWV 147a 0180
147a 1. 1716-12-20 Cantata Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben (Advent IV) D major I/1 text by Franck, S.; → BWV 147/1, /3, /7, /5 0181
148 1. 1723-09-19 Cantata Bringet dem Herrn Ehre seines Namens (Trinity XVII) atSATB Tr 2Oba Odc Str Bc 30: 235 I/23: 253 text by Picander 0182
149 1. 1729-09-29 Cantata Man singet mit Freuden vom Sieg (Michaelmas) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 3Ob Bas Str Vne Bc 30: 261 I/30: 97 text by Picander; after BWV 208/15 0183
149/1a 1. Fall 1729 Cantata opening: "Concerto" (incomplete; abandoned alternative start of BWV 149?) D major SATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Str Bc I/40
I/30
in SBB P 175; was BWV Anh. 198 1509
150 1. 1707-07-10 Cantata Nach dir, Herr, verlanget mich (Trinity III) satbSATB Bas 2Vl Bc 30: 301 I/41: 3 0184
151 1. 1725-12-27 Cantata Süßer Trost, mein Jesus kömmt (Christmas 3) satbSATB Fl Vl Oba Str Bc 32: 1 I/3.1: 169 text by Lehms 0185
152 1. 1714-12-30 Cantata Tritt auf die Glaubensbahn (Christmas I) sb Fl Ob Va Vdg Bc 32: 17 I/3.2: 3 text by Franck, S. 0186
153 1. 1724-01-02 Cantata Schau, lieber Gott, wie meine Feind (Christmas II) atbSATB Str Bc 32: 41 I/4: 199 0187
154 1. 1724-01-09 Cantata Mein liebster Jesus ist verloren (Epiphany I) atbSATB 2Oba Str Hc Bc 32: 59 I/5: 89 0188
155 1. 1716-01-19
1724-01-16
Cantata Mein Gott, wie lang, ach lange? (Epiphany II) satbSATB Bas Str Bc 32: 83 I/5: 173 text by Franck, S. 0189
156 1. 1729-01-23 Cantata Ich steh mit einem Fuß im Grabe (Epiphany III) F major satbSATB Ob Str Bc 32: 97 I/6: 91 text by Picander; after BWV 1056R/2?; → BWV 1056/2 0190
157 1. 1727-02-06 Cantata Ich lasse dich nicht, du segnest mich denn (funeral; later: Purification) tbSATB Fl Oba Str Bc 32: 115 I/34: 41 text by Picander 0191
158 1. Cantata Der Friede sei mit dir (Purification; later: Easter 3) sbSATB Ob Vl Bc 32: 141 I/10: 129 in SBB P 1047, St 634 0192
159 1. 1729-02-27 Cantata Sehet, wir gehn hinauf gen Jerusalem (Estomihi) satbSATB Ob Str Bc 32: 155 I/8: 153 text by Picander 0193
161, v1 1. 1716-09-27 Cantata Komm, du süße Todesstunde (Trinity XVI; 1st version) atSATB 2Fl Str Org Bc 33: 1 I/23: 1 text by Franck, S.; → BWV 161, v2 0195
161, v2 1. 1723–1750? Cantata Komm, du süße Todesstunde (Trinity XVI; 2nd version) satSATB 2Fl Str Bc 33: 1 I/23: 33 text by Franck, S.; after BWV 161, v1 0196
162 1. 1716-10-25
1723-10-10
Cantata Ach! ich sehe, itzt, da ich zur Hochzeit gehe (Trinity XX) satbSATB Hn Str Bc 33: 29 I/25: 21 text by Franck, S. 0197
163 1. 1715-11-24 Cantata Nur jedem das Seine (Trinity XXIII) satbSATB Str 2Vc Bc 33: 47 I/26: 77 text by Franck, S. 0198
164 1. 1725-08-26 Cantata Ihr, die ihr euch von Christo nennet (Trinity XIII) satbSATB 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc 33: 65 I/21: 57 text by Franck, S. 0199
165 1. 1715-06-16
1724-06-04
Cantata O heilges Geist- und Wasserbad (Trinity) satbSATB Fag Str Bc 33: 89 I/15: 1 text by Franck, S.; in SBB Am.B 105 0200
166 1. 1724-05-07 Cantata Wo gehest du hin? (Cantate) satbSATB Ob Str Bc 33: 105 I/12: 1 text by Franck, S.; → BWV 584 0201
167 1. 1723-06-24 Cantata Ihr Menschen, rühmet Gottes Liebe (24 June: feast of John the Baptist) satbSATB Tr Ob Odc Str Bc 33: 123 I/29: 1 0202
168 1. 1725-07-29 Cantata Tue Rechnung! Donnerwort (Trinity IX) satbSATB 2Oba Str Bc 33: 147 I/19: 87 text by Franck, S. 0203
169 1. 1726-10-20 Cantata Gott soll allein mein Herze haben (Trinity XVIII) aSATB 2Oba Tai Str Org Bc 33: 167 I/24: 59 text by Birkmann; → BWV 1053/1, /2 0204
170 1. 1726-07-28 Cantata Vergnügte Ruh, beliebte Seelenlust (Trinity VI) a Oba Fl Str Org Bc 33: 193 I/17.2: 61 text by Lehms 0205
171 1. 1729-01-01 Cantata Gott, wie dein Name, so ist auch dein Ruhm (New Year) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Str Bc 35: 1 I/4: 131 text by Picander; after BWV 205 0206
172, v1 1. 1714-05-20 Cantata Erschallet, ihr Lieder, erklinget, ihr Saiten! (Pentecost; 1st version = Weimar version; incomplete) C major (SATB) 3Tr Tmp (Fl? Ob 2)Vl 2Va Vc Bas (Bc) I/13 text by Franck, S.?; → BWV 172, v2 0207
172, v2 1. 1724-05-28 Cantata Erschallet, ihr Lieder, erklinget, ihr Saiten! (Pentecost; 2nd version = 1st Leipzig version) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp Fl Ob Oba Bas 2Vl 2Va Vc Bc 35: 35 I/13: 1 text by Franck, S.?; after BWV 172, v1; → BWV 172, v3 0208
172, v3 1. 1731-05-13 Cantata Erschallet, ihr Lieder, erklinget, ihr Saiten! (Pentecost; 3rd version = 2nd Leipzig version) C major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp Ob Bas 2Vl 2Va Vc Org Bc 35: 35 I/13: 33 text by Franck, S.?; after BWV 172, v2 0209
173 1. 1727-06-02
1731-05-14
Cantata Erhöhtes Fleisch und Blut (Pentecost 2) satbSATB 2Fl Str Bc 35: 71 I/14: 1 after BWV 173a 0210
173a 1. 1722-12-10 Secular cantata Durchlauchtster Leopold (birthday of Leopold of Anhalt-Köthen) satbSATB 2Fl Str Bc 34: 1 I/35: 95 BWV 173 0211
174 1. 1729-06-06 Cantata Ich liebe den Höchsten von ganzem Gemüte (Pentecost 2) atbSATB 2Cdc 2Ob Tai 3Vl 3Va 3Vc Str Bc 35: 103 I/14: 63 text by Picander; after BWV 1048/1 0212
175 1. 1725-05-22 Cantata Er rufet seinen Schafen mit Namen (Pentecost 3) atbSATB 2Tr 3Fl Str Vc Bc 35: 159 I/14: 147 text by Ziegler, C. M. 0213
176 1. 1725-05-27 Cantata Es ist ein trotzig und verzagt Ding (Trinity) sabSATB 2Ob Odc Str Bc 35: 179 I/15: 17 text by Ziegler, C. M. 0214
177 1. 1732-07-06 Cantata Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (Trinity IV) satSATB 2Ob Odc Bas Vl Str Bc 35: 199 I/17.1: 77 text by Agricola, J. 0215
178 1. 1724-07-30 Cantata Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält (Trinity VIII) atbSATB Hn 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc 35: 235 I/18: 159 0216
179 1. 1723-08-08 Cantata Siehe zu, daß deine Gottesfurcht nicht Heuchelei sei (Trinity XI) stbSATB 2Ob 2Odc Str Bc 35: 273 I/20: 55 BWV 236/1, /5, 234/4 0217
180 1. 1724-10-22 Cantata Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele (Trinity XX) satbSATB 2Fl Fl Ob Odc Str Vc Bc 35: 293 I/25: 41 0218
181 1. 1724-02-13 Cantata Leichtgesinnte Flattergeister (Sexagesima) satbSATB Tr Fl Ob Str Bc 37: 1 I/7: 133 0219
182 1. 1714-03-25
1724-03-25
1728-03-21
Cantata Himmelskönig, sei willkommen (Palm Sunday) G major atbSATB Fl (Ob 2)Vl 2Va Bc 37: 21 I/8.2: 1 text by Franck, S.? 0220
183 1. 1725-05-13 Cantata Sie werden euch in den Bann tun (Exaudi) satbSATB 2Oba 2Odc Str Vc Bc 37: 59 I/12: 187 text by Ziegler, C. M. 0221
184 1. 1724-05-30
1727-06-03
1731-05-15
Cantata Erwünschtes Freudenlicht (Pentecost 3) satSATB 2Fl Str Bc 37: 75 I/14: 119 after BWV 184a/1–/4, /6 0222
184a 1. 1721-01-01 Secular cantata for New Year (incomplete) sb 2Fl Vl Str Bc (?) I/35 BWV 184/1–/4, /6 0223
185 1. 1715-07-14
1723-06-20
Cantata Barmherziges Herze der ewigen Liebe (Trinity IV) satbSATB Ob/Tr Str Bc Bas 37: 101 I/17.1: 1 text by Franck, S. 0224
186 1. 1723-07-11 Cantata Ärgre dich, o Seele, nicht (Trinity VII) satbSATB 2Ob Tai Bas Str Bc 37: 119 I/18: 15 text by Franck, S. (reworked); after BWV 186a/1–/5 0225
186a 1. 1716-12-13 Cantata Ärgre dich, o Seele, nicht (Advent III; incomplete) stbSATB 2Ob Odc Tai Bas Str Bc I/1 text by Franck, S.; → BWV 186/1, /3, /5, /8, /10 0226
187 1. 1726-08-04 Cantata Es wartet alles auf dich (Trinity VII) sabSATB 2Ob Str Bc 37: 155 I/18: 91 BWV 235/6, /4, /3, /5 0227
188 1. 1728-10-17 Cantata Ich habe meine Zuversicht (Trinity XXI) D minor satbSATB 2Ob Tai Str Org Bc 37: 193 I/25: 265 text by Picander; after BWV 1052R/3?; → BWV 1052/3 0228
190 1. 1724-01-01 Cantata Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied (New Year; incomplete) atbSATB 3Tr Tmp 3Ob Oba Bas Str Bc 37: 227 I/4: 1 BWV 190a/1, /2, /3, /5 0230
190a 1. 1730-06-25 Cantata Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied (200th anniversary of the Augsb. Confess.; incomplete) atbSATB 3Tr Tmp 3Ob Str Bc (?) I/34 text by Picander; after BWV 190/1, /2, /3, /5 0231
191 1. 1743–1746 Cantata Gloria in excelsis Deo (Christmas) stSSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc 41: 1 I/2: 171 after BWV 232/4, /5, /8, /12 0232
192 1. autumn 1730? Cantata Nun danket alle Gott (incomplete) sbSATB 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc 41: 65 I/34: 107 text by Rinkart 0233
193 1. 1727-08-25 Cantata Ihr Tore zu Zion (council election; incomplete) saSA(TB) 2Ob Str (Bc) 41: 91 I/32.1: 201 after BWV 193a/1, /7, /9 0234
193a 1. 1727-08-03 Secular cantata Ihr Häuser des Himmels, ihr scheinenden Lichter (name day of Friedrich August II; incomplete) saSA(TB) 2Ob Str (Bc) I/36 text by Picander; → BWV 193/1, /3, /5 0235
194, 1st Leipz. v. 1. 1724-06-04
1731-05-20
Cantata Höchsterwünschtes Freudenfest (Trinity; 1st Leipzig version) B major stbSATB 3Ob Bas Str Bc 29: 99 I/31 after BWV 194, Störmth. v.; → 2nd Leipz. v. 0236
194, 2nd Leipz. v. 1. 1726-06-16 Cantata Höchsterwünschtes Freudenfest? (Trinity; 2nd Leipzig version) B major stbSATB 3Ob Bas Str Bc 29: 99 I/31: 235 after BWV 194, 1st Leipz. v./12, /2, /3, /4, /5, /7, /10 0237
194, Störmth. v. 1. 1723-11-02 Cantata Höchsterwünschtes Freudenfest (Störmthal version: consecration of church and organ) B major sabSATB 3Ob Bas Str Bc 29: 99 I/31: 123 after BWV 194a/1, /3, /5, /7, /9; → 1st Leipz. v. 0238
194a 1. 1717–1723? Secular cantata model for BWV 194 (incomplete) B major 3Ob Str &? I/35 BWV 194, Störmth. v./1, /3, /5, /8, /10 0239
195, last v. 1. c.1748–1749 Cantata Dem Gerechten muß das Licht (wedding; last version) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Hn 2Fl 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc 131: 1 I/33: 171 after BWV 195, v2 0242
195, v1 1. 1727–1731 Cantata Dem Gerechten muß das Licht (wedding; 1st version, lost) SATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/33 BWV 195, v2 0240
195, v2 1. c.1742 Cantata Dem Gerechten muß das Licht (wedding; 2nd version, incomplete) SATB &? I/33 after BWV 195, v1, 30a/5, /1; → last v. 0241
196 1. 1708-06-05? Cantata Der Herr denket an uns (wedding) stbSATB Str Bc 131: 71 I/33: 1 text after Ps. 115: 12–15 0243
197 1. 1736–1737 Cantata Gott ist unsre Zuversicht (wedding) sabSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob 2Oba Bas Str Bc 131: 95 I/33: 117 after BWV 197a 0244
197a 1. 1728-12-25 Cantata Ehre sei Gott in der Höhe (Christmas; incomplete) abSATB 2Fl Oba Bas Str Vc Bc 41: 109 I/2: 63 text by Picander; → BWV 197 0245
198 1. 1727-10-17 Secular cantata Laß, Fürstin, laß noch einen Strahl a.k.a. Trauer-Ode (funeral ceremony for Christiane Eberhardine) satbSATB 2Fl 2Ob 2Oba Str 2Vdg 2Lu Bc 133: 1
44: 54
I/38: 179 text by Gottsched, J. C.; ↔ BWV 244a, 247 0246
199, Köth. v. 1. 1720–1721 Cantata Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut (Trinity XI; Köthen version; incomplete) D minor s Ob Str Vdg Bc 41: 202 I/20: 48 text by Lehms; after BWV 199, Weim. v.; → Leipz. v. 0247
199, Leipz. v. 1. 1723-08-08 Cantata Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut (Trinity XI; Leipzig version) D minor s Ob Str Vc Bc I/20: 23 text by Lehms; after BWV 199, Köth. v. 0248
199, Weim. v. 1. 1714-08-12 Cantata Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut (Trinity XI; Weimar version) C minor s Ob Str Bc NBG 132 I/20: 1 text by Lehms; → BWV 199, Köth. v. 0249
200 1. 1742–1743 (JSB) Aria Bekennen will ich seinen Namen (from a cantata for Purification?) a (2Vl) Bc I/28.1: 189 by Stölzel; arr. by Bach 0250
201 1. autumn 1729 Secular cantata Geschwinde, ihr wirbelnden Winde a.k.a. Der Streit zwischen Phoebus und Pan (dramma per musica) sattbb 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob Oba Str Bc 112: 1
44: 85
I/40: 117 text by Picander 0251
202 1. c.1718? Secular cantata Weichet nur, betrübte Schatten (wedding) G major s Ob Str Bc 112: 73 I/40: 1 in D-LEb Peters Ms. R 8 0252
203 1. c.1720? Secular cantata Amore traditore A minor b Hc 112: 91 I/41: 31 0253
204 1. 1726–1727 Secular cantata Ich bin in mir vergnügt a.k.a. Von der Vergnügsamkeit B major s Fl 2Ob Str Bc 112: 103 I/40: 79 text by Hunold (reworked) 0254
205 1. 1725-08-03 Secular cantata Zerreißet, zersprenget, zertrümmert die Gruft a.k.a. Der zufriedengestellte Aeolus (dramma per musica for August Friedrich Müller) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Hn 2Fl 2Ob Oba Str Va Vdg Bc 112: 137
44: 39
I/38: 1 text by Picander; → BWV 205a/1–/7, /9–/11, /13, /15, 171, 216 0255
205a 1. 1734-02-19 Secular cantata Blast Lärmen, ihr Feinde (dramma per musica; music lost but largely reconstructable; coronation of Augustus III) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Hn 2Fl 2Ob Oba Str Va Vdg Bc I/37 after BWV 205/1–/7, /9–/11, /13, /15 0256
206, v1 1. 1736-10-07
(1734?)
Secular cantata Schleicht, spielende Wellen (dramma per musica; 1st version: birthday of Augustus III) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 3Fl 2Oba Str Bc 202: 1 I/36: 157 BWV 206, v2 0257
206, v2 1. 1740-08-03 Secular cantata Schleicht, spielende Wellen (dramma per musica; 2nd version: name day of Augustus III) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 3Fl 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc I/36: 157 after BWV 206, v1 0258
207 1. 1726-12-11 Secular cantata Vereinigte Zwietracht der wechselnden Saiten (dramma per musica; appointment of professor Gottlieb Kortte) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Oba Tai Str Bc 202: 71 I/38: 97 after BWV 1046/3; → BWV 207a/1, /3, /5, /7–/9 0259
207a 1. 1735-08-03 Secular cantata Auf, schmetternde Töne der muntern Trompeten (dramma per musica; name day of Augustus III) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Oba Tai Str Bc 202: 139
34: 345
I/37: 1 after BWV 207/1, /3, /5, /7–/9 0260
208, v1 1. 1713-02-23 Secular cantata Was mir behagt, ist nur die muntre Jagd a.k.a. Hunting Cantata (1st version: birthday of Christian of Saxe-Weissenfels) F major sstb 2Hn 2Fl 2Ob Tai Bas Str Vc Bc (Vne) 29: 1 I/35: 1 text by Franck, S.; → BWV 208, v2; 1040 0261
208, v2 1. c.1715 Secular cantata Was mir behagt, ist nur die muntre Jagd a.k.a. Hunting Cantata (2nd version: for Ernst August I of Saxe-Weimar) F major sstb 2Hn 2Fl 2Ob Tai Bas Str Vc Bc (Vne) 29: 1 I/35: 1 text by Franck, S.; after BWV 208, v1; → BWV 208a, 68/4, /2, 149/1 0262
1040 1. 1713-02-23 Trio (a.k.a. (Canonic) Trio Sonata; postlude to the Hunting Cantata?) F major Vl Ob Bc 29: 230 I/35: 1 after BWV 208/13; =BWV 208/13a 1222
208a 1. 1742-08-03 Secular cantata Was mir behagt, ist nur die muntre Jagd (3rd version: name day of Augustus III) F major sstb 2Hn 2Fl 2Ob Tai Bas Str Vc Bc (Vne)? I/37 text by Franck, S.; after BWV 208, v2 0263
209 1. 1747? Secular cantata Non sa che sia dolore (farewell of Lorenz Albrecht Beck?) B minor s Fl Str Bc 29: 43 I/41: 43 0264
210 1. 1741-09-19 Secular cantata O holder Tag, erwünschte Zeit (wedding) A major s Fl Oba Str Hc Vne 29: 67 I/40: 35 after BWV 210a/1–/2, /4, /8, /10 0265
210a 1. 1729-01-12 Secular cantata O angenehme Melodei (incomplete; homage to Christian of Saxe-Weissenfels) A major s (Fl Oba Str Bc)? 29: 245 I/39: 141 BWV 210/1–/2, /4, /8, /10 0266
211 1. c.1734 Secular cantata Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht a.k.a. Coffee Cantata G major stb Fl Str Hc Bc 29: 139
44: 86
I/40: 193 text by Picander 0267
212 1. 1742-08-30 Secular cantata Mer hahn en neue Oberkeet a.k.a. Peasant Cantata (Cantate burlesque; homage to Carl Heinrich von Dieskau) G major sb Hn Fl Str Bc 29: 173
44: 132
I/39: 151 text by Picander 0268
213 1. 1733-09-05 Secular cantata Laßt uns sorgen, laßt uns wachen a.k.a. Hercules auf dem Scheidewege (dramma per musica; birthday of Frederick Christian of Saxony) satbSATB 2Hn 2Ob Oba 2Vl 2Va Bc 34: 119 I/36: 1 text by Picander; → BWV 248 0269
214 1. 1733-12-08 Secular cantata Tönet, ihr Pauken! Erschallet, Trompeten! (birthday of queen Maria Josepha) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob Oba Str Vne Bc 34: 175 I/36: 89 text by Picander; → BWV 248 0270
215 1. 1734-10-05 Secular cantata Preise dein Glücke, gesegnetes Sachsen (anniversary of the election of Augustus III as king of Poland) D major stb2SATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob Oba Str Va Bc 34: 243 I/37: 85 text by Clauder 0271
216 1. 1728-02-05 Secular cantata Vergnügte Pleißenstadt (wedding; incomplete) sa &? I/40: 21 text by Picander; after BWV 205/13; → BWV 216a/1, /3, /5, /7 0272
216a 1. 1728–1731 Secular cantata Erwählte Pleißenstadt a.k.a. Apollo et Mercurius (incomplete) sa &? I/39 after BWV 216/1, /3, /5, /7 0273
2. Motets Up ↑
225 2. New Year 1727? Motet Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied B major 2SATB (+colla parte instruments?) 39: 3 III/1: 1 text by Gramann (/2: after Ps. 103), after Ps. 149: 1–3 (/1) and Ps. 150: 2, 6 (/3) 0282
226 2. 1729-10-20 Motet Der Geist hilft unser Schwachheit auf (funeral of Johann Heinrich Ernesti) B major 2SATB Str Vc 2Ob Tai Bas 39: 41 III/1: 39 text by Luther and after Rom. 8: 26–27 0283
227 2. before c.1735 Motet Jesu, meine Freude (funeral) E minor SSATB (+colla parte instr.?) 39: 61 III/1: 77 text by Franck, J. and after Rom. 8: 1–2, 9–11 0284
228 2. 1726-02-04 or earlier Motet Fürchte dich nicht (funeral) A major 2SATB (+colla parte instr.?) 39: 87 III/1: 107 text by Gerhardt and after Is. 41: 10 and 43: 1 0285
229 2. 1731–1732 or earlier Motet Komm, Jesu, komm (funeral) G minor 2SATB (+colla parte instr.) 39: 109 III/1: 127 text by Thymich 0286
230 2. Motet Lobet den Herrn, alle Heiden C major SATB Bc (+colla parte instr.?) 39: 129 III/1: 149 text after Ps. 117 0287
231






see BWV 28/2a 0288
118, v1 2. 1736 Motet O Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht (funeral) SATB 2Hn Cnt 3Tbn 24: 185 III/1: 163 text by Behm; → BWV 118 v2 0143
118, v2 2. 1746–1747 Motet O Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht (funeral) SATB 2Ob Tai Bas 2Hn Str Bc NBG 171 III/1: 171 text by Behm; after BWV 118 v1 0143
3. Masses, Mass movements, Magnificat Up ↑
232 3. Aug. 1748 – Oct. 1749 (compilation, completion) Mass a.k.a. Hohe Messe, Mass in B minor B minor ssatbSSAATB 3Tr Tmp Hn 2Fl 3Ob 2Oba 2Bas Vl Str Bc 6 II/1 after BWV 232I e. v., II/1 e. v., III e. v., 171/1, 12/2, 120/2, Anh. 11/1, Anh. 196/3 0289
232I e. v. 3. 1733-07-27 Kyrie–Gloria Mass for the Dresden court (Mass in B Minor, Part I: Missa; early version) B minor ssatbSSATB 3Tr Tmp Hn 2Fl 2Oba 2Bas Vl Str Bc II/1a after BWV 29/1, 46/1; → BWV 191, 232I 0290
233 3. 1738–1739? Kyrie–Gloria Mass F major sabSATB 2Hn 2Ob Bas Str Bc 8: 1 II/2: 197 after BWV 233a, 102/3, /5, 40/1 0291
233a 3. 1708-04-06? Kyrie "Christe, du Lamm Gottes" F major SSATB Bc 41: 187 II/2: 285 text after Ordinarium Missae; → BWV 233/1 0292
234 3. c.1738 Kyrie–Gloria Mass A major sabSATB 2Fl Str Bc 8: 51 II/2: 1 after BWV 67/6, 138/5, 179/5, 79/2 0293
235 3. 1738–1739? Kyrie–Gloria Mass G minor atbSATB 2Ob Str Bc 8: 99 II/2: 127 after BWV 102/1, 72/1, 187/4, /3, /5, /1 0294
236 3. 1738–1739? Kyrie–Gloria Mass G major satbSATB 2Ob Str Bc 8: 155 II/2: 61 after BWV 179/1, /3, 79/1, /5, 138/5, 17/1 0295
1081 3. c.1747 – Aug. 1748 Credo intonation for Mass No. 5 in F major of G. B. Bassani's Acroama Missale F major SATB Bc II/2 BNB I/B/48 1267
237 3. 1723-06-24? Sanctus C major SATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Str Bc 111: 67 II/2: 311 0296
238 3. 1723-12-25
1736–1737
Sanctus D major SATB Cnt Str Bc 111: 79 II/2: 325 0297
240 3. 1742 (JSB) Sanctus G major SATB 2Ob Str Bc 111: 93 II/9: 3 0299
241 3. Jul. 1747 – Aug. 1748 (JSB) Sanctus of Missa superba D major 2SATB 2Oba 2Vl 3Va Bas Vc Vne Bc 41: 177 II/9: 45 by Kerll; arr. by Bach 0300
242 3. 1727–1732 (JSB) Christe eleison for a Kyrie-Gloria Mass in C minor by F. Durante G minor SA Bc 41: 197 II/2: 295 BWV Anh. 26/2 0301
243 3. 1733-07-02?
1732–1735
Magnificat (2nd version: Visitation?) D major ssatbSSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob 2Oba Str Bas Vc Vne Bc 111: 1 II/3: 65 after BWV 243a 0302
243a 3. 1723-07-02
1723-12-25
Magnificat (1st version:Visitation, and with 4 laudes added: Christmas) E major ssatbSSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc 111: 103 II/3: 1 BWV 243 0303
1082 3. 1740–1742 (JSB) Suscepit Israel from a Magnificat by A. Caldara E minor SATB 2Vl Bc II/9: 59 by Caldara (BNB I/C/1); arr. by Bach 1268
1083 3. 1745–1747 (JSB) Cantata Tilge, Höchster, meine Sünden sa 2Vl Str Vne Vc Bc I/41: 169 by Pergolesi; arr. by Bach; text after Ps. 51 1269
4. Passions, Oratorios Up ↑
244 4. 1736-03-30
1742
1743–1746
Passion St Matthew Passion (later versions; Good Friday) E minor 2satb2SATB 2Fl 4Fl 4Ob 4Oba 2Odc 2Str 2Vdg 2Bc 4
44: 58
II/5 text by Picander, Albert of Prussia, Decius, Gerhardt, Heermann, Heyden, Reusner, Rist; after BWV 244b 0304
244a 4. 1729-03-24 Cantata Klagt, Kinder, klagt es aller Welt (funeral of Leopold of Anhalt-Köthen; music lost but partially reconstructable) I/34 text by Picander; ↔ BWV 198/1, /10, 244b/6, /8, /39, /49, /57, /23, /20, /65, /13, /68 0305
244b 4. 1727-04-11
and/or
1729-04-15
Passion St Matthew Passion (early version; Good Friday) E minor satb2SATB 4Fl 4Ob 4Oba 2Odc 2Str Lu Bc II/5a
II/5b
text by Picander, Albert of Prussia, Decius, Gerhardt, Heermann, Keymann, Reusner, Rist; ↔ BWV 198, 244a; → BWV 244 0306
245, v1 4. 1724-04-07 Passion St John Passion (1st version; Good Friday) satbSATB (2Fl?) 2Ob 2Odc Str 2Va Vdg Lu Bc 121
44: 26
II/4: 40 text by Heermann, Luther, Gerhardt, Stockmann, Weiße, Herberger, Schalling; → BWV 245, v2–v4 0307
245, v2
245a
245b
245c
4. 1725-03-30 Passion St John Passion (2nd version; Good Friday) satbSATB 2Fl 2Ob 2Odc Str Vdg Bc 121 II/4: 167 text by Heyden, Heermann, Luther, Gerhardt, Stockmann, Weiße, Herberger, Schalling; after BWV 23/4, 245, v1; → BWV 244/29, 245, v3 0308
245, v3 4. 1732-04-11 Passion St John Passion (3rd version; Good Friday) satbSATB 2Fl 2Ob Str Vdg Org Bc 121
44: 26
II/4: 206 text by Heermann, Luther, Gerhardt, Stockmann, Weiße, Herberger, Schalling; after BWV 245, v1, v2; → BWV 245, v4 0309
245, v4 4. 1749-04-04 Passion St John Passion (4th version; Good Friday) satbSATB 2Fl 2Ob 2Oba Odc Bas Str Vdg Hc Bc 121
44: 26
II/4 text by Heermann, Luther, Gerhardt, Stockmann, Weiße, Herberger, Schalling; after BWV 245, v1–v3 0310
246/40a 4. 1743-1745 (JSB) Chorale Aus der Tiefen rufe ich, No. 40 of St Luke Passion t Str Bc (?) II/9: 65 arr. by Bach; after BWV 246/40 0312
247 4. 1731-03-23
1744-04-03
Passion St Mark Passion (Good Friday; music lost but in part reconstructable) satbSATB 2Fl 2Ob 2Oba 2Vl 2Va (2Vdg 2Lu) Org Bc (?) II/5 text by Picander, Jonas, Reusner, Gerhardt, Rist, Kritzelmann (de), Schein, Stockmann, Franck, J., Homburg (de), Luther, Spee; after BWV 198/1, /5, /3, /8, /10 (or 244a/7), 54/1, 248/28?, /45, 7/2? 0313
1088 4. c.1750? Arioso So heb ich denn mein Auge sehnlich auf, No. 20 in Passion Oratorio Wer ist der, so von Edom kömmt (Good Friday) b 2Bas Bc (?) I/41: 125 1274
248I 4. 1734-12-25 Cantata Jauchzet, frohlocket, auf, preiset die Tage (Christmas Oratorio, Part I; Christmas) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc 51: 2
44: 125
II/6 text by Picander?, Gerhardt, Luther; after BWV 214/1, /7, 213/9 0314
248II 4. 1734-12-26 Cantata Und es waren Hirten in derselben Gegend (Christmas Oratorio, Part II; Christmas 2) G major satbSATB 2Fl 2Oba 2Odc Str Bc 51: 50
44: 126
II/6 text by Picander?, Rist, Gerhardt; after BWV 214/5, 213/3 0314
248III 4. 1734-12-27 Cantata Herrscher des Himmels, erhöre das Lallen (Christmas Oratorio, Part III; Christmas 3) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc 51: 94 II/6 text by Picander?, Gerhardt, Luther, Runge; after BWV 214/9, 213/11 0314
248IV 4. 1735-01-01 Cantata Fallt mit Danken, fallt mit Loben (Christmas Oratorio, Part IV; New Year) F major satbSATB 2Hn 2Ob Str Bc 51: 128 II/6 text by Picander?, Rist; after BWV 213/1, /5, /7 0314
248V 4. 1735-01-02 Cantata Ehre sei dir, Gott, gesungen (Christmas Oratorio, Part V; New Year I) A major satbSATB 2Oba Str Bc 51: 128 II/6 text by Picander?, Weissel, Franck, J.; after BWV 247/39b, 215/7 0314
248VI 4. 1735-01-06 Cantata Herr, wenn die stolzen Feinde schnauben (Christmas Oratorio, Part VI; Epiphany) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc 51: 210 II/6 text by Picander?, Gerhardt, Werner; after BWV 248VIa 0314
248VIa 4. 1734 or earlier Cantata model for BWV 248VI D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc II/6 after Anh. 10/1; → BWV 248/54, /56–/57, /61–/64 0315
249 4. 1743–1746
1749-04-06
1750-03-26
Oratorio Kommt, eilet und laufet (Easter Oratorio; Easter) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp Fl 2Fl 2Ob Oba Str Bc 213 II/7: 1 text by Picander?; after BWV 249, e. v. 0316
249, e. v. 4. 1725-04-01
c.1738
Cantata Kommt, fliehet und eilet (Easter Oratorio, early versions: first version as cantata; Easter) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp Fl 2Fl 2Ob Oba Vl Str Bc II/7: 97 text by Picander?; after BWV 249a; → BWV 249 0317
249a 4. 1725-02-23 Secular cantata Entfliehet, verschwindet, entweichet, ihr Sorgen, a.k.a. Shepherd Cantata (birthday of Christian of Saxe-Weissenfels; music lost but in part reconstructable) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp Fl 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/35 text by Picander; → BWV 249, e. v./1–/3, /5, /7, /9, /11; 249b 0318
249b 4. 1726-08-25 Secular cantata Verjaget, zerstreuet, zerrüttet, ihr Sterne a.k.a. Die Feier des Genius (dramma per musica; birthday of Joachim Friedrich von Flemming (de); music lost but in part reconstructable) I/39 text by Picander; after BWV 249a/1–/3, /5, /7, /9, /11 0319
11 4. 1735-05-19 Oratorio Meine Seufzer, meine Tränen (Epiphany II) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc 2: 1 II/8 text by Picander?, Rist, Sacer 0013
5. Four-part chorales Up ↑
250 5. 1734–1738 Chorale Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan (Three wedding chorales No. 1) SATB 2Hn Ob Oba Str Bc 131: 147 III/2.1: 3 text by Rodigast 0320
251 5. 1734–1738 Chorale Sei Lob und Ehr dem höchsten Gut (Three wedding chorales No. 2) SATB 2Hn Ob Oba Str Bc 131: 148 III/2.1: 4 text by Schütz, J. J. 0321
252 5. 1734–1738 Chorale Nun danket alle Gott (Three wedding chorales No. 3) SATB 2Hn Ob Oba Str Bc 131: 149 III/2.1: 5 text by Rinkart 0322
253 5. Chorale Ach bleib bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ SATB 39: 177 III/2 text by Calvisius; ↔ BWV 414 0323
254 5. Chorale Ach Gott, erhör mein Seufzen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0324
255 5. Chorale Ach Gott und Herr SATB 39: 177 III/2 0325
256 5. Chorale Ach lieben Christen, seid getrost SATB 39: 177 III/2 0326
259 5. Chorale Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0329
260 5. Chorale Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr SATB 39: 177 III/2 0330
261 5. Chorale Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ SATB 39: 177 III/2 0331
262 5. Chorale Alle Menschen müssen sterben SATB 39: 177 III/2 0332
263 5. Chorale Alles ist an Gottes Segen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0333
264 5. Chorale Als der gütige Gott SATB 39: 177 III/2 0334
265 5. Chorale Als Jesus Christus in der Nacht SATB 39: 177 III/2 0335
266 5. Chorale Als vierzig Tag nach Ostern warn SATB 39: 177 III/2 0336
267 5. Chorale An Wasserflüssen Babylon (or) Ein Lämmlein geht und trägt die Schuld SATB 39: 177 III/2 0337
268 5. Chorale Auf, auf, mein Herz, und du mein ganzer Sinn SATB 39: 177 III/2 0338
269 5. Chorale Aus meines Herzens Grunde SATB 39: 177 III/2 0339
270 5. Chorale Befiehl du deine Wege SATB 39: 177 III/2 0340
271 5. Chorale Befiehl du deine Wege SATB 39: 177 III/2 0341
272 5. Chorale Befiehl du deine Wege SATB 39: 177 III/2 0342
273 5. Chorale Christ, der du bist der helle Tag SATB 39: 177 III/2 0343
274 5. Chorale Christe, der du bist Tag und Licht SATB 39: 177 III/2 0344
275 5. Chorale Christ, du Beistand deiner Kreuzgemeine SATB 39: 177 III/2 0345
276 5. Chorale Christ ist erstanden SATB 39: 177 III/2 0346
277 5. Chorale Christ lag in Todesbanden SATB 39: 177 III/2 0347
278 5. Chorale Christ lag in Todesbanden SATB 39: 177 III/2 0348
279 5. Chorale Christ lag in Todesbanden SATB 39: 177 III/2 0349
280 5. Chorale Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam SATB 39: 177 III/2 0350
281 5. Chorale Christus, der ist mein Leben SATB 39: 177 III/2 0351
282 5. Chorale Christus, der ist mein Leben SATB 39: 177 III/2 0352
283 5. Chorale Christus, der uns selig macht SATB 39: 177 III/2 0353
284 5. Chorale Christus ist erstanden, hat überwunden SATB 39: 177 III/2 0354
285 5. Chorale Da der Herr Christ zu Tische saß SATB 39: 177 III/2 0355
286 5. Chorale Danket dem Herrn, denn er ist sehr freundlich SATB 39: 177 III/2 0356
287 5. Chorale Dank sei Gott in der Höhe SATB 39: 177 III/2 0357
288 5. Chorale Das alte Jahr vergangen ist SATB 39: 177 III/2 0358
289 5. Chorale Das alte Jahr vergangen ist SATB 39: 177 III/2 0359
290 5. Chorale Das walt Gott Vater und Gott Sohn SATB 39: 177 III/2 0360
291 5. Chorale Das walt mein Gott SATB 39: 177 III/2 0361
292 5. Chorale Den Vater dort oben SATB 39: 177 III/2 0362
293 5. Chorale Der du bist drei in Einigkeit SATB 39: 177 III/2 0363
294 5. Chorale Der Tag, der ist so freudenreich SATB 39: 177 III/2 0364
295 5. Chorale Des Heilgen Geistes reiche Gnad SATB 39: 177 III/2 0365
296 5. Chorale Die Nacht ist kommen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0366
297 5. Chorale Die Sonn hat sich mit ihrem Glanz gewendet SATB 39: 177 III/2 0367
298 5. Chorale Dies sind die heilgen zehn Gebot SATB 39: 177 III/2 0368
299 5. Chorale Dir, dir, Jehova, will ich singen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0369
300 5. Chorale Du großer Schmerzensmann SATB 39: 177 III/2 0370
301 5. Chorale Du, o schönes Weltgebäude SATB 39: 177 III/2 0371
302 5. Chorale Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott SATB 39: 177 III/2 0372
303 5. Chorale Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott SATB 39: 177 III/2 0373
304 5. Chorale Eins ist not, ach Herr, dies Eine SATB 39: 177 III/2 0374
305 5. Chorale Erbarm dich mein, o Herre Gott SATB 39: 177 III/2 0375
306 5. Chorale Erstanden ist der heilig Christ SATB 39: 177 III/2 0376
307 5. Chorale Es ist gewisslich an der Zeit SATB 39: 177 III/2 0377
308 5. Chorale Es spricht der Unweisen Mund wohl SATB 39: 177 III/2 0378
309 5. Chorale Es stehn vor Gottes Throne SATB 39: 177 III/2 0379
310 5. Chorale Es wird schier der letzte Tag herkommen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0380
311 5. Chorale Es woll uns Gott gnädig sein SATB 39: 177 III/2 0381
312 5. Chorale Es woll uns Gott gnädig sein SATB 39: 177 III/2 0382
327 5. Chorale Vor deinen Thron tret ich hiermit SATB 39: 177 III/2 0397
313 5. Chorale Für Freuden lasst uns springen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0383
314 5. Chorale Gelobt seist du, Jesu Christ SATB 39: 177 III/2 0384
315 5. Chorale Gib dich zufrieden und sei stille SATB 39: 177 III/2 0385
316 5. Chorale Gott, der du selber bist das Licht SATB 39: 177 III/2 0386
317 5. Chorale Gott der Vater wohn uns bei SATB 39: 177 III/2 0387
318 5. Chorale Gottes Sohn ist kommen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0388
319 5. Chorale Gott hat das Evangelium SATB 39: 177 III/2 0389
320 5. Chorale Gott lebet noch SATB 39: 177 III/2 0390
321 5. Chorale Gottlob, es geht nunmehr zum Ende SATB 39: 177 III/2 0391
322 5. Chorale Gott sei gelobet und gebenedeiet SATB 39: 177 III/2 0392
323 5. Chorale Gott sei uns gnädig und barmherzig SATB 39: 177 III/2 0393
325 5. Chorale Heilig, heilig (or) Sanctus, Sanctus Dominus Deus Sabaoth SATB 39: 177 III/2 0395
326 5. Chorale Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir SATB 39: 177 III/2 0396
328 5. Chorale Herr Gott, dich loben wir SATB 39: 177 III/2 0398
329 5. Chorale Herr, ich denk an jene Zeit SATB 39: 177 III/2 0399
330 5. Chorale Herr, ich habe missgehandelt SATB 39: 177 III/2 0400
331 5. Chorale Herr, ich habe missgehandelt SATB 39: 177 III/2 0401
332 5. Chorale Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend SATB 39: 177 III/2 0402
333 5. Chorale Herr Jesu Christ, du hast bereit' SATB 39: 177 III/2 0403
334 5. Chorale Herr Jesu Christ, ich schrei zu dir (or) Herr Jesu Christ, du höchstes Gut SATB 39: 177 III/2 0404
335 5. Chorale Herr Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht (or) O Jesu, du mein Bräutigam SATB 39: 177 III/2 0405
336 5. Chorale Herr Jesu Christ, wahr' Mensch und Gott SATB 39: 177 III/2 0406
337 5. Chorale Herr, nun lass in Friede SATB 39: 177 III/2 0407
338 5. Chorale Herr, straf mich nicht in deinem Zorn SATB 39: 177 III/2 0408
339 5. Chorale Wer in dem Schutz des Höchsten ist (or) Herr, wie du willt, so schicks mit mir SATB 39: 177 III/2 0409
340 5. Chorale Herzlich lieb hab ich dich, o Herr SATB 39: 177 III/2 0410
341 5. Chorale Heut ist, o Mensch, ein großer Trauertag SATB 39: 177 III/2 0411
342 5. Chorale Heut triumphieret Gottes Sohn SATB 39: 177 III/2 0412
343 5. Chorale Hilf, Gott, dass mirs gelinge SATB 39: 177 III/2 0413
344 5. Chorale Hilf, Herr Jesu, lass gelingen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0414
345 5. Chorale Ich bin ja, Herr, in deiner Macht SATB 39: 177 III/2 0415
346 5. Chorale Ich dank dir, Gott, für deine Wohltat SATB 39: 177 III/2 0416
347 5. Chorale Ich dank dir, lieber Herre SATB 39: 177 III/2 0417
348 5. Chorale Ich dank dir, lieber Herre SATB 39: 177 III/2 0418
349 5. Chorale Ich dank dir schon durch deinen Sohn SATB 39: 177 III/2 0419
350 5. Chorale Ich danke dir, Herr Gott, in deinem Throne SATB 39: 177 III/2 0420
351 5. Chorale Ich hab mein Sach Gott heimgestellt SATB 39: 177 III/2 0421
366 5. Chorale Ihr Gestirn, ihr hohlen Lüfte SATB 39: 177 III/2 0436
367 5. Chorale In allen meinen Taten SATB 39: 177 III/2 0437
368 5. Chorale In dulci jubilo SATB 39: 177 III/2 0438
352 5. Chorale Jesu, der du meine Seele SATB 39: 177 III/2 0422
353 5. Chorale Jesu, der du meine Seele SATB 39: 177 III/2 0423
354 5. Chorale Jesu, der du meine Seele SATB 39: 177 III/2 0424
355 5. Chorale Jesu, der du selbsten wohl SATB 39: 177 III/2 0425
356 5. Chorale Jesu, du mein liebstes Leben SATB 39: 177 III/2 0426
357 5. Chorale Jesu, Jesu, du bist mein SATB 39: 177 III/2 0427
358 5. Chorale Jesu, meine Freude SATB 39: 177 III/2 0428
360 5. Chorale Jesu, meiner Seelen Wonne SATB 39: 177 III/2 0430
359 5. Chorale Jesu, meiner Seelen Wonne SATB 39: 177 III/2 0429
361 5. Chorale Jesu, meines Herzens Freud SATB 39: 177 III/2 0431
362 5. Chorale Jesu, nun sei gepreiset SATB 39: 177 III/2 0432
364 5. Chorale Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, der den Tod überwand SATB 39: 177 III/2 0434
363 5. Chorale Jesus Christus, unser Heiland SATB 39: 177 III/2 0433
365 5. Chorale Jesus, meine Zuversicht SATB 39: 177 III/2 0435
369 5. Chorale Keinen hat Gott verlassen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0439
370 5. Chorale Komm, Gott Schöpfer, Heiliger Geist SATB 39: 177 III/2 0440
371 5. Chorale Kyrie, Gott Vater in Ewigkeit SATB 39: 177 III/2 0441
372 5. Chorale Lass, o Herr, dein Ohr sich neigen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0442
373 5. Chorale Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier SATB 39: 177 III/2 0443
374 5. Chorale Lobet den Herren, denn er ist sehr freundlich SATB 39: 177 III/2 0444
375 5. Chorale Lobt Gott, ihr Christen, allzugleich SATB 39: 177 III/2 0445
376 5. Chorale Lobt Gott, ihr Christen allzugleich SATB 39: 177 III/2 0446
377 5. Chorale Machs mit mir, Gott, nach deiner Güt SATB 39: 177 III/2 0447
378 5. Chorale Mein Augen schließ ich jetzt in Gottes Namen zu SATB 39: 177 III/2 0448
379 5. Chorale Meinen Jesum lass ich nicht SATB 39: 177 III/2 0449
380 5. Chorale Meinen Jesum lass ich nicht SATB 39: 177 III/2 0450
324 5. Chorale Meine Seele erhebet den Herren SATB 39: 177 III/2 0394
381 5. Chorale Meines Lebens letzte Zeit SATB 39: 177 III/2 0451
382 5. Chorale Mit Fried und Freud ich fahr dahin SATB 39: 177 III/2 0452
383 5. Chorale Mitten wir im Leben sind SATB 39: 177 III/2 0453
384 5. Chorale Nicht so traurig, nicht so sehr SATB 39: 177 III/2 0454
385 5. Chorale Nun bitten wir den Heiligen Geist SATB 39: 177 III/2 0455
386 5. Chorale Nun danket alle Gott SATB 39: 177 III/2 0456
387 5. Chorale Nun freut euch, Gottes Kinder all SATB 39: 177 III/2 0457
388 5. Chorale Nun freut euch, lieben Christen gmein SATB 39: 177 III/2 0458
389 5. Chorale Nun lob, mein Seel, den Herren SATB 39: 177 III/2 0459
390 5. Chorale Nun lob, mein Seel, den Herren SATB 39: 177 III/2 0460
391 5. Chorale Nun preiset alle Gottes Barmherzigkeit SATB 39: 177 III/2 0461
392 5. Chorale Nun ruhen alle Wälder SATB 39: 177 III/2 0462
396 5. Chorale Nun sich der Tag geendet hat SATB 39: 177 III/2 0466
397 5. Chorale O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort SATB 39: 177 III/2 0467
398 5. Chorale O Gott, du frommer Gott SATB 39: 177 III/2 BWV 197a/7 0468
399 5. Chorale O Gott, du frommer Gott SATB 39: 177 III/2 0469
400 5. Chorale O Herzensangst SATB 39: 177 III/2 0470
401 5. Chorale O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig SATB 39: 177 III/2 0471
402 5. Chorale O Mensch, bewein dein Sünde groß SATB 39: 177 III/2 0472
403 5. Chorale O Mensch, schau Jesum Christum an SATB 39: 177 III/2 0473
404 5. Chorale O Traurigkeit, o Herzeleid SATB 39: 177 III/2 0474
393 5. Chorale O Welt, sieh hier dein Leben SATB 39: 177 III/2 0463
394 5. Chorale O Welt, sieh hier dein Leben SATB 39: 177 III/2 0464
395 5. Chorale O Welt, sieh hier dein Leben SATB 39: 177 III/2 0465
405 5. Chorale O wie selig seid ihr doch, ihr Frommen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0475
406 5. Chorale O wie selig seid ihr doch, ihr Frommen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0476
407 5. Chorale Es ist gewisslich an der Zeit SATB 39: 177 III/2 0477
408 5. Chorale Schaut, ihr Sünder SATB 39: 177 III/2 0478
409 5. Chorale Seelenbräutigam SATB 39: 177 III/2 0479
410 5. Chorale Sei gegrüßet, Jesu gütig SATB 39: 177 III/2 0480
411 5. Chorale Singt dem Herrn ein neues Lied SATB 39: 177 III/2 0481
412 5. Chorale So gibst du nun, mein Jesu, gute Nacht SATB 39: 177 III/2 0482
413 5. Chorale Sollt ich meinem Gott nicht singen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0483
414 5. Chorale Uns ist ein Kindlein heut geborn SATB 39: 177 III/2 0484
415 5. Chorale Valet will ich dir geben SATB 39: 177 III/2 0485
416 5. Chorale Vater unser im Himmelreich SATB 39: 177 III/2 0486
417 5. Chorale Von Gott will ich nicht lassen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0487
418 5. Chorale Von Gott will ich nicht lassen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0488
419 5. Chorale Helft mir Gotts Güte preisen (or) Von Gott will ich nicht lassen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0489
257 5. Chorale Wär Gott nicht mit uns diese Zeit SATB 39: 177 III/2 0327
420 5. Chorale Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz SATB 39: 177 III/2 0490
421 5. Chorale Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz SATB 39: 177 III/2 0491
422 5. Chorale Warum sollt ich mich denn grämen SATB 39: 177 III/2 0492
423 5. Chorale Was betrübst du dich, mein Herze SATB 39: 177 III/2 0493
424 5. Chorale Was bist du doch, o Seele, so betrübet SATB 39: 177 III/2 0494
425 5. Chorale Was willst du dich, o meine Seele, kränken SATB 39: 177 III/2 0495
426 5. Chorale Weltlich Ehr und zeitlich Gut SATB 39: 177 III/2 0496
427 5. Chorale Wenn ich in Angst und Not SATB 39: 177 III/2 0497
428 5. Chorale Wenn mein Stündlein vorhanden ist SATB 39: 177 III/2 0498
429 5. Chorale Wenn mein Stündlein vorhanden ist SATB 39: 177 III/2 0499
430 5. Chorale Wenn mein Stündlein verhanden ist SATB 39: 177 III/2 0500
431 5. Chorale Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein SATB 39: 177 III/2 0501
432 5. Chorale Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein SATB 39: 177 III/2 0502
433 5. Chorale Wer Gott vertraut, hat wohl gebaut SATB 39: 177 III/2 0503
434 5. Chorale Wer weiß, wie nahe mir mein Ende (or) Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten SATB 39: 177 III/2 0504
435 5. Chorale Wie bist du, Seele, in mir so gar betrübt SATB 39: 177 III/2 0505
436 5. Chorale Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern SATB 39: 177 III/2 0506
437 5. Chorale Wir glauben all an einen Gott SATB 39: 177 III/2 0507
258 5. Chorale Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält SATB 39: 177 III/2 0328
438 5. Chorale Wo Gott zum Haus nicht gibt sein Gunst SATB 39: 177 III/2 0508
500a 5. 1726-04-19 Chorale So gehst du nun, mein Jesu, hin (in Bach's Leipzig versions of St Mark Passion attributed to Keiser) SATB Str Bc II/9: 75 text by Nachtenhöfer (de); ↔ BWV 500 0571
1084 5. 1726-04-19 Chorale O hilf Christe, Gottes Sohn (in Bach's Leipzig versions of St Mark Passion attributed to Keiser) SATB Str Bc II/9: 76 text by Weiße; after BC D 5a/14 1270
1089 5. Chorale Da Jesus an dem Kreuze stund SATB III/2.2: 216 text by Lilius (de) 1275
1122 5. before c.1735 Chorale Denket doch, ihr Menschenkinder SATB III/2.1: 31 text by Hübner?; in D-LEb Peters Ms. R 18 1720
1123 5. before c.1735 Chorale Wo Gott zum Haus gibt nicht sein Gunst SATB III/2.1: 40 text by Kolrose (de); in D-LEb Peters Ms. R 18 1721
1124 5. before c.1735 Chorale Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ SATB III/2.1: 51 text by Agricola, J.; in D-LEb Peters Ms. R 18 1722
1125 5. before c.1735 Chorale O Gott, du frommer Gott SATB III/2.1: 79 text by Heermann; in D-LEb Peters Ms. R 18 1723
1126 5. Chorale Lobet Gott, unsern Herren SATB III/2.2: 218 1724
6. Songs, Arias and Quodlibet Up ↑
439 6. 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 831: "Ach, dass nicht die letzte Stunde" (song 56/69) V Bc 39: 277 III/2.1: 104 text by Neumeister 0509
440 6. 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 171: "Auf, auf! die rechte Zeit ist hier" (song 11/69) V Bc 39: 277 III/2.1: 104 0510
441 6. 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 320: "Auf, auf, mein Herz, mit Freuden" (song 27/69) V Bc 39: 277 III/2.1: 104 0511
442 6. 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 570: "Beglückter Stand getreuer Seelen" (song 39/69) V Bc 39: 277 III/2.1: 104 0512
443 6. 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 689: "Beschränkt, ihr Weisen dieser Welt" (song 47/69) V Bc 39: 277 III/2.1: 104 0513
444 6. 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 303: "Brich entzwei, mein armes Herze" (song 24/69) V Bc 39: 277 III/2.1: 104 0514
445 6. 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 335: "Brunnquell aller Güter" (song 29/69) V Bc 39: 277 III/2.1: 104 0515
446 6. 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 39: "Der lieben Sonnen Licht und Pracht" (song 2/69) V Bc 39: 277 III/2.1: 104 0516
8. Keyboard compositions Up ↑
772 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 1 – Invention No. 1 = WFB No. 32: Preamb. 1 C major Keyboard 3: 1
451: 221
V/5: 48
V/3: 2
BWV 772a[40][41][42] 0902
772a 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 1a – Invention No. 1a C major Keyboard V/3: 4 after BWV 772 0903
773 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 2 – Invention No. 2 = WFB No. 46: Preamb. 15 C minor Keyboard 3: 2
451: 223
V/5: 76
V/3: 6
[40][41][42] 0904
774 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 3 – Invention No. 3 = WFB No. 45: Preamb. 14 D major Keyboard 3: 3
451: 223
V/5: 74
V/3: 8
[40][41][42] 0905
775 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 4 – Invention No. 4 = WFB No. 33: Preamb. 2 D minor Keyboard 3: 4
451: 221
V/5: 50
V/3: 10
[40][41][42] 0906
776 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 5 – Invention No. 5 = WFB No. 44: Preamb. 13 E major Keyboard 3: 6
451: 222
V/5: 72
V/3: 12
[40][41][42] 0907
777 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 6 – Invention No. 6 = WFB No. 43: Preamb. 12 E major Keyboard 3: 7
451: 222
V/5: 70
V/3: 14
[40][41][42] 0908
778 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 7 – Invention No. 7 = WFB No. 34: Preamb. 3 E minor Keyboard 3: 9
451: 221
V/5: 52
V/3: 16
[40][41][42] 0909
779 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 8 – Invention No. 8 = WFB No. 35: Preamb. 4 F major Keyboard 3: 10
451: 221
V/5: 54
V/3: 18
[40][41][42] 0910
780 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 9 – Invention No. 9 = WFB No. 42: Preamb. 11 F minor Keyboard 3: 11
451: 222
V/5: 68
V/3: 20
[40][41][42] 0911
781 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 10 – Invention No. 10 = WFB No. 36: Preamb. 5 G major Keyboard 3: 12
451: 221
V/5: 56
V/3: 22
[40][41][42] 0912
782 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 11 – Invention No. 11 = WFB No. 41: Preamb. 10 G minor Keyboard 3: 13
451: 222
V/5: 66
V/3: 24
[40][41][42] 0913
783 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 12 – Invention No. 12 = WFB No. 40: Preamb. 9 A major Keyboard 3: 14
451: 222
V/5: 64
V/3: 26
[40][41][42] 0914
784 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 13 – Invention No. 13 = WFB No. 37: Preamb. 6 A minor Keyboard 3: 15
451: 221
V/5: 58
V/3: 28
[40][41][42] 0915
785 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 14 – Invention No. 14 = WFB No. 39: Preamb. 8 B major Keyboard 3: 16
451: 222
V/5: 62
V/3: 30
[40][41][42] 0916
786 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 15 – Invention No. 15 = WFB No. 38: Preamb. 7 B minor Keyboard 3: 18
451: 222
V/5: 60
V/3: 32
[40][41][42] 0917
787 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 16 – Sinfonia No. 1 = WFB No. 49: Fantasia 1 C major Keyboard 3: 19
451: 227
V/5: 90
V/3: 34
[40][41][42] 0918
788 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 17 – Sinfonia No. 2 = WFB No. 63: Fantas. 15 C minor Keyboard 3: 20
451: 231
V/5: 118
V/3: 36
[40][41][42] 0919
789 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 18 – Sinfonia No. 3 = WFB No. 62: Fantas. 14 D major Keyboard 3: 22
451: 230
V/5: 116
V/3: 38
[40][41][42] 0920
790 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 19 – Sinfonia No. 4 = WFB No. 50: Fantasia 2 D minor Keyboard 3: 23
451: 227
V/5: 92
V/3: 40
[40][41][42] 0921
791 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 20 – Sinfonia No. 5 = WFB No. 61: Fantas. 13 E major Keyboard 3: 24
451: 230
V/5: 114
V/3: 42
BWV 791a[40][41][42] 0922
791a 8. 1723 Sinfonias and Inventions No. 20a – Sinfonia No. 5a E major Keyboard V/3: 44, 80 after BWV 791[40][41][42] 0923
792 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 21 – Sinfonia No. 6 = WFB No. 60: Fantas. 12 E major Keyboard 3: 26
451: 229
V/5: 112
V/3: 46
[40][41][42] 0924
793 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 22 – Sinfonia No. 7 = WFB No. 51: Fantasia 3 E minor Keyboard 3: 28
451: 227
V/5: 94
V/3: 48
[40][41][42] 0925
794 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 23 – Sinfonia No. 8 = WFB No. 52: Fantasia 4 F major Keyboard 3: 29
451: 227
V/5: 96
V/3: 50
[40][41][42] 0926
795 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 24 – Sinfonia No. 9 = WFB No. 59: Fantas. 11 F minor Keyboard 3: 30
451: 229
V/5: 110
V/3: 52
[40][41][42] 0927
796 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 25 – Sinfonia No. 10 = WFB No. 53: Fantasia 5 G major Keyboard 3: 32
451: 228
V/5: 98
V/3: 54
[40][41][42] 0928
797 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 26 – Sinfonia No. 11 = WFB No. 58: Fantas. 10 G minor Keyboard 3: 34
451: 229
V/5: 108
V/3: 56
[40][41][42] 0929
798 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 27 – Sinfonia No. 12 = WFB No. 57: Fantasia 9 A major Keyboard 3: 36
451: 229
V/5: 106
V/3: 58
[40][41][42] 0930
799 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 28 – Sinfonia No. 13 = WFB No. 54: Fantasia 6 A minor Keyboard 3: 38
451: 228
V/5: 100
V/3: 60
[40][41][42] 0931
800 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 29 – Sinfonia No. 14 = WFB No. 56: Fantasia 8 B major Keyboard 3: 40
451: 228
V/5: 104
V/3: 62
[40][41][42] 0932
801 8. 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 30 – Sinfonia No. 15 = WFB No. 55: Fantasia 7 B minor Keyboard 3: 41
451: 228
V/5: 102
V/3: 64
[40][41][42] 0933
802 8. 1739 Duet No. 1 from Clavier-Übung III E minor Organ 3: 242 IV/4: 92 0934
803 8. 1739 Duet No. 2 from Clavier-Übung III F major Organ 3: 242 IV/4: 96 0935
804 8. 1739 Duet No. 3 from Clavier-Übung III G major Organ 3: 242 IV/4: 99 0936
805 8. 1739 Duet No. 4 from Clavier-Übung III A minor Organ 3: 242 IV/4: 102 0937
806 8. 1714–1723 English Suite No. 1 A major Keyboard 451: 3 V/7: 2 0938
806a 8. 1714–1717 English Suite No. 1a A major Keyboard V/7: 116 0939
807 8. 1725 or earlier English Suite No. 2 A minor Keyboard 451: 3 V/7: 20 0940
808 8. 1725 or earlier English Suite No. 3 G minor Keyboard 451: 3 V/7: 38 0941
809 8. 1725 or earlier English Suite No. 4 F major Keyboard 451: 3 V/7: 54 0942
810 8. 1725 or earlier English Suite No. 5 E minor Keyboard 451: 3 V/7: 70 0943
811 8. 1725 or earlier English Suite No. 6 D minor Keyboard 451: 3 V/7: 90 0944
812 AMB1 8. 1720–1722 Notebook A. M. Bach (1722) No. 1 French Suite No. 1 D minor Keyboard V/4: 3 0945
812 AMB2 8. 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 30 French Suite No. 1 D minor Keyboard V/4: 109 0945
812 v.A 8. early 1750s French Suite No. 1 – Version A (Altnickol) D minor Keyboard V/8: 2 0945
812 v.B 8. French Suite No. 1 – Version B D minor Keyboard 451: 89 V/8: 64 0945
813 AMB1 8. 1720–1722 Notebook A. M. Bach (1722) No. 2, 9 French Suite No. 2 C minor Keyboard V/4: 10 0946
813 AMB2 8. 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 31 French Suite No. 2 C minor Keyboard V/4: 116 0946
813 v.A 8. early 1750s French Suite No. 2 – Version A (Altnickol) C minor Keyboard V/8: 10 0946
813a 8. French Suite No. 2 – Version B C minor Keyboard 451: 89 V/8: 72 0947
814 AMB1 8. 1720–1722 Notebook A. M. Bach (1722) No. 3, 10 French Suite No. 3 B minor Keyboard V/4: 16 0948
814 v.A 8. early 1750s French Suite No. 3 – Version A (Altnickol) B minor Keyboard V/8: 20 0948
814 v.B 8. French Suite No. 3 – Version B B minor Keyboard 451: 89 0948
814a 8. 1720–1739 French Suite No. 3 – Variant B minor Keyboard V/8: 166 after BWV 929 0949
815 AMB1 8. 1720–1722 Notebook A. M. Bach (1722) No. 4 French Suite No. 4 E major Keyboard V/4: 23 0950
815 v.A 8. early 1750s French Suite No. 4 – Version A (Altnickol) E major Keyboard V/8: 30 0950
815 v.B 8. French Suite No. 4 – Version B E major Keyboard 451: 89 V/8: 92 0950
815a 8. French Suite No. 4 – Variant E major Keyboard V/8: 176 0951
816 AMB1 8. 1724–1725 Notebook A. M. Bach (1722) No. 5 French Suite No. 5 G major Keyboard V/4: 30 0952
816 v.A 8. early 1750s French Suite No. 5 – Version A (Altnickol) G major Keyboard V/8: 40 0952
816 v.B 8. French Suite No. 5 – Version B G major Keyboard 451: 89 V/8: 102 0952
817 v.A 8. early 1750s French Suite No. 6 – Version A (Altnickol) E major Keyboard V/8: 52 0953
817 v.B 8. after 1724? French Suite No. 6 – Version B E major Keyboard 451: 89 V/8: 114 0953
818 8. 1720–1722 Suite for keyboard (early version) A minor Keyboard 36: 3 V/8: 129 0954
818a 8. after 1721 Suite for keyboard (later version) A minor Keyboard 36: 213 V/8: 146 0955
819 8. before 1726 Suite for keyboard (early version) E major Keyboard 36: 8 V/8: 136 0956
819a 8. 1725–1728 Suite for keyboard (later version) E major Keyboard 36: 217 V/8: 156 0957
820 8. 1705–1713 Suite (Ouverture) for keyboard F major Keyboard 36: 14 V/10: 43 0958
822 8. Suite for keyboard G minor Keyboard V/10: 68 after unknown model? 0960
823 8. before 1727 Suite for keyboard F minor Keyboard 36: 229 V/10: 50 0961
825 8. 1725-1726 Partita No. 1 from Clavier-Übung I B major Keyboard 3: 46 V/1: 2 0963
826 8. 1725-1727 Partita No. 2 from Clavier-Übung I C minor Keyboard 3: 56 V/1: 15 0964
827 8. 1725-1727 Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 1 = Partita No. 3 from Clavier-Übung I A minor Keyboard 3: 70 V/1: 35
V/4: 47
0964
828 8. 1725-1728 Partita No. 4 from Clavier-Übung I D major Keyboard 3: 82 V/1: 50 0966
829 8. 1725-1730 Partita No. 5 from Clavier-Übung I G major Keyboard 3: 102 V/1: 72 0967
830 8. 1725-1730 Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 2 = Partita No. 6 from Clavier-Übung I E minor Keyboard 3: 116 V/1: 90
V/4: 60
after BWV 1019a/3 /5 0968
831 8. 1733–1735 Overture in the French style (Clavier-Übung II No. 2) B minor Harpsichord 3: 154 V/2: 20 after BWV 831a 0969
831a 8. 1727–1733 Overture in the French style (early version) C minor Keyboard V/2: 43 BWV 831 0970
832 8. before 1707 Suite for keyboard A major Keyboard 42: 255 V/10: 54 in Möllersche Handschrift 0971
833 8. before 1707 Prelude and partita for keyboard F major Keyboard V/10: 60 in Möllersche Handschrift 0972
836 8. 1720–1721 Allemande, Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 6 G minor Keyboard 451: 214 V/5: 8 by Bach, W. F. & J. S.? 0975
837 8. 1720–1721 Allemande, Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 7 (incomplete) G minor Keyboard 451: 215 V/5: 10 by Bach, W. F. & J. S.? 0976
841 8. 1720–1721 Notebook A. M. Bach (1722) No. 11 Menuet = WFB No. 11: Menuet 1 G major Keyboard 36: 209
451: 215
V/5: 16 V/4: 44 by Bach, W. F. & J. S.? 0980
842 8. 1720–1721 Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 12: Menuet 2 G minor Keyboard 36: 209
451: 216
V/5: 17 by Bach, W. F. (BR A43) & J. S.? 0981
843 8. 1720–1721 Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 13: Menuet 3 G major Keyboard 36: 210
451: 216
V/5: 18 0982
846 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 1 C major Keyboard 14: 3 V/6.1: 2 after BWV 846a 0986
846/1 8. 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 29 Prelude (short version of WTC I No. 1/1) C major Keyboard V/4: 107 0986
846a 8. 1720 Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 14: Praeludium 1 (early WTC I No. 1/1) C major Keyboard 451: 216 V/5: 19
V/6.1: 127
BWV 846/1 0987
847 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 2 (/1 = WFB No. 15: Praeludium 2) C minor Keyboard 14: 6
451: 216
V/5: 20
V/6.1: 2
after BWV 847a 0988
847a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 2) C minor Keyboard V/6.1: 130 BWV 847 0989
848 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 3 (/1 = WFB No. 21: Praeludium [8]) C major Keyboard 14: 10
451: 218
V/5: 30
V/6.1: 2
after BWV 848a 0990
848a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 3) C major Keyboard V/6.1: 134 BWV 848 0991
849 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 4 (/1 = WFB No. 22: Praeludium [9]) C minor Keyboard 14: 14
451: 218
V/5: 32
V/6.1: 2
after BWV 849a 0992
849a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 4) C minor Keyboard V/6.1: 140 BWV 849 0993
850 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 5 (/1 = WFB No. 17: Praeludium 4) D major Keyboard 14: 18
451: 217
V/5: 23
V/6.1: 2
after BWV 850a 0994
850a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 5) D major Keyboard V/6.1: 146 BWV 850 0995
851 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 6 (/1 = WFB No. 16: Praeludium 3) D minor Keyboard 14: 22
451: 217
V/5: 22
V/6.1: 2
after BWV 851a 0996
851a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 6) D minor Keyboard V/6.1: 150 BWV 851 0997
852 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 7 E major Keyboard 14: 26 V/6.1: 32 after BWV 852a 0998
852a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 7) E major Keyboard V/6.1: 154 BWV 852 0999
853 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 8 (/1 = WFB No. 23: Praeludium [10]) E minor Keyboard 14: 32
451: 218
V/5: 34
V/6.1: 38
after BWV 853a; → K. 404a/1 1000
853a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 8) E minor Keyboard V/6.1: 160 BWV 853 1001
854 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 9 (/1 = WFB No. 19: Praeludium 6) E major Keyboard 14: 36
451: 218
V/5: 26
V/6.1: 44
after BWV 854a 1002
854a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 9) E major Keyboard V/6.1: 166 BWV 854 1003
855 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 10 E minor Keyboard 14: 38 V/6.1: 48 after BWV 855a 1004
855a 8. c.1720 Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 10) (/1 = WFB No. 18: Praeludium 5) E minor Keyboard 451: 217 V/5: 24
V/6.1: 170
BWV 855 1005
856 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 11 (/1 = WFB No. 20: Praeludium 7) F major Keyboard 14: 42
451: 218
V/5: 28
V/6.1: 54
after BWV 856a 1006
856a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 11) F major Keyboard V/6.1: 174 BWV 856 1007
857 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 12 (/1 = WFB No. 24: Praeludium [11]) F minor Keyboard 14: 44
451: 218
V/5: 36
V/6.1: 58
after BWV 857a 1008
857a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 12) F minor Keyboard V/6.1: 178 BWV 857 1009
858 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 13 F major Keyboard 14: 48 V/6.1: 64 after BWV 858a 1010
858a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 13) F major Keyboard V/6.1: 184 BWV 858 1011
859 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 14 F minor Keyboard 14: 50 V/6.1: 64 after BWV 859a 1012
859a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 14) F minor Keyboard V/6.1: 188 BWV 859 1013
860 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 15 G major Keyboard 14: 52 V/6.1: 72 after BWV 860a 1014
860a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 15) G major Keyboard V/6.1: 192 BWV 860 1015
861 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 16 G minor Keyboard 14: 57 V/6.1: 78 after BWV 861a 1016
861a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 16) G minor Keyboard V/6.1: 198 BWV 861 1017
862 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 17 A major Keyboard 14: 60 V/6.1: 82 after BWV 862a 1018
862a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 17) A major Keyboard V/6.1: 202 BWV 862 1019
863 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 18 G♯ minor Keyboard 14: 64 V/6.1: 86 after BWV 863a 1020
863a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 18) G minor Keyboard V/6.1: 206 BWV 863 1021
864 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 19 A major Keyboard 14: 66 V/6.1: 90 after BWV 864a 1022
864a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 19) A major Keyboard V/6.1: 210 BWV 864 1023
865 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 20 A minor Keyboard 14: 70 V/6.1: 96 after BWV 865a 1024
865a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 20) A minor Keyboard V/6.1: 216 BWV 865 1025
866 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 21 B major Keyboard 14: 74 V/6.1: 104 after BWV 866a 1026
866a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 21) B major Keyboard V/6.1: 224 BWV 866 1027
867 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 22 B minor Keyboard 14: 78 V/6.1: 108 after BWV 867a; → Hess 38 (commons) 1028
867a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 22) B minor Keyboard V/6.1: 228 BWV 867 1029
868 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 23 B major Keyboard 14: 82 V/6.1: 112 after BWV 868a 1030
868a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 23) B major Keyboard V/6.1: 232 BWV 868 1031
869 8. 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 24 B minor Keyboard 14: 84 V/6.1: 116 after BWV 869a 1032
869a 8. Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 24) B minor Keyboard V/6.1: 236 BWV 869 1033
870b
870/2
8. 1739–1742 Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 1 (version A) C major Keyboard 451: 243
14: 94
V/6.2: 2,
6, 342
1036
871 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 2 C minor Keyboard 14: 96 V/6.2: 8,
160
K. 405/1 1037
872 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 3 C major Keyboard 14: 100 V/6.2: 12,
164, 352
after BWV 872a 1038
872a/1 8. 1739–1740 Prelude (early WTC II, P. & F. No. 3/1) C major Keyboard 14: 243 V/6.2: 344 BWV 872/1 1039
872a/2 8. 1738 Fughetta (early WTC II, P. & F. No. 3/2) C major Keyboard 36: 224 V/6.2: 358 BWV 872/2 1039
873 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 4 C minor Keyboard 14: 104 V/6.2: 16,
168
1040
874 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 5 D major Keyboard 14: 108 V/6.2: 24,
176
K. 405/5 1041
875 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 6 D minor Keyboard 14: 112 V/6.2: 30
182, 348,
356
after BWV 875a 1042
875a 8. 1739–1740 Preambulum (early WTC II, P. & F. No. 6/1) D minor Keyboard 36: 224 V/6.2: 346 BWV 875/1 1043
876 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 7 E major Keyboard 14: 116 V/6.2: 36,
188, 354
K. 405/2 1044
877 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 8 D minor Keyboard 14: 120 V/6.2: 42,
194
K. 405/4 1045
878 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 9 E major Keyboard 14: 124 V/6.2: 48,
200
K. 405/3 1046
879 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 10 E minor Keyboard 14: 128 V/6.2: 54,
206
1047
880 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 11 F major Keyboard 14: 134 V/6.2: 62,
215
1048
881 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 12 F minor Keyboard 14: 138 V/6.2: 69,
221
1049
882 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 13 F major Keyboard 14: 142 V/6.2: 76,
228
K. 404a/3 1050
883 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 14 F minor Keyboard 14: 146 V/6.2: 84,
236
K. 404a/2 1051
884 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 15 G major Keyboard 14: 150 V/6.2: 90,
242, 350
after BWV 902/2 1052
885 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 16 G minor Keyboard 14: 154 V/6.2: 94,
246
1053
886 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 17 A major Keyboard 14: 160 V/6.2: 100,
108, 252
after BWV 901/2 1054
887 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 18 G♯ minor Keyboard 14: 166 V/6.2: 112,
260
1055
888 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 19 A major Keyboard 14: 172 V/6.2: 120,
268
1056
889 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 20 A minor Keyboard 14: 176 V/6.2: 124,
272
1057
890 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 21 B major Keyboard 14: 180 V/6.2: 128,
276
1058
891 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 22 B minor Keyboard 14: 186 V/6.2: 134,
282
1059
892 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 23 B major Keyboard 14: 192 V/6.2: 142,
290
1060
893 8. 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 24 B minor Keyboard 14: 198 V/6.2: 150,
298
1061
870 8. 1744 Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 1 (version B) C major Keyboard 14: 91 V/6.2: 156 after BWV 870a 1034
894 8. 1710–1717 (JTK) Prelude and Fugue A minor Keyboard 36: 91 V/9.2: 40 BWV 1044/1, /3; in SBB P 801, P 804 1062
895 8. 1709 (JCB) Prelude and Fugue A minor Keyboard 36: 104 V/9.2: 69 in Yale LM 4982 1063
896 8. 1704–1707 Prelude and Fugue A major Keyboard 36: 157 V/9.2: 72 in Möllersche Handschrift 1064
870a 8. before 1727 Prelude and Fughetta C major Keyboard 36: 224 V/6.2: 307,
310
BWV 870; in SBB P 804, P 1089 1035
899 8. before 1727 Prelude and Fughetta D minor Keyboard 36: 106 V/6.2: 314
V/12: 24
in SBB P 804, P 1089 1068
900 8. before 1727 Prelude and Fughetta E minor Keyboard 36: 108 V/6.2
V/12
in SBB P 804, P 1089 1069
901 8. before 1727 Prelude and Fughetta F major Keyboard 36: 112 V/6.2: 324 BWV 886/2; in SBB P 1089 1070
902 8. c.1729 Prelude and Fughetta G major Keyboard 36: 114 V/6.2: 328 BWV 884/2; in SBB P 804, P 1089 1071
902/1a 8. before 1727 Prelude (previous Prelude to BWV 902/2) G major Keyboard 36: 220 V/6.2: 334,
338
BWV 884/2; in SBB P 804 1072
903 8. Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue D minor Keyboard 36: 71 V/9.2: 76 after BWV 903a; in SBB P 803, P 651 1073
903a 8. Fantasia (early BWV 903/1) D minor Keyboard 36: 219 V/9.2: 90 BWV 903/1; in D-DS Mus. ms. 69 1074
904 8. before 1727 Fantasia and Fugue A minor Keyboard 36: 81 V/9.2 in SBB P 804 1075
906 8. before 1729
c.1738
Fantasia and Fugue (Fugue incomplete) C minor Keyboard 36: 145, 238 V/9.2: 110 in US-BETbc, D-Dl Mus.2405-T-52 1077
910 8. 1707–1713 Toccata F minor Kb (or) Org 3: 311 V/9.1: 1 in Andreas-Bach-Buch 1081
911 8. 1707–1713 Toccata C minor Kb (or) Org 3: 322 V/9.1: 13 in Andreas-Bach-Buch 1082
912 8. 1707–1713 Toccata D major Kb (or) Org 36: 26 V/9.1: 38 after BWV 912a 1083
912a 8. 1704–1707 Toccata D major Kb (or) Org 36: 218 V/9.1: 26 BWV 912; in Möllersche Handschrift 1084
913 8. 1707–1709 Toccata D minor Kb (or) Org 36: 36 V/9.1: 50, 63 after BWV 913a 1085
913a 8. Toccata D minor Kb (or) Org V/9.1: 52 BWV 913; publ. 1801 1086
914 8. 1707–1709 Toccata E minor Kb (or) Org 36: 47 V/9.1: 78 1087
915 8. 1707–1709 Toccata G minor Kb (or) Org 36: 54 V/9.1: 87 1088
916 8. 1707–1713 Toccata G major Kb (or) Org 36: 63 V/9.1: 100 in Andreas-Bach-Buch 1089
917 8. 1704–1707 Fantasia G minor Keyboard 36: 143 V/9.1: 14, 16 in Möllersche Handschrift 1090
918 8. Fantasia on a Rondo C minor Keyboard 36: 148 V/9.1: 14, 18 1091
921 8. 1707–1713 Prelude C minor Keyboard 36: 136 V/9.1: 24 in Andreas-Bach-Buch 1094
922 8. 1710–1714 (JTK) Prelude (Fantasia) A minor Keyboard 36: 138 V/9.2: 27, 34 in SBB P 803 1095
923 8. c.1723? Prelude B minor Keyboard 42: 211 V/9.2: 116 by Pachelbel, W. H.?; → BWV 923a; in SBB P 401 1096
924 8. c.1720 Twelve Little Preludes No. 1: Preambulum (WFB No. 2) C major Keyboard 36: 118
451: 214
V/5: 4 BWV 924a 1098
924a 8. 1720–1726 Twelve Little Preludes No. 1a: Preludium ex c (WFB No. 26) C major Keyboard 36: 221
451: 220
V/5: 41 after BWV 924; BR A44 F(add) 206 1099
925 8. 1720–1726 Twelve Little Preludes No. 4: Preludium ex d (WFB No. 27) D major Keyboard 36: 121
451: 220
V/5: 42 BR A45 F(add) 206 1100
926 8. c.1720 Twelve Little Preludes No. 5: Preludium (WFB No. 4) D minor Keyboard 36: 122
451: 214
V/5: 6 1101
927 8. 1720–1726 Twelve Little Preludes No. 8: Preambulum (WFB No. 8) F major Keyboard 36: 124
451: 215
V/5: 10 1102
928 8. 1720–1726 Twelve Little Preludes No. 9: Preludium (WFB No. 10) F major Keyboard 36: 124
451: 215
V/5: 14 1103
929 8. 1720–1726 Twelve Little Preludes No. 10: Trio for a Minuet by Stölzel (WFB No. 48e) G minor Keyboard 36: 126
451: 226
V/5: 89 1104
930 8. 1720–1726 Twelve Little Preludes No. 11: Preambulum (WFB No. 9) G minor Keyboard 36: 126
451: 215
V/5: 12 1105
931 8. 1720–1726 Preludium, Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 29 A minor Keyboard 36: 237
451: 220
V/5: 45 BR A47 F(add) 206 1106
932 8. 1720–1726 Preludium ex e, Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 28 (incomplete) E minor Keyboard 36: 237
451: 220
V/5: 44 BR A46 F(add) 206 1107
933 8. 1717–1723? Six Little Preludes No. 1 C major Keyboard 36: 128 V/9.2: 3 in SBB P 542, P 885 1108
934 8. 1717–1723? Six Little Preludes No. 2 C minor Keyboard 36: 128 V/9.2: 4 in SBB P 542, P 885 1109
935 8. 1717–1723? Six Little Preludes No. 3 D minor Keyboard 36: 130 V/9.2: 5 in SBB P 542, P 885 1110
936 8. 1717–1723? Six Little Preludes No. 4 D major Keyboard 36: 131 V/9.2: 6 in SBB P 542, P 885 1111
937 8. 1717–1723? Six Little Preludes No. 5 E major Keyboard 36: 132 V/9.2: 8 in SBB P 542, P 885 1112
938 8. 1717–1723? Six Little Preludes No. 6 E minor Keyboard 36: 133 V/9.2: 10 in SBB P 542, P 885 1113
939 8. 1726–1727 Five Little Preludes No. 1 (=12 L. P. No. 2) C major Keyboard 36: 119 V/12: 50 by Bach?; in SBB P 804 1114
940 8. 1726–1727 Five Little Preludes No. 2 (=12 L. P. No. 6) D minor Keyboard 36: 123 V/12: 50 by Bach?; in SBB P 804 1115
941 8. 1726–1727 Five Little Preludes No. 3 (=12 L. P. No. 7) E minor Keyboard 36: 123 V/12: 51 by Bach?; in SBB P 804 1116
942 8. 1726–1727 Five Little Preludes No. 4 (=12 L. P. No. 12) A minor Keyboard 36: 127 V/12: 52 by Bach?; in SBB P 804 1117
943 8. 1725–1727 Five Little Preludes No. 5 C major Org (Kb?) 36: 134 V/12: 53 in SBB P 804 1118
944 8. 1707–1713 Fantasia and Fugue A minor Keyboard 3: 334 V/9.2: 133 in Andreas-Bach-Buch 1119
946 8. early work? Fugue on a theme by Albinoni C major Keyboard 36: 159 V/9.2: 153 after theme (Op. 1, No. 12/4) by Albinoni 1121
947 8. early work? Fugue A minor Keyboard 36: 161 V/12: 55 by Bach? 1122
948 8. early work? Fugue D minor Keyboard 36: 164 V/9.2: 156 in D-B N. Mus. ms. 10580 1123
949 8. 1707–1713 Fugue A major Keyboard 36: 169 V/9.2: 163 after theme by Albinoni?; in Andreas-Bach-Buch 1124
950 8. before 1725 Fugue on a theme by Albinoni A major
G major
Keyboard 36: 173 V/9.2: 168 after theme by Albinoni; in SBB P 804 1125
951 8. 1714–1717 Fugue on a theme by Albinoni B minor Keyboard 36: 178 V/9.2: 118 after BWV 951a; in SBB P 801 1126
951a 8. 1714–1717 Fugue on a theme by Albinoni (early version) B minor Keyboard 36: 221 V/9.2: 127 after theme by Albinoni; → BWV 951; in D-LEm Poel. mus. Ms. 9 1127
952 8. Fugue C major Keyboard 36: 184 V/9.2: 176 1128
953 8. 1720–1726 Fugue a 3, Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 31 C major Keyboard 36: 186
451: 220
V/5: 46 1129
954 8. early work? Fugue on a theme by Reincken B major Keyboard 42: 50 V/11: 200 after Hortus Musicus No. 2/2 by Reincken[43] 1130
955 8. early work Fugue B major Keyboard 42: 55 V/12: 60 after BWV 955a; in SBB P 425, P 804 1131
955a 8. early work Fugue B major Organ 42: 298 V/12: 65 by Erselius?; → BWV 955; in SBB P 247, P 595 1132
959 8. Fugue A minor Keyboard 42: 208 V/9.2: 178 by Bach? 1136
961 8.  ? Fughetta C minor Keyboard 36: 154 V/9.2: 182 in SBB P 823 1138
963 8. early work Sonata for keyboard D major Keyboard 36: 19 V/10: 32 in SBB P 804 1140
965 8. c.1714–1717
or earlier
Sonata for keyboard after Reincken A minor Keyboard 42: 29 V/11: 173 after Hortus Musicus No. 1/1–/5 by Reincken; in SBB P 803 1142
966 8. c.1714–1717
or earlier
Sonata for keyboard after Reincken A minor Keyboard 42: 42 V/11: 188 after Hortus Musicus No. 3/1–/5 by Reincken; in SBB P 803 1143
967 8. 1704–1707 Sonata transcription, 1st movement A minor Keyboard 451: 168 V/9.2: 184 in SBB P 804 1144
971 8. 1733–1735 Italian Concerto (Clavier-Übung II No. 1) F major Harpsichord 3: 139 V/2: 2 1148
972 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (1/16) D major Keyboard 42: 59 V/11: 3 after Vivaldi Op. 3 No. 9 1149
972a 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (1/16), early version D major Keyboard V/11: 161 after Vivaldi Op. 3 No. 9 1150
973 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (2/16) G major Keyboard 42: 59 V/11: 12 after Vivaldi Op. 7 No. 8 1151
974 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (3/16) D minor Keyboard 42: 59 V/11: 20 after Oboe Concerto by Marcello, A. 1152
975 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (4/16) G minor Keyboard 42: 59 V/11: 30 after Vivaldi Op. 4 No. 6 1153
976 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (5/16) C major Keyboard 42: 59 V/11: 39 after Vivaldi Op. 3 No. 12 1154
977 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (6/16) C major Keyboard 42: 59 V/11: 50 after unknown model 1155
978 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (7/16) F major Keyboard 42: 59 V/11: 56 after Vivaldi Op. 3 No. 3 (RV 310) 1156
979 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (8/16) B minor Keyboard 42: 59 V/11: 64 after Vivaldi RV 813 (previously: Torelli)[44] 1157
980 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (9/16) G major Keyboard 42: 59 V/11: 79 after Vivaldi Op. 4 No. 1 (RV 381) 1158
981 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (10/16) C minor Keyboard 42: 59 V/11: 90 after Op. 1 No. 2 by Marcello, B. 1159
982 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (11/16) B major Keyboard 42: 59 V/11: 100 after Op. 1 No. 1 by J. E. of Saxe-Weimar 1160
983 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (12/16) G minor Keyboard 42: 59 V/11: 110 after unknown model 1161
984 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (13/16) C major Keyboard 42: 59 V/11: 118 after Concerto by J. E. of Saxe-Weimar; → BWV 595 1162
985 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (14/16) G minor Keyboard 42: 59 V/11: 128 after TWV 51:g1 by Telemann[45] 1163
986 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (15/16) G minor Keyboard 42: 59 V/11: 137 after unknown model 1164
987 8. July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (16/16) D minor Keyboard 42: 59 V/11: 142 after Op. 1 No. 4 by J. E. of Saxe-Weimar 1165
988 8. 1741–1742 Goldberg Variations (Clavier-Übung IV) G major Harpsichord 3: 263 V/2: 69 BWV 1087 1166
988/1 8. c.1740? (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 26 Aria of the Goldberg Variations G major Harpsichord 3: 263 V/4: 103 BWV 1087 1166
989 8. 1707–1713 Aria variata A minor Keyboard 36: 203 V/10: 21 in Andreas-Bach-Buch 1167
991 8. 1722 Notebook A. M. Bach (1722) No. 7 Air with variations (incomplete) C minor Keyboard 432: 004 V/4: 40 1169
992 8. 1704–1707 Capriccio on the departure of a beloved brother B major Keyboard 36: 190 V/10: 3 in Möllersche Handschrift 1170
993 8. c.1705 Capriccio in honorem Johann Christoph Bachii Ohrdrufiensis (scores) E major Keyboard 36: 197 V/10: 12 in SBB P 804 1171
994 8. 1720 Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 1: Applicatio C major Keyboard 36: 237
451:214
V/5: 4 1172
9. Lute compositions Up ↑
995 9. Fall 1727 – Winter 1731 Suite for lute G minor Lu V/10: 81 after BWV 1011[46][47][48]
[49][50][51][52][53][54]
[55][56][57][58][59][60]
1173
996 9. 1710–1717 (JGW) Suite for lute E minor Lu (Lw?) 451: 149 V/10: 94 in SBB P 801, pp. 385–395[61][62]
[52][54][55][63][64][65]
1174
997 9. 1720–1739 Suite for lute (commons) C minor Lu (Lw?) 451: 156 V/10: 102 in SBB P 650, MB Lpz III.11.5[49][66][52]
[54][55][63][59][60][64]
1175
998 9. 1735–1745 Prelude, Fugue and Allegro E major Lu (or) Hc 451: 141 V/10: 114 [67][68][52]
[69][70][54][55][60][64]
1176
999 9. 1717–1723 Prelude for lute (Twelve Little Preludes No. 3) C minor Lu 36: 119 V/10: 122 in SBB P 804, pp. 101–103[71][52][54][72] 1177
1000 9. after 1720 Fugue for lute G minor Lu V/10: 124 after BWV 1001/2 → BWV 539/2; in MB Lpz III.11.4[49][73]
[52][74][54][63][59][60]
1178
1006a 9. c.1736–1737 Suite for lute E major Lu? 42: 16 V/10: 134 after BWV 1006[47][75][52]
[76][70][54][60][77][78]
1185
10. Chamber music Up ↑
1001 10. 1720 Sonatas and partitas for solo violin No. 1 – Sonata No. 1 G minor Vl 271: 3 VI/1: 3 BWV 1000 and 539/2 1179
1002 10. 1720 Partitas and sonatas for solo violin No. 2 – Partita No. 1 B minor Vl 271: 3 VI/1: 10 1180
1003 10. 1720 Sonatas and partitas for solo violin No. 3 – Sonata No. 2 A minor Vl 271: 3 VI/1: 20 BWV 964 1181
1004 10. 1720 Partitas and sonatas for solo violin No. 4 – Partita No. 2 D minor Vl 271: 3 VI/1: 30 1182
1005 10. 1720 Sonatas and partitas for solo violin No. 5 – Sonata No. 3 C major Vl 271: 3 VI/1: 42 after "Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott"; → BWV 968 1183
1006 10. 1720 Partitas and sonatas for solo violin No. 6 – Partita No. 3 E major Vl 271: 3 VI/1: 54 BWV 1006a, 29/1 and 120a/4 1184
1007 10. 1720 (AMB) Suite for cello No. 1 G major Vc 271: 59 VI/2: 2 1186
1008 10. 1720 (AMB) Suite for cello No. 2 D minor Vc 271: 59 VI/2: 8 1187
1009 10. 1720 (AMB) Suite for cello No. 3 C major Vc 271: 59 VI/2:14 1188
1010 10. 1720 (AMB) Suite for cello No. 4 E major Vc 271: 59 VI/2: 22 1189
1011 10. 1720 (AMB) Suite for cello No. 5 C minor Vc 271: 59 VI/2: 32 BWV 995 1190
1012 10. 1720 (AMB) Suite for cello No. 6 D major Vc 271: 59 VI/2:40 1191
1013 10. 1717–1723? Partita for flute A minor Fl VI/3: 3 1192
1014 10. 1717–1723? Sonata for violin and harpsichord No. 1 B minor Vl Hc 9: 69 VI/1: 83 1193
1015 10. 1717–1723? Sonata for violin and harpsichord No. 2 A major Vl Hc 9: 84 VI/1: 99 1194
1016 10. 1717–1723? Sonata for violin and harpsichord No. 3 E major Vl Hc 9: 98 VI/1: 115 1195
1017 10. 1717–1723? Sonata for violin and harpsichord No. 4 C minor Vl Hc 9: 120 VI/1: 136 1196
1018 10. 1717–1723? Sonata for violin and harpsichord No. 5 F minor Vl Hc 9: 136 VI/1: 153 after BWV 1018a 1197
1018a 10. 1717–1723? Sonata for violin and harpsichord No. 5a (commons) F minor Vl Hc 9: 250 VI/1: 195 BWV 1018 1198
1019 10. after 1729? Sonata for violin and harpsichord No. 6 G major Vl Hc 9: 154 VI/1: 172 after BWV 1019a 1199
1019a 10. 1717–1729? Sonata for violin and harpsichord No. 6, early versions G major Vl Hc 9: 252 VI/1: 197 after BWV 120a/4, 830/3, /6; → BWV 120/4, 1019 1200
1021 10. 1732–1733 Sonata for violin and continuo G major Vl Bc VI/1: 65 BWV 1022, 1038 1202
1023 10. c.1714–1717? Sonata for violin and continuo E minor Vl Bc 431: 31 VI/1: 73 1204
1025 10. c.1746–1747? Suite for violin and keyboard A major Vl Kb 9: 43 VI/5: 67 after Suite for Lute in A major by Weiss 1206
1026 10. c.1714–1717 Fugue for violin and continuo G minor Vl Bc 431: 39 VI/5: 59 1207
1027 10. c.1742 Sonata for gamba and harpsichord No. 1 G major Gam Hc 9: 175 VI/4: 3 after BWV 1039; → 1027/1a /2a /4a 1208
1028 10. Sonata for gamba and harpsichord No. 2 D major Gam Hc 9: 175 VI/4: 21 1210
1029 10. Sonata for gamba and harpsichord No. 3 G minor Gam Hc 9: 175 VI/4: 36 BWV 545b 1211
1030 10. 1736–1737 Sonata for flute and harpsichord B minor Fl Hc 9: 3 VI/3: 33 after BWV 1030a 1212
1030a 10. 1717–1736 Sonata for unknown instrument and harpsichord G minor v Hc VI/3: 89 BWV 1030 1212
1032 10. 1736–1737 Sonata for flute and harpsichord (/1 incomplete) A major Fl Hc 9: 32, 245 VI/3: 54 BWV 525a 1214
1034 10. 1717–1723? Sonata for flute and continuo E minor Fl Bc 431: 9 VI/3: 11 1216
1035 10. 1717–1723? Sonata for flute and continuo E major Fl Bc 431: 21 VI/3: 23 1217
1039 10. 1708–1726 Sonata G major 2Fl Bc 9: 260 VI/3: 71 BWV 1027 1221
11. Works for orchestra Up ↑
1041 11. 1730 Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 1 A minor Vl Str Bc 211: 3
451: 233
VII/3: 3 BWV 1058 1223
1042 11. Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 2 E major Vl Str Bc 211: 21 VII/3: 35 BWV 1054 1224
1043 11. 1730–1731 or earlier Concerto for 2 violins and orchestraDouble Concerto D minor 2Vl Str Bc 211: 41 VII/3: 71 BWV 1062 1225
1044 11. 1727
or later
Concerto for flute, violin, harpsichord and orchestraTriple Concerto A minor Fl Vl Hc Str Bc 17: 223 VII/3: 105 after BWV 894/1, 527/2, 894/2 1226
1045 11. 1743–1746 Cantata opening: "Concerto" (Symphonic movement for violin and orchestra) D major Vl 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Str Bc 211: 65 I/34: 305 after unknown model by other composer?[79][80][81] 1227
1046 11. 1721-03-24 Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 F major 2Nho 3Ob Bas Vlp Str Bc 19: 3 VII/2: 3 after BWV 1046a; /3, /7 → BWV 207(a)/1, /5a 1228
1046a 11. c.1712-
1713?
Sinfonia (opening of BWV 208?) F major 2Nho 3Ob Str Bas Bc 311: 69 VII/2: 225 BWV 1046; /1 → BWV 52/1; was BWV 1071[79] 1229
1047 11. 1721-03-24 Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 F major Tr Fl Ob Vl Str Vne Bc 19: 3 VII/2: 43 1230
1048 11. 1721-03-24 Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 G major 3Vl 3Vla 3Vc Vne Hc 19: 3 VII/2: 73 BWV 174/1 1231
1049 11. 1721-03-24 Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 G major Vl 2Fl Str Vc Vne Bc 19: 3 VII/2: 99 BWV 1057 1232
1050 11. 1721-03-24 Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 D major Fl Vl Hc Vl Va Vc Vne 19: 3 VII/2: 145 after BWV 1050a 1233
1050a 11. 1720–1721 Brandenburg Concerto No. 5a D major Fl Vl Hc Vl Va Vne 19: 3 VII/2: 145 BWV 1050 1234
1051 11. 1721-03-24 Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 B major 2Vla 2Gam Vc Vne Hc 19: 3 VII/2: 197 1235
1052 11. c.1738 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 1 D minor Hc Str Bc 17: 3 VII/4: 3 after BWV 146/1, /2 and 188/1 1236
1052a 11. c.1734 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 1a D minor Hc Str Bc 17: 3 VII/4: 317 by Bach, C. P. E.; after BWV 146/1, /2 and 188/1 1237
1053 11. c.1738 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 2 E major Hc Str Bc 17: 3 VII/4: 79 after BWV 169/1, /5 and 49/1 1238
1054 11. c.1738 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 3 D major Hc Str Bc 17: 3 VII/4: 127 after BWV 1042 1239
1055 11. c.1738 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 4 A major Hc Str Bc 17: 3 VII/4: 161 after BWV 1055R? 1240
1056 11. c.1738 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 5 F minor Hc Str Bc 17: 3 VII/4: 197 after BWV 1056R?; /2 after BWV 156/1 1241
1057 11. c.1738 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 6 F major Hc 2Fl Str Bc 17: 3 VII/4: 221 after BWV 1049 1242
1058 11. c.1738 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 7 G minor Hc Str Bc 17: 3 VII/4: 283 after BWV 1041 1243
1059 11. c.1738 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 8 (abandoned fragment of 1st movement) D minor Hc Ob Str Bc 17: 3 VII/4: 313 after BWV 35/1 and earlier model (for oboe?); completions/
reconstructions usually based on BWV 35/1, /2 and /5
1244
1060 11. c.1736 Concerto for 2 harpsichords and orchestra No. 1 C minor 2Hc Str Bc 212: 3 VII/5: 3 after BWV 1060R? 1245
1061 11. Concerto for 2 harpsichords and orchestra No. 2 C major 2Hc Str Bc 212: 39 VII/5: 109 after BWV 1061a 1246
1061a 11. 1732–1733 Concerto for 2 harpsichords (No. 2) C major 2Hc VII/5: 83 BWV 1061 1247
1062 11. 1736 Concerto for 2 harpsichords and orchestra No. 3 C minor 2Hc Str Bc 212: 83 VII/5: 43 after BWV 1043 1248
1063 11. c.1730 Concerto for 3 harpsichords and orchestra No. 1 D minor 3Hc Str Bc 313: 3 VII/6: 3 after unknown model? 1249
1064 11. c.1730 Concerto for 3 harpsichords and orchestra No. 2 C major 3Hc Str Bc 313: 53 VII/6: 55 after BWV 1064R? 1250
1065 11. c.1730 Concerto for 4 harpsichords and orchestra A minor 4Hc Str Bc 431: 71 VII/6: 117 after Vivaldi Op. 3 No. 10 1251
1066 11. May 1724–End 1725 Orchestral Suite No. 1 C major 2Ob Bas Str Bc 311: 3 VII/1: 3 Ouverture Courante 2Gavotte Forlane 2Minuet 2Bourrée 2Passepied 1252
1067 11. 1738–1739 Orchestral Suite No. 2 B minor Fl Str Bc 311: 24 VII/1: 27 Ouverture Rondeau Sarabande 2Bourrée 2Polonaise Minuet Badinerie 1253
1068 11. c.1730 Orchestral Suite No. 3 D major 3Tr Tmp 2Ob (Vl) Str Bc 311: 40 VII/1: 49,
119
Ouverture Air 2Gavotte Bourrée Gigue 1254
1069 11. before late 1727 Orchestral Suite No. 4 D major 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Bas Str Bc 311: 66 VII/1: 79 Ouverture 2Bourrée Gavotte 2Minuet Réjouissance; /1 → BWV 110/1 1255
1071






see BWV 1046a 1257
12. Canons Up ↑
1072 12. Canon trias harmonica a 8 D major 8V 451: 131 VIII/l: 3, 6 [82][55] 1258
1073 12. 1713-08-02 Canon â 4. Voc: perpetuus A minor 4V 451: 132 VIII/l: 3 in US-CAh bMS Eng 870 (35b)[83][84][85][86][87] 1259
1074 12. 1727 Canon a 4 (for Ludwig Friedrich Hudemann (de)) A minor 4V 451: 134 VIII/l: 3 [88][89]
[90][91][92][55][85][93]
1260
1075 12. 1734-01-10 Canon a 2. perpetuus D major 2V VIII/l: 3 [85] 1261
1076 12. 1746 Canon triplex a 6 G major 6V 451: 138 VIII/l: 3 after BWV 1087/13
[94][95][96][70]
[97][55][98][99][100][101]
1262
1077 12. 1747-10-15 Canone doppio sopr' il soggetto (dedicated to Johann Fulde (de)) G major 4V Bc VIII/1: 4
IX/2: 81
after BWV 1087/11[102][103][85][101] 1263
1078 12. 1749-03-01 Canon Fa Mi, et Mi Fa est Tota Musica, a.k.a. Canon super Fa Mi, a 7. post Tempus Musicum F major 7V Bc 451: 136 VIII/l: 4 in SBB P 611[104][85][105] 1264
1086 12. 1750? Canon Concordia discors D major 2V VIII/l: 4
III/1: VIII
in SLB Dresden R 291s[106][107][108][55][109] 1272
1087 12. 1747/1748 or earlier 14 Canons on the first eight notes of the Goldberg ground G major 6V V/2: 119 after BWV 988/1; /11 → BWV 1077; /13 → 1076; in BN Paris Ms. 17669, Bl. 18v
[110][111][112][113][70][114]
1273
13. Musical Offering, Art of the Fugue Up ↑
1079 13. 1747-07-07 Musical Offering Kb Fl 2Vl Bc 312 VIII/1: 46 [115] 1265
1080 13. 1742–1750 The Art of Fugue 2Kb (etc?) Sppl. VIII/2: 3 in SBB P 200[116] 1266
Later Later additions to the main catalogue Up ↑
1127 1713-10-30 Aria "Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn" s Str Bc Sppl: 237 text by Mylius, J. A. 1307
1128 1725-08-27 Chorale fantasia Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält Organ was BWV Anh. 71[117] 1725
R Reconstructions Up ↑
1052R R 1970 Concerto D minor Vl Str Bc VII/7: 3 by Fischer; after BWV 1052[118] 1236
1055R R 1970 Concerto A major Oba Str Bc VII/7: 33 by Fischer; after BWV 1055[118] 1240
1056R R 1970 Concerto G minor Vl Str Bc VII/7: 59 by Fischer; after BWV 1056[118] 1241
1060R R 1970 Concerto C minor Vl Ob Str Bc VII/7: 75 by Fischer; after BWV 1060[118] 1245
1064R R 1970 Concerto D major 3Vl Str Bc VII/7: 103 by Fischer; after BWV 1064[118] 1250
Anh. I Fragments – lost works Up ↑
I 1 I 1725-08-27 Cantata Gesegnet ist die Zuversicht (Trinity VII) SATB 2Fl Str Bc by Telemann (TWV 1:617)?; text by Neumeister?[119][120][121] 1308
I 2 I 1729-10-20? Cantata for Trinity XIX Gott, du Richter der Gedanken? (sketch) SATB Vl Str Bc III/1 in SBB P 36: 18; text by Picander?[122] 1309
I 3 I 1730-08-25 Cantata Gott, gib dein Gerichte dem Könige (council election) I/32.2 text by Picander[123][124] 1310
I 4 I 1725-08-27 Cantata Wünschet Jerusalem Glück (council election) text by Picander[124][63] 1311
I 4a I 1730-06-27 Cantata Wünschet Jerusalem Glück (200th anniversary of the Augsburg Confession) text by Picander; after BWV Anh. 4[123] 1312
I 5 I 1718-12-10 Cantata Lobet den Herrn, alle seine Heerscharen (birthday of Leopold of Anhalt-Köthen) I/34 text by Hunold[125] 1313
I 6 I 1720-01-01 Secular cantata Dich loben die lieblichen Strahlen der Sonne (congratulation of Leopold of Anhalt-Köthen) I/35 text by Hunold[126][127] 1314
I 7 I 1720-12-10 Secular cantata Heut ist gewiß ein guter Tag (birthday of Leopold of Anhalt-Köthen) I/35 text by Hunold[128][129] 1315
I 8 I 1723-01-01 Secular cantata for New Year (congratulation of Leopold of Anhalt-Köthen and his wife Frederica Henriette) I/35 [130] 1316
I 9 I 1727-05-12 Secular cantata Entfernet euch, ihr heitern Sterne (57th birthday of Augustus II) I/36 text by Haupt, C. F.; /1 → BWV 232II/6?[131][132][133] 1317
I 10 I 1731-08-25 Secular cantata So kämpfet nur, ihr muntern Töne (birthday of Joachim Friedrich von Flemming (de)) I/39 text by Picander; /1 → BWV 248VIa/1?[134][135] 1318
I 11 I 1732-08-03 Secular cantata Es lebe der König, der Vater im Lande (name day of Augustus II) I/36 text by Picander; /1 & /11 → BWV 215/1 → 232IV/1=/3; /7 → 248/39?; /9 → 212/14[134][124][136] 1319
I 12 I 1733-08-03 Secular cantata Frohes Volk, vergnügte Sachsen (name day of Augustus III) I/36 text by Picander; after BWV Anh. 18; /1 → BWV 11/1[134][124][137] 1320
I 13 I 1738-04-28 Secular cantata Willkommen! Ihr herrschenden Götter der Erden in honour of the royal couple (Augustus III and Maria Josepha), and for the forthcoming marriage of princess Maria Amalia with Charles of Sicily I/37 text by Gottsched, J. C. in Riemersche Chronik
[138][139][140][141]
1321
I 14 I 1725-02-12 Cantata Sein Segen fließt daher wie ein Strom (wedding) [142][143] 1322
I 15 I 1724-04-27 Cantata Siehe, der Hüter Israel (doctorate) SATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob 3Vl Va Bc I/34 [144][145] 1323
I 16 I 1735-11-09 Cantata Schließt die Gruft, ihr Trauerglocken (mourning of Hedwig of Merseburg) text by Hoffmann, B.[146][147][148] 1324
I 17 I Cantata Mein Gott, nimm die gerechte Seele (funeral) SATB 2Oba Str Bas Bc I/33 [149] 1325
I 18 I 1732-06-05 Secular cantata Froher Tag, verlangte Stunden (inauguration of St. Thomas school after renovation) I/39 text by Winckler; /1 → BWV 11/1; /1 /3 /5 /6 /8 /10 → BWV Anh. 12[150][151][152] 1326
I 19 I 1734-11-21 Secular cantata Thomana saß annoch betrübt (welcome to Johann August Ernesti as new rector of St. Thomas school) I/39 text by Johann August Landvoigt (de)?; /9 after BWV 201/15?[153][154] 1327
I 20 I 1723-08-09 Ode in Latin (birthday of Frederick II of Saxe-Gotha) I/38 [155][156] 1328
N 190 I 1729-04-18 Cantata Ich bin ein Pilgrim auf der Welt (Easter 2) b Bc ... I/33 text by Picander; fragment of /4 in SBB P 670[157] 1501
N 191 I 1715-05-19 Cantata Leb ich oder leb ich nicht (Cantate) text by Franck, S.[158][159] 1502
N 192 I 1709-02-04 Cantata for Ratswahl in Mühihausen No. 2 [160] 1503
N 193 I 1740-08-29 Cantata Herrscher des Himmels, König der Ehren (council election) I/32.2 text in Nützliche Nachrichten; last mvt. → BWV 208/15
[161][162][163]
1504
N 194 I 1722-07-29 Cantata for the 45th birthday of John Augustus, Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst [164][165] 1505
N 195 I 1723-06-09 Secular cantata Murmelt nur, ihr heitern Bäche (celebration of Johann Florenz Rivinus (de)) text in Acta Lipsiensium Academica (1723)[166] 1506
N 196 I 1725-11-27 Cantata Auf, süß entzückende Gewalt (wedding of Peter, eldest son of Peter Hohmann, and Christiana Sibylla Mencke) I/40 text by Gottsched, C.; /3 → BWV 11/4 → 232IV/4; /5 → BWV 11/8[167][168][169][170] 1507
N 197 I Cantata Ihr wallenden Wolken (1 January: New Year) [171][172] 1508
N 198






see BWV 149/1a 1509
N 199 I 1724-03-25 Cantata Siehe, eine Jungfrau ist schwanger (25 March: Annunciation) text in Texte Zur Leipziger Kirchen-Music[173][174][175] 1510
N 200 I c.1713–1715 Chorale prelude O Traurigkeit, o Herzeleid (unused sketch for Orgelbüchlein) Organ IV/1: 46 in SBB P 283[176] 1511
N 209 I c.1714? 1725? Cantata Liebster Gott, vergißt du mich (Trinity VII; reused for funeral 6/2/1727) text by Lehms; later combined w. BWV 157[177] 1520
N 210 I 1734-10-04 Cantata Wo sind meine Wunderwerke (leave-taking of Johann Matthias Gesner) text in 2° Poet. Germ. I, 6425: 4 Rara; /1 → BWV 193a/7, 193/3?[178][179][180] 1521
N 211 I 1729-01-18 Cantata Der Herr ist freundlich dem, der auf ihn harret (wedding) text by Picander (1732)[181][182] 1522
N 212 I 1729-07-26 Cantata Vergnügende Flammen, verdoppelt die Macht (wedding) text by Picander[134][183] no music[184] 1523
N 213 I Concerto F major Org by Telemann; arr. by Bach 1524
223 I 1717–1718? Cantata Meine Seele soll Gott loben B major I/34 by Handel?[185] 0280
224 I 1732 Aria "Reißt euch los, bekränkte Sinnen" (fragment) S I/41 by Bach, C. P. E.?; in SBB P 491[186] 0281
Anh. II Works of doubtful authenticity Up ↑
53 II Aria "Schlage doch, gewünschte Stunde" E major a Bel Str Bc 122: 53 I/41 by Hoffman, M.?[187][188] 0068
142 II Cantata Uns ist ein Kind geboren (Christmas) A minor atbSATB 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc 30: 19 I/41 text by Neumeister (reworked)[189] 0174
189 II Cantata Meine Seele rühmt und preist (German Magnificat) B major t Fl Ob Vl Bc 37: 213 I/41 by Hoffman, M.?[190][191] 0229
217 II Cantata Gedenke, Herr, wie es uns gehet (Epiphany I) satbSATB Fl Str Bc 41: 207 by Altnickol?[192] 0274
220 II Cantata Lobt ihn mit Herz und Munde (24 June: feast of John the Baptist) atbSATB Fl 2Ob Str Bc 41: 259 I/41 [193] 0277
221 II Cantata Wer sucht die Pracht, wer wünscht den Glanz tb 2Vl Bas Vc Org I/41 in SBB P 191: 83-113[194] 0278
III 159 II 1712–1713 Motet Ich lasse dich nicht, du segnest mich denn 2SATB 39: 157 III/3 by Bach, J. Christoph?; in SBB P 4/1[195] 1470
II 25 II 1740–1742
(JSB)
Kyrie–Gloria Mass C major SATB 2Tr 2Vl Org 111: XVI II/9 by Bach, J. L.?[196] 1333
239 II 1738–1741
(JSB)
Sanctus D minor SATB Str Bc 111: 89 II/9 in SBB P 13 No. 3, BKraków St 113[197] 0298
II 28 II Sanctus B major SATB 2Ob 2Cor Str Bc 111: XVII II/9 [198] 1336
II 29 II c.1714–17 Kyrie–Gloria Mass (only cello part extant) C minor II/9 in BKraków St 547 1337
III 167 II Kyrie–Gloria Mass for two choirs G major 2SATB 3Ob Tai 2Vl 2Va 2Vne Bc II/9 by Bach, J. L. or Lotti?; in SBB P 659, P 660, Am.B.4/4a[199][101] 1478
II 30 II 1690s (Tor.)
c.1742
(JSB)
Magnificat C major 2SATB 3Tr Tmp 2Vl 2Vla Bc 111: XV II/9 by Torri; Tr3 and Tmp added by Bach[200][201] 1338
246 II 1730-04-07 (JSB) Passion St Luke Passion ssatbSATB 2Fl 2Ob Tai Bas Str Bc 452 II/9: 65 BWV 246/40a; in SBB P 1017[202] 0311
II 31 II Chorale Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir SATB 2Tr 3Ob Str Bc in SBB P 101[203] 1339
N 201 II Chorale Du Friedefürst, Herr Jesu Christ SATB by Vetter, D.[204] 1512
N 202 II Chorale Gott hat das Evangelium SATB by Vetter, D.[204] 1513
N 203 II Chorale Ich hebe meine Augen auf SATB by Vetter, D.[204] 1514
N 204 II Chorale O Traurigkeit, o Herzeleid SATB by Vetter, D.[204] 1515
II 32 II 1704 Sieben geistliche Oden und ein Gedicht No. 1 "Getrost mein Geist, wenn Wind und Wetter krachen" Voice Bc in Deutsche Übersetzungen und Gedichte[205][206] 1340
II 33 II 1704 Sieben geistliche Oden und ein Gedicht No. 2 "Mein Jesus, spare nicht" Voice Bc in Deutsche Übersetzungen und Gedichte[205][206] 1341
II 34 II 1704 Sieben geistliche Oden und ein Gedicht No. 3 "Kann ich mit einem Tone" Voice Bc in Deutsche Übersetzungen und Gedichte[205][206] 1342
II 35 II 1704 Sieben geistliche Oden und ein Gedicht No. 4 "Meine Seele lass die Flügel" Voice Bc in Deutsche Übersetzungen und Gedichte[205][206] 1343
II 36 II 1704 Sieben geistliche Oden und ein Gedicht No. 5 "Ich stimm' itzund ein Straff-Lied an" Voice Bc in Deutsche Übersetzungen und Gedichte[205][206] 1344
II 37 II 1704 Sieben geistliche Oden und ein Gedicht No. 6 "Der schwarze Flügel trüber Nacht" Voice Bc in Deutsche Übersetzungen und Gedichte[205][206] 1345
II 38 II 1704 Sieben geistliche Oden und ein Gedicht No. 7 "Das Finsterniß tritt ein" Voice Bc in Deutsche Übersetzungen und Gedichte[205][206] 1346
II 39 II 1704 Sieben geistliche Oden und ein Gedicht No. 8 "Ach was wollt ihr trüben Sinnen" Voice Bc in Deutsche Übersetzungen und Gedichte[205][206] 1347
II 40 II 1736 Song "Ich bin nun wie ich bin" Voice Kb in Singende Muse an der Pleiße[207][208] 1348
II 41 II 1736 Song "Dir zu Liebe, wertes Herze" Voice Kb in Singende Muse an der Pleiße[207][208] 1349
571 II Fantasia G major Organ 38: 67 in SBB Am. B. 606 (Bl. 8v-9r)[209] 0651
580 II Fugue D major Organ 38: 215 [210] 0662
II 42 II Fugue F major Organ in SBB P 817: 1-3 1350
576 II Fugue G major Organ IV/11 [211] 0658
577 II Fugue G major Organ 38: 111 IV/11: 44 [212] 0659
581 II Fugue G major Organ IV/11 in MB Lpz Poel mus. ms. 18[213] 0663
131a II Fugue G minor Organ 38: 217 IV/11: 3 after BWV 131/5[214] 0161
536a II Prelude and Fugue A major Organ IV/6: 114 after BWV 536[215] 0612
545b II Prelude, Trio and Fugue B major Organ IV/11: 6 after BWV 545, 1029/3[216][217] 0624
553 II Eight Short Preludes and Fugues No. 1 C major Organ 38: 23 IV/11 by Krebs, J. T. or J. L.?[218][219][220] 0633
554 II Eight Short Preludes and Fugues No. 2 D minor Organ 38: 23 IV/11 by Krebs, J. T. or J. L.?[218][219][220] 0634
555 II Eight Short Preludes and Fugues No. 3 E minor Organ 38: 23 IV/11 by Krebs, J. T. or J. L.?[218][219][220] 0635
556 II Eight Short Preludes and Fugues No. 4 F major Organ 38: 23 IV/11 by Krebs, J. T. or J. L.?[218][219][220] 0636
557 II Eight Short Preludes and Fugues No. 5 G major Organ 38: 23 IV/11 by Krebs, J. T. or J. L.?[218][219][220] 0637
558 II Eight Short Preludes and Fugues No. 6 G minor Organ 38: 23 IV/11 by Krebs, J. T. or J. L.?[218][219][220] 0638
559 II Eight Short Preludes and Fugues No. 7 A minor Organ 38: 23 IV/11 by Krebs, J. T. or J. L.?[218][219][220] 0639
560 II Eight Short Preludes and Fugues No. 8 B major Organ 38: 23 IV/11 by Krebs, J. T. or J. L.?[218][219][220] 0640
561 II Fantasia and Fugue A minor Organ 38: 48 0641
584 II 1801–1842? (arr.) Trio G minor Organ I/12: 23
IV/11
after BWV 166/2[221][222] 0666
1027
/1a /2a
/4a
II Trio G major Organ IV/11 after BWV 1027 / 1039, mvt. 1, 2, 4; arr. by Kellner, J. P.? 1209
591 II Kleines harmonisches Labyrinth Organ 38: 225 IV/11: 50 by Heinichen?[223][224] 0673
597 II Concerto E major Organ IV/11 after unknown model?[225] 0680
598 II Pedal-Exercitium (fragment) Organ 38: 210 by Bach, C. P. E.?; in SBB P 491 0681
676a II Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr Organ after BWV 676[226] 0792
683a II Chorale prelude Vater unser im Himmelreich Organ after BWV 683[226] 0800
N 205






see BWV 1121 1516
II 48 II Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr Organ 1356
II 49 II Chorale prelude Ein feste Burg Organ 1357
II 50 II Chorale prelude Erhalt uns, Herr, hei deinem Wort Organ 1358
II 51 II Chorale prelude Erstanden ist der heilge Christ Organ 1359
II 52 II Chorale prelude Freu dich sehr, o meine Seele Organ 1360
II 53 II Chorale prelude Freu dich sehr, o meine Seele Organ 1361
II 54 II Chorale prelude Helft mir Gotts Güte preisen Organ 1362
II 55 II Chorale prelude Herr Christ, der einig Gottes Sohn Organ 1363
II 58 II Chorale prelude Jesu, meine Freude Organ 1366
II 59 II Chorale prelude Jesu, meine Freude Organ 1367
II 60 II Chorale prelude Nun lob, mein Seel, den Herren Organ 1368
II 62a II Chorale prelude Sei Lob und Ehr mit hohem Preis Organ 1370
II 62b II Chorale prelude Sei Lob und Ehr mit hohem Preis Organ 1371
II 63 II Chorale prelude Vom Himmel hoch Organ 1372
II 64 II Chorale prelude Vom Himmel hoch Organ 1373
II 65 II Chorale prelude Vom Himmel hoch Organ 1374
II 66 II Chorale prelude Wachet auf, ruft uns Organ 1375
II 67 II Chorale prelude Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan Organ 1376
II 68 II Chorale prelude Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten Organ 1377
II 69 II Chorale prelude Wir glauben all an einen Gott Organ 1378
II 70 II Chorale prelude Wir glauben all an einen Gott Organ 1379
II 71






see BWV 1128 1725
II 72 II Chorale setting Christus der uns selig macht (Canon) Organ 1381
II 74 II Chorale prelude Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele Organ in SBB P 1115 1383
II 75 II chorale with figured bass Herr Christ, der einig Gottes Sohn Organ in MB Lpz Poel mus. Ms. 39, Go. S. 25 1384
II 76 II chorale with figured bass Jesu, meine Freude Organ in SBB P 1160, P 312 1385
II 77 II Chorale variations Herr Christ, der einig Gottes Sohn Organ in SBB P 801, P 826 1386
II 78 II Chorale variations Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein Organ in SBB P 285, Hss JSBI Göttingen 1387
II 79 II Chorale variations Befiehl du deine Wege Organ in Go. S. 305 1388
691a II Chorale prelude Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten Organ in SBB P 285 0809
N 206 II Chorale prelude Ach bleib mit deiner Gnade / Christus, der ist mein Leben Organ by Pachelbel?[227] 1517
II 80 II Suite F major Keyboard in US-STu MLM 23[228] 1389
821 II Suite B major Keyboard 42: 213 V/12: 3 [229] 0959
834 II Allemande C minor Keyboard 42: 259 V/12 [230] 0973
839 II before 1735 Sarabande from Notenbuch der Zeumerin G minor Keyboard V/12 in JP 1909: 71[231] 0978
844 II Toccatina No. 4 Scherzo D minor Keyboard 42: 220 V/12: 16 after BWV 844a; in Yale LM 4813b[232] 0983
844a II Scherzo E minor Keyboard 42: 281 V/12: 22 by Bach, W. F.? (BR A55)[232] 0984
845 II Gigue F minor Keyboard 42: 263 [230] 0985
II 81 II Gigue (incomplete) D minor Keyboard in SBB P 804 1390
II 82 II Ciacona B major Keyboard V/12 by Bach, J. B.? 1391
II 83 II Ciacona A major Keyboard in SBB P 222 1392
II 84 II Ciacona G major Keyboard in SBB P 222 1393
II 85 II Toccata and Fugue F minor Keyboard 42: XXXV by Dobenecker?[233] 1394
898 II Prelude and Fugue on B-A-C-H B major Keyboard 42: XXXIV V/12 1067
II 86 II Fantasia C minor Keyboard 42: 243 1395
II 87 II Fantasia C major Keyboard in SBB Mus. ms. 30289 No. 11 1396
905 II Fantasia and Fugue D minor Keyboard 42: 179 V/12: 24 [234] 1076
907 II Fantasia and Fughetta B♭ major Keyboard 42: 268 V/12: 28 by Kirnberger? Kirchhoff (de)?[235] 1078
908 II Fantasia and Fughetta D major Keyboard 42: 272 V/12: 34 by Kirnberger? Kirchhoff (de)?[235] 1079
909 II Concerto e Fuga C minor Keyboard 42: 190 V/12: 38 1080
919 II Fantasia C minor Keyboard 36: 152 by Bach, J. B.?[236] 1092
920 II Fantasia G minor Keyboard 42: 183 [234] 1093
923a II Toccatina No. 3 Prelude A minor Keyboard 42: 279 V/12: 14 after BWV 923; in Yale LM 4813b[237] 1097
II 89 II Fugue C major Keyboard 42: XXXIV 1398
II 90 II Fugue C major Kb (with ped?) 38: 213 1399
II 91 II Fugue G major Keyboard 42: XXXIV 1401
II 92 II Fugue G major Keyboard 1402
II 93 II Fugue E minor Keyboard 42: XXXIV 1403
II 95 II Fugue E minor Keyboard 42: XXXIV V/12 in SBB P 526 1405
II 96 II Fugue D major Keyboard V/12 by Bach, C. P. E.? (H 373.5); in SBB P 207, P 753 1406
II 98 II Fugue D minor Keyboard 1408
II 99 II Fugue D minor Keyboard 1409
II 100 II Fugue D minor Keyboard 1410
II 101 II Fugue G minor Keyboard 42: XXXV V/12: 130 by Dobenecker? 1411
II 102 II Fugue E minor Keyboard 1412
897/2 II Fugue A minor Keyboard 42: 175 V/12 by Dretzel? 1066
945 II Fugue E minor Keyboard 36: 155 V/12 [238] 1120
956 II Fugue E minor Keyboard 42: 200 V/12: 70 1133
958 II Fugue A minor Keyboard 42: 205 V/12: 74 1135
960 II Fugue (unfinished) E minor Keyboard 42: 276 V/12 [239] 1137
N 207 II Fugue E minor
(E minor)
Keyboard by Kellner, J. P.?; in SBB Mus. ms. 30444 No. 24[240] 1518
II 109 II Fugue on B-A-C-H Keyboard in SBB Mus. ms. 30376 No. 17 1419
964 II Sonata for keyboard D minor Keyboard 42: 3 V/12: 78 after BWV 1003; in SBB P 218[241] 1141
II 111 II Largo and Allegro G major Keyboard 42: XXXV 1421
968 II Adagio G major Keyboard 42: 27 V/12: 94 after BWV 1005/1; in SBB P 218[241] 1145
969 II Toccatina No. 5 Andante G minor Keyboard 42: 218 V/12: 18 [242] 1146
II 113 II 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 3 Minuet F major Keyboard 432: 25 V/4: 82 1423
II 116 II 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 7 Minuet G major Keyboard 432: 28 V/4: 82 1426
II 117 II 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 8a Polonaise and No. 8b Polonaise F major Keyboard 432: 28 V/4: 82 1427
1428
II 118 II 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 9 Minuet B major Keyboard 432: 29 V/4: 82 1429
II 119 II 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 10 Polonaise G minor Keyboard 432: 30 V/4: 82 1430
II 120 II 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 14 Minuet A minor Keyboard 432: 31 V/4: 82 1431
II 121 II 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 15 Minuet C minor Keyboard 432: 32 V/4: 82 1432
II 126 II 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 22 Musette D major Keyboard 432: 35 V/4: 82 1437
II 127 II 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 23 March E major Keyboard 432: 35 V/4: 82 1438
II 128 II 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 24 (Polonaise) D minor Keyboard 432: 36 V/4: 82 1439
II 132 II 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 36 Minuet D minor Keyboard 432 V/4: 82 1443
II 151 II Concerto C major Keyboard 42: XXXIV 1462
II 152 II Concerto G major Keyboard 42: XXXIV 1463
990 II Sarabanda con Partitis C major Keyboard 42: 221 V/12: 97 [243] 1168
II 153 II Sonata A major Vl Kb in SBB P 804: 313-320 1464
II 154 II Sonata E major Vl Kb in SBB St 343[244] 1465
1020 II Sonata G minor Vl (or) Fl Kb 9: 274 by Bach, C. P. E.? (H 542.5)[245] 1201
1022 II Sonata F major Vl Kb by Bach, C. P. E.?; after BWV 1021 (bass part); other version: BWV 1038; MB Lpz Ms. 10[246] 1203
1024 II Sonata C minor Vl Bc [247][248][60][249] 1205
1031 II Sonata for flute and harpsichord E major Fl Kb 9: 22 VI/5: 13 [250] 1213
1033 II Sonata for flute and continuo C major Fl Bc 431: 3 VI/5: 3 [251] 1215
1038 II 1732–1735 Sonata G major Fl Vl Bc 9: 221 VI/5: 45 after BWV 1021 (bass part); other version: BWV 1022[246] 1220
525a II Concerto (Triosonata) C major Vl Vc Bc after BWV 525/1, 1032/2, 525/3; in SBB St 345[252] 1718
II 155 II Concerto A major Kb Str Bc in SBB St 472 1466
I 22 II Concerto B major Ob Vl Str Bc by Förster (C.?)?[253] 1330
1070 II Orchestral Suite (No. 5) G minor Str Bc 451: 190 VII/l by Bach, W. F.?[254][255] 1256
Anh. III Works of other composers, spuriously attributed to Bach Up ↑
III 156 III Cantata Herr Christ, der einge Gottes Sohn (Annunciation) by Telemann (TWV 1:732)[256] 1467
III 157 III Cantata Ich habe Lust zu scheiden (Purification) by Telemann[257] 1468
15 III 1726-04-21
(JSB)
Cantata Denn du wirst meine Seele nicht in der Hölle lassen (Easter) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp Str Bc 2: 135 I/41 by Bach, J. L. (JLB 21)[258] 0017
141 III Cantata Das ist je gewißlich wahr (3th sunday of Advent) atbSATB 2Ob Str Bc 30: 3 I/41 by Telemann (TWV 1:183); text by Helbig[259] 0173
145/b III Cantata movement So du mit deinem Munde bekennest Jesum (Easter) SATB Tr Str Bc 30: 96 I/10: 142 by Telemann (TWV 1:1350/1); → BWV 145/2[260] 0178
160 III 1725–1732? Cantata Ich weiß, daß mein Erlöser lebt (Easter) C major t Vl Bas Bc 32: 171 I/41 by Telemann (TWV 1:877); text by Neumeister[261] 0194
218 III Cantata Gott der Hoffnung erfülle euch (Pentecost) 41: 223 by Telemann (TWV 1:634)[262] 0275
219 III Cantata Siehe, es hat überwunden der Löwe (29 September: Michaelmas) sabSATB 2Tr Str Bc 41: 239 by Telemann (TWV 1:1328)[263] 0276
222 III Cantata Mein Odem ist schwach by Bach, J. Ernst (see also BWV Anh. 165)[264] 0279
III 158 III Aria "Andrò dall'colle al Prato" by Bach, J. C.[265] 3022
III 160 III 1750–1755? (Harrer?) Motet Jauchzet dem Herrn alle Welt, TWV 8:10 C major 2SATB III/3: 15 Pasticcio (Telemann, Bach); text after Psalm 100; /2 after BWV 28/2, 28/2a; /3 after TWV 1:1066[266] 1471
III 161 III Motet Kündlich groß ist das gottselige Geheimnis/1 (Christmas) D major SATB Str? Bc III/3 by Graun (C. H.?), precedes laudes A and B of Bach's Magnificat 1472
III 162 III Motet Lob und Ehre und Weisheit und Dank 2SATB III/3 by Wagner, G. G.[267] 1473
III 163 III Motet Merk auf, mein Herz, und sieh dorthin 2SATB III/3 by Bach, J. B. or J. Ernst[268] 1474
III 164 III Motet Nun danket alle Gott SSATB III/3: 52 by Altnickol[269] 1475
III 165
222/3
/4 /6
III Motet Unser Wandel ist im Himmel SATB III/3 by Bach, J. Ernst[270] 1476
III 166 III 1716 (JLB)
1729 (JSB)
Kyrie–Gloria Mass Missa sopra cantilena "Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr" E minor SSATB 2Vl 2Vla Vc Bc 111: XV
41: 276
II/9 by Bach, J. L. (JLB 38), start of Gloria arr. by Bach[271] 1477
II 24 III 1715–1724 Kyrie–Gloria Mass A minor 111: XV by Pez, J. C.[272] 1332
II 26 III 1727–1732 (JSB) Kyrie–Gloria Mass (scores) C minor satbSATB 3Tro 2Vl Bc 41: 193
111: XVI
II/2: 295 by Durante (alternative Christe: BWV 242)[273] 1334
II 27 III Sanctus F major 111: XVII by Krebs, J. L.[274] 1335
III 168 III Kyrie (and German Gloria) G minor s SATB Str Bc 111: XVII II/9 by Bach, W. F. (BR E1 F 100) 1479
I 21 III Magnificat Meine Seel erhebt den Herren A minor s Fl 2Vl Bc II/9 by Hoffmann, M.[275] 1329
III 169 III 1724–1725 Passion Erbauliche Gedanken auf den Grünen Donnerstag und Charfreitag über den Leidenden Jesum text by Picander partly used in BWV 244 but no other known setting[276] 1480
8/6 III 1713 (Vet.)
1724-09-24
(JSB)
Chorale Herrscher über Tod und Leben (closing chorale of BWV 8) SATB 1: 241 I/23: 161, 251 by Vetter, D.[277][278] 0009
0010
III 170
27/6
III 1652 (Ros.)
1726-10-06
(JSB)
Chorale Welt, ade, ich bin dein müde SSATB Hn 2Ob Str Bc 51: 244 I/23: 221 by Rosenmüller; → BWV 27/6[278] 1481
43/11 III 1726-05-30 (JSB) Chorale Du lebensfürst, Herr Jesu Christ G major SATB 10: 126 I/12: 164 by Peter, C.; → BWV 43/11[279] 0058
567 III Prelude C major Organ by Krebs, J. L.[274] 0647
III 178 III Toccata quasi Fantasia con Fuga A major Organ 42: 250 by Purcell? Rossi, M.?[280] 1489
II 43 III Fugue B minor Organ by Bach, C. P. E.[281] 1351
II 44 III Fugue G Major Organ by Kellner, J. P. or J. C.[282] 1352
II 45 III Fugue on B-A-C-H B major Organ by Knecht[283]