List of compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach

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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).

Johann Sebastian Bach composed cantatas, motets, masses, Magnificats, Passions, oratorios, four-part chorales, songs and arias. His instrumental music includes concertos, suites, sonatas, fugues, and other works for organ, harpsichord, lute, violin, cello, flute, chamber ensemble and orchestra.

There are over 1000 known compositions by 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.

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four-part chorales that were published in the second half of the 18th century), followed by a rough overview of the unpublished ones.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 complementarily 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 rise 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, and a 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 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]

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
  2. Motetten (Motets), BWV 225–231
  3. Messen, Messensätze, Magnificat (Masses, Mass movements, Magnificat), BWV 232–243
  4. Passionen, Oratorien (Passions, Oratorios), BWV 244–249
  5. Vierstimmige Choräle (Four-part chorales), BWV 250–438
  6. Lieder, Arien, Quodlibet (Songs, Arias and Quodlibet), BWV 439–524
  7. Werke für Orgel (Works for organ), BWV 525–771
  8. Werke für Klavier (Keyboard compositions), BWV 772–994
  9. Werke für Laute (Lute compositions), BWV 995–1000
  10. Kammermusik (Chamber music), BWV 1001–1040
  11. Orchesterwerke (Works for orchestra), BWV 1041–1071, originally in two separate chapters: Concertos (BWV 1041–1065) and Overtures (BWV 1066–1071)
  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]

Schmieder published the BWV's second edition in 1990, with some modifications regarding authenticity discriminations, and more works added to the main catalogue and the Anhang. A strict numerical collation was abandoned to insert additions, or when for another reason compositions were regrouped. For example, BWV 11, formerly listed as a Cantata, was moved to the fourth chapter of the main catalogue as an Oratorio. Rather than renumbering a composition, an arrow indicated where the composition was inserted: "BWV 11/249b→" meaning "BWV 11, inserted after BWV 249b" (4th chapter). Similarly, BWV 1083/243a→ meant BWV 1083, inserted after BWV 243a (3rd chapter). Also authenticity discriminations, based on new research, could lead to such repositionings within the catalogue, e.g. "BWV Anh. II 114" became "Anh. II 114/Anh. III 183→ indicating it was now considered a spurious work.[5]

In 1998 Alfred Dürr and Yoshitake Kobayashi published a small edition of the catalogue, based on the 1990 second edition. This edition, known as BWV2a, contained a few further updates and collation rearrangements.[6]

New additions (Nachträge) to BWV2/BWV2a included:

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:

Some versions were completely removed from the catalogue, e.g. BWV 655b and c

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]

Numbers above BWV 1126 were added in the 21st century.

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.

BWV3[edit]

As of mid-2018 the Bach digital website started to implement the new numbers of the 3rd edition of the Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis, which had been announced for publication in that year.[8] For example, the Leipzig version of the Christ lag in Todes Banden cantata used to be BWV 4 in previous versions of the catalogue, and, in BWV3, has become BWV 4.2.[9]

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 meantime, the New Bach Edition (Neue Bach-Ausgabe, abbreviated as NBA) was being published,[10] 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.

NBArev[edit]

Some years after the completion of the NBA in 2007 its publisher Bärenreiter joined with the Bach Archive again to publish revised editions of some of Bach's scores. These revised editions, aligning with the NBA editions (format, layout), but outside that group of publications, were published under the name Johann Sebastian Bach: New Edition of the Complete Works – Revised Edition (Johann Sebastian Bach: Neue Ausgabe sämtlicher Werke – Revidierte Edition), in short: New Bach Edition – Revised (Neue Bach-Ausgabe – Revidierte Edition), abbreviated as NBArev. Where the original NBA editions were exclusively in German, the volumes of the Revised series have their introductions both in German and English. Its first volume, NBArev 1, was a new edition of the Mass in B minor, appearing in 2010.[11]

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.

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.[15] 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:[16]

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 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 transcription of an earlier work by himself or another composer.

Table sections (collated as in BWV2a for BWV 1–1126 and Anhang)
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, etc.
Background colors
Color Meaning
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
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See also Legend to the table below
Works in Bach's catalogues and collections
BWV Date Name Key Scoring NBA Additional info
1. Cantatas (see also: List of Bach cantatas, Church cantata (Bach) and List of secular cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach)
1 1725-03-25 Cantata Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (Annunciation) F major stbSATB 2Hn 2Odc 2Vl Str Bc I/28.2: 3
2 1724-06-18 Cantata Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein (Trinity II) G minor atbSATB 4Tbn 2Ob Str Bc I/16: 81
3 1725-01-14 Cantata Ach Gott, wie manches Herzeleid (Epiphany II) A major satbSATB Hn Tbn 2Oba Str Bc I/5: 189
4.2 1724-04-09 Cantata Christ lag in Todes Banden (Easter) E minor satbSATB Cnt 3Tbn Str Bc I/9: 1 text by Luther; after BWV 4.1
4.1 1707-04-24 Cantata Christ lag in Todes Banden (Easter; early version, lost) satbSATB 2Vl 2Va Bc I/9 text by Luther; → BWV 4.2
5 1724-10-15 Cantata Wo soll ich fliehen hin (Trinity XIX) G minor satbSATB Tdt 2Ob Str Bc I/24: 133
6 1725-04-02 Cantata Bleib bei uns, denn es will Abend werden (Easter 2) C minor satbSATB 2Ob Odc Str Vc Bc I/10: 43 BWV 649
7 1724-06-24 Cantata Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam (24 June: feast of John the Baptist) E minor atbSATB 2Oba 2Vl Str Bc I/29: 25
8.1 1724-09-24 Cantata Liebster Gott, wenn werd ich sterben? (Trinity XVI; 1st version) E major satbSATB Hn Fl Fl 2Oba Str Bc I/23: 105 BWV 8.2
8.2 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 8.1
9 1732-07-20 Cantata Es ist das Heil uns kommen her (Trinity VI) E major satbSATB Fl Oba Str Bc I/17.2: 83 BWV 648
10 1724-07-02 Cantata Meine Seel erhebt den Herren a.k.a. German Magnificat (Visitation) G minor satbSATB Tr 2Ob Str Bc I/28.2: 131
12 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 I/11.2: 1 text by Franck, S.?; → BWV 69.1/6
13 1726-01-20 Cantata Meine Seufzer, meine Tränen (Epiphany II) satbSATB 2Fl Odc Str Bc I/5: 229 text by Lehms (except /6)
14 1735-01-30 Cantata Wär Gott nicht mit uns diese Zeit (Epiphany IV) stbSATB Hn 2Ob Str Bc I/6: 139
16 1726-01-01 Cantata Herr Gott, dich loben wir (New Year/Circumcision) C major atbSATB Hn 2Ob Odc Str Va Bc I/4: 103 text by Lehms
17 1726-09-22 Cantata Wer Dank opfert, der preiset mich (Trinity XIV) satbSATB
2Ob Str Bc
I/21: 147 BWV 236/6
18.2 1724-02-13 Cantata Gleichwie der Regen und Schnee vom Himmel fällt (Sexagesima) A minor
Kammer-
ton
stbSATB 2Fl Bas 4Va Vc Bc I/7: 107 text by Neumeister; after BWV 18.1
18.1 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 18.2
19 1726-09-29 Cantata Es erhub sich ein Streit (Michaelmas) stbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob 2Oba Tai Str Bc I/30: 55 text by Picander
20 1724-06-11 Cantata O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort (Trinity I) atbSATB Tdt Tmp 3Ob Str Bc I/15: 133
21.1 before Dec. 1713 Cantata Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis (1st version: in ogni tempore; 1714-06-17: Trinity III) C minor satbSATB 3Tr Tmp Ob Str Bc I/16: 109 text by Franck, S.?; → BWV 21.2
21.2 c. 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 21.1; → .3
21.3 1723-06-13 Cantata Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis (3rd version: Trinity III) C minor satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 4Tne Ob Str Bc I/16 text by Franck, S.?; after BWV 21.2
22 1723-02-07 Cantata Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe (Estomihi) satbSATB Ob Str Bc I/8: 1
23.1 1723 Cantata Du wahrer Gott und Davids Sohn (1st version, 3 movements: Estomihi) C minor satbSATB 2Ob Str Bc I/8: 35 BWV 23.2, .3
23.2 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 23.1; → .3
23.3 1728–1731 Cantata Du wahrer Gott und Davids Sohn (3rd version, 4 movements: Estomihi) C minor satbSATB 2Ob Str Bc I/8: 35 after BWV 23.1, .2
24 1723-06-20 Cantata Ein ungefärbt Gemüte (Trinity IV) F major satbSATB Cl 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc I/17.1: 47 text by Neumeister
25 1723-08-29 Cantata Es ist nichts Gesundes an meinem Leibe (Trinity XIV) stbSATB Crn 3Tbn 3Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/21: 79
26 1724-11-19 Cantata Ach wie flüchtig, ach wie nichtig (Trinity XXIV) A minor satbSATB Hn Fl 3Ob Str Bc I/27: 29
27 1726-10-06 Cantata Wer weiß, wie nahe mir mein Ende? (Trinity XVI) satbSSATB Hn 2Ob Odc Str Org Bc I/23: 221 after BWV Anh. 170
28 1725-12-30 Cantata Gottlob! nun geht das Jahr zu Ende (Christmas I) A minor satbSATB Cnt 3Tbn 2Ob Tai Str Bc I/3.2: 75 text by Neumeister; → BWV 28/2a, Anh. 160/2
28/2a 1725? Motet Sei Lob und Preis mit Ehren C major SATB III/3: 15 after BWV 28/2; → Anh. 160/2; was BWV 231
29 1731-08-27 Cantata Wir danken dir, Gott, wir danken dir (council election) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Str Org Bc I/32.2: 1 after BWV 120.2/4
30.2 1738-06-24 Cantata Freue dich, erlöste Schar (24 June: feast of John the Baptist) satbSATB 2Fl 2Ob Oba Vl Str Bc I/29: 59 text by Picander?; after BWV 30.1 (parody)
30.1 1737-09-28 Secular cantata Angenehmes Wiederau (for Hennicke [de] at Wiederau [de] manor) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob Oba Str Bc I/39: 51 text by Picander?; → BWV 30.2, 195, v2/6, /8
31.2 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
rev 2
text by Franck, S; after BWV 31.1
31.1 1715-04-21 Cantata Der Himmel lacht! Die Erde jubilieret (Weimar version: Easter) C major stbSSATB 3Tr Tmp 3Ob Tai Bas 2Vl 2Va Bc I/9
rev 2
text by Franck, S; → BWV 31.2
32 1726-01-13 Cantata Liebster Jesu, mein Verlangen (Epiphany I) E minor sbSATB Ob Str Bc I/5: 143 text by Lehms
33 1724-09-03 Cantata Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (Trinity XIII) A minor atbSATB 2Ob Str Bc I/21: 23
34.1 1727-06-01 Cantata O ewiges Feuer, o Ursprung der Liebe (Pentecost) D major atbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/13: 129 BWV 34.2
34.2 after 1727 Cantata O ewiges Feuer, o Ursprung der Liebe (wedding; incomplete) satbSATB Vl Va Bc I/33: 27 after BWV 34.1
35 1726-09-08 Cantata Geist und Seele wird verwirret (Trinity XII) a 2Ob Tai Str Org Bc I/20: 215 text by Lehms
36.4 1725–1730 Cantata Schwingt freudig euch empor (Advent I; early version) stbSATB Oba Str Bc I/1: 17 after BWV 36.1; → BWV 36.5
36.5 1731-12-02 Cantata Schwingt freudig euch empor (Advent I) satbSATB 2Oba Str Bc I/1: 41 after BWV 36.4
36.2 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 36.1/1, /3, /5, /7, /9
36.3 1735-07-27 Secular cantata Die Freude reget sich (birthday of Rivinus, J. F. [de]?) satSATB Fl Oba Str Bc I/38: 255 after BWV 36.1/1, /3, /5, /7, /8
36.1 April–May 1725 Secular cantata Schwingt freudig euch empor (birthday of Mencke, J. B. [de]?) stbSATB Oba Str Va Bc I/39: 1 BWV 36.2.4
37 1724-05-18 Cantata Wer da gläubet und getauft wird (Ascension) A major satbSATB 2Oba Str Bc I/12: 79
38 1724-10-29 Cantata Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir (Trinity XXI) E minor satbSATB 2Ob 4Tbn Str Bc I/25: 217
39 1726-06-23 Cantata Brich dem Hungrigen dein Brot (Trinity I) sabSATB 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/15 179
40 1723-12-26 Cantata Darzu ist erschienen der Sohn Gottes (Christmas 2) F major atbSATB 2Hn 2Ob Str Bc I/3.1: 3 BWV 233/6
41 1725-01-01 Cantata Jesu, nun sei gepreiset (New Year) C major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 3Ob Str Vc Bc I/4: 37
42 1725-04-08 Cantata Am Abend aber desselbigen Sabbats (Quasimodogeniti) satbSATB 2Ob Bas Str Bc I/11.1: 61
43 1726-05-30 Cantata Gott fähret auf mit Jauchzen (Ascension) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Str Bc I/12: 133 after BWV 43/11
44 1724-05-21 Cantata Sie werden euch in den Bann tun (Exaudi) satbSATB 2Ob Str Bc I/12: 165
45 1726-08-11 Cantata Es ist dir gesagt, Mensch, was gut ist (Trinity VIII) E major atbSATB 2Fl Ob Oba Str Bc I/18: 197
46 1723-08-01 Cantata Schauet doch und sehet, ob irgend ein Schmerz sei (Trinity X) atbSATB Tdt Hn 2Fl 2Odc Str Bc I/19: 109
47 1726-10-13 Cantata Wer sich selbst erhöhet, der soll erniedriget werden (Trinity XVII) G minor sbSATB 2Ob Str Org Bc I/23: 319 text by Helbig
48 1723-10-03 Cantata Ich elender Mensch, wer wird mich erlösen (Trinity XIX) G minor atSATB Tr 2Ob Str Bc I/24: 105
49 1726-11-03 Cantata Ich geh und suche mit Verlangen (Trinity XX) G minor sb Oba Str Vl Org Bc I/25: 107 BWV 1053/3
50 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 I/30: 141 text after Rev. 12: 10; in SBB P 136
51 1730-09-17 Cantata Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen (Trinity XV) C major s (2)Tr (Tmp) Str Bc I/22: 77
52 1726-11-24 Cantata Falsche Welt, dir trau ich nicht (Trinity XXIII) F major sSATB 2Hn 3Ob Bas Str Bc I/26: 131 text by Birkmann; after BWV 1046a/1
54 1714–1717? Cantata Widerstehe doch der Sünde (Oculi) E major a 2Vl 2Va Bc I/18: 3 text by Lehms; BWV 247/53?
55 1726-11-17 Cantata Ich armer Mensch, ich Sündenknecht (Trinity XXII) G minor tSATB Fl Oba Str Bc I/26: 55 text by Birkmann
56 1726-10-27 Cantata Ich will den Kreuzstab gerne tragen (Trinity XIX) bSATB 2Ob Tai Str Vc Bc I/24: 173 text by Birkmann
57 1725-12-26 Cantata Selig ist der Mann (Christmas 2) G minor sbSATB 2Ob Tai Str Bc I/3.1: 83 text by Lehms
58.2 1733-01-04
or
1734-01-03
Cantata Ach Gott, wie manches Herzeleid (New Year I) C major sb 2Ob Tai Vl Str Bc I/4: 217 text by Birkmann; after BWV 58.1
58.1 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 58.2
59 1724-05-28 Cantata Wer mich liebet, der wird mein Wort halten (Pentecost) C major sbSATB 2Tr Tmp Str Bc I/13: 65 text by Neumeister; → BWV 74/1 and /2, 175/7
60 1723-11-07 Cantata O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort (Trinity XXIV) D major atbSATB Hn 2Oba Str Bc I/27: 1
61 1714-12-02 Cantata Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Advent I – first setting) stbSATB Fag 2Vl 2Va Bc I/1: 1 text by Neumeister
62 1724-12-03 Cantata Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Advent I – second setting) B minor satbSATB Hn 2Ob Str Bc I/1: 75
63 1714-12-25
1723-12-25
Cantata Christen, ätzet diesen Tag (Christmas; two versions) C major satbSATB 4Tr Tmp 3Ob Bas Str Bc I/2: 1 text by Heineccius, J. M.?
64 1723-12-27 Cantata Sehet, welch eine Liebe hat uns der Vater erzeiget (Christmas 3) E minor sabSATB Cnt 3Tbn Oba Str Bc I/3.1: 113 text by Knauer (modified)
65 1724-01-06 Cantata Sie werden aus Saba alle kommen (Epiphany) tbSATB 2Hn 2Fl 2Odc Str Bc I/5: 1
66.2 1724-04-10 Cantata Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen (Easter 2) atbSATB Tr 2Ob Str Bc I/10: 1 after BWV 66.1/8, /1–/4
66.1 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 66.2/1–/5
67 1724-04-16 Cantata Halt im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ (Quasimodogeniti) A major atbSATB Hn Fl 2Oba Str Bc I/11.1: 1 BWV 234/2
68 1725-05-21 Cantata Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt (Pentecost 2) D minor sbSATB Hn Cnt 3Tbn 2Ob Tai Str Vc Bc I/14: 31 text by Ziegler, C. M.; after BWV 208/13 and /7
69.2 1748-08-26 Cantata Lobe den Herrn, meine Seele (council election) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 3Ob Oba Bas Str Bc I/32.2: 111 after BWV 69.1/1, /3 and /5
69.1 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 69.2/1, /3 and /5
70.2 1723-11-21 Cantata Wachet! Betet! Betet! Wachet! (Trinity XXVI) C major satbSATB Tr Ob Str Vc Bc I/27: 107 text by Franck, S (reworked); after BWV 70.1
70.1 1716-12-06 Cantata Wachet! Betet! Betet! Wachet! (Advent II) satbSATB Tr Ob Str Vc Bc I/1 text by Franck, S; → BWV 70.2/1, /3, /5, /8, /10, /11
71 1708-02-04 Cantata Gott ist mein König (council election) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl Vc 2Ob Bas Str Vne Org I/32.1: 3 text by Eilmar?
72 1726-01-27 Cantata Alles nur nach Gottes Willen (Epiphany III) A minor sabSATB 2Ob Str Bc I/6: 59 text by Franck, S; → BWV 235/2
73 1724-01-23 Cantata Herr, wie du willt, so schicks mit mir (Epiphany III) G minor stbSATB Hn 2Ob Str Bc I/6: 3
74 1725-05-20 Cantata Wer mich liebet, der wird mein Wort halten (Pentecost) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Odc Str Bc I/13: 83 text by Ziegler, C. M.; after BWV 59/1, /4
75 1723-05-30 Cantata Die Elenden sollen essen (Trinity I) satbSATB Tr 2Ob Oba Bas Str Bc I/15: 85 BWV 100/6
76 1723-06-06 Cantata Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes (Trinity II) C major satbSATB Tr 2Ob Oba Str Vdg Bc I/16: 1 BWV 528/1
77 1723-08-22 Cantata Du sollt Gott, deinen Herren, lieben (Trinity XIII) satbSATB Tdt 2Ob Str Bc I/21: 1 text by Knauer
78 1724-09-10 Cantata Jesu, der du meine Seele (Trinity XIV) G minor satbSATB Hn Fl 2Ob Str Vne Bc I/21: 115
79 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 I/31: 1 BWV 236/2, /4, 234/5
80.3 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 I/31: 71 text by Franck, S; after BWV 80.1, .2
80.1 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 80.2, .3
80.2 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 80.1; → BWV 80.3
81 1724-01-30 Cantata Jesus schläft, was soll ich hoffen? (Epiphany IV) E minor atbSATB 2Fl 2Oba Str Bc I/6: 111
82.1 1727-02-02 Cantata Ich habe genug (Purification; 1st version) C minor b Ob Str Bc I/28.1: 111 text by Birkmann; → BWV 82.2–.4
82.2 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 82.1; → 82.3–.4
82.2/2–/3 c.1731 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 34 Recitative "Ich habe genug"; Aria "Schlummert ein, ihr matten Augen" E minor s Bc V/4 text by Birkmann; after BWV 82.2
82.2/3 c.1731 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 38 Aria "Schlummert ein, ihr matten Augen" (incomplete) E minor s Bc V/4 text by Birkmann; after BWV 82.2
82.3 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 82.1–.2; → 82.4
82.4 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 82.1–.3
83 1724-02-02 Cantata Erfreute Zeit im neuen Bunde (Purification) atbSATB 2Hn 2Ob Vl Str Bc I/28.1: 3
84 1727-02-09 Cantata Ich bin vergnügt mit meinem Glücke (Septuagesimae) E minor sSATB Ob Str Bc I/7: 21 text by Picander (reworked)?
85 1725-04-15 Cantata Ich bin ein guter Hirt (Misericordias Domini) C minor satbSATB 2Ob Str Vc Bc I/11.1: 157
86 1724-05-14 Cantata Wahrlich, wahrlich, ich sage euch (Rogate) E major satbSATB 2Oba Str Bc I/12: 45
87 1725-05-06 Cantata Bisher habt ihr nichts gebeten in meinem Namen (Rogate) D minor atbSATB 2Ob 2Odc Str Bc I/12: 61 text by Ziegler, C. M. (reworked)
88 1726-07-21 Cantata Siehe, ich will viel Fischer aussenden (Trinity V) D major
B minor
satbSATB 2Hn 2Oba Tai Str Bc I/17.2: 33
89 1723-10-24 Cantata Was soll ich aus dir machen, Ephraim? (Trinity XXII) sabSATB Hn 2Ob Str Bc I/26: 1
90 1723-11-14 Cantata Es reißet euch ein schrecklich Ende (Trinity XXV) D minor atbSATB (Tr) Str Bc I/27: 59
91.2 after 1740 Cantata Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ (Christmas; later version) G major satbSATB 2Hn Tmp 3Ob Str Bc I/2: 131 after BWV 91.1
91.1 1724-12-25 Cantata Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ (Christmas; early version) G major satbSATB 2Hn Tmp 3Ob Str Bc I/2: 164 BWV 91.2
92 1725-01-28 Cantata Ich hab in Gottes Herz und Sinn (Septuagesimae) B minor satbSATB 2Oba Str Bc I/7: 41
93 1724-07-09 Cantata Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten (Trinity V) C minor satbSATB 2Ob Str Bc I/17.2: 3 BWV 647
94 1724-08-06 Cantata Was frag ich nach der Welt (Trinity IX) D major satbSATB Fl 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc I/19: 43
95 1723-09-12 Cantata Christus, der ist mein Leben (Trinity XVI) G major stbSATB Hn or Cnt 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc I/23: 65
96 1724-10-08 Cantata Herr Christ, der einge Gottessohn (Trinity XVIII) F major satbSATB Hn or Tbn Fl/Fl or Vl 2Ob Str Bc I/24: 1
97 1734-07-25
?; after 1735
Cantata In allen meinen Taten (two versions; Trinity V?) B major satbSATB 2Ob Str Bc I/34: 197 text by Fleming
98 1726-11-10 Cantata Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan (Trinity XXI) B major satbSATB 2Ob Str Bc I/25: 241 text by Birkmann
99 1724-09-17 Cantata Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan (Trinity XV) G major satbSATB Hn Fl Oba Str Bc I/22: 41 text by Rodigast (reworked); → BWV 100/1
100 1732–1735 Cantata Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan G major satbSATB 2Hn Tmp Fl Oba Str Bc I/34: 239 text by Rodigast; after BWV 99/1, 75/7
101 1724-08-13 Cantata Nimm von uns, Herr, du treuer Gott (Trinity X) G major satbSATB 2Hn Tmp Fl Oba Str Bc I/19: 173
102 1726-08-25 Cantata Herr, deine Augen sehen nach dem Glauben (Trinity X) G minor atbSATB Fl Vl 2Ob Str Bc I/19: 229 BWV 235/1, 233/4, /5
103 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 I/11.2: 25 text by Ziegler, C. M.
104 1724-04-23 Cantata Du Hirte Israel, höre (Misericordias) tbSATB 2Ob 2Oba Tai Str Bc I/11.1: 113
105 1723-07-25 Cantata Herr, gehe nicht ins Gericht mit deinem Knecht (Trinity IX) G minor satbSATB Hn 2Ob Str Bc I/19: 1
106 1708-09-16? Cantata Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit (funeral; "Actus tragicus") E major satbSATB 2Fl 2Vdg Bc I/34: 1 text by Olearius (reworked)
107 1724-07-23 Cantata Was willst du dich betrüben (Trinity VII) B minor stbSATB Hn 2Fl 2Oba Str Bc I/18: 55 text by Heermann
108 1725-04-29 Cantata Es ist euch gut, daß ich hingehe (Cantate) A major
B minor
atbSATB 2Oba Str Bc I/12: 17 text by Ziegler, C. M.
109 1723-10-17 Cantata Ich glaube, lieber Herr, hilf meinem Unglauben (Trinity XXI; 2 versions) D minor atSATB (Hn) 2Ob Str Bc I/25: 157
110 1725-12-25 Cantata Unser Mund sei voll Lachens (Christmas) D major
B minor
satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 3Ob Oba Odc Bas Str Bc I/2: 71 text by Lehms
111 1725-01-25 Cantata Was mein Gott will, das g'scheh allzeit (Epiphany III) A minor satbSATB 2Ob Str Bc I/6: 27
112 1731-04-08 Cantata Der Herr ist mein getreuer Hirt (Misericordias) G major satbSATB 2Hn 2Oba Str Bc I/11.1: 179 text by Meuslin after Ps. 23
113 1724-08-20 Cantata Herr Jesu Christ, du höchstes Gut (Trinity XI) B minor satbSATB Fl 2Oba Str Bc I/20: 79
114 1724-10-01 Cantata Ach, lieben Christen, seid getrost (Trinity XVII) G minor satbSATB Hn Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/23: 287
115 1724-11-05 Cantata Mache dich, mein Geist, bereit (Trinity XXII) G major satbSATB Hn Fl Oba Str Vc Bc I/26: 21 text by Freystein (reworked)
116 1724-11-26 Cantata Du Friedefürst, Herr Jesu Christ (Trinity XXV) A major satbSATB Hn 2Oba Str Bc I/27: 79 text by Ebert (reworked)
117 1728–1731 Cantata Sei Lob und Ehr dem höchsten Gut G major atbSATB 2Fl 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc I/34: 151 text by Schütz, J. J.
119 1723-08-30 Cantata Preise, Jerusalem, den Herrn (council election) C major satbSATB 4Tr Tmp 2Fl 3Ob 2Odc Str Bc I/32.1: 129
120.1 1729 or earlier Cantata Gott, man lobet dich in der Stille (council election) satbSATB 3Tr 2Ob 2Oba Vl Str Bc I/32.2: 53 BWV 120.2/6, /1, /3, 1019a/3 ; → BWV 120.3/1, /2, /4, 232II/9
120.2 1729? Cantata Herr Gott, Beherrscher aller Dinge (wedding; incomplete) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob 2Oba Str Org Bc I/33: 75 after BWV 1006/1, 137/5; ↔ BWV 120.1/2, /4, /6, 1019a/3; → BWV 120.3/2, /4, /1, 232II/9, 29/1
120.3 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 120.1/1, /2, /4, 120.2/6, /1, /3, 1019a/3; → 232II/9
121 1724-12-26 Cantata Christum wir sollen loben schon (Christmas 2) satbSATB Cnt 3Tbn Oba Str Bc I/3.1: 57
122 1724-12-31 Cantata Das neugeborne Kindelein (Christmas I) G minor satbSATB 3Fl 2Ob Tai Str Bc I/3.2: 53
123 1725-01-06 Cantata Liebster Immanuel, Herzog der Frommen (Epiphany) B minor atbSATB 2Fl 2Oba Str Bc I/5: 47
124 1725-01-07 Cantata Meinen Jesum laß ich nicht (Epiphany I) E major satbSATB Hn Oba Str Bc I/5: 115
125 1725-02-02 Cantata Mit Fried und Freud ich fahr dahin (Purification) E minor atbSATB Hn Fl Ob Oba Str Bc I/28.1: 31
126 1725-02-04 Cantata Erhalt uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort (Sexagesimae) A minor atbSATB Tr 2Ob Str Bc I/7: 155
127 1725-02-11 Cantata Herr Jesu Christ, wahr' Mensch und Gott (Estomihi) F major stbSATB Tr 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/8: 107 BWV 127/1 (variant)
127/1 (var.) 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
128 1725-05-10 Cantata Auf Christi Himmelfahrt allein (Ascension) G major atbSATB Tr 2Hn 2Ob 2Oba Odc Str Bc I/12: 101 text by Ziegler, C. M.
129 1727-06-08 Cantata Gelobet sei der Herr, mein Gott (Trinity) D major sabSATB 3Tr Tmp Fl 2Ob Oba Str Bc I/15: 37 text by Olearius
130.1 1724-09-29 Cantata Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir (Michaelmas; 1st version) C major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp Fl 3Ob Str Bc I/30: 48 text by Eber (reworked); → BWV 130.2
130.2 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); after BWV 130.1
131 1707–1708 Cantata Aus der Tiefen rufe ich, Herr, zu dir G minor satbSATB Ob Bas Str Bc I/34: 67 text by Bach or Eilmar after Ps. 130; → BWV 131a
132 1715-12-22 Cantata Bereitet die Wege, bereitet die Bahn (Advent IV) A major satbSATB Ob Bas Str Vc Bc I/1: 99
rev 2
text by Franck, S.
133 1724-12-27 Cantata Ich freue mich in dir (Christmas 3) A major satbSATB Cnt 2Oba Str Bc I/3.1: 135 text by Ziegler, C. (/1, /6)
134.3 1731-03-27
1735-04-12
Cantata Ein Herz, das seinen Jesum lebend weiß (Easter 3; later version) atSATB 2Ob Str Bc I/10: 69 after BWV 134.2
134.2 1724-04-11 Cantata Ein Herz, das seinen Jesum lebend weiß (Easter 3; early version) atSATB 2Ob Str Bc I/10: 106 after BWV 134.1; → BWV 134.3
134.1 1719-01-01 Secular cantata Die Zeit, die Tag und Jahre macht (congratulation for New Year) atSATB 2Ob Str Bc I/35: 49 text by Hunold; → BWV 134.2
135 1724-06-25 Cantata Ach Herr, mich armen Sünder (Trinity III) atbSATB Cnt Tbn 2Ob Str Bc I/16: 197
136 1723-07-18 Cantata Erforsche mich, Gott, und erfahre mein Herz (Trinity VIII) atbSATB Hn 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc I/18: 129 BWV 234/6
137 1725-08-19 Cantata Lobe den Herren, den mächtigen König der Ehren (Trinity XII) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Str Bc I/20: 171 text by Neander; → BWV 650
138 1723-09-05 Cantata Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz (Trinity XV) satbSATB 2Oba Str Bc I/22: 19 BWV 236/3
139 1724-11-12 Cantata Wohl dem, der sich auf seinen Gott (Trinity XXIII) satbSATB 2Oba Str Bc I/26: 97 text by Rube (reworked)
140 1731-11-25 Cantata Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme (Trinity XXVII) stbSATB Hn 2Ob Tai Vl Str Bc I/27: 149 text by Nicolai (reworked); → BWV 645
143 Cantata Lobe den Herrn, meine Seele (New Year) stbSATB 3Hn Tmp Bas Str Bc I/4: 165
rev 2
144 1724-02-06 Cantata Nimm, was dein ist, und gehe hin (Septuagesima) satSATB 2Ob Oba Str Bc I/7: 1
145 1729-04-19 Cantata Ich lebe, mein Herze, zu deinem Ergötzen (Easter 3) stbSATB Tr Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/10: 111 text by Picander; after BWV 145/b
146 1726-05-12 Cantata Wir müssen durch viel Trübsal (Jubilate) satbSATB Fl 2Ob 2Oba Tai Str Org Bc I/11.2: 65 after BWV 1052R/1, /2?; → BWV 1052/1, /2
147.2 1723-07-02 Cantata Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben (Visitation) D major satbSATB Tr 2Ob Oba 2Odc Str Bc I/28: 63 text by Franck, S. (reworked); after BWV 147.1
147.1 1716-12-20 Cantata Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben (Advent IV) D major satbSATB Tr Ob Str Bc I/1 text by Franck, S.; → BWV 147.2/1, /3, /7, /5
148 1723-09-19 Cantata Bringet dem Herrn Ehre seines Namens (Trinity XVII) atSATB Tr 2Oba Odc Str Bc I/23: 253 text by Picander
149 1729-09-29 Cantata Man singet mit Freuden vom Sieg (Michaelmas) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 3Ob Bas Str Vne Bc I/30: 97 text by Picander; after BWV 208/15
149/1a 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
150 1707-07-10 Cantata Nach dir, Herr, verlanget mich (Trinity III) satbSATB Bas 2Vl Bc I/41: 3
151 1725-12-27 Cantata Süßer Trost, mein Jesus kömmt (Christmas 3) satbSATB Fl Vl Oba Str Bc I/3.1: 169 text by Lehms
152 1714-12-30 Cantata Tritt auf die Glaubensbahn (Christmas I) sb Fl Ob Va Vdg Bc I/3.2: 3 text by Franck, S.; ↔ BWV 536/2; → 536a/2
153 1724-01-02 Cantata Schau, lieber Gott, wie meine Feind (Christmas II) atbSATB Str Bc I/4: 199
154 1724-01-09 Cantata Mein liebster Jesus ist verloren (Epiphany I) atbSATB 2Oba Str Hc Bc I/5: 89
155 1716-01-19
1724-01-16
Cantata Mein Gott, wie lang, ach lange? (Epiphany II) satbSATB Bas Str Bc I/5: 173 text by Franck, S.
156 1729-01-23 Cantata Ich steh mit einem Fuß im Grabe (Epiphany III) F major satbSATB Ob Str Bc I/6: 91 text by Picander; after BWV 1056R/2?; → BWV 1056/2
157.2 1727-02-06 Cantata Ich lasse dich nicht, du segnest mich denn (funeral; later: Purification) tbSATB Fl Ob Oba Va Str Bc I/34: 41 text by Picander; after BWV 157.1
157.1 before 1727-02-06 Cantata Ich lasse dich nicht, du segnest mich denn (funeral) tbSATB Fl Oba Va Str Bc I/34 text by Picander; → BWV 157.2
158 Cantata Der Friede sei mit dir (Purification; later: Easter 3) sbSATB Ob Vl Bc I/10: 129 in SBB P 1047, St 634
159 1729-02-27 Cantata Sehet, wir gehn hinauf gen Jerusalem (Estomihi) satbSATB Ob Str Bc I/8: 153 text by Picander
161 1716-09-27 Cantata Komm, du süße Todesstunde (Trinity XVI; 1st version) atSATB 2Fl Str Org Bc I/23: 1 text by Franck, S.; → BWV 161, v2
161, v2 1723–1750? Cantata Komm, du süße Todesstunde (Trinity XVI; 2nd version) satSATB 2Fl Str Bc I/23: 33 text by Franck, S.; after BWV 161
162.1 1716-10-25 Cantata Ach! ich sehe, itzt, da ich zur Hochzeit gehe (Trinity XX) A minor satbSATB Str Bc I/25: 1 text by Franck, S.; → BWV 162.2
162.2 1723-10-10 Cantata Ach! ich sehe, itzt, da ich zur Hochzeit gehe (Trinity XX) B minor satbSATB Hn Str Bc I/25: 23 text by Franck, S.; after BWV 162.1
163 1715-11-24 Cantata Nur jedem das Seine (Trinity XXIII) satbSATB Str 2Vc Bc I/26: 77 text by Franck, S.
164 1725-08-26 Cantata Ihr, die ihr euch von Christo nennet (Trinity XIII) satbSATB 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/21: 57 text by Franck, S.
165 1715-06-16
1724-06-04
Cantata O heilges Geist- und Wasserbad (Trinity) satbSATB Fag Str Bc I/15: 1 text by Franck, S.; in SBB Am.B 105
166 1724-05-07 Cantata Wo gehest du hin? (Cantate) satbSATB Ob Str Bc I/12: 1 text by Franck, S.; → BWV 584
167 1723-06-24 Cantata Ihr Menschen, rühmet Gottes Liebe (24 June: feast of John the Baptist) satbSATB Tr Ob Odc Str Bc I/29: 1
168 1725-07-29 Cantata Tue Rechnung! Donnerwort (Trinity IX) satbSATB 2Oba Str Bc I/19: 87 text by Franck, S.
169 1726-10-20 Cantata Gott soll allein mein Herze haben (Trinity XVIII) aSATB 2Oba Tai Str Org Bc I/24: 59 text by Birkmann; → BWV 1053/1, /2
170 1726-07-28 Cantata Vergnügte Ruh, beliebte Seelenlust (Trinity VI) a Oba Fl Str Org Bc I/17.2: 61 text by Lehms
171 1729-01-01 Cantata Gott, wie dein Name, so ist auch dein Ruhm (New Year) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Str Bc I/4: 131 text by Picander; after BWV 205
172.1 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 172.2
172.2 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 I/13: 1 text by Franck, S.?; after BWV 172.1; → BWV 172.3
172.3 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 I/13: 33 text by Franck, S.?; after BWV 172.2
173.2 1727-06-02
1731-05-14
Cantata Erhöhtes Fleisch und Blut (Pentecost 2) satbSATB 2Fl Str Bc I/14: 1 after BWV 173.1
173.1 1722-12-10 Secular cantata Durchlauchtster Leopold (birthday of Leopold of Anhalt-Köthen) satbSATB 2Fl Str Bc I/35: 95 BWV 173.2
174 1729-06-06 Cantata Ich liebe den Höchsten von ganzem Gemüte (Pentecost 2) atbSATB 2Cdc 2Ob Tai 3Vl 3Va 3Vc Str Bc I/14: 63 text by Picander; after BWV 1048/1
175 1725-05-22 Cantata Er rufet seinen Schafen mit Namen (Pentecost 3) atbSATB 2Tr 3Fl Str Vc Bc I/14: 147 text by Ziegler, C. M.
176 1725-05-27 Cantata Es ist ein trotzig und verzagt Ding (Trinity) sabSATB 2Ob Odc Str Bc I/15: 17 text by Ziegler, C. M.
177 1732-07-06 Cantata Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (Trinity IV) satSATB 2Ob Odc Bas Vl Str Bc I/17.1: 77 text by Agricola, J.
178 1724-07-30 Cantata Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält (Trinity VIII) atbSATB Hn 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc I/18: 159
179 1723-08-08 Cantata Siehe zu, daß deine Gottesfurcht nicht Heuchelei sei (Trinity XI) stbSATB 2Ob 2Odc Str Bc I/20: 55 BWV 236/1, /5, 234/4
180 1724-10-22 Cantata Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele (Trinity XX) satbSATB 2Fl Fl Ob Odc Str Vc Bc I/25: 41
181 1724-02-13 Cantata Leichtgesinnte Flattergeister (Sexagesima) satbSATB Tr Fl Ob Str Bc I/7: 133
182 1714-03-25
1724-03-25
1728-03-21
Cantata Himmelskönig, sei willkommen (Palm Sunday) G major atbSATB Fl (Ob 2)Vl 2Va Bc I/8.2: 1 text by Franck, S.?
183 1725-05-13 Cantata Sie werden euch in den Bann tun (Exaudi) satbSATB 2Oba 2Odc Str Vc Bc I/12: 187 text by Ziegler, C. M.
184.2 1724-05-30
1727-06-03
1731-05-15
Cantata Erwünschtes Freudenlicht (Pentecost 3) satSATB 2Fl Str Bc I/14: 119 after BWV 184.1/1–/4, /6
184.1 1721-01-01 Secular cantata (incomplete) sb 2Fl Vl Str Bc (?) I/35 BWV 184.2/1–/4, /6
185.1 1715-07-14 Cantata Barmherziges Herze der ewigen Liebe (Trinity IV) satbSATB Ob Str Bc I/17.1: 1 text by Franck, S.; → BWV 185.2
185.2 1723-06-20 Cantata Barmherziges Herze der ewigen Liebe (Trinity IV) G minor satbSATB Tr Ob Str Bc I/17.1: 1 text by Franck, S.; after BWV 185.1
186.2 1723-07-11 Cantata Ärgre dich, o Seele, nicht (Trinity VII) satbSATB 2Ob Tai Bas Str Bc I/18: 15 text by Franck, S. (reworked); after BWV 186.1/1–/5
186.1 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 186.2/1, /3, /5, /8, /10
187 1726-08-04 Cantata Es wartet alles auf dich (Trinity VII) sabSATB 2Ob Str Bc I/18: 91 BWV 235/6, /4, /3, /5
188 1728-10-17 Cantata Ich habe meine Zuversicht (Trinity XXI) D minor satbSATB 2Ob Tai Str Org Bc I/25: 265 text by Picander; after BWV 1052R/3?; → BWV 1052/3
190.1 1724-01-01 Cantata Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied (New Year; incomplete) atbSATB 3Tr Tmp 3Ob Oba Bas Str Bc I/4: 1 BWV 190.2/1, /2, /3, /5
190.2 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
191 1743–1746 Cantata Gloria in excelsis Deo (Christmas) stSSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/2: 171 after BWV 232/4, /5, /8, /12
192 autumn 1730? Cantata Nun danket alle Gott (incomplete) sbSATB 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/34: 107 text by Rinkart
193.2 1727-08-25 Cantata Ihr Tore zu Zion (council election; incomplete) saSA(TB) 2Ob Str (Bc) I/32.1: 201 after BWV 193.1/1, /7, /9
193.1 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 193.2/1, /3, /5
194.3 1724-06-04
1731-05-20
Cantata Höchsterwünschtes Freudenfest (Trinity; 1st Leipzig version) B major stbSATB 3Ob Bas Str Bc I/31 after BWV 194.2; → BWV 194.4
194.4 1726-06-16 Cantata Höchsterwünschtes Freudenfest? (Trinity; 2nd Leipzig version) B major stbSATB 3Ob Bas Str Bc I/31: 235 after BWV 194.3/12, /2, /3, /4, /5, /7, /10
194.2 1723-11-02 Cantata Höchsterwünschtes Freudenfest (Störmthal version: consecration of church and organ) B major sabSATB 3Ob Bas Str Bc I/31: 123 after BWV 194.1/1, /3, /5, /7, /9; → BWV 194.3
194.1 1717–1723? Secular cantata model for church cantata versions of BWV 194 (incomplete) B major 3Ob Str &? I/35 BWV 194.2/1, /3, /5, /8, /10
195.3 c.1748–1749 Cantata Dem Gerechten muß das Licht (wedding; last version) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Hn 2Fl 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc I/33: 171 after BWV 195.2
195.1 1727–1731 Cantata Dem Gerechten muß das Licht (wedding; 1st version, lost) SATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/33 BWV 195.2
195.2 c.1742 Cantata Dem Gerechten muß das Licht (wedding; 2nd version, incomplete) SATB &? I/33 after BWV 195.1, 30a/5, /1; → BWV 195.3
196 1708-06-05? Cantata Der Herr denket an uns (wedding) stbSATB Str Bc I/33: 1 text after Ps. 115: 12–15
197.2 1736–1737 Cantata Gott ist unsre Zuversicht (wedding) sabSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob 2Oba Bas Str Bc I/33: 117 after BWV 197.1
197.1 1728-12-25 Cantata Ehre sei Gott in der Höhe (Christmas; incomplete) abSATB 2Fl Oba Bas Str Vc Bc I/2: 63 text by Picander; → BWV 197.2
198 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 I/38: 179 text by Gottsched, J. C.; ↔ BWV 244a, 247
199.2 1720–1721 Cantata Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut (Trinity XI; Köthen version; incomplete) D minor s Ob Str Vdg Bc I/20: 48 text by Lehms; after BWV 199.1; → 199.3
199.3 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 199.2
199.1 1714-08-12 Cantata Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut (Trinity XI; Weimar version) C minor s Ob Str Bc I/20: 1 text by Lehms; → BWV 199.2
200 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
201 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 I/40: 117 text by Picander
202 c.1718? Secular cantata Weichet nur, betrübte Schatten (wedding) G major s Ob Str Bc I/40: 1 in D-LEb Peters Ms. R 8
203 c.1720? Secular cantata Amore traditore A minor b Hc I/41: 31
204 1726–1727 Secular cantata Ich bin in mir vergnügt a.k.a. Von der Vergnügsamkeit B major s Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/40: 79 text by Hunold (reworked)
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 I/38: 1 text by Picander; → BWV 205.2/1–/7, /9–/11, /13, /15, 171/4, 216/7
205.2 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 205.1/1–/7, /9–/11, /13, /15
206.1 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 I/36: 157 BWV 206.2
206.2 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 206.1
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 I/38: 97 after BWV 1046/3; → BWV 207.2/1, /3, /5, /7–/9
207.2 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 I/37: 1 after BWV 207.1/1, /3, /5, /7–/9
208.1 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) I/35: 1 text by Franck, S.; → BWV 208.2, 1040, 68/4, /2, 149/1
208.2 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) I/35: 1 text by Franck, S.; after BWV 208.1; → BWV 208.3
1040 1713-02-23 Trio (a.k.a. (Canonic) Trio Sonata; postlude to the Hunting Cantata?) F major Vl Ob Bc I/35: 1 after BWV 208.1/13; =BWV 208.1/13a
208.3 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 208.2
209 1747? Secular cantata Non sa che sia dolore (farewell of Lorenz Albrecht Beck?) B minor s Fl Str Bc I/41: 43
210.2 1741-09-19 Secular cantata O holder Tag, erwünschte Zeit (wedding) A major s Fl Oba Str Hc Vne I/40: 35 after BWV 210.1/1–/2, /4, /8, /10
210.1 1729-01-12 Secular cantata O angenehme Melodei (incomplete; homage to Christian of Saxe-Weissenfels) A major s (Fl Oba Str Bc)? I/39: 141 BWV 210.2/1–/2, /4, /8, /10
211 c.1734 Secular cantata Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht a.k.a. Coffee Cantata G major stb Fl Str Hc Bc I/40: 193 text by Picander
212 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 I/39: 151 text by Picander
213 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 I/36: 1 text by Picander; → BWV 248
214 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 I/36: 89 text by Picander; → BWV 248
215 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 I/37: 85 text by Clauder
216.1 1728-02-05 Secular cantata Vergnügte Pleißenstadt (wedding; incomplete) sa &? I/40: 21 text by Picander; after BWV 205/13; → BWV 216.2/1, /3, /5, /7
216.2 1728–1731 Secular cantata Erwählte Pleißenstadt a.k.a. Apollo et Mercurius (incomplete) sa &? I/39 after BWV 216.1/1, /3, /5, /7
2. Motets (see also: List of motets by Johann Sebastian Bach)
225 1726–1727
New Year?
Motet Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied B major 2SATB (+colla parte instruments?) III/1: 1 text by Gramann (/2: after Ps. 103), after Ps. 149: 1–3 (/1) and Ps. 150: 2, 6 (/3)[17]
226 1729-10-20 Motet Der Geist hilft unser Schwachheit auf (funeral of Johann Heinrich Ernesti) B major 2SATB Str Vc 2Ob Tai Bas III/1: 39 text by Luther and after Rom. 8: 26–27[17]
227 before c.1735 Motet Jesu, meine Freude (funeral) E minor SSATB (+colla parte instr.?) III/1: 77 text by Franck, J. and after Rom. 8: 1–2, 9–11[17]
228 c.1715 Motet Fürchte dich nicht (funeral) A major 2SATB (+colla parte instr.?) III/1: 107 text by Gerhardt and after Is. 41: 10 and 43: 1[17]
229 before 1731–1732 Motet Komm, Jesu, komm (funeral) G minor 2SATB (+colla parte instr.) III/1: 127 text by Thymich[17]
230 ? Motet Lobet den Herrn, alle Heiden C major SATB Bc (+colla parte instr.?) III/1: 149 text after Ps. 117[17]
231




see BWV 28/2a
118.1 1736–1737 Motet O Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht (funeral) SATB 2Hn Cnt 3Tbn III/1: 163 text by Behm; → BWV 118.2[17]
118.2 1746–1747 Motet O Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht (funeral) SATB 2Ob Tai Bas 2Hn Str Bc III/1: 171 text by Behm; after BWV 118.1[17]
3. Masses, Mass movements, Magnificat (see also: List of Masses, Mass movements and Magnificats by Johann Sebastian Bach)
232 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 II/1
rev 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
232I e. v. 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
233 1738–1739? Kyrie–Gloria Mass F major sabSATB 2Hn 2Ob Bas Str Bc II/2: 197 after BWV 233a, 102/3, /5, 40/1
233a 1708-04-06? Kyrie "Christe, du Lamm Gottes" F major SSATB Bc II/2: 285 text after Ordinarium Missae; → BWV 233/1
234 c.1738 Kyrie–Gloria Mass A major sabSATB 2Fl Str Bc II/2: 1 after BWV 67/6, 138/5, 179/5, 79/2
235 1738–1739? Kyrie–Gloria Mass G minor atbSATB 2Ob Str Bc II/2: 127 after BWV 102/1, 72/1, 187/4, /3, /5, /1
236 1738–1739? Kyrie–Gloria Mass G major satbSATB 2Ob Str Bc II/2: 61 after BWV 179/1, /3, 79/1, /5, 138/5, 17/1
1081 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
237 1723-06-24? Sanctus C major SATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Str Bc II/2: 311
238 1723-12-25
1736–1737
Sanctus D major SATB Cnt Str Bc II/2: 325
240 1742 (JSB) Sanctus G major SATB 2Ob Str Bc II/9: 3
241 Jul. 1747 – Aug. 1748 (JSB) Sanctus of Missa superba D major 2SATB 2Oba 2Vl 3Va Bas Vc Vne Bc II/9: 45 by Kerll; arr. by Bach
242 1727–1732 (JSB) Christe eleison for a Kyrie-Gloria Mass in C minor by F. Durante G minor SA Bc II/2: 295 BWV Anh. 26/2
243.2 1733-07-02?
1732–1735
Magnificat (2nd version: Visitation?) D major ssatbSSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob 2Oba Str Bas Vc Vne Bc II/3: 65 after BWV 243.1
243.1 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 II/3: 1 BWV 243.2
1082 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
1083 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
4. Passions, Oratorios (see also: List of Passions and Oratorios by Johann Sebastian Bach)
244.2 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 II/5 text by Picander, Albert of Prussia, Decius, Gerhardt, Heermann, Heyden, Reusner, Rist; after BWV 244.1
244a




see BWV 1143
244.1 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 244.2
245.1 1724-04-07 Passion St John Passion (1st version; Good Friday) satbSATB (2Fl?) 2Ob 2Odc Str 2Va Vdg Lu Bc II/4: 40 text by Heermann, Luther, Gerhardt, Stockmann, Weiße, Herberger, Schalling; → BWV 245.1–v4
245.2 1725-03-30 Passion St John Passion (2nd version; Good Friday) satbSATB 2Fl 2Ob 2Odc Str Vdg Bc II/4: 167 text by Heyden, Heermann, Luther, Gerhardt, Stockmann, Weiße, Herberger, Schalling; after BWV 23/4, 245.1; → BWV 244/29, 245.3
245.3 1732-04-11 Passion St John Passion (3rd version; Good Friday) satbSATB 2Fl 2Ob Str Vdg Org Bc II/4: 206 text by Heermann, Luther, Gerhardt, Stockmann, Weiße, Herberger, Schalling; after BWV 245.1–.2; → BWV 245, inc. rev., v4
245, inc. rev. 1739 Passion St John Passion (incomplete revision) satbSATB Fl 2Ob Str Bc II/4 text by Heermann, Luther, Gerhardt, Stockmann, Weiße, Herberger, Schalling; after BWV 245.1–.3; → BWV 245, v4
245, v4 1749-04-04 Passion St John Passion (4th version; Good Friday) satbSATB 2Fl 2Ob 2Oba Odc Bas Str Vdg Hc Bc II/4 text by Heermann, Luther, Gerhardt, Stockmann, Weiße, Herberger, Schalling; after BWV 245.1–inc. rev.
246/40a 1743–1745 (JSB) Chorale Aus der Tiefen rufe ich, No. 40 of St Luke Passion t Str Bc (?) II/9: 65 after BWV 246/40
247 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?
1088 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
248I 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 II/6 text by Picander?, Gerhardt, Luther; after BWV 214/1, /7, 213/9
248II 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 II/6 text by Picander?, Rist, Gerhardt; after BWV 214/5, 213/3
248III 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 II/6 text by Picander?, Gerhardt, Luther, Runge; after BWV 214/9, 213/11
248IV 1735-01-01 Cantata Fallt mit Danken, fallt mit Loben (Christmas Oratorio, Part IV; New Year) F major satbSATB 2Hn 2Ob Str Bc II/6 text by Picander?, Rist; after BWV 213/1, /5, /7
248V 1735-01-02 Cantata Ehre sei dir, Gott, gesungen (Christmas Oratorio, Part V; New Year I) A major satbSATB 2Oba Str Bc II/6 text by Picander?, Weissel, Franck, J.; after BWV 247/39b, 215/7
248VI 1735-01-06 Cantata Herr, wenn die stolzen Feinde schnauben (Christmas Oratorio, Part VI; Epiphany) D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc II/6 text by Picander?, Gerhardt, Werner; after BWV 248VIa
248VIa 1734 or earlier Cantata model for BWV 248VI D major satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob 2Oba Str Bc II/6 after BWV Anh. 10/1; → 248/54, /56–/57, /61–/64
249.5 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 II/7: 1 text by Picander?; after BWV 249.3
249.3 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 249.1; → BWV 249.5
249.1 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 249.3/1–/3, /5, /7, /9, /11; 249.2
249.2 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 249.1/1–/3, /5, /7, /9, /11
11 1735-05-19 Oratorio Lobet Gott in seinen Reichen (Ascension Oratorio; Ascension) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc II/8 text by Picander?, Rist, Sacer
5. Four-part chorales (see also: List of chorale harmonisations by Johann Sebastian Bach)
250 1734–1738 Chorale Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan (Three wedding chorales No. 1) SATB 2Hn Ob Oba Str Bc III/2.1: 3 text by Rodigast
251 1734–1738 Chorale Sei Lob und Ehr dem höchsten Gut (Three wedding chorales No. 2) SATB 2Hn Ob Oba Str Bc III/2.1: 4 text by Schütz, J. J.
252 1734–1738 Chorale Nun danket alle Gott (Three wedding chorales No. 3) SATB 2Hn Ob Oba Str Bc III/2.1: 5 text by Rinkart
253 Chorale Ach bleib bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ SATB III/2 text by Calvisius; ↔ BWV 414
254 Chorale Ach Gott, erhör mein Seufzen SATB III/2
255 Chorale Ach Gott und Herr SATB III/2
256 Chorale Ach lieben Christen, seid getrost SATB III/2
259 Chorale Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen SATB III/2
260 Chorale Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr SATB III/2
261 Chorale Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ SATB III/2
262 Chorale Alle Menschen müssen sterben SATB III/2
263 Chorale Alles ist an Gottes Segen SATB III/2
264 Chorale Als der gütige Gott SATB III/2
265 Chorale Als Jesus Christus in der Nacht SATB III/2
266 Chorale Als vierzig Tag nach Ostern warn SATB III/2
267 Chorale An Wasserflüssen Babylon (or) Ein Lämmlein geht und trägt die Schuld SATB III/2
268 Chorale Auf, auf, mein Herz, und du mein ganzer Sinn SATB III/2
269 Chorale Aus meines Herzens Grunde SATB III/2
270 Chorale Befiehl du deine Wege SATB III/2
271 Chorale Befiehl du deine Wege SATB III/2
272 Chorale Befiehl du deine Wege SATB III/2
273 Chorale Christ, der du bist der helle Tag SATB III/2
274 Chorale Christe, der du bist Tag und Licht SATB III/2
275 Chorale Christ, du Beistand deiner Kreuzgemeine SATB III/2
276 Chorale Christ ist erstanden SATB III/2
277 Chorale Christ lag in Todesbanden SATB III/2
278 Chorale Christ lag in Todesbanden SATB III/2
279 Chorale Christ lag in Todesbanden SATB III/2
280 Chorale Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam SATB III/2
281 Chorale Christus, der ist mein Leben SATB III/2
282 Chorale Christus, der ist mein Leben SATB III/2
283 Chorale Christus, der uns selig macht SATB III/2
284 Chorale Christus ist erstanden, hat überwunden SATB III/2
285 Chorale Da der Herr Christ zu Tische saß SATB III/2
286 Chorale Danket dem Herrn, denn er ist sehr freundlich SATB III/2
287 Chorale Dank sei Gott in der Höhe SATB III/2
288 Chorale Das alte Jahr vergangen ist SATB III/2
289 Chorale Das alte Jahr vergangen ist SATB III/2
290 Chorale Das walt Gott Vater und Gott Sohn SATB III/2
291 Chorale Das walt mein Gott SATB III/2
292 Chorale Den Vater dort oben SATB III/2
293 Chorale Der du bist drei in Einigkeit SATB III/2
294 Chorale Der Tag, der ist so freudenreich SATB III/2
295 Chorale Des Heilgen Geistes reiche Gnad SATB III/2
296 Chorale Die Nacht ist kommen SATB III/2
297 Chorale Die Sonn hat sich mit ihrem Glanz gewendet SATB III/2
298 Chorale Dies sind die heilgen zehn Gebot SATB III/2
299 Chorale Dir, dir, Jehova, will ich singen SATB III/2 BWV 299 AMB2
300 Chorale Du großer Schmerzensmann SATB III/2
301 Chorale Du, o schönes Weltgebäude SATB III/2
302 Chorale Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott SATB III/2
303 Chorale Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott SATB III/2
304 Chorale Eins ist not, ach Herr, dies Eine SATB III/2
305 Chorale Erbarm dich mein, o Herre Gott SATB III/2
306 Chorale Erstanden ist der heilig Christ SATB III/2
307 Chorale Es ist gewisslich an der Zeit SATB III/2
308 Chorale Es spricht der Unweisen Mund wohl SATB III/2
309 Chorale Es stehn vor Gottes Throne SATB III/2
310 Chorale Es wird schier der letzte Tag herkommen SATB III/2
311 Chorale Es woll uns Gott gnädig sein SATB III/2
312 Chorale Es woll uns Gott gnädig sein SATB III/2
327 Chorale Vor deinen Thron tret ich hiermit SATB III/2
313 Chorale Für Freuden lasst uns springen SATB III/2
314 Chorale Gelobt seist du, Jesu Christ SATB III/2
315 Chorale Gib dich zufrieden und sei stille SATB III/2 text by Gerhardt; ↔ BWV 512
316 Chorale Gott, der du selber bist das Licht SATB III/2
317 Chorale Gott der Vater wohn uns bei SATB III/2
318 Chorale Gottes Sohn ist kommen SATB III/2
319 Chorale Gott hat das Evangelium SATB III/2
320 Chorale Gott lebet noch SATB III/2
321 Chorale Gottlob, es geht nunmehr zum Ende SATB III/2
322 Chorale Gott sei gelobet und gebenedeiet SATB III/2
323 Chorale Gott sei uns gnädig und barmherzig SATB III/2
325 Chorale Heilig, heilig (or) Sanctus, Sanctus Dominus Deus Sabaoth SATB III/2
326 Chorale Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir SATB III/2
328 Chorale Herr Gott, dich loben wir SATB III/2
329 Chorale Herr, ich denk an jene Zeit SATB III/2
330 Chorale Herr, ich habe missgehandelt SATB III/2
331 Chorale Herr, ich habe missgehandelt SATB III/2
332 Chorale Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend SATB III/2
333 Chorale Herr Jesu Christ, du hast bereit' SATB III/2
334 Chorale Herr Jesu Christ, ich schrei zu dir (or) Herr Jesu Christ, du höchstes Gut SATB III/2
335 Chorale Herr Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht (or) O Jesu, du mein Bräutigam SATB III/2
336 Chorale Herr Jesu Christ, wahr' Mensch und Gott SATB III/2
337 Chorale Herr, nun lass in Friede SATB III/2
338 Chorale Herr, straf mich nicht in deinem Zorn SATB III/2
339 Chorale Wer in dem Schutz des Höchsten ist (or) Herr, wie du willt, so schicks mit mir SATB III/2
340 Chorale Herzlich lieb hab ich dich, o Herr SATB III/2
341 Chorale Heut ist, o Mensch, ein großer Trauertag SATB III/2
342 Chorale Heut triumphieret Gottes Sohn SATB III/2
343 Chorale Hilf, Gott, dass mirs gelinge SATB III/2
344 Chorale Hilf, Herr Jesu, lass gelingen SATB III/2
345 Chorale Ich bin ja, Herr, in deiner Macht SATB III/2
346 Chorale Ich dank dir, Gott, für deine Wohltat SATB III/2
347 Chorale Ich dank dir, lieber Herre SATB III/2
348 Chorale Ich dank dir, lieber Herre SATB III/2
349 Chorale Ich dank dir schon durch deinen Sohn SATB III/2
350 Chorale Ich danke dir, Herr Gott, in deinem Throne SATB III/2
351 Chorale Ich hab mein Sach Gott heimgestellt SATB III/2
366 Chorale Ihr Gestirn, ihr hohlen Lüfte SATB III/2
367 Chorale In allen meinen Taten SATB III/2
368 Chorale In dulci jubilo SATB III/2
352 Chorale Jesu, der du meine Seele SATB III/2
353 Chorale Jesu, der du meine Seele SATB III/2
354 Chorale Jesu, der du meine Seele SATB III/2
355 Chorale Jesu, der du selbsten wohl SATB III/2
356 Chorale Jesu, du mein liebstes Leben SATB III/2
357 Chorale Jesu, Jesu, du bist mein SATB III/2
358 Chorale Jesu, meine Freude SATB III/2
360 Chorale Jesu, meiner Seelen Wonne SATB III/2
359 Chorale Jesu, meiner Seelen Wonne SATB III/2
361 Chorale Jesu, meines Herzens Freud SATB III/2
362 Chorale Jesu, nun sei gepreiset SATB III/2
364 Chorale Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, der den Tod überwand SATB III/2
363 Chorale Jesus Christus, unser Heiland SATB III/2
365 Chorale Jesus, meine Zuversicht SATB III/2
369 Chorale Keinen hat Gott verlassen SATB III/2
370 Chorale Komm, Gott Schöpfer, Heiliger Geist SATB III/2
371 Chorale Kyrie, Gott Vater in Ewigkeit SATB III/2
372 Chorale Lass, o Herr, dein Ohr sich neigen SATB III/2
373 Chorale Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier SATB III/2
374 Chorale Lobet den Herren, denn er ist sehr freundlich SATB III/2
375 Chorale Lobt Gott, ihr Christen, allzugleich SATB III/2
376 Chorale Lobt Gott, ihr Christen allzugleich SATB III/2
377 Chorale Machs mit mir, Gott, nach deiner Güt SATB III/2
378 Chorale Mein Augen schließ ich jetzt in Gottes Namen zu SATB III/2
379 Chorale Meinen Jesum lass ich nicht SATB III/2
380 Chorale Meinen Jesum lass ich nicht SATB III/2
324 Chorale Meine Seele erhebet den Herren SATB III/2
381 Chorale Meines Lebens letzte Zeit SATB III/2
382 Chorale Mit Fried und Freud ich fahr dahin SATB III/2
383 Chorale Mitten wir im Leben sind SATB III/2
384 Chorale Nicht so traurig, nicht so sehr SATB III/2
385 Chorale Nun bitten wir den Heiligen Geist SATB III/2
386 Chorale Nun danket alle Gott SATB III/2
387 Chorale Nun freut euch, Gottes Kinder all SATB III/2
388 Chorale Nun freut euch, lieben Christen gmein SATB III/2
389 Chorale Nun lob, mein Seel, den Herren SATB III/2
390 Chorale Nun lob, mein Seel, den Herren SATB III/2
391 Chorale Nun preiset alle Gottes Barmherzigkeit SATB III/2
392 Chorale Nun ruhen alle Wälder SATB III/2
396 Chorale Nun sich der Tag geendet hat SATB III/2
397 Chorale O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort SATB III/2 text by Rist; ↔ BWV 513
398 Chorale O Gott, du frommer Gott SATB III/2 BWV 197a/7
399 Chorale O Gott, du frommer Gott SATB III/2
400 Chorale O Herzensangst SATB III/2
401 Chorale O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig SATB III/2
402 Chorale O Mensch, bewein dein Sünde groß SATB III/2
403 Chorale O Mensch, schau Jesum Christum an SATB III/2
404 Chorale O Traurigkeit, o Herzeleid SATB III/2
393 Chorale O Welt, sieh hier dein Leben SATB III/2
394 Chorale O Welt, sieh hier dein Leben SATB III/2
395 Chorale O Welt, sieh hier dein Leben SATB III/2
405 Chorale O wie selig seid ihr doch, ihr Frommen SATB III/2
406 Chorale O wie selig seid ihr doch, ihr Frommen SATB III/2
407 Chorale Es ist gewisslich an der Zeit SATB III/2
408 Chorale Schaut, ihr Sünder SATB III/2
409 Chorale Seelenbräutigam SATB III/2
410 Chorale Sei gegrüßet, Jesu gütig SATB III/2
411 Chorale Singt dem Herrn ein neues Lied SATB III/2
412 Chorale So gibst du nun, mein Jesu, gute Nacht SATB III/2
413 Chorale Sollt ich meinem Gott nicht singen SATB III/2
414 Chorale Uns ist ein Kindlein heut geborn SATB III/2
415 Chorale Valet will ich dir geben SATB III/2
416 Chorale Vater unser im Himmelreich SATB III/2
417 Chorale Von Gott will ich nicht lassen SATB III/2
418 Chorale Von Gott will ich nicht lassen SATB III/2
419 Chorale Helft mir Gotts Güte preisen (or) Von Gott will ich nicht lassen SATB III/2
257 Chorale Wär Gott nicht mit uns diese Zeit SATB III/2
420 Chorale Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz SATB III/2
421 Chorale Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz SATB III/2
422 Chorale Warum sollt ich mich denn grämen SATB III/2
423 Chorale Was betrübst du dich, mein Herze SATB III/2
424 Chorale Was bist du doch, o Seele, so betrübet SATB III/2
425 Chorale Was willst du dich, o meine Seele, kränken SATB III/2
426 Chorale Weltlich Ehr und zeitlich Gut SATB III/2
427 Chorale Wenn ich in Angst und Not SATB III/2
428 Chorale Wenn mein Stündlein vorhanden ist SATB III/2
429 Chorale Wenn mein Stündlein vorhanden ist SATB III/2
430 Chorale Wenn mein Stündlein verhanden ist SATB III/2
431 Chorale Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein SATB III/2
432 Chorale Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein SATB III/2
433 Chorale Wer Gott vertraut, hat wohl gebaut SATB III/2
434 Chorale Wer weiß, wie nahe mir mein Ende (or) Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten SATB III/2
435 Chorale Wie bist du, Seele, in mir so gar betrübt SATB III/2
436 Chorale Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern SATB III/2
437 Chorale Wir glauben all an einen Gott SATB III/2
258 Chorale Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält SATB III/2
438 Chorale Wo Gott zum Haus nicht gibt sein Gunst SATB III/2
500a 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
1084 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
1089 Chorale Da Jesus an dem Kreuze stund SATB III/2.2: 216 text by Lilius [de]
1122 before c.1735 Chorale Denket doch, ihr Menschenkinder SATB III/2.1: 31 text by Hübner?; in D-LEb Peters Ms. R 18
1123 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
1124 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
1125 before c.1735 Chorale O Gott, du frommer Gott SATB III/2.1: 79 text by Heermann; in D-LEb Peters Ms. R 18
1126 Chorale Lobet Gott, unsern Herren SATB III/2.2: 218
6. Songs, Arias and Quodlibet (see also: List of songs and arias of Johann Sebastian Bach)
439 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 831: "Ach, dass nicht die letzte Stunde" (song 56/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104 text by Neumeister
440 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 171: "Auf, auf! die rechte Zeit ist hier" (song 11/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
441 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 320: "Auf, auf, mein Herz, mit Freuden" (song 27/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
442 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 570: "Beglückter Stand getreuer Seelen" (song 39/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
443 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 689: "Beschränkt, ihr Weisen dieser Welt" (song 47/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
444 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 303: "Brich entzwei, mein armes Herze" (song 24/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
445 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 335: "Brunnquell aller Güter" (song 29/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
446 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 39: "Der lieben Sonnen Licht und Pracht" (song 2/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
447 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 40: "Der Tag ist hin, die Sonne gehet nieder" (song 3/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
448 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 43: "Der Tag mit seinem Lichte" (song 4/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
449 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 396: "Dich bet ich an, mein höchster Gott" (song 31/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
450 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 258: "Die bittre Leidenszeit beginnet abermal" (song 17/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
451 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 13: "Die güldne Sonne" (song 1/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
452 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 397: "Dir, dir, Jehova, will ich singen" (song 32/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
453 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 112: "Eins ist not! ach Herr, dies Eine" (song 7/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
454 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 187: "Ermuntre dich, mein schwacher Geist" (song 12/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
455 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 580: "Erwürgtes Lamm, das die verwahrten Siegel" (song 43/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
456 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 572: "Es glänzet der Christen inwendiges Leben" (song 40/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
457 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 847: "Es ist nun aus mit meinem Leben" (song 57/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
458 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 306: "Es ist vollbracht! Vergiss ja nicht dies Wort" (song 25/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
459 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 522: "Es kostet viel, ein Christ zu sein" (song 38/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
460 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 647: "Gib dich zufrieden und sei stille" (song 45/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
461 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 488: "Gott lebet noch" (song 37/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
462 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 360: "Gott wie groß ist deine Güte" (song 30/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
463 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 78: "Herr, nicht schicke deine Rache" (song 5/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
464 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 861: "Ich bin ja, Herr, in deiner Macht" (song 58/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
465 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 194: "Ich freue mich in dir" (song 13/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
466 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 657: "Ich halte treulich still" (song 46/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
467 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 734: "Ich lass dich nicht" (song 51/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
468 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 737: "Ich liebe Jesum alle Stund" (song 52/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
469 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 195: "Ich steh an deiner Krippen hier" (song 14/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
476 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 197: "Ihr Gestirn, ihr hohlen Lüfte" (song 15/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
471 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 139: "Jesu, deine Liebeswunden" (song 10/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
470 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 741: "Jesu, Jesu, du bist mein" (song 53/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
472 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 119: "Jesu, meines Glaubens Zier" (song 8/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
473 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 696: "Jesu, meines Herzens Freud" (song 48/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
474 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 463: "Jesus ist das schönste Licht" (song 33/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
475 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 333: "Jesus, unser Trost und Leben" (song 28/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
477 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 869: "Kein Stündlein geht dahin" (song 60/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
478 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 868: "Komm, süßer Tod" (song 59/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
479 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 936: "Kommt, Seelen, dieser Tag" (song 67/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
480 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 938: "Kommt wieder aus der finstern Gruft" (song 68/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
481 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 281: "Lasset uns mit Jesu ziehen" (song 18/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
482 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 467: "Liebes Herz, bedenke doch" (song 34/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
483 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 873: "Liebster Gott, wann werd ich sterben" (song 61/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
484 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 874: "Liebster Herr Jesu, wo bleibst du so lange" (song 62/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
485 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 761: "Liebster Immanuel, Herzog der Frommen" (song 54/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
488 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 881: "Meines Lebens letzte Zeit" (song 63/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
486 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 121: "Mein Jesu, dem die Seraphinen" (song 9/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
487 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 283: "Mein Jesu! was vor Seelenweh" (song 19/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
489 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 574: "Nicht so traurig, nicht so sehr" (song 41/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
490 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 700: "Nur mein Jesus ist mein Leben" (song 49/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
491 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 284: "O du Liebe meiner Liebe" (song 20/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
492 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 891: "O finstre Nacht, wenn wirst du doch vergehen" (song 64/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
493 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 203: "O Jesulein süß, o Jesulein mild" (song 16/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
494 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 575: "O liebe Seele, zieh die Sinnen" (song 42/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
495 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 894: "O wie selig seid ihr doch, ihr Frommen" (song 65/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
496 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 472: "Seelenbräutigam" (song 35/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
497 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 710: "Seelenweide" (song 50/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
499 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 293: "Sei gegrüßet, Jesu gütig" (song 22/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
498 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 292: "Selig, wer an Jesum denkt" (song 21/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
500 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 296: "So gehst du nun, mein Jesu hin" (song 23/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104 text by Nachtenhöfer [de]; ↔ BWV 500a
501 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 315: "So gibst du nun, mein Jesu, gute Nacht" (song 26/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
502 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 901: "So wünsch ich mir zu guter Letzt" (song 66/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
503 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 945: "Steh ich bei meinem Gott" (song 69/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
504 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 475: "Vergiss mein nicht" (song 36/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
505 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 627: "Vergiss mein nicht" (song 44/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
506 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 779: "Was bist du doch, o Seele, so betrübt" (song 55/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
507 1736 (or earlier) Schemellis Gesangbuch No. 108: "Wo ist mein Schäflein, das ich liebe" (song 6/69) V Bc III/2.1: 104
508 after 1733–1734 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 25: aria "Bist du bei mir" V Bc V/4: 102 by Stölzel
299 AMB2 1725–1735 Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 39: chorale Dir, dir, Jehova, will ich singen S(AT)B (V Bc) V/4: 126 BWV 299
509 1725–1733 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 41: aria "Gedenke doch, mein Geist, zurücke" V Bc V/4: 128
510 1725–1733 Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 12: song "Gib dich zufrieden und sei stille" F major V Bc V/4: 91
511 1725–1733 Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 13a: song "Gib dich zufrieden und sei stille" G minor V Bc V/4: 91 text by Gerhardt; → BWV 512
512 1725–1733 Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 13b: song "Gib dich zufrieden und sei stille" E minor V Bc V/4: 91 text by Gerhardt; after BWV 511; ↔ 315
513 1725–1733 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 42: song "O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort" V Bc V/4: 129 text by Rist; ↔ BWV 397
514 1725–1733 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 35: song "Schaffs mit mir, Gott" V Bc V/4: 125 text by Schmolck
515 after 1733–1734 Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 20a: aria "So oft ich meine Tobackspfeife" D minor V Bc V/4: 98 by Bach, G. H.?; → BWV 515a
515a after 1733–1734 Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 20b: aria "So oft ich meine Tobackspfeife" G minor V Bc V/4: 98 after BWV 515
516 after 1733–1734 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 33: aria "Warum betrübst du dich" V Bc V/4: 121
517 after 1733–1734 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 40: song "Wie wohl ist mir, o Freund der Seelen" V Bc V/4: 128 text by Dreßler
518 after 1725 Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 37: aria "Willst du dein Herz mir schenken" a.k.a. "Aria di G(i)ovannini" V Bc V/4: 126
519 c.1736? Five Hymns from SBB Bach P 802 No. 1: "Hier lieg ich nun, o Vater aller Gnaden" V Bc by Krebs, J. L.?; in Spitta III, pp. 401–403
520 c.1736? Five Hymns from SBB Bach P 802 No. 2: "Das walt mein Gott, Gott Vater, Sohn und heilger Geist" V Bc by Krebs, J. L.?; in Spitta III, pp. 401–403
521 c.1736? Five Hymns from SBB Bach P 802 No. 3: "Gott, mein Herz dir Dank zusendet" V III/3 by Krebs, J. L.?; in Spitta III, pp. 401–403
522 c.1736? Five Hymns from SBB Bach P 802 No. 4: "Meine Seele, lass es gehen, wie es in der Welt jetzt geht" V by Krebs, J. L.?; in Spitta III, pp. 401–403
523 c.1736? Five Hymns from SBB Bach P 802 No. 5: "Ich gnüge mich an meinem Stande" V by Krebs, J. L.?; in Spitta III, pp. 401–403
524 1707 – July 1708 Quodlibet (incomplete; wedding?) SATB (SBBB) Bc I/41: 69
7. Works for organ (see also: List of organ compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach)
525 c.1730 Trio Sonata No. 1/6 E major Organ IV/7: 1 BWV 525a
526 c.1730 Trio Sonata No. 2/6 C minor Organ IV/7: 14
527 c.1730 Trio Sonata No. 3/6 (+e. v. for /1) D minor Organ IV/7: 28 BWV 1044/2
528 c.1730 Trio Sonata No. 4/6 (+e. v. for /2, /3) E minor Organ IV/7: 44 after BWV 76/8
529 c.1730 Trio Sonata No. 5/6 (+e. v. for /2) C major Organ IV/7: 56
530 c.1730 Trio Sonata No. 6/6 G major Organ IV/7: 76
531 c.1700–1703 Prelude and Fugue C major Organ IV/5: 3 in Möllersche Handschrift
532 c.1708–1712 Prelude and Fugue D major Organ IV/5: 58 BWV 912, 532/2a
532/2a Fugue D major Organ IV/6: 95 BWV 532/2
533 c.1704 Prelude and Fugue ("Cathedral") E minor Organ IV/5: 90 BWV 533a
533a Prelude and Fugue E minor Keyboard IV/6: 106 BWV 533
534 c.1712–1717 Prelude and Fugue F minor Organ IV/5: 130
535 after 1717 Prelude and Fugue G minor Organ IV/5: 157 after BWV 535a
535a c.1702–1704 Prelude and Fugue (incomplete) G minor Organ IV/6: 109 BWV 535; in Möllersche Handschrift
536 1708–1717 Prelude and Fugue A major Organ IV/5: 180 BWV 152/1; → 536a
537 1729–1750 Fantasia and Fugue C minor Organ IV/5: 47
538 1712–1717 Toccata and Fugue ("Dorian") D minor Organ IV/5: 76
539 1724–1750? Prelude and Fugue D minor Organ IV/5: 70 after BWV 1001/2, 1000
540 c.1712–1717? Toccata and Fugue F major Organ IV/5: 112
541
528/3
c.1712–1717? Toccata and Fugue (Trio BWV 528/3 e. v. as possible middle movement) G major Organ IV/5: 146 BWV 528/3
542 c.1714–1720? Fantasia and Fugue ("Great"; independent compositions?; fugue also in F minor) G minor Organ IV/5: 167
543 after c.1730 Prelude and Fugue A minor Organ IV/5: 186 after BWV 543/1a
543/1a bef. c.1725 Prelude A minor Organ IV/6: 121 BWV 543/1
544 1725–1728 Prelude and Fugue B minor Organ IV/5: 198
545
529/2
1708–1717
after 1722
Prelude and Fugue (middle movement BWV 529/2 e. v. removed after 1722) C major Organ IV/5: 10 after BWV 545a, b; → 529/2
545a 1708–1717 Prelude and Fugue (early version) C major Organ IV/6: 77 BWV 545b, 545
546 1708–1750 Prelude and Fugue C minor Organ IV/5: 35
547 1719–1750 Prelude and Fugue C major Organ IV/5: 20
548 1725–1728 Prelude and Fugue ("Wedge") E minor Organ IV/5: 94
549 1705–1750 Prelude and Fugue C minor Organ IV/5: 30 after BWV 549a
549a c.1701 Prelude (or: Fantasia) and Fugue D minor Organ IV/6: 101 BWV 549; in Möllersche Handschrift
550 1706–1708 Prelude and Fugue G major Organ IV/5: 138
551 c.1699 Prelude and Fugue A minor Organ IV/6: 63
552 1739 Prelude and Fugue ("St Anne") from Clavier-Übung III E major Organ IV/4: 2, 105
562 1720–c.1748 Fantasia and Fugue (unfinished fugue added c.1747–1748) C minor Organ IV/5: 54
563 c.1704 Fantasia and Imitatio C major Organ IV/6: 68 in Andreas-Bach-Buch
564 bef. c.1712 Toccata, Adagio and Fugue C major Organ IV/6: 3
565 c.1704? Toccata and Fugue D minor Organ IV/6: 31
566 1700–1750 Prelude and Fugue (earliest manuscripts: C major; /1 as Toccata in BGA) E major
C major
Organ IV/6: 40
568 c.1700–1705? Prelude G major Organ IV/6: 51
569 1703–c.1704 Prelude A minor Organ IV/6: 59
1121 1706–1710 Fantasia C minor Organ IV/11: 54 in Andreas-Bach-Buch; was Anh. 205
570 c.1698–1704 Fantasia C major Organ IV/6: 16 in Andreas-Bach-Buch
572 1708–c.1712 Fantasia, a.k.a. Pièce d'Orgue (+reworked version) G major Organ IV/7: 130, 144
573 c.1722–1725 Notebook A. M. Bach (1722) No. 6 Fantasia (incomplete?) C minor Keyboard V/4: 39
IV/6: 18
574 after c.1708? Fugue on a theme by Legrenzi C minor Organ IV/6: 19 after BWV 574b; ↔ 574a
574a after c.1708? Fugue on a theme by Legrenzi (variant) C minor Organ IV/6: 82 after BWV 574b; ↔ 574
574b c.1707–1713 or earlier Fugue on a theme by Legrenzi (early version) C minor Organ IV/6: 88 after Legrenzi (theme); → BWV 574a, 574; in Andreas-Bach-Buch
575 1708–1717? Fugue C minor Organ IV/6: 26
578 c.1713 or earlier Fugue ("Little") G minor Organ IV/6: 55 in Andreas-Bach-Buch
579 1708–1717? Fugue on a theme by Corelli B minor Organ IV/6: 71 after Corelli (theme)
582 bef. 1707
1707–1708
Passacaglia (and Fugue) C minor Organ IV/7: 98 in Andreas-Bach-Buch
583 c.1730 or earlier? Trio D minor Organ IV/7: 94
585 c.1726–1727 (JSB) Trio C minor Organ IV/8: 73 after Fasch J. F., FaWV N:c2/1, /2; arr. by Bach
586 bef. c.1740 Trio G major Organ IV/8: 78 after Telemann?
587 after 1726 Aria F major Organ IV/8: 82 after Couperin, Les NationsIII/4
588 c.1704–1707 or earlier Canzona D minor Organ IV/7: 118 in Möllersche Handschrift
589 1700–1720? Alla breve D major Organ IV/7: 114
590 bef. c.1727 Pastorella (/1 incomplete?) F major Organ IV/7: 122
592 c.1714–1717 Concerto for solo organ G major Organ IV/8: 56 after J. E. of Saxe-Weimar, Concerto a 8; → BWV 592a
592a c.1714–1717 Concerto for solo harpsichord G major Keyboard V/11: 150 after BWV 592
593 c.1714–1717 Concerto for solo organ A minor Organ IV/8: 16 after Vivaldi, Op. 3 No. 8 (RV 522)
594 c.1714–1717 Concerto for solo organ C major Organ IV/8: 30 after Vivaldi, RV 208, Grosso Mogul
595 c.1714–1717 Concerto for solo organ C major Organ IV/8: 65 after BWV 984/1
596 c.1714–1717 Concerto for solo organ (arrangement previously attributed to W. F. Bach) D minor Organ IV/8: 3 after Vivaldi, Op. 3 No. 11 (RV 565)
599 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Orgelbüchlein No. 1) A minor Organ IV/1: 3
600 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Gott durch deine Güte (or) Gottes Sohn ist kommen (Orgelbüchlein No. 2) F major Organ IV/1: 4
601 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Herr Christ, der ein'ge Gottes Sohn (or) Herr Gott, nun sei gepreiset (Orgelbüchlein No. 3; also in Neumeister Collection) A major Organ IV/1: 6
602 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Lob sei dem allmächtigen Gott (Orgelbüchlein No. 4) D minor Organ IV/1: 7
603 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Puer natus in Bethlehem (Orgelbüchlein No. 5) G minor Organ IV/1: 8
604 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ (Orgelbüchlein No. 6) G major Organ IV/1: 11
605 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Der Tag, der ist so freudenreich (Orgelbüchlein No. 7) G major Organ IV/1: 11
606 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her (Orgelbüchlein No. 8) D major Organ IV/1: 13
607 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Vom Himmel kam der Engel Schar (Orgelbüchlein No. 9) G minor Organ IV/1: 14
608 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude In dulci jubilo (Orgelbüchlein No. 10) A major Organ IV/1: 16
609 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Lobt Gott, ihr Christen allzugleich (Orgelbüchlein No. 11) G major Organ IV/1: 18
610 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Jesu, meine Freude (Orgelbüchlein No. 12) C minor Organ IV/1: 19
611 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Christum wir sollen loben schon (Orgelbüchlein No. 13) E minor Organ IV/1: 20
612 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Wir Christenleut (Orgelbüchlein No. 14) G minor Organ IV/1: 22
613 after 1724? Chorale prelude Helft mir Gotts Güte preisen (Orgelbüchlein No. 15) B minor Organ IV/1: 24
614 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Das alte Jahr vergangen ist (Orgelbüchlein No. 16) A minor Organ IV/1: 25
615 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude In dir ist Freude (Orgelbüchlein No. 17) G major Organ IV/1: 27
616 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Mit Fried und Freud ich fahr dahin (Orgelbüchlein No. 18) D minor Organ IV/1: 30
617 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Herr Gott, nun schleuß den Himmel auf (Orgelbüchlein No. 19) A minor Organ IV/1: 32
618 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig (Orgelbüchlein No. 20) F major Organ IV/1: 34
619 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Christe, du Lamm Gottes (Orgelbüchlein No. 21) F major Organ IV/1: 36
620 after 1724? Chorale prelude Christus, der uns selig macht (Orgelbüchlein No. 22) A minor Organ IV/1: 37 after BWV 620a
620a 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Christus, der uns selig macht (Orgelbüchlein No. 22, e. v.) A minor Organ IV/1: 78 BWV 620
621 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Da Jesus an dem Kreuze stund (Orgelbüchlein No. 23) A minor Organ IV/1: 39
622 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude O Mensch, bewein dein Sünde groß (Orgelbüchlein No. 24) E major Organ IV/1: 40 BWV 622 (var.)
622 (var.) 1716–1789 Chorale prelude O Mensch, bewein dein Sünde groß (variant) Organ after BWV 622
623 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Wir danken dir, Herr Jesu Christ (Orgelbüchlein No. 25) G major Organ IV/1: 42
624 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Hilf Gott, dass mir's gelinge (Orgelbüchlein No. 26) G minor Organ IV/1: 44
625 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Christ lag in Todesbanden (Orgelbüchlein No. 27) D minor Organ IV/1: 46
626 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, der den Tod überwand (Orgelbüchlein No. 28) A minor Organ IV/1: 48
627 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Christ ist erstanden (Orgelbüchlein No. 29) D minor Organ IV/1: 49
628 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Erstanden ist der heilge Christ (Orgelbüchlein No. 30) D major Organ IV/1: 54
629 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Erschienen ist der herrliche Tag (Orgelbüchlein No. 31) D minor Organ IV/1: 55
630 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Heut triumphieret Gottes Sohn (Orgelbüchlein No. 32) D minor Organ IV/1: 56 after BWV 630a
630a bef. 1716 Chorale prelude Heut triumphieret Gottes Sohn (Orgelbüchlein No. 32, e. v.) Organ IV/1: 80 BWV 630
631 1723–1750 Chorale prelude Komm, Gott Schöpfer, heiliger Geist (Orgelbüchlein No. 33) D minor Organ IV/1: 58 after BWV 631a
631a 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Komm, Gott Schöpfer, heiliger Geist (Orgelbüchlein No. 33, e. v.) G major Organ IV/1: 82 BWV 631
632 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend (Orgelbüchlein No. 34) F major Organ IV/1: 59
633 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier distinctus (Orgelbüchlein No. 36) A major Organ IV/1: 61 after BWV 634
634 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier (Orgelbüchlein No. 35) A major Organ IV/1: 60 BWV 633
635 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Dies sind die heilgen zehn Gebot (Orgelbüchlein No. 37) C major Organ IV/1: 62
636 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Vater unser im Himmelreich (Orgelbüchlein No. 38) D minor Organ IV/1: 64
637 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt (Orgelbüchlein No. 39) A minor Organ IV/1: 65
638 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Es ist das Heil uns kommen her (Orgelbüchlein No. 40) D major Organ IV/1: 66 after BWV 638a
638a bef. c.1715 Chorale prelude Es ist das Heil uns kommen her (Orgelbüchlein No. 40, e. v.) Organ IV/1: 83 BWV 638
639 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (Orgelbüchlein No. 41; also in Neumeister Collection) F minor Organ IV/1: 68 BWV Anh. 73
640 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude In dich hab ich gehoffet, Herr (Orgelbüchlein No. 42) E minor Organ IV/1: 70
641 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein (Orgelbüchlein No. 43) G major Organ IV/1: 71
642 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten (Orgelbüchlein No. 44) A minor Organ IV/1: 72
643 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Alle Menschen müssen sterben (Orgelbüchlein No. 45) G major Organ IV/1: 74
644 1713–1715 or earlier Chorale prelude Ach wie nichtig, ach wie flüchtig (Orgelbüchlein No. 46) G minor Organ IV/1: 75
645 1748–1749 Chorale prelude Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme (Schübler Chorales No. 1) E major Organ IV/1: 86 after BWV 140/4
646 1748–1749 Chorale prelude Wo soll ich fliehen hin (or) Auf meinen lieben Gott (Schübler Chorales No. 2) E minor Organ IV/1: 90
647 1748–1749 Chorale prelude Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten (Schübler Chorales No. 3) C minor Organ IV/1: 92 after BWV 93/4
648 1748–1749 Chorale prelude Meine Seele erhebt den Herren (Schübler Chorales No. 4) D minor Organ IV/1: 94 after BWV 10/5
649 1748–1749 Chorale prelude Ach bleib bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ (Schübler Chorales No. 5) B major Organ IV/1: 95 after BWV 6/3
650 1748–1749 Chorale prelude Kommst du nun, Jesu, vom Himmel herunter (Schübler Chorales No. 6) G major Organ IV/1: 98 after BWV 137/2
651 1747–1748 Chorale prelude Komm, heiliger Geist (Fantasia; Leipzig Chorales 1/18) F major Organ IV/2: 3 after BWV 651a
651a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Komm, heiliger Geist, Herre Gott (Fantasia; e. v.: Weimar) Organ IV/2: 117 BWV 651
652 1747–1748 Chorale prelude Komm, heiliger Geist, Herre Gott (alio modo; Leipzig Chorales 2/18) G major Organ IV/2: 13 after BWV 652a
652a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Komm, heiliger Geist, Herre Gott (e. v.: Weimar) Organ IV/2: 121 BWV 652
653 1747–1748 Chorale prelude An Wasserflüssen Babylon (Leipzig Chorales 3/18) G major Organ IV/2: 22 after BWV 653a
653a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude An Wasserflüssen Babylon (alio modo; 2nd v.: Weimar) Organ IV/2: 133 after BWV 653b; → BWV 653
653b 1708–1717 Chorale prelude An Wasserflüssen Babylon (à 5; 1st v.: Weimar) Organ IV/2: 130 BWV 653a
654 1747–1748 Chorale prelude Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele (Leipzig Chorales 4/18) E major Organ IV/2: 26 after BWV 654a
654a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele (e. v.: Weimar) Organ IV/2: 136 BWV 654
655 1747–1748 Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend (Trio; Leipzig Chorales 5/18) G major Organ IV/2: 31 after BWV 655a; ↔ 655 var. 1–4; → 655bc
655, var. 1 1708–1798 Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend (variant 1) Organ 655(a), var. 2–4
655, var. 2 1708–1798 Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend (variant 2) F major Organ 655(a), var. 1, 3–4
655, var. 3 1708–1798 Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend (variant 3) Organ 655(a), var. 1–2, 4
655, var. 4 1708–1798 Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend (variant 4) Organ 655(a), var. 1–3
655a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend (Trio; e. v.: Weimar) Organ IV/2: 140 BWV 655(bc); ↔ 655 var. 1–4
656 1747–1748 Chorale prelude O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig (Leipzig Chorales 6/18) A major Organ IV/2: 38 after BWV 656a
656a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig (e. v.: Weimar) Organ IV/2: 146 BWV 656
657 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Nun danket alle Gott (Leipzig Chorales 7/18) G major Organ IV/2: 46
658 1747–1748 Chorale prelude Von Gott will ich nicht lassen (Leipzig Chorales 8/18) F minor Organ IV/2: 51 after BWV 658a
658a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Von Gott will ich nicht lassen (Fantasia; e. v.: Weimar) Organ IV/2: 154 BWV 658
659 1747–1748 Chorale prelude Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Leipzig Chorales 9/18) G minor Organ IV/2: 55 after BWV 659a
659a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Fantasia; e. v.: Weimar) Organ IV/2: 157 BWV 659
660 1747–1748 Chorale prelude Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Trio; Leipzig Chorales 10/18) G minor Organ IV/2: 59 after BWV 660a
660a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Trio; e. v.: Weimar) Organ IV/2: 160 BWV 660, 660b
660b 1708–1719 Chorale prelude Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (arrangement) Organ by Krebs, J. T. (arr.)?; after BWV 660a
661 1747–1748 Chorale prelude Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Leipzig Chorales 11/18) G minor Organ IV/2: 62 after BWV 661a
661a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (e. v.: Weimar) Organ IV/2: 164 BWV 661
662 1747–1748 Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr (Leipzig Chorales 12/18) A major Organ IV/2: 67 after BWV 662a
662a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr (e. v.: Weimar) Organ IV/2: 168 BWV 662
663 1747–1748 Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr (Leipzig Chorales 13/18) G major Organ IV/2: 72 after BWV 663a
663a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr (e. v.: Weimar) Organ IV/2: 172 BWV 663
664 1747–1748 Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr (Trio; Leipzig Chorales 14/18) A major Organ IV/2: 79 after BWV 664ab
664a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr (Trio; e. v.: Weimar; fair copy) Organ IV/2 after BWV 664b; → BWV 664
664b 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr (Trio; e. v.: Weimar; sketch) Organ IV/2: 179 BWV 664(a)
665 1747–1748 Chorale prelude Jesus Christus, unser Heiland (Leipzig Chorales 15/18) E minor Organ IV/2: 87 after BWV 665a
665a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Jesus Christus, unser Heiland (e. v.: Weimar) Organ IV/2: 187 BWV 665
666 1708–1748 Chorale prelude Jesus Christus, unser Heiland (alio modo; Leipzig Chorales 16/18) E minor Organ IV/2: 91 after BWV 666a
666a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Jesus Christus, unser Heiland (alio modo; e. v.: Weimar) Organ IV/2: 191 BWV 666
667 1747–1748 Chorale prelude Komm, Gott Schöpfer, heiliger Geist (Leipzig Chorales 17/18) C major Organ IV/2: 94 after BWV 667a
667a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Komm, Gott Schöpfer, heiliger Geist (e. v.: Weimar) Organ IV/2 after BWV 667b; → BWV 667
667b 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Komm, Gott Schöpfer, heiliger Geist (e. v.: Weimar; sketch) Organ IV/2: 194 BWV 667(a)
668 1747–1748 Chorale prelude Vor deinen Thron tret ich hiermit (fragment; Leipzig Chorales 18/18) G major Organ IV/2: 113 after BWV 668a
668a 1708–1748 Chorale prelude Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten (e. v.) Organ IV/2: 212 BWV 668
669 1739 Chorale prelude Kyrie, Gott Vater in Ewigkeit from Clavier-Übung III Organ IV/4: 16
670 1739 Chorale prelude Christe, aller Welt Trost from Clavier-Übung III Organ IV/4: 18
671 1739 Chorale prelude Kyrie, Gott heiliger Geist from Clavier-Übung III Organ IV/4: 20
672 1739 Chorale prelude Kyrie, Gott Vater in Ewigkeit from Clavier-Übung III Org/man. IV/4: 27
673 1739 Chorale prelude Christe, aller Welt Trost from Clavier-Übung III Org/man. IV/4: 28
674 1739 Chorale prelude Kyrie, Gott heiliger Geist from Clavier-Übung III Org/man. IV/4: 29
675 1739 Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr from Clavier-Übung III Organ IV/4: 30
676 1739 Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr from Clavier-Übung III Organ IV/4: 33 BWV 676a
677 1739 Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr (Fughetta) from Clavier-Übung III Org/man. IV/4: 41
678 1739 Chorale prelude Dies sind die heiligen zehen Gebot from Clavier-Übung III Organ IV/4: 42
679 1739 Chorale prelude Dies sind die heiligen zehen Gebot (Fughetta) from Clavier-Übung III Org/man. IV/4: 49
680 1739 Chorale prelude Wir gläuben all an einen Gott from Clavier-Übung III Organ IV/4: 52
681 1739 Chorale prelude Wir gläuben all an einen Gott (Fughetta) from Clavier-Übung III Org/man. IV/4: 57
682 1739 Chorale prelude Vater unser im Himmelreich from Clavier-Übung III Organ IV/4: 58
683 1739 Chorale prelude Vater unser im Himmelreich from Clavier-Übung III Org/man. IV/4: 66 BWV 683a
684 1739 Chorale prelude Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam from Clavier-Übung III Organ IV/4: 68
685 1739 Chorale prelude Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam from Clavier-Übung III Org/man. IV/4: 73
686 1739 Chorale prelude Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir from Clavier-Übung III Organ IV/4: 74
687 1739 Chorale prelude Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir from Clavier-Übung III Org/man. IV/4: 78
688 1739 Chorale prelude Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, der von uns den Zorn Gottes wandt from Clavier-Übung III Organ IV/4: 81
689 1739 Chorale prelude Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, der von uns den Zorn Gottes wandt (Fugue) from Clavier-Übung III Org/man. IV/4: 89
690 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten (Kirnberger collection No. 1) Organ IV/3: 98
691 c.1720 or earlier Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 11 Chorale prelude Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten (WFB No. 3; Kirnb. coll. No. 2) Organ V/5: 6
V/4: 90
IV/3: 98
BWV 691a
694 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Wo soll ich fliehen hin (Kirnb. coll. No. 5) Organ IV/3: 103
695 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Christ lag in Todesbanden (Fantasia; Kirnb. coll. No. 6) Organ IV/3: 20 BWV 695a
695a 1700–1789 Chorale prelude Christ lag in Todesbanden (variant) Organ after BWV 695
696 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Christum wir sollen loben schon (or) Was fürchtest du Feind, Herodes, sehr (Fughetta; Kirnb. coll. No. 7) Organ IV/3: 23
697 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ (Fughetta; Kirnb. coll. No. 8) Organ IV/3: 32
698 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Herr Christ, der ein'ge Gottes Sohn (Fughetta; Kirnb. coll. No. 9) Organ IV/3: 35
699 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Fughetta; Kirnb. coll. No. 10) Organ IV/3: 73
700 c.1699 Chorale prelude Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her (Kirnb. coll. No. 11) Organ IV/3: 92
701 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her (Fughetta; Kirnb. coll. No. 12) Organ IV/3: 96
702 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Das Jesulein soll doch mein Trost (Fughetta; Kirnb. coll. No. 13) Organ IV/3: 45
703 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Gottes Sohn ist kommen (Fughetta; Kirnb. coll. No. 14) Organ IV/3: 34
704 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Lob sei dem allmächtigen Gott (Fughetta; Kirnb. coll. No. 15) Organ IV/3: 62
705 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt (Kirnb. coll. No. 16) Organ IV/10: 47
706/1
706/2
c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier (/2 = alio modo; Kirnb. coll. No. 17) Organ IV/3: 59
707 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Ich hab mein Sach Gott heimgestellt (Kirnb. coll. No. 18) Organ IV/10: 87
708 1700–1789 Chorale prelude Ich hab mein Sach Gott heimgestellt (alio modo; Kirnb. coll. No. 19) Organ
708a 1700–1789 Chorale prelude Ich hab mein Sach Gott heimgestellt Organ
709 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend (Kirnb. coll. No. 20) Organ IV/3: 43
710 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Wir Christenleut habn jetzund Freud (Kirnb. coll. No. 21) Organ IV/3: 100
711 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr (bicinium; Kirnb. coll. No. 22) Organ IV/3: 11
712 c.1708 Chorale prelude In dich hab ich gehoffet, Herr (Kirnb. coll. No. 23) Organ IV/3: 48
713 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Jesu, meine Freude (Kirnb. coll. No. 24) Organ IV/3: 54
713a 1700–1789 Chorale prelude Jesu, meine Freude (Fantasia; variant) Organ IV/10: 93
714 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Ach Gott und Herr (Neumeister Chorales No. 13) Organ IV/9: 26
IV/3: 3
715 1703–1717 Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr Organ IV/3: 14
716 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr (Fantasia) Organ IV/10: 14
717 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr Organ IV/3: 8
718 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Christ lag in Todesbanden Organ IV/3: 16
719 c.1704 Chorale prelude Der Tag, der ist so freudenreich (Neumeister Chorales No. 1) Organ IV/9: 2, 72
720 1709? Chorale prelude Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott Organ IV/3: 24 by Bach, J. Michael?
721 c.1704 Chorale prelude Erbarm dich mein, o Herre Gott Organ IV/3: 28
722 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ Organ IV/3: 31 after BWV 722a
722a 1709? Chorale prelude Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ (sketch) Organ IV/3: 30 BWV 722
723 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ (also in Neumeister Collection) Organ by Bach, J. Michael?
724 c.1699 Chorale prelude Gott durch deine Güte (or) Gottes Sohn ist kommen Organ IV/3: 33 in Andreas-Bach-Buch
725 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Herr Gott, dich loben wir Organ IV/3: 36
726 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend Organ IV/3: 45
727 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Herzlich tut mich verlangen Organ IV/3: 46
728 1722–1723 or earlier Notebook A. M. Bach (1722) No. 8 Chorale prelude Jesus, meine Zuversicht Organ V/4: 41
IV/3: 58
729 1708–1717 Chorale prelude In dulci jubilo Organ IV/3: 52 after BWV 729a
729a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude In dulci jubilo (sketch) Organ IV/3: 50 BWV 729
730 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier Organ IV/3: 60
731 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier Organ IV/3: 61
732 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Lobt Gott, ihr Christen, allzugleich Organ IV/3: 64 after BWV 732a
732a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Lobt Gott, ihr Christen, allzugleich (draft) Organ IV/3: 63 BWV 732
733 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Meine Seele erhebt den Herren (fugue) Organ IV/3: 65 by Krebs, J. L.?
734 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Nun freut euch, lieben Christen g'mein Organ IV/3: 70 BWV 734a
734a 1708–1789 Chorale prelude Nun freut euch, lieben Christen g'mein Organ IV/10 by Scholz (arr.)?; after BWV 734
735 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Valet will ich dir geben (Fantasia) Organ IV/3: 77 after BWV 735a
735a c.1706 Chorale prelude Valet will ich dir geben (early version) Organ IV/3: 81 BWV 735
736 1713–1717 Chorale prelude Valet will ich dir geben Org (V Bc) IV/3: 84
737 c.1704 Chorale prelude Vater unser im Himmelreich (Neumeister Chorales No. 18) Organ IV/9: 36
IV/3: 90
738 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her Organ IV/3: 94 after BWV 738a
738a 1708–1717 Chorale prelude Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her (sketch) Organ IV/3: 94 BWV 738
739 c.1704 Chorale prelude Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern Organ IV/10: 2
740 1700–1780 Chorale prelude Wir glauben all an einen Gott Organ by Krebs, J. L.?
741 c.1701 Chorale prelude Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein Organ IV/3: 4
742 c.1704 Chorale prelude Ach Herr, mich armen Sünder (Neumeister Chorales No. 14) Organ IV/9: 28
743 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Ach, was ist doch unser Leben Organ IV/10: 11
744 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Auf meinen lieben Gott Organ IV/10: 20 by Krebs, J. L.
745 1700–1788 Chorale prelude Aus der Tiefe rufe ich Organ IV/10: 22 by Bach, C. P. E.?
747 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Christus, der uns selig macht Organ IV/10: 38
749 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend Organ IV/10: 80 by Telemann?; by Bach, J. Christoph?
750 c.1700–1703 Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht Organ IV/10: 81
752 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Jesu, der du meine Seele Organ
753 c.1720 Chorale prelude Jesu, meine Freude (unfinished; WFB No. 5) Organ V/5: 8
754 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier Organ
755 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Nun freut euch, lieben Christen g'mein Organ
756 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Nun ruhen alle Wälder Organ
757 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude O Herre Gott, dein göttlichs Wort Organ
758 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude O Vater, allmächtiger Gott Organ IV/11: 69
762 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Vater unser im Himmelreich Organ IV/10: 142
763 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude Wie schön leucht uns der Morgenstern Organ
764 c.1704–1705 Chorale prelude Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern Organ IV/10: 6
765 c.1706 Chorale prelude Wir glauben all an einen Gott Organ
1085 c.1700–1717 Chorale prelude O Lamm Gottes unschuldig Organ IV/3: 76
1090 c.1704 Chorale prelude Wir Christenleut (Neumeister Chorales No. 2) Organ IV/9: 4
1091 c.1699 Chorale prelude Das alte Jahr vergangen ist (Neumeister Chorales No. 3) Organ IV/9: 6
1092 c.1701 Chorale prelude Herr Gott, nun schleuß den Himmel auf (Neumeister Chorales No. 4) Organ IV/9: 8
1093 c.1704 Chorale prelude Herzliebster Jesu, was hast du verbrochen (Neumeister Chorales No. 5) Organ IV/9: 10
1094 c.1699 Chorale prelude O Jesu, wie ist dein Gestalt (Neumeister Chorales No. 6) Organ IV/9: 12
1095 c.1704 Chorale prelude O Lamm Gottes unschuldig (Neumeister Chorales No. 7) Organ IV/9: 14
1097 c.1699 Chorale prelude Ehre sei dir Christe, der du leidest Not (Neumeister Chorales No. 9) Organ IV/9: 18
1098 c.1704 Chorale prelude Wir glauben all an einen Gott (Neumeister Chorales No. 10) Organ IV/9: 20
1099 c.1701 Chorale prelude Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir (Neumeister Chorales No. 11) Organ IV/9: 22
1100 c.1704 Chorale prelude Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (Neumeister Chorales No. 12) Organ IV/9: 24
1101 c.1704 Chorale prelude Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt (Neumeister Chorales No. 15) Organ IV/9: 30
1102 c.1706 Chorale prelude Du Friedefürst, Herr Jesu Christ (Neumeister Chorales No. 16) Organ IV/9: 33
1103 1699–1709 Chorale prelude Erhalt uns Herr, bei deinem Wort (Neumeister Chorales No. 17) Organ IV/9: 35
1104 1699–1709 Chorale prelude Wenn dich Unglück tut greifen an (Neumeister Chorales No. 19) Organ IV/9: 38
1105 c.1701 Chorale prelude Jesu, meine Freude (Neumeister Chorales No. 20) Organ IV/9: 39
1106 c.1704 Chorale prelude Gott ist mein Heil, mein Hilf und Trost (Neumeister Chorales No. 21) Organ IV/9: 40
1107 c.1704 Chorale prelude Jesu, meines Lebens Leben (Neumeister Chorales No. 22) Organ IV/9: 42
1108 c.1704 Chorale prelude Als Jesus Christus in der Nacht (Neumeister Chorales No. 23) Organ IV/9: 44
1109 1699–1709 Chorale prelude Ach Gott, tu dich erbarmen (Neumeister Chorales No. 24) Organ IV/9: 46
1110 c.1704 Chorale prelude O Herre Gott, dein göttlich Wort (Neumeister Chorales No. 25) Organ IV/9: 48
1111 c.1701 Chorale prelude Nun lasset uns den Leib begraben (Neumeister Chorales No. 26) Organ IV/9: 50
1112 c.1699 Chorale prelude Christus, der ist mein Leben (Neumeister Chorales No. 27) Organ IV/9: 52
1113 c.1699 Chorale prelude Ich hab mein Sach Gott heimgestellt (Neumeister Chorales No. 28) Organ IV/9: 54
1114 c.1701 Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, du höchstes Gut (Neumeister Chorales No. 29) Organ IV/9: 56
1115 c.1701 Chorale prelude Herzlich lieb hab ich dich, o Herr (Neumeister Chorales No. 30) Organ IV/9: 58
1116 c.1701 Chorale prelude Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan (Neumeister Chorales No. 31) Organ IV/9: 60
1117 c.1701 Chorale prelude Alle Menschen müssen sterben (Neumeister Chorales No. 32) Organ IV/9: 62
1118 c.1701 Chorale prelude Werde munter, mein Gemüte (Neumeister Chorales No. 34) Organ IV/9: 66
1119 c.1699 Chorale prelude Wie nach einer Wasserquelle (Neumeister Chorales No. 35) Organ IV/9: 68
1120 c.1704 Chorale prelude Christ, der du bist der helle Tag (Neumeister Chorales No. 36) Organ IV/9: 70
957 c.1701 Chorale prelude Machs mit mir, Gott, nach deiner Güt (Neumeister Chorales No. 33; a.k.a. Fugue = first half in later arr.) G major Organ IV/9: 64, 74
766 c.1706 Chorale partita Christ, der du bist der helle Tag Organ IV/1: 114
767 c.1708 Chorale partita O Gott, du frommer Gott Organ IV/1: 122
768 1708–1717 or earlier Chorale partita Sei gegrüßet, Jesu gütig Organ IV/1: 132, 152
769 c.1747–1748 Chorale variations Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her (canonic variations; print version) Organ IV/2: 197 BWV 769a
769a c.1747–1748 Chorale variations Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her (canonic variations; autograph) Organ IV/2: 98 after BWV 769
770 c.1704 Chorale variations Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen Organ IV/1: 104
8. Keyboard compositions (see also: List of solo keyboard compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach)
772 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 1 – Invention No. 1 = WFB No. 32: Preamb. 1 C major Keyboard V/5: 48
V/3: 2
BWV 772a[18][19][20]
772a 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 1a – Invention No. 1a C major Keyboard V/3: 4 after BWV 772
773 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 2 – Invention No. 2 = WFB No. 46: Preamb. 15 C minor Keyboard V/5: 76
V/3: 6
[18][19][20]
774 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 3 – Invention No. 3 = WFB No. 45: Preamb. 14 D major Keyboard V/5: 74
V/3: 8
[18][19][20]
775 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 4 – Invention No. 4 = WFB No. 33: Preamb. 2 D minor Keyboard V/5: 50
V/3: 10
[18][19][20]
776 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 5 – Invention No. 5 = WFB No. 44: Preamb. 13 E major Keyboard V/5: 72
V/3: 12
[18][19][20]
777 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 6 – Invention No. 6 = WFB No. 43: Preamb. 12 E major Keyboard V/5: 70
V/3: 14
[18][19][20]
778 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 7 – Invention No. 7 = WFB No. 34: Preamb. 3 E minor Keyboard V/5: 52
V/3: 16
[18][19][20]
779 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 8 – Invention No. 8 = WFB No. 35: Preamb. 4 F major Keyboard V/5: 54
V/3: 18
[18][19][20]
780 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 9 – Invention No. 9 = WFB No. 42: Preamb. 11 F minor Keyboard V/5: 68
V/3: 20
[18][19][20]
781 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 10 – Invention No. 10 = WFB No. 36: Preamb. 5 G major Keyboard V/5: 56
V/3: 22
[18][19][20]
782 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 11 – Invention No. 11 = WFB No. 41: Preamb. 10 G minor Keyboard V/5: 66
V/3: 24
[18][19][20]
783 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 12 – Invention No. 12 = WFB No. 40: Preamb. 9 A major Keyboard V/5: 64
V/3: 26
[18][19][20]
784 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 13 – Invention No. 13 = WFB No. 37: Preamb. 6 A minor Keyboard V/5: 58
V/3: 28
[18][19][20]
785 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 14 – Invention No. 14 = WFB No. 39: Preamb. 8 B major Keyboard V/5: 62
V/3: 30
[18][19][20]
786 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Inventions and Sinfonias No. 15 – Invention No. 15 = WFB No. 38: Preamb. 7 B minor Keyboard V/5: 60
V/3: 32
[18][19][20]
787 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 16 – Sinfonia No. 1 = WFB No. 49: Fantasia 1 C major Keyboard V/5: 90
V/3: 34
[18][19][20]
788 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 17 – Sinfonia No. 2 = WFB No. 63: Fantas. 15 C minor Keyboard V/5: 118
V/3: 36
[18][19][20]
789 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 18 – Sinfonia No. 3 = WFB No. 62: Fantas. 14 D major Keyboard V/5: 116
V/3: 38
[18][19][20]
790 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 19 – Sinfonia No. 4 = WFB No. 50: Fantasia 2 D minor Keyboard V/5: 92
V/3: 40
[18][19][20]
791 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 20 – Sinfonia No. 5 = WFB No. 61: Fantas. 13 E major Keyboard V/5: 114
V/3: 42
BWV 791a[18][19][20]
791a 1723 Sinfonias and Inventions No. 20a – Sinfonia No. 5a E major Keyboard V/3: 44, 80 after BWV 791[18][19][20]
792 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 21 – Sinfonia No. 6 = WFB No. 60: Fantas. 12 E major Keyboard V/5: 112
V/3: 46
[18][19][20]
793 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 22 – Sinfonia No. 7 = WFB No. 51: Fantasia 3 E minor Keyboard V/5: 94
V/3: 48
[18][19][20]
794 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 23 – Sinfonia No. 8 = WFB No. 52: Fantasia 4 F major Keyboard V/5: 96
V/3: 50
[18][19][20]
795 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 24 – Sinfonia No. 9 = WFB No. 59: Fantas. 11 F minor Keyboard V/5: 110
V/3: 52
[18][19][20]
796 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 25 – Sinfonia No. 10 = WFB No. 53: Fantasia 5 G major Keyboard V/5: 98
V/3: 54
[18][19][20]
797 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 26 – Sinfonia No. 11 = WFB No. 58: Fantas. 10 G minor Keyboard V/5: 108
V/3: 56
[18][19][20]
798 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 27 – Sinfonia No. 12 = WFB No. 57: Fantasia 9 A major Keyboard V/5: 106
V/3: 58
[18][19][20]
799 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 28 – Sinfonia No. 13 = WFB No. 54: Fantasia 6 A minor Keyboard V/5: 100
V/3: 60
[18][19][20]
800 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 29 – Sinfonia No. 14 = WFB No. 56: Fantasia 8 B major Keyboard V/5: 104
V/3: 62
[18][19][20]
801 1720-01-22
1725-01-22
Sinfonias and Inventions No. 30 – Sinfonia No. 15 = WFB No. 55: Fantasia 7 B minor Keyboard V/5: 102
V/3: 64
[18][19][20]
802 1739 Duet No. 1 from Clavier-Übung III E minor Organ IV/4: 92
803 1739 Duet No. 2 from Clavier-Übung III F major Organ IV/4: 96
804 1739 Duet No. 3 from Clavier-Übung III G major Organ IV/4: 99
805 1739 Duet No. 4 from Clavier-Übung III A minor Organ IV/4: 102
806 1714–1723 English Suite No. 1 A major Keyboard V/7: 2
806a 1714–1717 English Suite No. 1a A major Keyboard V/7: 116
807 1725 or earlier English Suite No. 2 A minor Keyboard V/7: 20
808 1725 or earlier English Suite No. 3 G minor Keyboard V/7: 38
809 1725 or earlier English Suite No. 4 F major Keyboard V/7: 54
810 1725 or earlier English Suite No. 5 E minor Keyboard V/7: 70
811 1725 or earlier English Suite No. 6 D minor Keyboard V/7: 90
812 AMB1 1720–1722 Notebook A. M. Bach (1722) No. 1 French Suite No. 1 D minor Keyboard V/4: 3
812 AMB2 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 30 French Suite No. 1 D minor Keyboard V/4: 109
812 v.A early 1750s French Suite No. 1 – Version A (Altnickol) D minor Keyboard V/8: 2
812 v.B French Suite No. 1 – Version B D minor Keyboard V/8: 64
813 AMB1 1720–1722 Notebook A. M. Bach (1722) No. 2, 9 French Suite No. 2 C minor Keyboard V/4: 10
813 AMB2 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 31 French Suite No. 2 C minor Keyboard V/4: 116
813 v.A early 1750s French Suite No. 2 – Version A (Altnickol) C minor Keyboard V/8: 10
813a French Suite No. 2 – Version B C minor Keyboard V/8: 72
814 AMB1 1720–1722 Notebook A. M. Bach (1722) No. 3, 10 French Suite No. 3 B minor Keyboard V/4: 16
814 v.A early 1750s French Suite No. 3 – Version A (Altnickol) B minor Keyboard V/8: 20
814 v.B French Suite No. 3 – Version B B minor Keyboard
814a 1720–1739 French Suite No. 3 – Variant B minor Keyboard V/8: 166 after BWV 929
815 AMB1 1720–1722 Notebook A. M. Bach (1722) No. 4 French Suite No. 4 E major Keyboard V/4: 23
815 v.A early 1750s French Suite No. 4 – Version A (Altnickol) E major Keyboard V/8: 30
815 v.B French Suite No. 4 – Version B E major Keyboard V/8: 92
815a French Suite No. 4 – Variant E major Keyboard V/8: 176
816 AMB1 1724–1725 Notebook A. M. Bach (1722) No. 5 French Suite No. 5 G major Keyboard V/4: 30
816 v.A early 1750s French Suite No. 5 – Version A (Altnickol) G major Keyboard V/8: 40
816 v.B French Suite No. 5 – Version B G major Keyboard V/8: 102
817 v.A early 1750s French Suite No. 6 – Version A (Altnickol) E major Keyboard V/8: 52
817 v.B after 1724? French Suite No. 6 – Version B E major Keyboard V/8: 114
818 1720–1722 Suite for keyboard (early version) A minor Keyboard V/8: 129
818a after 1721 Suite for keyboard (later version) A minor Keyboard V/8: 146
819 before 1726 Suite for keyboard (early version) E major Keyboard V/8: 136
819a 1725–1728 Suite for keyboard (later version) E major Keyboard V/8: 156
820 1705–1713 Suite (Ouverture) for keyboard F major Keyboard V/10: 43
822 Suite for keyboard G minor Keyboard V/10: 68 after unknown model?
823 before 1727 Suite for keyboard F minor Keyboard V/10: 50
825 1725–1726 Partita No. 1 from Clavier-Übung I B major Keyboard V/1: 2
826 1725–1727 Partita No. 2 from Clavier-Übung I C minor Keyboard V/1: 15
827 1725–1727 Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 1 = Partita No. 3 from Clavier-Übung I A minor Keyboard V/1: 35
V/4: 47
828 1725–1728 Partita No. 4 from Clavier-Übung I D major Keyboard V/1: 50
829 1725–1730 Partita No. 5 from Clavier-Übung I G major Keyboard V/1: 72
830 1725–1730 Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 2 = Partita No. 6 from Clavier-Übung I E minor Keyboard V/1: 90
V/4: 60
after BWV 1019a/3 /5
831 1733–1735 Overture in the French style (Clavier-Übung II No. 2) B minor Harpsichord V/2: 20 after BWV 831a
831a 1727–1733 Overture in the French style (early version) C minor Keyboard V/2: 43 BWV 831
832 before 1707 Suite for keyboard A major Keyboard V/10: 54 in Möllersche Handschrift
833 before 1707 Prelude and partita for keyboard F major Keyboard V/10: 60 in Möllersche Handschrift
836 1720–1721 Allemande, Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 6 G minor Keyboard V/5: 8 by Bach, W. F. & J. S.?
837 1720–1721 Allemande, Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 7 (incomplete) G minor Keyboard V/5: 10 by Bach, W. F. & J. S.?
841 1720–1721 Notebook A. M. Bach (1722) No. 11 Menuet = WFB No. 11: Menuet 1 G major Keyboard V/5: 16 V/4: 44 by Bach, W. F. & J. S.?
842 1720–1721 Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 12: Menuet 2 G minor Keyboard V/5: 17 by Bach, W. F. (BR A43) & J. S.?
843 1720–1721 Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 13: Menuet 3 G major Keyboard V/5: 18
846 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 1 C major Keyboard V/6.1: 2 after BWV 846a
846/1 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 29 Prelude (short version of WTC I No. 1/1) C major Keyboard V/4: 107
846a 1720 Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 14: Praeludium 1 (early WTC I No. 1/1) C major Keyboard V/5: 19
V/6.1: 127
BWV 846/1
847 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 2 (/1 = WFB No. 15: Praeludium 2) C minor Keyboard V/5: 20
V/6.1: 2
after BWV 847a
847a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 2) C minor Keyboard V/6.1: 130 BWV 847
848 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 3 (/1 = WFB No. 21: Praeludium [8]) C major Keyboard V/5: 30
V/6.1: 2
after BWV 848a
848a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 3) C major Keyboard V/6.1: 134 BWV 848
849 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 4 (/1 = WFB No. 22: Praeludium [9]) C minor Keyboard V/5: 32
V/6.1: 2
after BWV 849a
849a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 4) C minor Keyboard V/6.1: 140 BWV 849
850 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 5 (/1 = WFB No. 17: Praeludium 4) D major Keyboard V/5: 23
V/6.1: 2
after BWV 850a
850a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 5) D major Keyboard V/6.1: 146 BWV 850
851 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 6 (/1 = WFB No. 16: Praeludium 3) D minor Keyboard V/5: 22
V/6.1: 2
after BWV 851a
851a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 6) D minor Keyboard V/6.1: 150 BWV 851
852 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 7 E major Keyboard V/6.1: 32 after BWV 852a
852a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 7) E major Keyboard V/6.1: 154 BWV 852
853 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 8 (/1 = WFB No. 23: Praeludium [10]) E minor
D minor
Keyboard V/5: 34
V/6.1: 38
after BWV 853a; → K. 404a/1
853a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 8) E minor
D minor
Keyboard V/6.1: 160 BWV 853
854 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 9 (/1 = WFB No. 19: Praeludium 6) E major Keyboard V/5: 26
V/6.1: 44
after BWV 854a
854a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 9) E major Keyboard V/6.1: 166 BWV 854
855 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 10 E minor Keyboard V/6.1: 48 after BWV 855a
855a c.1720 Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 10) (/1 = WFB No. 18: Praeludium 5) E minor Keyboard V/5: 24
V/6.1: 170
BWV 855
856 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 11 (/1 = WFB No. 20: Praeludium 7) F major Keyboard V/5: 28
V/6.1: 54
after BWV 856a
856a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 11) F major Keyboard V/6.1: 174 BWV 856
857 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 12 (/1 = WFB No. 24: Praeludium [11]) F minor Keyboard V/5: 36
V/6.1: 58
after BWV 857a
857a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 12) F minor Keyboard V/6.1: 178 BWV 857
858 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 13 F major Keyboard V/6.1: 64 after BWV 858a
858a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 13) F major Keyboard V/6.1: 184 BWV 858
859 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 14 F minor Keyboard V/6.1: 64 after BWV 859a
859a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 14) F minor Keyboard V/6.1: 188 BWV 859
860 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 15 G major Keyboard V/6.1: 72 after BWV 860a
860a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 15) G major Keyboard V/6.1: 192 BWV 860
861 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 16 G minor Keyboard V/6.1: 78 after BWV 861a
861a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 16) G minor Keyboard V/6.1: 198 BWV 861
862 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 17 A major Keyboard V/6.1: 82 after BWV 862a
862a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 17) A major Keyboard V/6.1: 202 BWV 862
863 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 18 G♯ minor Keyboard V/6.1: 86 after BWV 863a
863a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 18) G minor Keyboard V/6.1: 206 BWV 863
864 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 19 A major Keyboard V/6.1: 90 after BWV 864a
864a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 19) A major Keyboard V/6.1: 210 BWV 864
865 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 20 A minor Keyboard V/6.1: 96 after BWV 865a
865a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 20) A minor Keyboard V/6.1: 216 BWV 865
866 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 21 B major Keyboard V/6.1: 104 after BWV 866a
866a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 21) B major Keyboard V/6.1: 224 BWV 866
867 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 22 B minor Keyboard V/6.1: 108 after BWV 867a; → Hess 38 [commons]
867a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 22) B minor Keyboard V/6.1: 228 BWV 867
868 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 23 B major Keyboard V/6.1: 112 after BWV 868a
868a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 23) B major Keyboard V/6.1: 232 BWV 868
869 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier I, P. & F. No. 24 B minor Keyboard V/6.1: 116 after BWV 869a
869a Prelude and Fughetta (early WTC I No. 24) B minor Keyboard V/6.1: 236 BWV 869
870b
870/2
1739–1742 Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 1 (version A) C major Keyboard V/6.2: 2,
6, 342
871 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 2 C minor Keyboard V/6.2: 8,
160
K. 405/1
872 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 3 C major Keyboard V/6.2: 12,
164, 352
after BWV 872a
872a/1 1739–1740 Prelude (early WTC II, P. & F. No. 3/1) C major Keyboard V/6.2: 344 BWV 872/1
872a/2 1738 Fughetta (early WTC II, P. & F. No. 3/2) C major Keyboard V/6.2: 358 BWV 872/2
873 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 4 C minor Keyboard V/6.2: 16,
168
874 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 5 D major Keyboard V/6.2: 24,
176
K. 405/5
875 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 6 D minor Keyboard V/6.2: 30
182, 348,
356
after BWV 875a
875a 1739–1740 Preambulum (early WTC II, P. & F. No. 6/1) D minor Keyboard V/6.2: 346 BWV 875/1
876 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 7 E major Keyboard V/6.2: 36,
188, 354
K. 405/2
877 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 8 D minor Keyboard V/6.2: 42,
194
K. 405/4
878 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 9 E major Keyboard V/6.2: 48,
200
K. 405/3
879 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 10 E minor Keyboard V/6.2: 54,
206
880 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 11 F major Keyboard V/6.2: 62,
215
881 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 12 F minor Keyboard V/6.2: 69,
221
882 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 13 F major Keyboard V/6.2: 76,
228
K. 404a/3
883 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 14 F minor Keyboard V/6.2: 84,
236
K. 404a/2
884 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 15 G major Keyboard V/6.2: 90,
242, 350
after BWV 902/2
885 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 16 G minor Keyboard V/6.2: 94,
246
886 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 17 A major Keyboard V/6.2: 100,
108, 252
after BWV 901/2
887 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 18 G♯ minor Keyboard V/6.2: 112,
260
888 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 19 A major Keyboard V/6.2: 120,
268
889 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 20 A minor Keyboard V/6.2: 124,
272
890 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 21 B major Keyboard V/6.2: 128,
276
891 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 22 B minor Keyboard V/6.2: 134,
282
892 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 23 B major Keyboard V/6.2: 142,
290
893 1739–1742
1744
Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 24 B minor Keyboard V/6.2: 150,
298
870 1744 Well-Tempered Clavier II, P. & F. No. 1 (version B) C major Keyboard V/6.2: 156 after BWV 870a
894 1710–1717 (JTK) Prelude and Fugue A minor Keyboard V/9.2: 40 BWV 1044/1, /3; in SBB P 801, P 804
895 1709 (JCB) Prelude and Fugue A minor Keyboard V/9.2: 69 in Yale LM 4982
896 1704–1707 Prelude and Fugue A major Keyboard V/9.2: 72 in Möllersche Handschrift
870a before 1727 Prelude and Fughetta C major Keyboard V/6.2: 307,
310
BWV 870; in SBB P 804, P 1089
899 before 1727 Prelude and Fughetta D minor Keyboard V/6.2: 314
V/12: 24
in SBB P 804, P 1089
900 before 1727 Prelude and Fughetta E minor Keyboard V/6.2
V/12
in SBB P 804, P 1089
901 before 1727 Prelude and Fughetta F major Keyboard V/6.2: 324 BWV 886/2; in SBB P 1089
902 c.1729 Prelude and Fughetta G major Keyboard V/6.2: 328 BWV 884/2; in SBB P 804, P 1089
902/1a before 1727 Prelude (previous Prelude to BWV 902/2) G major Keyboard V/6.2: 334,
338
BWV 884/2; in SBB P 804
903 Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue D minor Keyboard V/9.2: 76 after BWV 903a; in SBB P 803, P 651
903a Fantasia (early BWV 903/1) D minor Keyboard V/9.2: 90 BWV 903/1; in D-DS Mus. ms. 69
904 before 1727 Fantasia and Fugue A minor Keyboard V/9.2 in SBB P 804
906 before 1729
c.1738
Fantasia and Fugue (Fugue incomplete) C minor Keyboard V/9.2: 110 in US-BETbc, D-Dl Mus.2405-T-52
910 1707–1713 Toccata F minor Kb (or) Org V/9.1: 1 in Andreas-Bach-Buch
911 1707–1713 Toccata C minor Kb (or) Org V/9.1: 13 in Andreas-Bach-Buch
912 1707–1713 Toccata D major Kb (or) Org V/9.1: 38 after BWV 912a; ↔ BWV 532/1
912a 1704–1707 Toccata D major Kb (or) Org V/9.1: 26 BWV 912; in Möllersche Handschrift
913 1707–1709 Toccata D minor Kb (or) Org V/9.1: 50, 63 after BWV 913a
913a Toccata D minor Kb (or) Org V/9.1: 52 BWV 913; publ. 1801
914 1707–1709 Toccata E minor Kb (or) Org V/9.1: 78
915 1707–1709 Toccata G minor Kb (or) Org V/9.1: 87
916 1707–1713 Toccata G major Kb (or) Org V/9.1: 100 in Andreas-Bach-Buch
917 1704–1707 Fantasia G minor Keyboard V/9.1: 14, 16 in Möllersche Handschrift
918 Fantasia on a Rondo C minor Keyboard V/9.1: 14, 18
921 1707–1713 Prelude C minor Keyboard V/9.1: 24 in Andreas-Bach-Buch
922 1710–1714 (JTK) Prelude (Fantasia) A minor Keyboard V/9.2: 27, 34 in SBB P 803
923 c.1723? Prelude B minor Keyboard V/9.2: 116 by Pachelbel, W. H.?; → BWV 923a; in SBB P 401
924 c.1720 Twelve Little Preludes No. 1: Preambulum (WFB No. 2) C major Keyboard V/5: 4 BWV 924a
924a 1720–1726 Twelve Little Preludes No. 1a: Preludium ex c (WFB No. 26) C major Keyboard V/5: 41 after BWV 924; BR A44 F(add) 206
925 1720–1726 Twelve Little Preludes No. 4: Preludium ex d (WFB No. 27) D major Keyboard V/5: 42 BR A45 F(add) 206
926 c.1720 Twelve Little Preludes No. 5: Preludium (WFB No. 4) D minor Keyboard V/5: 6
927 1720–1726 Twelve Little Preludes No. 8: Preambulum (WFB No. 8) F major Keyboard V/5: 10
928 1720–1726 Twelve Little Preludes No. 9: Preludium (WFB No. 10) F major Keyboard V/5: 14
929 1720–1726 Twelve Little Preludes No. 10: Trio for a Minuet by Stölzel (WFB No. 48e) G minor Keyboard V/5: 89
930 1720–1726 Twelve Little Preludes No. 11: Preambulum (WFB No. 9) G minor Keyboard V/5: 12
931 1720–1726 Preludium, Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 29 A minor Keyboard V/5: 45 BR A47 F(add) 206
932 1720–1726 Preludium ex e, Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 28 (incomplete) E minor Keyboard V/5: 44 BR A46 F(add) 206
933 1717–1723? Six Little Preludes No. 1 C major Keyboard V/9.2: 3 in SBB P 542, P 885
934 1717–1723? Six Little Preludes No. 2 C minor Keyboard V/9.2: 4 in SBB P 542, P 885
935 1717–1723? Six Little Preludes No. 3 D minor Keyboard V/9.2: 5 in SBB P 542, P 885
936 1717–1723? Six Little Preludes No. 4 D major Keyboard V/9.2: 6 in SBB P 542, P 885
937 1717–1723? Six Little Preludes No. 5 E major Keyboard V/9.2: 8 in SBB P 542, P 885
938 1717–1723? Six Little Preludes No. 6 E minor Keyboard V/9.2: 10 in SBB P 542, P 885
939 1726–1727 Five Little Preludes No. 1 (=12 L. P. No. 2) C major Keyboard V/12: 50 by Bach?; in SBB P 804
940 1726–1727 Five Little Preludes No. 2 (=12 L. P. No. 6) D minor Keyboard V/12: 50 by Bach?; in SBB P 804
941 1726–1727 Five Little Preludes No. 3 (=12 L. P. No. 7) E minor Keyboard V/12: 51 by Bach?; in SBB P 804
942 1726–1727 Five Little Preludes No. 4 (=12 L. P. No. 12) A minor Keyboard V/12: 52 by Bach?; in SBB P 804
943 1725–1727 Five Little Preludes No. 5 C major Org (Kb?) V/12: 53 in SBB P 804
944 1707–1713 Fantasia and Fugue A minor Keyboard V/9.2: 133 in Andreas-Bach-Buch
946 early work? Fugue on a theme by Albinoni C major Keyboard V/9.2: 153 after Albinoni, Op. 1, No. 12/4 (theme)
947 early work? Fugue A minor Keyboard V/12: 55 by Bach?
948 early work? Fugue D minor Keyboard V/9.2: 156 in D-B N. Mus. ms. 10580
949 1707–1713 Fugue A major Keyboard V/9.2: 163 after Albinoni (theme)?; in Andreas-Bach-Buch
950 before 1725 Fugue on a theme by Albinoni A major
G major
Keyboard V/9.2: 168 after Albinoni (theme); in SBB P 804
951 1714–1717 Fugue on a theme by Albinoni B minor Keyboard V/9.2: 118 after BWV 951a; in SBB P 801
951a 1714–1717 Fugue on a theme by Albinoni (early version) B minor Keyboard V/9.2: 127 after Albinoni (theme); → BWV 951; in D-LEm Poel. mus. Ms. 9
952 Fugue C major Keyboard V/9.2: 176
953 1720–1726 Fugue a 3, Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 31 C major Keyboard V/5: 46
954 early work? Fugue on a theme by Reincken B major Keyboard V/11: 200 after Reincken, Hortus Musicus No. 2/2 (theme)[21]
955 early work Fugue B major Keyboard V/12: 60 after BWV 955a; in SBB P 425, P 804
955a early work Fugue B major Organ V/12: 65 by Erselius?; → BWV 955; in SBB P 247, P 595
959 Fugue A minor Keyboard V/9.2: 178 by Bach?
961 ? Fughetta C minor Keyboard V/9.2: 182 in SBB P 823
963 early work Sonata for keyboard D major Keyboard V/10: 32 in SBB P 804
965 c.1714–1717
or earlier
Sonata for keyboard after Reincken A minor Keyboard V/11: 173 after Reincken, Hortus Musicus No. 1/1–/5; in SBB P 803
966 c.1714–1717
or earlier
Sonata for keyboard after Reincken A minor Keyboard V/11: 188 after Reincken, Hortus Musicus No. 3/1–/5; in SBB P 803
967 1704–1707 Sonata transcription, 1st movement A minor Keyboard V/9.2: 184 in SBB P 804
971 1733–1735 Italian Concerto (Clavier-Übung II No. 1) F major Harpsichord V/2: 2
972 July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (1/16) D major Keyboard V/11: 3 after Vivaldi, Op. 3 No. 9
972a July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (1/16), early version D major Keyboard V/11: 161 after Vivaldi, Op. 3 No. 9
973 July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (2/16) G major Keyboard V/11: 12 after Vivaldi, Op. 7 No. 8
974 July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (3/16) D minor Keyboard V/11: 20 after Marcello, A., Oboe Concerto
975 July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (4/16) G minor Keyboard V/11: 30 after Vivaldi, Op. 4 No. 6
976 July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (5/16) C major Keyboard V/11: 39 after Vivaldi, Op. 3 No. 12
977 July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (6/16) C major Keyboard V/11: 50 after unknown model
978 July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (7/16) F major Keyboard V/11: 56 after Vivaldi, Op. 3 No. 3 (RV 310)
979 July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (8/16) B minor Keyboard V/11: 64 after Vivaldi, RV 813 (previously: Torelli)[22]
980 July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (9/16) G major Keyboard V/11: 79 after Vivaldi, Op. 4 No. 1 (RV 381)
981 July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (10/16) C minor Keyboard V/11: 90 after Marcello, B., Op. 1 No. 2
982 July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (11/16) B major Keyboard V/11: 100 after J. E. of Saxe-Weimar, Op. 1 No. 1
983 July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (12/16) G minor Keyboard V/11: 110 after unknown model
984 July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (13/16) C major Keyboard V/11: 118 after J. E. of Saxe-Weimar, lost Concerto; → BWV 595
985 July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (14/16) G minor Keyboard V/11: 128 after Telemann, TWV 51:g1[23]
986 July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (15/16) G minor Keyboard V/11: 137 after unknown model
987 July 1713–
July 1714
Concerto for solo keyboard (16/16) D minor Keyboard V/11: 142 after J. E. of Saxe-Weimar, Op. 1 No. 4
988 1741–1742 Goldberg Variations (Clavier-Übung IV) G major Harpsichord V/2: 69 BWV 1087
988/1 c.1740? (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 26 Aria of the Goldberg Variations G major Harpsichord V/4: 103 BWV 1087
989 1707–1713 Aria variata A minor Keyboard V/10: 21 in Andreas-Bach-Buch
991 1722 Notebook A. M. Bach (1722) No. 7 Air with variations (incomplete) C minor Keyboard V/4: 40
992 1704–1707 Capriccio on the departure of a beloved brother B major Keyboard V/10: 3 in Möllersche Handschrift
993 c.1705 Capriccio in honorem Johann Christoph Bachii Ohrdrufiensis [scores] E major Keyboard V/10: 12 in SBB P 804
994 1720 Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 1: Applicatio C major Keyboard V/5: 4
9. Lute compositions (see also: List of solo lute compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach)
995 Fall 1727 – Winter 1731 Suite for lute G minor Lu V/10: 81 after BWV 1011[24][25][26]
[27][28][29][30][31][32]
[33][34][35][36][37][38]
996 1710–1717 (JGW) Suite for lute E minor Lu (Lw?) V/10: 94 in SBB P 801, pp. 385–395[39][40]
[30][32][33][41][42][43]
997 1720–1739 Suite for lute [commons] C minor Lu (Lw?) V/10: 102 in SBB P 650, MB Lpz III.11.5[27][30][44]
[32][33][37][38][41][42]
998 1735–1745 Prelude, Fugue and Allegro E major Lu (or) Hc V/10: 114 [30][45][46]
[31][32][33][38][42][47]
999 1717–1723 Prelude for lute (Twelve Little Preludes No. 3) C minor Lu V/10: 122 in SBB P 804, pp. 101–103[30][32][48][49]
1000 after 1720 Fugue G minor Lu V/10: 124 after BWV 1001/2; → 539/2; in MB Lpz III.11.4[27][44]
[30][32][37][38][41][50]
1006a c.1736–1737 Suite for lute E major Lu? V/10: 134 after BWV 1006[25][30][51]
[32][38][47][52][53][54]
10. Chamber music (see also: List of chamber music works by Johann Sebastian Bach)
1001 1720 Sonatas and partitas for solo violin No. 1 – Sonata No. 1 G minor Vl VI/1: 3
rev 3: 3
BWV 1000, 539/2
1002 1720 Partitas and sonatas for solo violin No. 2 – Partita No. 1 B minor Vl VI/1: 10
rev 3: 10
1003 1720 Sonatas and partitas for solo violin No. 3 – Sonata No. 2 A minor Vl VI/1: 20
rev 3: 20
BWV 964
1004 1720 Partitas and sonatas for solo violin No. 4 – Partita No. 2 D minor Vl VI/1: 30
rev 3: 30
1005 1720 Sonatas and partitas for solo violin No. 5 – Sonata No. 3 C major Vl VI/1: 42
rev 3: 42
after "Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott"; → BWV 968
1006 1720 Partitas and sonatas for solo violin No. 6 – Partita No. 3 E major Vl VI/1: 54
rev 3: 54
BWV 1006a, 29/1 and 120a/4
1007 1720 (AMB) Suite for cello No. 1 G major Vc VI/2: 2
1008 1720 (AMB) Suite for cello No. 2 D minor Vc VI/2: 8
1009 1720 (AMB) Suite for cello No. 3 C major Vc VI/2:14
1010 1720 (AMB) Suite for cello No. 4 E major Vc VI/2: 22
1011 1720 (AMB) Suite for cello No. 5 C minor Vc VI/2: 32 BWV 995
1012 1720 (AMB) Suite for cello No. 6 D major Vc VI/2:40
1013 1717–1723? Partita for flute A minor Fl VI/3: 3
1014 1717–1723? Sonata for violin and harpsichord No. 1 B minor Vl Hc VI/1: 83
rev 3: 83
1015 1717–1723? Sonata for violin and harpsichord No. 2 A major Vl Hc VI/1: 99
rev 3: 99
1016 1717–1723? Sonata for violin and harpsichord No. 3 E major Vl Hc VI/1: 115
rev 3: 115
1017 1717–1723? Sonata for violin and harpsichord No. 4 C minor Vl Hc VI/1: 136
rev 3: 136
1018 1717–1723? Sonata for violin and harpsichord No. 5 F minor Vl Hc VI/1: 153
rev 3: 153
after BWV 1018a
1018a 1717–1723? Sonata for violin and harpsichord No. 5a [commons] F minor Vl Hc VI/1: 195
rev 3: 194
BWV 1018
1019 after 1729? Sonata for violin and harpsichord No. 6 G major Vl Hc VI/1: 172
rev 3: 172
after BWV 1019a
1019a 1717–1729? Sonata for violin and harpsichord No. 6, early versions G major Vl Hc VI/1: 197
rev 3: 196
after BWV 120a/4, 830/3, /6; → BWV 120/4, 1019
1021 1732–1733 Sonata for violin and continuo G major Vl Bc VI/1: 65
rev 3: 65
BWV 1022, 1038
1023 c.1714–1717? Sonata for violin and continuo E minor Vl Bc VI/1: 73
rev 3: 73
1025 c.1746–1747? Suite for violin and keyboard A major Vl Kb VI/5: 67 after Weiss, Suite for Lute in A major
1026 c.1714–1717 Fugue for violin and continuo G minor Vl Bc VI/5: 59
1027 c.1742 Sonata for gamba and harpsichord No. 1 G major Gam Hc VI/4: 3 after BWV 1039; → 1027/1a /2a /4a
1028 Sonata for gamba and harpsichord No. 2 D major Gam Hc VI/4: 21
1029 Sonata for gamba and harpsichord No. 3 G minor Gam Hc VI/4: 36 BWV 545b
1030 1736–1737 Sonata for flute and harpsichord B minor Fl Hc VI/3: 33 after BWV 1030a
1030a 1717–1736 Sonata for unknown instrument and harpsichord G minor v Hc VI/3: 89 BWV 1030
1032 1736–1737 Sonata for flute and harpsichord (/1 incomplete) A major Fl Hc VI/3: 54 BWV 525a
1034 1717–1723? Sonata for flute and continuo E minor Fl Bc VI/3: 11
1035 1717–1723? Sonata for flute and continuo E major Fl Bc VI/3: 23
1039 1708–1726 Sonata G major 2Fl Bc VI/3: 71 BWV 1027
11. Works for orchestra (see also: List of orchestral works by Johann Sebastian Bach)
1041 1730 Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 1 A minor Vl Str Bc VII/3: 3 BWV 1058
1042 Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 2 E major Vl Str Bc VII/3: 35 BWV 1054
1043 1730–1731 or earlier Concerto for 2 violins and orchestraDouble Concerto D minor 2Vl Str Bc VII/3: 71 BWV 1062
1044 1727
or later
Concerto for flute, violin, harpsichord and orchestraTriple Concerto A minor Fl Vl Hc Str Bc VII/3: 105 after BWV 894/1, 527/2, 894/2
1045 1743–1746 Cantata opening: "Concerto" (Symphonic movement for violin and orchestra) D major Vl 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Str Bc I/34: 305 after unknown model by other composer?[55][56][57]
1046 1721-03-24 Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 F major 2Nho 3Ob Bas Vlp Str Bc VII/2: 3 after BWV 1046a; /3, /7 → BWV 207(a)/1, /5a
1046a c.1712-
1713?
Sinfonia (opening of BWV 208?) F major 2Nho 3Ob Str Bas Bc VII/2: 225 BWV 1046; /1 → BWV 52/1; was BWV 1071[55]
1047 1721-03-24 Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 F major Tr Fl Ob Vl Str Vne Bc VII/2: 43
1048 1721-03-24 Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 G major 3Vl 3Vla 3Vc Vne Hc VII/2: 73 BWV 174/1
1049 1721-03-24 Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 G major Vl 2Fl Str Vc Vne Bc VII/2: 99 BWV 1057
1050 1721-03-24 Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 D major Fl Vl Hc Vl Va Vc Vne VII/2: 145 after BWV 1050a
1050a 1720–1721 Brandenburg Concerto No. 5a D major Fl Vl Hc Vl Va Vne VII/2: 145 BWV 1050
1051 1721-03-24 Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 B major 2Vla 2Gam Vc Vne Hc VII/2: 197
1052 c.1738 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 1 D minor Hc Str Bc VII/4: 3 after BWV 146/1, /2 and 188/1
1052a c.1734 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 1a D minor Hc Str Bc VII/4: 317 by Bach, C. P. E.; after BWV 146/1, /2 and 188/1
1053 c.1738 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 2 E major Hc Str Bc VII/4: 79 after BWV 169/1, /5 and 49/1
1054 c.1738 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 3 D major Hc Str Bc VII/4: 127 after BWV 1042
1055 c.1738 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 4 A major Hc Str Bc VII/4: 161 after BWV 1055R?
1056 c.1738 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 5 F minor Hc Str Bc VII/4: 197 after BWV 1056R?; /2 after BWV 156/1
1057 c.1738 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 6 F major Hc 2Fl Str Bc VII/4: 221 after BWV 1049
1058 c.1738 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 7 G minor Hc Str Bc VII/4: 283 after BWV 1041
1059 c.1738 Concerto for harpsichord and orchestra No. 8 (abandoned fragment of 1st movement) D minor Hc Ob Str Bc VII/4: 313 after BWV 35/1 and earlier model (for oboe?); completions/
reconstructions usually based on BWV 35/1, /2 and /5
1060 c.1736 Concerto for 2 harpsichords and orchestra No. 1 C minor 2Hc Str Bc VII/5: 3 after BWV 1060R?
1061 Concerto for 2 harpsichords and orchestra No. 2 C major 2Hc Str Bc VII/5: 109 after BWV 1061a
1061a 1732–1733 Concerto for 2 harpsichords (No. 2) C major 2Hc VII/5: 83 BWV 1061
1062 1736 Concerto for 2 harpsichords and orchestra No. 3 C minor 2Hc Str Bc VII/5: 43 after BWV 1043
1063 c.1730 Concerto for 3 harpsichords and orchestra No. 1 D minor 3Hc Str Bc VII/6: 3 after unknown model?
1064 c.1730 Concerto for 3 harpsichords and orchestra No. 2 C major 3Hc Str Bc VII/6: 55 after BWV 1064R?
1065 c.1730 Concerto for 4 harpsichords and orchestra A minor 4Hc Str Bc VII/6: 117 after Vivaldi, Op. 3 No. 10
1066 May 1724–End 1725 Orchestral Suite No. 1 C major 2Ob Bas Str Bc VII/1: 3 Ouverture Courante 2Gavotte Forlane 2Minuet 2Bourrée 2Passepied
1067 1738–1739 Orchestral Suite No. 2 B minor Fl Str Bc VII/1: 27 Ouverture Rondeau Sarabande 2Bourrée 2Polonaise Minuet Badinerie
1068 c.1730 Orchestral Suite No. 3 D major 3Tr Tmp 2Ob (Vl) Str Bc VII/1: 49,
119
Ouverture Air 2Gavotte Bourrée Gigue
1069 before late 1727 Orchestral Suite No. 4 D major 3Tr Tmp 2Ob Bas Str Bc VII/1: 79 Ouverture 2Bourrée Gavotte 2Minuet Réjouissance; /1 → BWV 110/1
1071




see BWV 1046a
12. Canons (see also: List of canons by Johann Sebastian Bach)
1072 Canon trias harmonica a 8 D major 8V VIII/l: 3, 6 [33][58]
1073 1713-08-02 Canon â 4. Voc: perpetuus A minor 4V VIII/l: 3 in US-CAh bMS Eng 870 (35b)[59][60][61][62][63]
1074 1727 Canon a 4 (for Ludwig Friedrich Hudemann [de]) A minor 4V VIII/l: 3 [64][65]
[33][61][66][67][68][69]
1075 1734-01-10 Canon a 2. perpetuus D major 2V VIII/l: 3 [61]
1076 1746 Canon triplex a 6 G major 6V VIII/l: 3 after BWV 1087/13
[47][70][71][72]
[33][73][74][75][76][77]
1077 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[51][61][77][78]
1078 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 VIII/l: 4 in SBB P 611[61][79][80]
1086 1750? Canon Concordia discors D major 2V VIII/l: 4
III/1: VIII
in SLB Dresden R 291s[33][81][82][83][84]
1087 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
[47][85][86][87][88][89]
13. Musical Offering, Art of the Fugue (see also: List of late contrapuntal works by Johann Sebastian Bach)
1079 1747-07-07 Musical Offering Kb Fl 2Vl Bc VIII/1: 46 [90]
1080 1742–1750 The Art of Fugue 2Kb (etc.?) VIII/2: 3 in SBB P 200[91]
Later Later additions to the main catalogue (above BWV 1128: BWV3)
1127 1713-10-30 Aria "Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn" s Str Bc Sppl: 237 text by Mylius, J. A.
1128 1725-08-27 Chorale fantasia Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält Organ was BWV Anh. 71[92]
1135 1724-03-25 Cantata Siehe, eine Jungfrau ist schwanger (25 March: Annunciation) was BWV Anh. 199; text extant[93][94][95]
1136 1708–1717?
1725-09-09?
1727-02-06
Cantata Liebster Gott, vergißt du mich (1711: libretto for Trin. VII; 1725: Trin. XV?; 1727, with BWV 157.1: funeral in Pomßen) was BWV Anh. 209; text by Lehms[96][97]
1137 1729-10-23? Cantata (sketch: Gott, du Richter der Gedanken for Trinity XIX by Picander?) SATB Vl Str Bc III/1 was BWV Anh. 2; in SBB P 36: 18[98]
1138.1 1709-02-04 Cantata for Ratswahl in Mühlhausen No. 2 was BWV Anh. 192[99]
1138.2 1710-02-04 Cantata for Ratswahl in Mühlhausen No. 3 lost
1139.1 1725-08-27 Cantata Wünschet Jerusalem Glück (council election) was BWV Anh. 4; text by Picander; → BWV 1139.2[41][100]
1139.2 1730-06-27 Cantata Wünschet Jerusalem Glück (200th anniversary of the Augsburg Confession) was BWV Anh. 4a; text by Picander; after BWV 1139.1[101]
1140 1730-08-25 Cantata Gott, gib dein Gerichte dem Könige (council election) I/32.2 was BWV Anh. 3; text by Picander[101][100]
1141 1740-08-29 Cantata Herrscher des Himmels, König der Ehren (council election) I/32.2 was BWV Anh. 193; text extant; last mvt. → BWV 208/15
[102][103][104]
1142 1716-04-02 Cantata Was ist, das wir Leben nennen (funeral service for Johann Ernst of S.-W.) text extant
1143 1729-03-24 Cantata Klagt, Kinder, klagt es aller Welt (funeral of Leopold of Anhalt-Köthen; music lost but partially reconstructible) I/34 was BWV 244a; text by Picander; ↔ BWV 198/1, /10, 244b/6, /8, /39, /49, /57, /23, /20, /65, /13, /68
1144 1725-02-12 Cantata Sein Segen fließt daher wie ein Strom (wedding) was BWV Anh. 14; text extant[105][106]
1145 1729-01-18 Cantata Der Herr ist freundlich dem, der auf ihn harret (wedding) was BWV Anh. 211; text by Picander[107][108]
1146 1729-07-26 Cantata Vergnügende Flammen, verdoppelt die Macht (wedding) was BWV Anh. 212; text by Picander[109][110][108]
1147 1718-12-10 Cantata Lobet den Herrn, alle seine Heerscharen (birthday of Leopold of A.-K.) I/34 was BWV Anh. 5; text by Hunold[111]
1148 1724-04-27 Cantata Siehe, der Hüter Israel (doctorate) SATB 3Tr Tmp 2Ob 3Vl Va Bc I/34 was BWV Anh. 15; lost[112][113]
1150 1721-01-01?
1722-01-01?
Cantata Ihr wallenden Wolken (New Year) b 2Fl Str Vc Hc Bc I/4 was BWV Anh. 197; lost[114][115]
1151 1720-01-01 Secular cantata Dich loben die lieblichen Strahlen der Sonne (New Year) I/35 was BWV Anh. 6; text by Hunold[116][117]
1152 1723-01-01 Secular cantata for New Year (congratulation of Leopold of Anhalt-Köthen and his wife Frederica Henriette) I/35 was BWV Anh. 8; lost[118]
1153 1720-12-10 Secular cantata Heut ist gewiß ein guter Tag (birthday of Leopold of Anhalt-Köthen) I/35 was BWV Anh. 7; text by Hunold[119][120]
1154 1722-07-29 Cantata O vergnügte Stunden (birthday of John Augustus of Anhalt-Zerbst) was BWV Anh. 194; text extant[121][122]
1155 1723-08-09 Ode in Latin (birthday of Frederick II of Saxe-Gotha) I/38 was BWV Anh. 20; lost[123][124]
1156 1727-05-12 Secular cantata Entfernet euch, ihr heitern Sterne (57th birthday of Augustus II) I/36 was BWV Anh. 9; text by Haupt, C. F.; /1 → BWV 232II/6?[125][126][127]
1157 1732-08-03 Secular cantata Es lebe der König, der Vater im Lande (name day of Augustus II) I/36 was BWV Anh. 11; text by Picander; /1 & /11 → BWV 215/1 → 232IV/1=/3; /7 → 248/39?; /9 → 212/14[100][109][128]
1158 1733-08-03 Secular cantata Frohes Volk, vergnügte Sachsen (name day of Augustus III) I/36 was BWV Anh. 12; text by Picander; after BWV Anh. 18; /1 → BWV 11/1[100][109][129]
1159 1739-10-07 Secular cantata "Serenade" (birthday of Augustus III) lost
1160 1731-08-25 Secular cantata So kämpfet nur, ihr muntern Töne (birthday of Joachim Friedrich von Flemming [de]) I/39 was BWV Anh. 10; text by Picander; /1 → BWV 248VIa/1?[109][130]
1161 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 was BWV Anh. 13; text by Gottsched, J. C. in Riemersche Chronik
[100][131][132][133]
1162 1732-06-05 Secular cantata Froher Tag, verlangte Stunden (inauguration of St. Thomas school after renovation) I/39 was BWV Anh. 18; text by Winckler; /1 → BWV 11/1; /1 /3 /5 /6 /8 /10 → BWV Anh. 12[134][135][136]
1163 1725-11-27 Secular cantata Auf, süß entzückende Gewalt (wedding of Peter, eldest son of Peter Hohmann, and Christiana Sibylla Mencke) I/40 was BWV Anh. 196; text by Gottsched, C.; /3 → BWV 11/4 → 232IV/4; /5 → BWV 11/8[137][138][139][140]
R Reconstructions
1052R 1970 Concerto D minor Vl Str Bc VII/7: 3 by Fischer; after BWV 1052[141]
1055R 1970 Concerto A major Oba Str Bc VII/7: 33 by Fischer; after BWV 1055[141]
1056R 1970 Concerto G minor Vl Str Bc VII/7: 59 by Fischer; after BWV 1056[141]
1060R 1970 Concerto C minor Vl Ob Str Bc VII/7: 75 by Fischer; after BWV 1060[141]
1064R 1970 Concerto D major 3Vl Str Bc VII/7: 103 by Fischer; after BWV 1064[141]
Anh. I Fragments – lost works
I 1 1725-07-15? Cantata Gesegnet ist die Zuversicht (Trinity VII) SATB 2Fl Str Bc by Telemann (TWV 1:617)?; text by Neumeister?[142][143][144]
I 2




see BWV 1137
I 3




see BWV 1140
I 4




see BWV 1139.1
I 4a




see BWV 1139.2
I 5




see BWV 1147
I 6




see BWV 1151
I 7




see BWV 1153
I 8




see BWV 1152
I 9




see BWV 1156
I 10




see BWV 1160
I 11




see BWV 1157
I 12




see BWV 1158
I 13




see BWV 1161
I 14




see BWV 1144
I 15




see BWV 1148
I 16 1735-11-09 Cantata Schließt die Gruft, ihr Trauerglocken (mourning of Hedwig of Merseburg) by Roemhildt; text by Hoffmann, B.[145][146][147][148]
I 17 Cantata Mein Gott, nimm die gerechte Seele (funeral) SATB 2Oba Str Bas Bc I/33 [149]
I 18




see BWV 1162
I 19 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?[150][151]
I 20




see BWV 1155
N 190 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[152]
N 191 1715-05-19 Cantata Leb ich oder leb ich nicht (Cantate) text by Franck, S.[153][154]
N 192




see BWV 1138.1
N 193




see BWV 1141
N 194




see BWV 1154
N 195 1723-06-09 Secular cantata Murmelt nur, ihr heitern Bäche (celebration of Johann Florenz Rivinus [de]) text in Acta Lipsiensium Academica (1723)[155]
N 196




see BWV 1163
N 197




see BWV 1150
N 198




see BWV 149/1a
N 199




see BWV 1135
N 200 c.1713–1715 Chorale prelude O Traurigkeit, o Herzeleid (unused sketch for Orgelbüchlein) Organ IV/1: 46 in SBB P 283[51]
N 209




see BWV 1136
N 210 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?[156][157][158]
N 211




see BWV 1145
N 212




see BWV 1146
N 213 Concerto F major Org by Telemann; arr. by Bach
223 1717–1718? Cantata Meine Seele soll Gott loben B major I/34 by Handel?[159]
224 1732 Aria "Reißt euch los, bekränkte Sinnen" (fragment) S I/41 by Bach, C. P. E.?; in SBB P 491[160]
Anh. II Works of doubtful authenticity
53 Aria "Schlage doch, gewünschte Stunde" E major a Bel Str Bc I/41 by Hoffman, M.?[161][162]
142 Cantata Uns ist ein Kind geboren (Christmas) A minor atbSATB 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/41 text by Neumeister (reworked)[163]
189 Cantata Meine Seele rühmt und preist (German Magnificat) B major t Fl Ob Vl Bc I/41 by Hoffman, M.?[164][165]
217 Cantata Gedenke, Herr, wie es uns gehet (Epiphany I) satbSATB Fl Str Bc I/41 by Altnickol?[166]
220 Cantata Lobt ihn mit Herz und Munde (24 June: feast of John the Baptist) atbSATB Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/41 [167]
221 Cantata Wer sucht die Pracht, wer wünscht den Glanz tb 2Vl Bas Vc Org I/41 in SBB P 191: 83–113[168]
III 159 1712–1713 or earlier Motet Ich lasse dich nicht, du segnest mich denn 2SATB III/3 by Bach, J. Christoph?; in SBB P 4/1[17][169]
II 25 1740–1742
(JSB)
Kyrie–Gloria Mass C major SATB 2Tr 2Vl Org II/9 by Bach, J. L.?[166]
239 1738–1741
(JSB)
Sanctus D minor SATB Str Bc II/9 in SBB P 13 No. 3, BKraków St 113[170]
II 28 Sanctus B major SATB 2Ob 2Cor Str Bc II/9 [171]
II 29 c.1714–17 Kyrie–Gloria Mass (only cello part extant) C minor II/9 in BKraków St 547
III 167 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[77][172]
II 30 1690s (Tor.)
c.1742
(JSB)
Magnificat C major 2SATB 3Tr Tmp 2Vl 2Vla Bc II/9 by Torri; Tr3 and Tmp added by Bach[173][174]
246 1730-04-07 (JSB) Passion St Luke Passion ssatbSATB 2Fl 2Ob Tai Bas Str Bc II/9: 65 BWV 246/40a; in SBB P 1017[175]
II 31 Chorale Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir SATB 2Tr 3Ob Str Bc in SBB P 101[176]
N 201 Chorale Du Friedefürst, Herr Jesu Christ SATB by Vetter, D.[177]
N 202 Chorale Gott hat das Evangelium SATB by Vetter, D.[177]
N 203 Chorale Ich hebe meine Augen auf SATB by Vetter, D.[177]
N 204 Chorale O Traurigkeit, o Herzeleid SATB by Vetter, D.[177]
II 32 1704 Sieben geistliche Oden und ein Gedicht No. 1 "Getrost mein Geist, wenn Wind und Wetter krachen" Voice Bc in Deutsche Übersetzungen und Gedichte[178][179]
II 33 1704 Sieben geistliche Oden und ein Gedicht No. 2 "Mein Jesus, spare nicht" Voice Bc in Deutsche Übersetzungen und Gedichte[178][179]
II 34 1704 Sieben geistliche Oden und ein Gedicht No. 3 "Kann ich mit einem Tone" Voice Bc in Deutsche Übersetzungen und Gedichte[178][179]
II 35 1704 Sieben geistliche Oden und ein Gedicht No. 4 "Meine Seele lass die Flügel" Voice Bc in Deutsche Übersetzungen und Gedichte[178][179]
II 36 1704 Sieben geistliche Oden und ein Gedicht No. 5 "Ich stimm' itzund ein Straff-Lied an" Voice Bc in Deutsche Übersetzungen und Gedichte[178][179]
II 37 1704 Sieben geistliche Oden und ein Gedicht No. 6 "Der schwarze Flügel trüber Nacht" Voice Bc in Deutsche Übersetzungen und Gedichte[178][179]
II 38 1704 Sieben geistliche Oden und ein Gedicht No. 7 "Das Finsterniß tritt ein" Voice Bc in Deutsche Übersetzungen und Gedichte[178][179]
II 39 1704 Sieben geistliche Oden und ein Gedicht No. 8 "Ach was wollt ihr trüben Sinnen" Voice Bc in Deutsche Übersetzungen und Gedichte[178][179]
II 40 1736 Song "Ich bin nun wie ich bin" Voice Kb in Singende Muse an der Pleiße[180][181]
II 41 1736 Song "Dir zu Liebe, wertes Herze" Voice Kb in Singende Muse an der Pleiße[180][181]
571 c. 1704 Fantasia, a.k.a. Concerto G major Organ IV/11: 35 [182]
580 Fugue D major Organ [183]
II 42 Fugue F major Organ in SBB P 817: 1–3
576 Fugue G major Organ IV/11 [184]
577 Fugue G major Organ IV/11: 44 [185]
581 Fugue G major Organ IV/11 in MB Lpz Poel mus. ms. 18[186]
131a Fugue G minor Organ IV/11: 3 after BWV 131/5[187]
536a c.1760–1789? Prelude and Fugue (incomplete) A major Organ IV/6: 114 after BWV 536, 152/1; arr. by Scholz?[188]
545b 1708–1717 Prelude, Trio and Fugue B major Organ IV/11: 6 after BWV 545a, 1029/3; → 545[189][190]
553 Eight Short Preludes and Fugues No. 1 C major Organ IV/11 by Krebs, J. T. or J. L.?[191][192][193]
554 Eight Short Preludes and Fugues No. 2 D minor Organ IV/11 by Krebs, J. T. or J. L.?[191][192][193]
555 Eight Short Preludes and Fugues No. 3 E minor Organ IV/11 by Krebs, J. T. or J. L.?[191][192][193]
556 Eight Short Preludes and Fugues No. 4 F major Organ IV/11 by Krebs, J. T. or J. L.?[191][192][193]
557 Eight Short Preludes and Fugues No. 5 G major Organ IV/11 by Krebs, J. T. or J. L.?[191][192][193]
558 Eight Short Preludes and Fugues No. 6 G minor Organ IV/11 by Krebs, J. T. or J. L.?[191][192][193]
559 Eight Short Preludes and Fugues No. 7 A minor Organ IV/11 by Krebs, J. T. or J. L.?[191][192][193]
560 Eight Short Preludes and Fugues No. 8 B major Organ IV/11 by Krebs, J. T. or J. L.?[191][192][193]
561 Fantasia and Fugue A minor Organ
584 1801–1842? (arr.) Trio G minor Organ I/12: 23
IV/11
after BWV 166/2[194][195]
1027
/1a /2a
/4a
Trio G major Organ IV/11 after BWV 1027 / 1039, mvt. 1, 2, 4; arr. by Kellner, J. P.?
591 Kleines harmonisches Labyrinth Organ IV/11: 50 by Heinichen?[196][197]
597 Concerto for solo organ E major Organ IV/11 after unknown model?[198]
598 Pedal-Exercitium (fragment) Organ by Bach, C. P. E.?; in SBB P 491
676a 1739–1789 Chorale prelude Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr (later variant) Organ IV/4: KB 48 after BWV 676[199]
683a 1739–1789 Chorale prelude Vater unser im Himmelreich (later variant) Organ IV/4: KB 51 after BWV 683[199]
N 205




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




see BWV 1128
II 72 Chorale setting Christus der uns selig macht (Canon) Organ
II 74 Chorale prelude Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele Organ in SBB P 1115
II 75 chorale with figured bass Herr Christ, der einig Gottes Sohn Organ in MB Lpz Poel mus. Ms. 39, Go. S. 25
II 76 chorale with figured bass Jesu, meine Freude Organ in SBB P 1160, P 312
II 77 Chorale variations Herr Christ, der einig Gottes Sohn Organ in SBB P 801, P 826
II 78 Chorale variations Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein Organ in SBB P 285, Hss JSBI Göttingen
II 79 Chorale variations Befiehl du deine Wege Organ in Go. S. 305
691a 1720–1789 Chorale prelude Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten (variant) Organ after BWV 691; in SBB P 285
N 206 Chorale prelude Ach bleib mit deiner Gnade / Christus, der ist mein Leben Organ by Pachelbel?[200]
II 80 Suite F major Keyboard in US-STu MLM 23[201]
821 Suite B major Keyboard V/12: 3 [202]
834 Allemande C minor Keyboard V/12 [203]
839 before 1735 Sarabande from Notenbuch der Zeumerin G minor Keyboard V/12 in JP 1909: 71[204]
844 Toccatina No. 4 Scherzo D minor Keyboard V/12: 16 after BWV 844a; in Yale LM 4813b[205]
844a Scherzo E minor Keyboard V/12: 22 by Bach, W. F.? (BR A55)[205]
845 Gigue F minor Keyboard [203]
II 81 Gigue (incomplete) D minor Keyboard in SBB P 804
II 82 Ciacona B major Keyboard V/12 by Bach, J. B.?
II 83 Ciacona A major Keyboard in SBB P 222
II 84 Ciacona G major Keyboard in SBB P 222
II 85 Toccata and Fugue F minor Keyboard by Dobenecker?[206]
898 Prelude and Fugue on B-A-C-H B major Keyboard V/12
II 86 Fantasia C minor Keyboard
II 87 Fantasia C major Keyboard in SBB Mus. ms. 30289 No. 11
905 Fantasia and Fugue D minor Keyboard V/12: 24 [207]
907 Fantasia and Fughetta B♭ major Keyboard V/12: 28 by Kirnberger? Kirchhoff [de]?[208]
908 Fantasia and Fughetta D major Keyboard V/12: 34 by Kirnberger? Kirchhoff [de]?[208]
909 Concerto e Fuga C minor Keyboard V/12: 38
919 Fantasia C minor Keyboard by Bach, J. B.?[209]
920 Fantasia G minor Keyboard [207]
923a Toccatina No. 3 Prelude A minor Keyboard V/12: 14 after BWV 923; in Yale LM 4813b[210]
II 89 Fugue C major Keyboard
II 90 Fugue C major Kb (with ped?)
II 91 Fugue G major Keyboard
II 92 Fugue G major Keyboard
II 93 Fugue E minor Keyboard
II 95 Fugue E minor Keyboard V/12 in SBB P 526
II 96 Fugue D major Keyboard V/12 by Bach, C. P. E.? (H 373.5); in SBB P 207, P 753
II 98 Fugue D minor Keyboard
II 99 Fugue D minor Keyboard
II 100 Fugue D minor Keyboard
II 101 Fugue G minor Keyboard V/12: 130 by Dobenecker?
II 102 Fugue E minor Keyboard
897/2 Fugue A minor Keyboard V/12 by Dretzel?
945 Fugue E minor Keyboard V/12 [211]
956 Fugue E minor Keyboard V/12: 70
958 Fugue A minor Keyboard V/12: 74
960 Fugue (unfinished) E minor Keyboard V/12 [212]
N 207 Fugue E minor
(E minor)
Keyboard by Kellner, J. P.?; in SBB Mus. ms. 30444 No. 24[213]
II 109 Fugue on B-A-C-H Keyboard in SBB Mus. ms. 30376 No. 17
964 Sonata for keyboard D minor Keyboard V/12: 78 after BWV 1003; in SBB P 218[214]
II 111 Largo and Allegro G major Keyboard
968 Adagio G major Keyboard V/12: 94 after BWV 1005/1; in SBB P 218[214]
969 Toccatina No. 5 Andante G minor Keyboard V/12: 18 [215]
II 113 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 3 Minuet F major Keyboard V/4: 82
II 116 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 7 Minuet G major Keyboard V/4: 82
II 117 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 8a Polonaise and No. 8b Polonaise F major Keyboard V/4: 82
II 118 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 9 Minuet B major Keyboard V/4: 82
II 119 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 10 Polonaise G minor Keyboard V/4: 82
II 120 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 14 Minuet A minor Keyboard V/4: 82
II 121 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 15 Minuet C minor Keyboard V/4: 82
II 126 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 22 Musette D major Keyboard V/4: 82
II 127 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 23 March E major Keyboard V/4: 82
II 128 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 24 (Polonaise) D minor Keyboard V/4: 82
II 132 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 36 Minuet D minor Keyboard V/4: 82
II 151 Concerto C major Keyboard
II 152 Concerto G major Keyboard
990 Sarabanda con Partitis C major Keyboard V/12: 97 [216]
II 153 Sonata A major Vl Kb in SBB P 804: 313–320
II 154 Sonata E major Vl Kb in SBB St 343[217]
1020 Sonata G minor Vl (or) Fl Kb by Bach, C. P. E.? (H 542.5)[218]
1022 Sonata F major Vl Kb by Bach, C. P. E.?; after BWV 1021 (bass part); other version: BWV 1038; MB Lpz Ms. 10[219]
1024 Sonata C minor Vl Bc [38][220][221][222]
1031 Sonata for flute and harpsichord E major Fl Kb VI/5: 13 [223]
1033 Sonata for flute and continuo C major Fl Bc VI/5: 3 [224]
1038 1732–1735 Sonata G major Fl Vl Bc VI/5: 45 after BWV 1021 (bass part); other version: BWV 1022[219]
525a Concerto (Triosonata) C major Vl Vc Bc after BWV 525/1, 1032/2, 525/3; in SBB St 345[225]
II 155 Concerto A major Kb Str Bc in SBB St 472
I 22 Concerto B major Ob Vl Str Bc by Förster (C.?)?[226]
1070 Orchestral Suite (No. 5) G minor Str Bc VII/l by Bach, W. F.?[227][228]
Anh. III Works of other composers, spuriously attributed to Bach
III 156 Cantata Herr Christ, der einge Gottes Sohn (Annunciation) by Telemann (TWV 1:732)[229]
III 157 Cantata Ich habe Lust zu scheiden (Purification) by Telemann (TWV 1:836)[230]
15 1726-04-21
(JSB)
Cantata Denn du wirst meine Seele nicht in der Hölle lassen (Easter) satbSATB 3Tr Tmp Str Bc I/41 by Bach, J. L. (JLB 21)[231]
141 Cantata Das ist je gewißlich wahr (3rd Sunday of Advent) atbSATB 2Ob Str Bc I/41 by Telemann (TWV 1:183); text by Helbig[232]
145/b Cantata movement So du mit deinem Munde bekennest Jesum (Easter) SATB Tr Str Bc I/10: 142 by Telemann (TWV 1:1350/1); → BWV 145/2[233]
160 1725–1732? Cantata Ich weiß, daß mein Erlöser lebt (Easter) C major t Vl Bas Bc I/41 by Telemann (TWV 1:877); text by Neumeister[234]
218 Cantata Gott der Hoffnung erfülle euch (Pentecost) by Telemann (TWV 1:634)[235]
219 Cantata Siehe, es hat überwunden der Löwe (29 September: Michaelmas) sabSATB 2Tr Str Bc by Telemann (TWV 1:1328)[236]
222 Cantata Mein Odem ist schwach by Bach, J. Ernst (see also BWV Anh. 165)[237]
III 158 Aria "Andrò dall'colle al Prato" by Bach, J. C.[238]
III 160 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[239]
III 161 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
III 162 Motet Lob und Ehre und Weisheit und Dank 2SATB III/3 by Wagner, G. G.[240]
III 163 Motet Merk auf, mein Herz, und sieh dorthin 2SATB III/3 by Bach, J. B. or J. Ernst[241]
III 164 Motet Nun danket alle Gott SSATB III/3: 52 by Altnickol[242]
III 165
222/3
/4 /6
Motet Unser Wandel ist im Himmel SATB III/3 by Bach, J. Ernst[243]
III 166 1716 (JLB)
1729 (JSB)
Kyrie–Gloria Mass Missa sopra cantilena "Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr" E minor SSATB 2Vl 2Vla Vc Bc II/9 by Bach, J. L. (JLB 38), start of Gloria arr. by Bach[244]
II 24 1715–1724 Kyrie–Gloria Mass A minor by Pez, J. C.[245]
II 26 1727–1732 (JSB) Kyrie–Gloria Mass [scores] C minor satbSATB 3Tro 2Vl Bc II/2: 295 by Durante (alternative Christe: BWV 242)[246]
II 27 Sanctus F major by Krebs, J. L.[247]
III 168 Kyrie and German Gloria G minor s SATB Str Bc II/9 by Bach, W. F. (BR E1 F 100)
I 21 Magnificat Meine Seel erhebt den Herren A minor s Fl 2Vl Bc II/9 by Hoffmann, M.[248]
III 169 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[249]
8/6 1713 (Vet.)
1724-09-24
(JSB)
Chorale Herrscher über Tod und Leben (closing chorale of BWV 8) SATB I/23: 161, 251 by Vetter, D.[250][251]
III 170
27/6
1652 (Ros.)
1726-10-06
(JSB)
Chorale Welt, ade, ich bin dein müde SSATB Hn 2Ob Str Bc I/23: 221 by Rosenmüller; → BWV 27/6[251]
43/11 1726-05-30 (JSB) Chorale Du lebensfürst, Herr Jesu Christ G major SATB I/12: 164 by Peter, C.; → BWV 43/11[252]
567 Prelude C major Organ by Krebs, J. L.[247]
III 178 Toccata quasi Fantasia con Fuga A major Organ by Purcell? Rossi, M.?[253]
II 43 Fugue B minor Organ by Bach, C. P. E.[254]
II 44 Fugue G major Organ by Kellner, J. P. or J. C.[255]
II 45 Fugue on B-A-C-H B major Organ by Knecht[256]
II 88 Fugue C major Org / Kb by Kellner, J. C.[257]
II 97 Fugue F major Organ by Krebs, J. L.[258]
II 103 Fugue Org / Kb by Handel (HWV 609)
II 104 Fugue Org / Kb by Handel (HWV 610)
II 105 Fugue Org / Kb by Handel (HWV 607)
II 106 Fugue Org / Kb by Handel (HWV 605)
N 208 Fugue E minor
(E minor)
Organ by Eberlin[259]
II 46 Trio C minor Organ by Krebs, J. T.[260]
692 Chorale prelude Ach Gott und Herr (Kirnb. coll. No. 3) Organ by Walther[261]
692a Chorale prelude Ach Gott und Herr Organ by Walther[262]
693 Chorale prelude Ach Gott und Herr (Kirnb. coll. No. 4) Organ by Walther[261]
746 1715 Chorale prelude Christ ist erstanden Organ by Fischer
748 1700–1739 Chorale prelude Gott der Vater wohn uns bei Organ by Walther; → BWV 748a
748a 1700–1789 Chorale prelude Gott der Vater wohn uns bei (variant) Organ by Scholz (arr.)?; after BWV 748
751 Chorale prelude In dulci jubilo (also in Neumeister Collection) Organ by Bach, J. Michael[263]
759 Chorale prelude Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele Organ by Homilius; in SBB P 1115[213]
760 Chorale prelude Vater unser im Himmelreich Organ by Böhm[264]
761 Chorale prelude Vater unser im Himmelreich Organ by Böhm[265]
1096 Chorale prelude Christe, der du bist Tag und Licht (or) Wir danken dir, Herr Jesu Christ (3 versions; Neumeister Chorales No. 8) Organ IV/9: 16, 76 by Pachelbel?[266]
771 Chorale variations Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr Organ IV/11 by Vetter, A. N.[267]
II 47 Chorale prelude Ach Herr, mich armen Sünder Organ by Kellner, J. P.[255]
II 56 Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend Organ by Telemann (TWV 31:8)[268]
II 57 Chorale prelude Jesu, Leiden, Pein und Tod Organ by Vogler[269]
II 61 Chorale prelude O Mensch, bewein dein Sünde groß Organ by Pachelbel[270]
II 73 1720–1788 Chorale prelude Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ Organ by Bach, C. P. E.; after BWV 639[271]
III 171 Chorale prelude Christ lag in Todesbanden Organ by Pachelbel[272]
III 172 Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend Organ by Krebs, J. L.[273]
824 1720 (WFB) Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 47: Suite A major Keyboard V/5: 78 by Telemann (TWV 32:14)[18][19][20]
835 Allemande A minor Keyboard by Kirnberger[274]
838 Allemande and Courante A major Keyboard by Graupner[274]
840 Courante G major Keyboard by Telemann (TWV 32:13)
897/1 Prelude A minor Keyboard V/12 by Dretzel[275]
962 Fugue E minor Keyboard V/12 by Albrechtsberger[276]
970 Toccatina No. 6 Presto D minor Keyboard by Bach, W. F. (BR A49 F 25/2)
II 94 Fugue E minor Keyboard by Kirnberger[257]
II 107 Fugue on B-A-C-H (1/3) Keyboard by Sorge?[277]
II 108 Fugue on B-A-C-H (2/3) Keyboard by Sorge?[277]
II 110 Fugue on B-A-C-H (3/3) Keyboard by Sorge?[277]
II 112 Grave E minor Keyboard by Kirnberger[257]
II 114 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 4 Minuet G major Keyboard V/4: 83 by Petzold[278]
II 115 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 5 Minuet G minor Keyboard V/4: 84 by Petzold[278]
II 122 1725 (CPE) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 16 March D major Keyboard V/4: 94 by Bach, C. P. E. (H 1/1)[279]
II 123 1725 (CPE) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 17 Polonaise G minor Keyboard V/4: 95 by Bach, C. P. E. (H 1/2)[279]
II 124 1725 (CPE) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 18 March G major Keyboard V/4: 96 by Bach, C. P. E. (H 1/3)[279]
II 125 1725 (CPE) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 19 Polonaise G minor Keyboard V/4: 97 by Bach, C. P. E. (H 1/4)[279]
II 129 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 27 Solo per il cembalo E major Keyboard V/4: 104 by Bach, C. P. E. (H 16)[280]
II 130 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 28 Polonaise G major Keyboard V/4: 106 by Hasse[281]
II 131 c.1745? Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 32 F major Keyboard V/4: 121 by Bach, J. C. (W A22)[282]
II 133 Musical clock, No. 1 Fantasia Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 134 Musical clock, No. 2 Scherzo Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 135 Musical clock, No. 3 Burlesca Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 136 Musical clock, No. 4 Trio Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 137 Musical clock, No. 5 L'Intrada della Caccia Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 138 Musical clock, No. 6 Continuazione della Caccia Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 139 Musical clock, No. 7 Il Fine delle Caccia I Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 140 Musical clock, No. 8 Il Fine delle Caccia II Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 141 Musical clock, No. 9 Song of Psalm "O Gott die Christenhalt" Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 142 Musical clock, No. 10 Psalm 110 Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 143 Musical clock, No. 11 Polonaise Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 144 Musical clock, No. 12 Polonaise Trio Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 145 Musical clock, No. 13 March Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 146 Musical clock, No. 14 March Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 147 Musical clock, No. 15 La Combattuta Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 148 Musical clock, No. 16 Scherzo Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 149 Musical clock, No. 17 Minuet Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
II 150 Musical clock, No. 18 Trio Musical clock by Bach, W. F.[283]
III 177 Prelude and Fugue E major Keyboard by Bach, J. Christoph?[284]
III 179 Fantasia durch alle Tonarten gehend Keyboard by Heinichen[285]
III 180 Fugue D minor Keyboard by Kellner, J. P.[213]
III 181 Fugue A minor Keyboard by Krebs, J. L.[286]
III 182 Passacaglia D minor Keyboard by Witt[287]
III 183 1725 (AMB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 6 Rondeau B major Keyboard V/4: 85 by Couperin, F. (6e Ordre: Les Bergeries)[288]
1036 Trio D minor Vl1 (Vl2&Bc) or (Kb) by Bach, C. P. E. (H 569; Wq 145)[289]
1037 Sonata C major 2Vl Bc by Goldberg[290]
III 173 Invention Vl Kb by Bonporti[291]
III 174 Invention Vl Kb by Bonporti[291]
III 175 Invention Vl Kb by Bonporti[291]
III 176 Invention Vl Kb by Bonporti[291]
III 184 Sonata A minor Vl Bc by Zuccari[292]
III 185 Sonata D major 2Vl Bc by Bach, C. P. E. (H 507, 114; Wq 74, 117, 36)
III 186 Trio Sonata [scores] F major 2Vl Bc VI/5 by Bach, C. P. E. (H 576; Wq 154)
III 187 Trio F major Flb Ba Vne by Bach, C. P. E. (H 587; Wq 159)
III 188 Sonata (Concerto) F major 2Hc by Bach, W. F. (BR A12 F 10)[293]
I 23 c.1710 Concerto E minor Bc by Albinoni (Op. 2 No. 2)[294]
III 189 Concerto A minor Kb Str Bc by Bach, C. P. E. (H 403; Wq 1)[295]
Anh. N New additions to the Anhang

655b 1708–1789 Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend (alternative version "a" in BGA) Organ after BWV 655(a); ↔ 655c
655c 1708–1789 Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend (alternative version "b" in BGA) Organ after BWV 655(a); ↔ 655b
deest 1723–1750?
(JSB?)
Motet Der Gerechte kömmt um (Wer ist der, so von Edom kömmt/39; funer. motet?) E minor SSATB 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/41: 127 by Kuhnau? (Tristis est...); arr. by Bach?
deest 1717-03-28? Passion Weimarer Passion ?stbSATB 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc BWV 23/4 (and 55/3; 244/29; 245a–c; 283?)
deest 1707 (Kei)
before 1713
(JSB)
Passion Jesus Christus ist um unsrer Missetat willen verwundet (St Mark Passion pastiche, Weimar version) SATB 2Vl 2Va Hc II/9: 69 Pasticcio (Keiser G.?, Bach)
deest 1726-04-19
(JSB)
Passion Jesus Christus ist um unsrer Missetat willen verwundet (St Mark Passion pastiche, 1st Leipzig version) SATB 2Vl 2Va Org II/9 Pasticcio after BC D 5a (Keiser G.?, Bach) adding BWV 500a and 1084)
deest c.1750? Passion Wer ist der, so von Edom kömmt D minor satbSSATB 2Fl 2Ob Str Bc I/41: 95 Pasticcio (Graun, C. H.; Telemann; Bach; ...)
1725 (JSB) Notebook A. M. Bach (1725) No. 21 Menuet fait par Mons. Böhm G major Keyboard V/4: 82 by Böhm
1709 (Bas.)
c.1738
(JSB)
6 Masses without Benedictus and Agnus Dei from Acroama missale [scores] 2SATB 3Tbn Str Bc by Bassani; copied by Bach (BNB I/B/48), later adding BWV 1081[296]
1740–1742 (JSB) Magnificat C major SATB 4Tbn Tmp Bc by Caldara; → BWV 1082; in DBB 2755/1
deest before 1719
(Han.)
1743–1748
(JSB)
Passion Jesus Christus ist um unsrer Missetat willen verwundet (St Mark Passion pastiche, 2nd Leipzig version) stSATB 2Ob 2Bas 2Vl 2Va Vc Vne Hc II/9 Pasticcio after BC D 5b (Keiser G.?, Bach) and HWV 48/9 /23 /41 /44 /47 /52 /55 (Handel)
deest 1591 (Pal.)
c.1742
(JSB)
Kyrie–Gloria Mass arranged from Missa sine nomine a 6 E minor SSATTB 2Co 4Tro Vne Hc Org II/9: 13 by Palestrina after anon. motet Beata Dei genetrix; arr. by Bach
1720-01-22 Klavierbüchlein WFB, p. 3a: Claves signatae (introduction on clefs) V/5 [18][19][20]
1720-01-22 Klavierbüchlein WFB, p. 3b: Explication... (introduction on ornaments) V/5 [18][19][20]
1720 (WFB) Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 25: Pièce pour le Clavecin Keyboard V/5: 40 by Richter, J. C. [de][18][19][20]
deest 1720 (anon) Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 30: Bass sketch G minor V/5: 45 by (anonymous)[18][19][20]
1720 (WFB) Klavierbüchlein WFB No. 48a–d: Partita Keyboard V/5: 82 by Stölzel[18][19][20]
LEGEND TO THE TABLE Column 6: scoring
Voices (see also SATB)
a A b B s S t T v V
alto (solo part) alto (choir part) bass (solo part) bass (choir part) soprano (solo part) soprano (choir part) tenor (solo part) tenor (choir part) voice (includes parts for unspecified voices or instruments as in some canons) vocal music for unspecified voice type
Winds and battery (bold = soloist)
Bas Bel Cnt Fl Hn Ob Oba Odc Tai Tbn Tdt Tmp Tr
bassoon (can be part of Bc, see below) bell(s) (musical bells) cornett, cornettino flute (traverso, flauto dolce, piccolo) natural horn, corno da caccia, corno da tirarsi, lituo oboe oboe d'amore oboe da caccia taille trombone tromba da tirarsi timpani tromba (natural trumpet, clarino trumpet)
Strings and keyboard (bold = soloist)
Bc Hc Kb Lu Lw Org Str Va Vc Vdg Vl Vne
basso continuo: Vdg, Hc, Vc, Bas, Org, Vne and/or Lu harpsichord keyboard (Hc, Lw, Org or clavichord) lute, theorbo Lautenwerck (lute-harpsichord) organ (/man. = manualiter, without pedals) strings: Vl I, Vl II and Va viola(s), viola d'amore, violetta Violoncello(s), violoncello piccolo viola da gamba violin(s), violino piccolo violone(s), violone grosso

By genre[edit]

Cantatas (BWV 1–224)[edit]

See #BWV Chapter 1 in the table above

In the 1950 first edition of the BWV the cantatas were largely listed according to their BGA number:

Additionally Anh. I of the first edition of the BWV started with a list of some 20 lost cantatas, while Anh. III of that edition listed a few cantata (movements) by other composers (Anh. 156–158).

BWV2a added many more lost cantatas (BWV Anh. 190–199 and 209–212) and alternative versions to known works indicating (partially) lost cantatas or cantata versions, e.g. BWV 244a, the music of which was partially preserved in the St Matthew Passion, BWV 244.

Motets (BWV 225–231)[edit]

See #BWV Chapter 2 in the table above

There are over a dozen motets attributed to Bach, about half of which are authentic by all accounts:

  • BWV 225–230 are the six compositions that have always been considered motets composed by Bach
  • BWV 231 was later renumbered to BWV 28/2a, a variant of the second movement of cantata BWV 28
  • BWV 118, published as a cantata in the 19th century, was later recategorised as a motet, following Bach's designation on the score.
  • BWV Anh. 159–165 are motets with a doubtful or spurious assignation to Bach, the first of which is however most likely composed by Bach.

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

See #BWV Chapter 3 in the table above

Bach's involvement with Latin church music, as composer, arranger or copyist, includes:

  • BWV 232–242: Masses and Mass movements (Mass in B minor; Kyrie–Gloria Masses; separate Mass movements)
  • BWV 243: Magnificat
  • BWV 1081–1083: later additions to the BWV catalogue
  • BWV Anh. 24–30, 166–168: doubtful and spurious works
  • BNB I/B/48, I/C/1, I/P/2: copies and arrangements

Passions and oratorios (BWV 244–249)[edit]

See #BWV Chapter 4 in the table above

Passions and oratorios composed or contributed to by Bach include:

Four-part chorales (BWV 250–438)[edit]

See #BWV Chapter 5 in the table above

Bach's chorale settings (usually for SATB choir) are included in:

Songs and arias (BWV 439–524)[edit]

See #BWV Chapter 6 in the table above

Songs and (separate) arias by Bach are included in several collections:

Associated with the Songs and Arias group:

Works for organ (BWV 525–771)[edit]

See #BWV Chapter 7 in the table above

Bach's organ compositions include:

  • BWV 525–530: Sonatas
  • BWV 531–582: compositions of the type Prelude/Fantasia/Toccata/Adagio/Passacaglia and/or Fugue
  • BWV 583–591: various free organ compositions (Trios/Aria/Canzona/Allabreve/Pastorale/Kleines harmonisches Labyrinth )
  • BWV 592–597: Concertos (transcriptions)
  • BWV 598: Pedal-Exercitium
  • BWV 599–764: Chorale preludes (Orgelbüchlein; Schübler Chorales; Leipzig Chorales = Great Eighteen Chorale Preludes; Chorale preludes from Clavier-Übung III; Kirnberger chorale preludes; other chorale preludes)
  • BWV 765–768: Chorale partitas
  • BWV 769–771: Chorale variations (includes Canonic Variations on "Vom Himmel hoch da komm' ich her")
  • BWV 1085–1087, 1121, 1128: various later additions to the BWV catalogue
  • BWV 1090–1120: Neumeister Chorales
  • BWV Anh. 42–79, 171–178, 200, 206, 208, 213: lost, doubtful and spurious organ pieces

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

See #BWV Chapter 8 in the table above

Bach's works for harpsichord, clavichord and other keyboard instruments include:

Works for solo lute (BWV 995–1000)[edit]

See #BWV Chapter 9 in the table above

Bach's compositions for lute and/or lute-harpsichord (Lautenwerck) include:

  • BWV 995–1000 suites and separate movements for lute and/or lute-harpsichord
  • BWV 1006a: transcription of BWV 1006

Chamber music (BWV 1001–1040)[edit]

See #BWV Chapter 10 in the table above

Bach wrote chamber music for solo violin, cello or flute, sonatas for harpsichord and an instrumental soloist, and Trio sonatas:

Orchestral works (BWV 1041–1071)[edit]

See #BWV Chapter 11 in the table above

Bach wrote concertos and orchestral suites:

Canons (BWV 1072–1078)[edit]

See #BWV Chapter 12 in the table above

Separate canons by Bach are listed in the 12th chapter of the BWV:

  • BWV 1072–1078: canons
  • BWV 1086–1087: later additions

Late contrapuntal works (BWV 1079–1080)[edit]

See #BWV Chapter 13 in the table above

The list of late contrapuntal works contains only two items:

20th-century additions to the BWV catalogue and Anhang[edit]

Additions as published in BWV2a

Additions to the main catalogue (BWV 1081–1126)[edit]

Additions to the Anhang (BWV Anh. 190–213)[edit]

BWV Anh. 190–213 were added between the 1950 and 1990s editions of the catalogue

  • BWV Anh. 190–197 – Cantatas added to Anh. I (music lost); see also List of Bach cantatas
  • BWV Anh. 198 – Abandoned sketch of a cantata opening, renumbered to BWV 149/1a and added to Chapter 1 in BWV2a
  • BWV Anh. 199 – Cantata added to Anh. I (music lost); see also List of Bach cantatas
  • BWV Anh. 200 – Fragment of a chorale prelude O Traurigkeit, o herzeleid, added to Anh. I (unused sketch for the Orgelbüchlein)
  • BWV Anh. 201–204 – Four-part chorales added to Anh. II (doubtful)
  • BWV Anh. 205 – Fantasia in C minor, authenticated as BWV 1121 and added to Chapter 7 in BWV2a
  • BWV Anh. 206 – Doubtful chorale prelude, added to Anh. II
  • BWV Anh. 207 – Doubtful keyboard fugue, added to Anh. II
  • BWV Anh. 208 – Spurious organ fugue, added to Anh. III
  • BWV Anh. 209–212 – Lost cantatas added to Anh. I; see also List of Bach cantatas
  • BWV Anh. 213 – Lost arrangement for organ of an unidentified Telemann concerto, added to Anh. I

21st-century additions to the BWV catalogue (BWV 1127 and higher)[edit]

See also #BWV Later in the table above

BWV numbers assigned after the publication of BWV2a:

Derivative works[edit]

There is not much system in the way works derived from Bach's compositions are listed. The "R" addition to the BWV number is only well-established for the reconstructions included in NBA VII/7 (e.g. solo violin reconstructions of BWV 565 are not usually indicated as BWV 565R, neither is the system used for reconstructed vocal works). For some series of transcriptions and arrangements works catalogues of these transcribers/arrangers may hold sublists with works derived from compositions by Bach.

Reconstructed concertos[edit]

See also #Reconstructions in the table above

Each reconstructed concerto is created after the harpsichord concerto for the presumed original instrument. Such reconstructions are commonly referred to as, for example, BWV 1052R (where the R stands for 'reconstructed'). Other reconstructions and completions of for instance BWV 1059 have been indicated as BWV 1059,[305] or BWV 1059a.[306]

Adaptations[edit]

Transcriptions and arrangements in the catalogues of works by other composers include:

Ferruccio Busoni
BV B 20 to 115, many of these published in the Bach-Busoni Editions.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

For abbreviations used in the references see also Bibliography at www.bachdigital.de

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