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  1. Bach: Kantaten (Kreuzstabkantate BWV 56 & Kantate BWV 62 "Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland") [Vinyl LP] [Schallplatte] | Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau / Peter Schreier / Theo Adam / Adele Stolte / Gerda Schriever u.a., Peter Schreier, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Theo Adam, Adele Stolte, Andre Lardot, Gerda Schriever, Thomanerchor Leipzig, Johann Sebastian Bach, Rudolf Baumgartner, Erhard Format: Vinyl.
  2. Cantates pour basses BWV 56, BWV 82, BWV Peter Kooij, La Chapelle Royale, Philippe Herreweghe. Harmonia Mundi France. Solo-Kantaten für Bass BWV 82, BWV , BWV 56, BWV Dominik Wörner, il Gardellino, Leitung Ryo Terakado. Passacaille, Cantatas „Ich will den Kreuzstab gerne tragen“ BWV 56, „Ich habe genug“ BWV Anlass: Sonntag nach Trinitatis.
  3. Ich will den Kreuzstab gerne tragen, BWV 56 (Bach, Johann Sebastian) Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 5 movements The Cantatas of J.S. Bach. 2 ed. Richard D.P. Jones (Trans). Oxford: Oxford University Press, Cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach; Cantatas, BWV 1–10Composer: Bach, Johann Sebastian.
  4. Ich will den Kreuzstab gerne tragen ("I will the cross-staff gladly carry" or "I will gladly carry the Cross"), BWV 56, is a church cantata composed by Johann Sebastian Bach in Leipzig for the 19th Sunday after Trinity glamrock.fordrerilblackbearerwhisperfire.infoinfo was first performed on 27 October , and is today grouped as part of Bach's third cycle of cantatas for the liturgical glamrock.fordrerilblackbearerwhisperfire.infoinfo: Third cantata cycle.
  5. Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau: Bach Kreuzstab-Kantate, Stolzel, Purcell, Gibbons Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (Baritone, Performer), J.S. Bach (Composer), Gottfried Heinrich Stolzel (Composer), Orlando Gibbons (Composer), Rudolph Baumgartner (Conductor), Festival Strings Lucerne (Orchestra) & 3 more.
  6. J.S. Bach: Kantate BWV 7 "Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam" Bach-Kantaten-Edition der Bach-Stiftung St. Gallen: Bach erlebt VI - Das Bach-Jahr Bachkantaten N°8 (BWV 7, 18, ).
  7. Johann Sebastian Bach composed the church cantata Es wartet alles auf dich (Everything waits for You), BWV in Leipzig for the seventh Sunday after Trinity and first performed it on 4 August The text came from a libretto cycle published in Meiningen, following a symmetrical pattern in seven movements, which opens with a quotation from the Old Testament, is focused on a central Occasion: Seventh Sunday after Trinity.
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