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true Bach wrote in most Baroque genres, except opera. T or F
end of the church year For what religious occasion was J. S. Bach’s Cantata No. 140 written?
lutheran For which church denomination did J. S. Bach write his cantatas?
7 How many movements are there in J. S. Bach’s Cantata No. 140?
most sundays of the church year In the Lutheran tradition, cantatas were performed along with the Gospel reading, sermon, and prayers on:
Leipzig J. S. Bach spent the last several decades of his life working at St. Thomas Church in:
choruses J. S. Bach’s church cantatas all contain solo arias, recitatives, and ______.
false J. S. Bach’s church cantatas are single-movement works. T or F
false Johann Sebastian Bach had an international career. T or F
true Many of Bach’s cantatas are elaborations of Protestant chorale or hymn tunes. T or F
true J. S. Bach’s cantatas were intended for performance in the church. T or F
false Martin Luther and fellow reformer John Calvin believed only priests who were trained singers should participate in church music-making. T or F
A-A-B Nicolai’s Lutheran chorale “Wachet auf” is in “bar form,” which is best described as:
ritornello The energetic instrumental idea that recurs several times between the vocal statements in the first movement of J. S. Bach’s Cantata No. 140 is best described as a:
chorale fantasia The first movement of Bach’s Cantata No. 140 is best described as a(n):
true The fourth movement of Bach’s Cantata No. 140 features the tenor section singing in unison. T or F
The tenors sing the chorale melody in unison Which best describes the chorale melody as it is heard in the fourth movement of Bach’s cantata Wachet auf?
soprano Which voices sing the original chorale tune in the first movement of J. S. Bach’s Cantata No. 140?
true While in Leipzig, J. S. Bach was responsible for directing the university music group.
Philipp Nicolai Who of the following wrote the chorale text and tune for Wachet auf (Sleepers, Awake)?

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