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BWV225 Motet 1: Singet dem herrn ein neues Lied

BWV225 Motet 1: Singet dem herrn ein neues Lied

Bach's Motet No 1, Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied (Sing unto the Lord a new song, BWV 225) was first performed in Leipzig around 1727. It uses psalm 149:1–3 for its first movement, a 1548 Johann Gramann hymn for the second movement and psalm 150: verses 2 and 6 for the third movement.

It is set for double Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass Choir and is usually sung unaccompanied.

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Choir parts are normally sung unaccompanied

  • Each vocal part highlighted individually on piano with the remaining parts played on orchestral instruments.
  • Al parts played together on orchestral instruments

The download zip file also contains 1 movement per track for each voice (8 parts total) plus a track "Alles, Was Odem Hat" (Final section of the 3rd. movement played slower)

NB. The voices sample for download review contains samples from various voices in a single track, the downloads are separate tracks.

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Singet dem Hem (Motet 1) - Samples from Sop, Alto, Tenor and Bass
Singet dem Hem (Motet 1) - Sample without assistance


  • Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied
  • Gott, Nimm Dich Ferner Unser
  • Lobet Den Herrn
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