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===2. Chorale: ''Die Könige aus Saba kamen dar''===
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:{{EdNotes|site links to 3 German verses, including ''Ein Kind geboren zu Bethlehem'' as well as many {{Cat|Works in English|English}} and {{Cat|Works in Latin}} verses. The 4th stanza, "Die Könige aus Saba kamen dar" is used as the second movement of Cantata 65.}}
  
 
==General Information==
 
==General Information==
<b>Title:</b> <i>Ein Kind geboren zu Bethlehem</i><br>
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'''Title:''' ''Sie werden aus Saba alle kommen'', BVW 65<br>
<b>Composer:</b> [[Johann Sebastian Bach]]<br>
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{{Composer|Johann Sebastian Bach}}
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{{Voicing|4|SATB}}<br>
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{{Genre|Sacred|Cantatas}} for {{Cat|Epiphany}}
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{{Language|German}}
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{{Instruments|Orchestra:| 2 Recorders, 2 Oboes da Caccia, 2 Horns, Strings, BC}}
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{{Pub|1|1895|in ''[[Bach-Gesellschaft Ausgabe]]''|vol=Band 44}}
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{{Opus|BWV|0065|mvt=7}}
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{{Descr|first performed on 6 January 1724}}
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*[https://webdocs.cs.ualberta.ca/~wfb/cantatas/65.html German libretto at University of Alberta]
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*[{{website|bach}}/CM/Ein-Kind-geborn-zu-Bethlehem.htm History of the melody ''Ein Kind geborn zu Bethlehem'']}}
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==Original text and translations==
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===Ein Kind geboren zu Bethlehem===
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{{LinkText|Puer natus in Bethlehem}}
  
<b>Number of voices:</b> 4vv&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Voicing:</b> SATB<br>
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{{Top}}{{Text|German|
'''Genre:''' [[:Category:Sacred music|Sacred]], [[Carols]] <br>
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''1.'' Ein Kind geborn zu Bethlehem
<b>Language:</b> [[English]]<br>
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des freut sich Jerusalem,
<b>Instruments: </b>none<br>
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Alleluja, alleluja
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<b>Description:</b> <br>
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''2.'' Hie leit in dem Krippelein,
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Ohn Ende ist der Herrschaft sein,
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Alleluja!
  
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''3.'' Das Öchselein und das Eselein
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Erkannten Gott den Herren sein
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Alleluja
  
==Original text and translations==
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''4.'' Die König aus Saba kamen dar,
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Gold, Weihrauch, Myrrhen brachtn sie dar
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Alleluja!
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''5.'' Zu dieser weihnachtlichen Zeit
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Sei Gott gelobt in Ewigkeit
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Alleluja!
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''6.'' Wir lobn die heilig Dreifaltigkeit
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Von nun an bis in Ewigkeit
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Alleluja!}}
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''1.'' A child is born at Bethlehem
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for whom Jerusalem rejoices
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Alleluja, alleluja
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''2.'' He lies here in the manger
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who reigns eternally,
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Alleluja
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''3.'' The ox and the donkey
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recognise that the child is the Lord.
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Alleluja
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''4.'' The kings come from Sheba,
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they bring gold, incense and myrrh
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Alleluja
  
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''5.'' In this Christmas season
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may God be praised for ever
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Alleluja
  
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''6.'' We praise the Holy Trinity
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from now to eternity
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Alleluja}}
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2. Chorale: Die Könige aus Saba kamen dar

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Editor: Christopher R. Baker (submitted 2000-11-27).   Copyright: CC BY 1.0
Edition notes: site links to 3 German verses, including Ein Kind geboren zu Bethlehem as well as many English and Works in Latin verses. The 4th stanza, "Die Könige aus Saba kamen dar" is used as the second movement of Cantata 65.

General Information

Title: Sie werden aus Saba alle kommen, BVW 65
Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SATB

Genre: SacredCantata for Epiphany

Language: German
Instruments: Orchestra: 2 Recorders, 2 Oboes da Caccia, 2 Horns, Strings, BC

First published: 1895 in Bach-Gesellschaft Ausgabe, Band 44
Opus: BWV 65, 7 movements
Description: first performed on 6 January 1724

External websites:

Original text and translations

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Ein Kind geboren zu Bethlehem

Original text and translations may be found at Puer natus in Bethlehem.

German.png German text

1. Ein Kind geborn zu Bethlehem
des freut sich Jerusalem,
Alleluja, alleluja

2. Hie leit in dem Krippelein,
Ohn Ende ist der Herrschaft sein,
Alleluja!

3. Das Öchselein und das Eselein
Erkannten Gott den Herren sein
Alleluja

4. Die König aus Saba kamen dar,
Gold, Weihrauch, Myrrhen brachtn sie dar
Alleluja!

5. Zu dieser weihnachtlichen Zeit
Sei Gott gelobt in Ewigkeit
Alleluja!

6. Wir lobn die heilig Dreifaltigkeit
Von nun an bis in Ewigkeit
Alleluja!

English.png English translation

1. A child is born at Bethlehem
for whom Jerusalem rejoices
Alleluja, alleluja

2. He lies here in the manger
who reigns eternally,
Alleluja

3. The ox and the donkey
recognise that the child is the Lord.
Alleluja

4. The kings come from Sheba,
they bring gold, incense and myrrh
Alleluja

5. In this Christmas season
may God be praised for ever
Alleluja

6. We praise the Holy Trinity
from now to eternity
Alleluja