Jauchzet dem Herren, alle Welt (Psalm 100), SWV 36 (Heinrich Schütz)
- (Posted 2018-05-21) CPDL #49757:
- Editor: James Gibb (submitted 2018-05-21). Score information: A4, 12 pages, 135 kB Copyright: CPDL
- Edition notes: Transcribed from the edition on IMSLP. Staves expanded. Some changes to time signatures.
- (Posted 2014-05-02) CPDL #31821:
- Editor: Gerd Eichler (submitted 2014-05-02). Score information: A4, 11 pages, 164 kB Copyright: CPDL
- Edition notes: Transcribed from original print, Mensurstrich layout, original note values and key signature, musica ficta clearly marked, priginal spelling (normalized), Basso Continuo part included.
- (Posted 2006-03-21) CPDL #11299:
- Editor: Christof K. Biebricher (submitted 2006-03-21). Score information: A4, 6 pages, 81 kB Copyright: Personal
- Edition notes:
- (Posted 2006-03-17) CPDL #11267:
- Editor: Wilbert Berendsen (submitted 2006-03-17). Score information: A4, 14 pages, 124 kB Copyright: Personal
- Edition notes: multiple PDF files, individual choirs, on 2 or 4 staves.
- (Posted 2005-09-15) CPDL #09582: PDF, MIDI & Overture files
- Editor: John Kilpatrick (submitted 2005-09-15). Score information: A4, 12 pages, 85 kB Copyright: Personal
- Edition notes: Set in double choir, 8 staves.
- (Posted 2004-01-21) CPDL #06552:
- Editor: Helmut Kickton (submitted 2004-01-21). Score information: A4, 11 pages, 200 kB Copyright: Personal
- Edition notes: brass, flute, string parts colla voce aslo available.
Title: Psalm 100 - Jauchzet dem Herren, SWV 36
Composer: Heinrich Schütz
First published: 1619 in Psalmen Davids, Op. 2, no. 15
2nd published: 1887 in Heinrich Schütz: Sämtliche Werke, Volume 3, no. 2
3rd published: 1971 in Neue Schütz-Ausgabe, Volume 28, no. 2
4th published: 1979 in Neue Schütz-Ausgabe, Volume 24, no. 6
Description: German setting of Psalm 100. The Basso continuo part book contains two independent parts (one for each choir). In the tradition of the many a cappella choirs, this motet is almost exclusively known as unaccompanied music where the basso continuo parts are just omitted. Conductors/performers think that the Doxology starts with an unaccompanied soprano duetto. However, this was not the intention of the composer.