Auferstanden aus Ruinen is a patriotic German song that was the national anthem of the German Democratic Republic (GDR), commonly known as East. [PDF] – Brass Quintet: 2 Trumpets, 1 Horn, 1 Trombone, 1 Tuba – National Anthems * License: Copyright © Fillipe Mendel -. 6 items Shop auferstanden aus ruinen joe rilla sheet music, music books, music scores & more at Sheet Music Plus, Published by Noten Roehr (NR).
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Auferstanden aus Ruinen – Wikipedia
National Anthem of the German Democratic Republic. Auferstanden aus Ruinen carbric This is a old russian arrangenment for wind band. The tune and chords to ‘Auferstanden aus Ruinen’, the national anthem of East Germanythen some added harmony by me, in flute and violin.
Christus ist auferstanden beroehl. Anthems of the World JayWT He composed the cantata in his first year in Leipzig, nofen he first performed his St John Passion, for the First Sunday after Easter, called Quasimodogeniti. The prescribed readings for that Sunday were from the First Epistle of John, “our faith is the victory” 1 John 5: The unknown poet begins with a verse from the Second Epistle to Timothy, “Remember that Jesus Christ … was raised from the dead” 2 Timothy 2: The poet sees Thomas as similar to the doubtful Christian in general whose heart is not at peace.
The center of the cantata is the Easter hymn “Erschienen ist der herrlich Tag” The glorious day has appeared by Nikolaus Hermanpraising the day of the resurrection. In contrast, movement 5 recalls aufestanden danger by the enemies, until in movement 6 Jesus appears as to his disciples in Jerusalem, finally bringing peace. The line “Friede sei mit euch” Peace be with you is repeated four times, framing three stanzas of a poem. The cantata in seven movements is scored for three vocal soloists alto, tenor, and bassa four-part choir, corno da tirarsi, a slide horn that Bach scored for a short period, flauto traverso, two oboes d’amore, two violins, viola and basso continuo.
The tenor aria Mein Jesus ist erstanden My Jesus auferetanden arisen is accompanied by an obbligato oboe d’amore. The theme is presented in the opening by the strings and later picked up by the voice, illustrating the word “auferstanden” by an upward run.
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The Easter chorale “Erschienen ist der herrlich Tag” marks the center of the composition. In symmetry, it is framed by two alto recitatives, the second a reprise of the first.
The idea of a solo singer alternating with a chorus is extended in the following movement, the bass aria with chorus Friede sei mit euch Peace be with you. John Eliot Gardiner describes it aauferstanden “a dramatic scena in which the strings work up a storm to illustrate the raging of the soul’s enemies”.
Musicologist Julian Mincham describes the music as serene, a “gentle, rocking, almost cradle-like rhythm creating a perfect atmosphere of peaceful contemplation”.
The following fourth appearance of “Peace be with you” is accompanied by both woodwinds and strings, and peace is finally achieved. Klaus Hofmann describes the movement as an “operatic scene” and continues “Bach resorts to unconventional means; he shows himself as a musical dramatist and, in the process, stresses the element of contrast: Deutsche Hymne Matthias C.
Auferstanden aus Ruinen
On the melody of the GDR’ anthem “Risen from ruins” I’ve written a modification of the current text version of the German national anthem and some additional stanzas. The text could be translated with the following: Let us strive after this, fraternally with heart and hand!
Unity and law and freedom are the felicity’s pledge! Flourish in the glory of this hapiness, flourish, united fatherland, right auferxtanden, free fatherland! From the sea down to the Alps, to the west of the Oder, east to the Rhine, Germany, Germany holds together in Europe, for more than only to pretend, German fatherland, German fatherland!