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Bach vertont die berichtenden Bibeltexte mithilfe von Secco-Rezitativen, die also nur von der Continuo-Gruppe ohne weitere Instrumentalbegleitung getragen werden. Herodes wird durch einen Bass Nr. Alle biblischen Rezitative sind Neukompositionen Bachs. Daneben finden sich zwei weitere, kurze Secco-Rezitative, die keinen biblischen Text zum Inhalt haben, sondern einen folgenden Choral einleiten. In Nr. Die Stimmlage und die musikalische Form sind nicht festgelegt.

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The text of the opening chorus is "Jauchzet, frohlocket! Auf, preiset die Tage", translated by Richard D. Jones as "Shout for joy, exult, rise up, praise the day! Erschallet, Trompeten! Singet itzt Lieder, ihr muntren Poeten," Sound, you drums! Ring forth, trumpets! Vibrating strings, fill the air! Now sing songs, you exuberant poets. The first measures explore the D major triad in different colours of instrumental sounds. With the text "Lasset das Zagen, verbannet die Klage" Abandon despair, banish laments , [22] the voices, now in imitation , dominate while the instruments accompany.

After the middle section, the beginning A is repeated in full. Rathey suggests that Bach sought a more dramatic way to begin with reduced force and let the music increase, in keeping with his endeavor to transfer operatic features from Dresden to Leipzig.

It is one of the longest recitatives in the oratorio, beginning with the decree for a census by Caesar Augustus. It follows a pattern influenced both by operatic recitatives and liturgical singing, with phrases often beginning with an upward fourth and ending with a downward fourth, in rhythm as if speaking and in moderate range.

Accents are made by high notes, here for the word "Joseph", and changes of harmony, here for "David". The same melody of this first chorale in the oratorio reappears in the final movement of the final Part VI, "Nun seid ihr wohl gerochen".

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