Jauchzet dem Herren, alle Welt (Psalm 100), SWV 36 (Heinrich Schütz)
- 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. MusicXML source file is in compressed .mxl format.
- 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. MusicXML source file is in compressed .mxl format.
- Editor: Christof K. Biebricher (submitted 2006-03-21). Score information: A4, 6 pages, 81 kB Copyright: Personal
- Edition notes:
- 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.
- Editor: John Kilpatrick (submitted 2005-09-15). Score information: A4, 12 pages, 85 kB Copyright: Personal
- Edition notes: Set in double choir, 8 staves.
- 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.