All Glory, Laud, and Honor

Valet will ich dir geben

Melcior Teschner, 1584-1635
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Teschner, the composer of the melody, wrote two settings for five parts, published in 1615 in Ein andächtiges Gebet (a devotional prayer) upon which Johann Sebastian Bach composed two chorale preludes (BWV 735 and 736). He used the first stanza of the hymn as movement 3 in his cantata Christus, der ist mein Leben, BWV 95, and the third stanza, "In meines Herzens Grunde" (Within my heart’s foundation), in his St John Passion. This setting was arranged for a Palm Sunday liturgy at First Lutheran Church, Gladstone, Michigan.

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Melcior Teschner, 1584-1635
Year of composition
Year of arrangement
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
3 minutes
Large mixed ensemble
Classical music

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