Johannes der Täufer und die Taufe Jesu Christi (German Edition)
Modernisiert Text Ich habe euch gesandt zu schneiden, das ihr nicht habt gearbeitet; andere haben gearbeitet, und ihr seid in ihre Arbeit kommen. English Revised Version I sent you to reap that whereon ye have not laboured: others have laboured, and ye are entered into their labour. Johannes Es glaubten aber an ihn viele der Samariter aus der Stadt um des Weibes Rede willen, welches da zeugte: Er hat mir gesagt alles, was ich getan habe.
Johannes Gleichwie du mich gesandt hast in die Welt, so sende ich sie auch in die Welt. Wer sie gestifftet habe? In the Lutheran liturgy, the hymn was related to the feast day of John the Baptist. Below is the text of Luther's hymn with the English translation by George Macdonald.
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The hymn has been set in many choral and organ compositions. A four-part setting by Wolf Heintz was used to introduce the Reformation in Halle in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Chorale: Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam - Text & Translation
Theorie und Praxis des harmonischen Tonsatzes in German. Georg Olms Verlag. Retrieved 24 February Luther's Liturgical Music. Eerdmans Publishing. Harvard University Press. Schweizer Liturgiekommission.
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Retrieved 23 June Retrieved 17 June While the exact positions of these stations could change from year to year 1 , the traditionally established route along which the pageant-wagons moved remained the same. This remarkable way of presentation in the form of a procession might have been inspired by the ecclesiastical procession "in which the laity and clergy followed a vessel carrying the Sacred Host around the streets of the town" ib.
This mode of performance made it possible that up to twelve plays could be performed in parallel and implied that each play was probably performed twelve times in the course of one day.
By the use of a number of stations all inhabitants of York could see the entire play without the need of an enormous stage or square, while parallel performances of course saved time and made it possible that every play or at least all those performed in one particular year, as not always were all plays staged; more about this later could be performed at each station. A couple of inevitable disadvantages arose from this arrangement though: The space for performance on the moveable wagons was of course very limited, even though the street near the wagon was possibly incorporated as the area where unlocalized action could take place see Beadle , xxii.
The York Corpus Christi Play and the Role of the Craft Guilds
All the properties and decorations further had to be transportable, while the wagons, drawn by men and not by animals, needed to be small enough to be moved through the narrow streets of York. At any rate, all pageant-wagons were designed specifically for the purpose of the Corpus Christi play. They were not being used for other activities throughout the year, and a considerable proportion of the information on both the wagons and the cycle in general in fact originates from records on how they were stored throughout the rest of the year.
It appears that this was a matter of some significance. It is beyond the scope of this paper to dive into poetic aspects or the literary quality of the text, or into the performances as such, e. From now the focus shall turn to the question how an undertaking of this size was being organised and financed. In both these matters, the crucial role was played by the city's trade and craft guilds. Before delineating the role of the guilds for the organisation of the York Corpus Christi performances, it will be useful to give a brief overview of the function, the history and the scope of influence of guilds in general.
With respect to the York Mystery Plays, it is often spoken of "trade and craft guilds" cf. King , or sometimes of "craft guilds" only cf. When the term 'guild' will be used in the following chapters of this paper, it is meant to refer to both trade and craft guilds, unless indicated otherwise, but not to various other associations of people that sometimes where known as guilds likewise.
This is because in its most general form, any "association of people who share some common characteristic and pursue some common purpose" can be called a guild, as Sheilagh Ogilvie points out , She lists that these characteristics could be religion, nationality, cultural interests, political convictions and others, but that the commonest of all was occupation. Among the different sectors of medieval economy, guilds were " least prevalent in the primary sector", even though some guilds of farmers, gardeners, shepherds, etc.
They existed in tertiary production as well, as for instance among musicians, artists or chimney sweeps, but the most important of the "tertiary- sector guilds were formed by merchants" ib. Sylvio Konkol Author. Add to cart. Table of contents 1. Introduction 2. Content and Mode of Performance 3. Financing 4. Conclusions and Summary 5. Bibliography 6.
Appendix: List of Plays and Responsible Guilds 1. Richard Beadle and Pamela King summarise the scope of the content as follows: The essential episodes were the Creation of the world and of man, man's deception by the Devil, resulting in the Fall and the expulsion from Paradise, and his Redemption through the Incarnation, Passion and Resurrection of Christ. Beadle and King , xi Accordingly, the cycle was an extensive work of literature. Sign in to write a comment.
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