[Parent] [FAQ] [Site History] [PDF] [PostScript] [PDF] [PostScript]

The Work

This is a transcription of Friedrich Gottlieb Klingenberg's small funeral cantata Es ist genug. The creation date is unknown, but the only surviving source, by the hand of his student(?) Gottfried Lindemann, was written on January 10, 1717. It is composed for soprano with short queues for alto, tenor and bass, all accompanied by 2 violins, 2 violas (da gamba?), violone and organ. The source that I have used is a copy of the manuscript written by Gottfried Lindemann, now preserved at Lund University Library under the name "Saml. Wenster F:4".

Special thanks (in no particular order) to Mark DeGarmeaux, Klaus Langrock and Thomas Braatz for finding different versions of the text for comparisons.

This Edition

I have always tried to be as close to the original as possible. Editorial changes have been put above the staffs, or within parenthesis. Slashed figures in the continuo have been replaced with their flat/natural or sharp equivalents. All accidentals and clefs have been converted to modern standard.

The Files

Johan Tufvesson tuben@lysator.liu.se: Modified , accesses.