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Johann Sebastian Bach’s <i>St John Passion</i> (BWV 245): A Theological Commentary

With a new Study Translation by Katherine Firth and a Preface by N. T. Wright

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This Theological Commentary on Johann Sebastian Bach’s St John Passion explains the historical context of Lutheran church music, and then explains the Biblical and poetic text, and its musical setting, line by line.

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