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Brockes Passion
also called "Der für die Sünde der Welt gemarterte und sterbende Jesus" is a German oratorio libretto by Barthold Heinrich Brockes

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  1. first published in 1712 and going through 30 or so editions in the next 15 years

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  2. The most famous setting is that by George Frideric Handel, HWV 48

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  3. Not much is known about this early work, a passion oratorio much like J.S. Bach's more famous St. Matthew and St. John Passions

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  4. Handel composed the work sometime in 1715-1716 and probably premiered it in Hamburg, possibly as late as 1719

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  5. Engraved portrait of Brockes (1744) by Christian Fritsch (1704 - 1760)
    Engraved portrait of Brockes (1744) by Christian Fritsch (1704 - 1760)

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  6. Other composers who set this text are Reinhard Keiser (1712), Telemann (1716), Mattheson (1718), Stölzel (1725), Fasch (1723) and several others

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