JESU BLEIBET MEINE FREUDE

Latest update on 10/08/2016

Artist: Johann Sebastian Bach
Author: Johann Sebastian Bach
Year: 1723

The Chorale from the Cantate Nr 147: Herz und Mund.

Covers:

1928:

Dame Myra Hess [as Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring]

1950s:

Johnny Jordaan [as De Vrolijke Koster]

1955:

Jules De Corte [intro Ik Zou Wel Eens Willen Weten; the sleeve note of the Dutch original EP reads: "eindelijk iemand die volkomen zichzelf is en zonder plagiaatvormen" (finally someone who is totally his own without any hint of plagiarism)]

1965:

Byrds [guitar in She Don't Care About Time]

1966:

Willeke Alberti [as Ik Zou Wel Eens Willen Weten]

1967:

Martine Bijl [idem]

1968:

Move [in Cherry Blossom Clinic]

1968:

Walter Carlos

1971:

Jigsaw [inspiration for Apollo 100]

1972:

Apollo 100 [as Joy]

1972:

Ventures [idem]

1972:

Leo Kottke [as Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring]

1975:

Al Martino [as A Song Of Joy]

1975:

Ralph McTell [in Dreams Of You]

1979:

Beach Boys [as Lady Lynda]

1984:

Elvis Costello & The Attractions [keyboard solo in The Only Flame In Town]

1994:

Sanne [as Ik Zou Wel Eens Willen Weten]

1999:

XTC [in Greenman]

2003:

Ernst Daniel Smid [as Ik Zou Wel Eens Willen Weten]

2008:

Pete Seeger [in Bach At Treblinka]

Ik Zou Wel Eens Willen Weten also exists in a French version: Dites-moi pourquoi by Philippe Elan (translated by Ernst Van Altena).

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