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Chorale from Cantata 140 by J. S. Bach | Simple Violin Tutorial For Beginners and Free Sheet Music

Enjoy the new tutorial of the Chorale from Cantata 140 by J. S. Bach and feel free to download the free sheet music!

Cantata_140 For Two Violins | Free Sheet Music Download

Ode To Joy for Violin | Tutorial and Free Sheet Music

Beethoven used Ode to Joy, written by Friedrich Schiller in 1785,  in the 4th movement of his  9th symphony.

Feel free to download and print the free sheet music below.

Ode to Joy

Joy, beautiful spark of divinity,
Daughter from Elysium,
We enter, drunk with fire,
Heavenly One, thy sanctuary!
Your magics join again
What custom strictly divided;*
All people become brothers,*
Where your gentle wing abides.

Who has succeeded in the great attempt,
To be a friend’s friend,
Whoever has won a lovely woman,
Add his to the jubilation!
Indeed, who calls at least one soul
Theirs upon this world!
And whoever never managed, shall steal himself
Weeping away from this union.

All creatures drink of joy
At nature’s breast.
Just and unjust
Alike taste of her gift;
She gave us kisses and the fruit of the vine,
A tried friend to the end.
[Even] the worm has been granted sensuality,
And the cherub stands before God!

Gladly, as His heavenly bodies fly
On their courses through the heavens,
Thus, brothers, you should run your race,
As a hero going to conquest.

You millions, I embrace you.
This kiss is for all the world!
Brothers, above the starry canopy
There must dwell a loving Father.
Do you fall in worship, you millions?
World, do you know your creator?
Seek him in the heavens;
Above the stars must He dwell.