Trinitatis V

Bach Cantata Day Information:
Trinitatis V or 5th Sunday after Trinitatis

5th Sunday after Trinitatis. Liturgical period : Ordinary time II.

Occurrences: June 30 2024, July 20 2025, July 5 2026, June 27 2027, July 16 2028, July 1 2029, July 21 2030, July 13 2031, June 27 2032, July 17 2033, July 9 2034, June 24 2035, July 13 2036, July 5 2037.


Music for this day

  • Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten, BWV 93
    (first performance 9 July 1724, Leipzig period)
  • Siehe, ich will viel Fischer aussenden, BWV 88
    (first performance 21 July 1726, Leipzig period)
  • In allen meinen Taten, BWV 97
    (first performance 25 July 1734, Leipzig period)


Trinitatis V is the 5th Sunday after Trinitatis. Three cantatas for this day.

Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten, BWV 93, is a choral cantata from the second Leipzig cycle, first performed on July 9th 1724. It is based on a hymn by Georg Neumark (1621-1681), written in 1641, in the middle of the Thirty Year's War, when he had to flee his home in Thüringen but finally found safety and employment in Kiel.

Siehe, ich will viel Fischer aussenden, BWV 88, is from 1726, and is based on the evangelical reading of the day: the selection of Simon Petrus, a fisherman, as Jesus' first disciple, and the Miraculous Draught of Fish.

The last one, In allen meinen Taten, BWV 97, a chorale cantata, dates from 1732 and it is uncertain for which occasion this cantata was actually written. However, on a a later manuscript Trinitatis V is noted, so reason enough to include it in the playlists. Enjoy!


Trinitatis V is the 5th Sunday after Trinitatis. Three cantatas for this day.

Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten, BWV 93, is a choral cantata from the second Leipzig cycle, first performed on July 9th 1724. It is based on a hymn by Georg Neumark (1621-1681), written in 1641, in the middle of the Thirty Year's War, when he had to flee his home in Thüringen but finally found safety and employment in Kiel.

Siehe, ich will viel Fischer aussenden, BWV 88, is from 1726, and is based on the evangelical reading of the day: the selection of Simon Petrus, a fisherman, as Jesus' first disciple, and the Miraculous Draught of Fish.

The last one, In allen meinen Taten, BWV 97, a chorale cantata, dates from 1732 and it is uncertain for which occasion this cantata was actually written. However, on a a later manuscript Trinitatis V is noted, so reason enough to include it in the playlists. Enjoy!