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in bachs cantata, bwv 140, which of the following is played on instruments and not sung?

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aria duet ritornello recitative
Recitative is when the singer is allowed to adopt the rhythms of ordinary speech. Aria in music was originally any expressive melody, usually, but not always, performed by a singer. Ritornello is a recurring passage in Baroque music for orchestra or chorus. A duet is a musical composition for two performers mosltly used for a composition for two singers or pianists. I'm not sure about this one, i'm stuck between a ritornello and a duet. I'm leaning more towards Ritornello because in classical a lot of the duets incude vocals. I hope this helps! :)
im gonna go with ritornello :)

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Okay! Lets hope it's right? ahah:)
i posted another one if u want to check it out :)

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