This Work was originally attributed to Bach because a publication source was a manuscript copy of the Score partially in Bach's own hand. Subsequently, however, this attribution was questioned, and it was then thought likely that the Work was composed by Johann Melchior Molter. Even this, though, is now doubted, and so the Work now appears in the catalogues under the heading "apocryphal" or "anonymous" (see the Wikipedia entry).
Complete German-language Vocal Scores (SATB plus piano reduction) versions of this Work can be downloaded from IMSLP (the Petrucci Music Library), together with Midi Files for the entire Work. The present Midis, however, relate to a shortened and simplified English-language Score version of the Work as prepared by Rev. A Hastings Kelk and J Michael Diak and published by Paterson (a copy of which Score is available from Boosey & Hawkes). They are transposed down a semitone to match the recording mentioned below.
There is an excellent performance of the full Work in its entirety by the Alsfelder Vokalensemble, under Wolfgang Helbich, on YouTube starting here. There does not seem to be any published recording of the present shortened and simplified version. If anyone knows of such a published (and freely available) version, please let me know its location.
Here is a "clickable" Table of the available Midi Files for this Work. In these Files the SATB Chorus Voices are sounded by piccolo, clarinet, French horn and bassoon.
|The St. Luke Passion|
|1: Lord, beholding Thy dread passion|
|2: Now the feast of unleaven'd bread drew nigh||None||None||None||None|
|3: To save our souls||3: To save our souls (alternative version)|
|4: And Jesus came out||None||None||None||None|
|5: Lead us not into temptation|
|6: And while He yet spake||None||None||None||None|
|7: Forgive us, Lord, our trespasses|
|8: Then Jesus said to the high priests||None||None||None||None|
|9: Lord, who giv'st Thyself for me|
|10: And the men that held Jesus
10a: Prophesy, who is he?
|11: And many other things spake they
11a: Art Thou the Christ?
|12: But He said unto them
12a: Art Thou the Son of God?
|13: And He said unto them
13a: What need we any further witness?
|14: Jesus, who for our salvation|
|14: Jesus, who for our salvation (alternative version)|
|15: And the whole company
15a: We have found this man
15b: And Pilate asked him
|16: Christ, our Saviour, God and King|
|17: And Pilate said
17a: He stirreth up the nation
17b: And when Pilate heard of Galilee
|18: The Lamb is dumb||None||None||None||None|
|19: And the chief priests
19a: Away with this man
|20: And Pilate spake unto them
20a: Crucify Him
20b: And Pilate said the third time
|21: Foul wrong, by hate engendered|
|21: Foul wrong, by hate engendered (alternative version)|
|22: And as they led Him away||None||None||None||None|
|23: Gracious Father, hear Thy Son|
|24: And parting his garments among them
24a: He hath saved others
|25: And the soldiers also mocked Him
25a: If Thou be King of Judah
25b: And a superscription
|26: O Sacred Head, sore wounded|
|26: O Sacred Head, sore wounded (alternative version)|
|27: One of the malefactors||None||None||None||None|
|28: In Thy love remember me|
|29: And it was about the sixth hour||None||None||None||None|
|30: Dear Lord, beneath Thy Cross I bow|
|31: O Jesu Christ||None||None||None||None|
|32: It is finished|
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