Some of Bach’s secular cantatas carry the title Dramma per Musica. This title was given by the librettist, not by Bach. These cantatas were meant to be performed in casual private settings such as a coffee house or town square, rather than on a stage.
A wonderful example of these drammi per musica is Geschwinde, ihr wirbelnden Winde (Swift, you swirling winds), BWV 201. The libretto, by Picander, addresses the dispute between Phoebus and Pan, or the age-old controversy between “learned” and "popular" music.
Enjoy this video performance of BWV 201 at the 2011 Festival d'Ambronay.