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Bach, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Gustav Leonhardt - Kantaten, BWV 150-153 Vol.46 album flac Performer: Bach
Title: Kantaten, BWV 150-153 Vol.46
Style: Baroque, Religious
MP3 album: 1933 mb
FLAC album: 1568 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Genre: Classical

Bach: Kantaten, BWV 150-153. Bach: Sacred Cantatas BWV Nos. 150-153. Warner Classics 674467. Bach: Kantaten, BWV 150-153. Warner Classics 381164.

Conductor – Gustav Leonhardt (tracks: 20 to 24), Nikolaus Harnoncourt (tracks: 1 to 19). Countertenor Vocals, Solo Vocal – Paul Esswood (tracks: 1 to 19). Orchestra – Concentus Musicus Wien (tracks: 1 to 19), Leonhardt-Consort (tracks: 20 to 24). Soprano Vocals, Solo Vocal – Allan Bergius (tracks: 9 to 13), Christoph Wegmann (tracks: 14 to 19). Tenor Vocals, Solo Vocal – Kurt Equiluz.

Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt (God so loved the world), BWV 68, is a cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach, a church cantata for the second day of Pentecost. Bach composed the cantata in Leipzig and first performed it on 21 May 1725. It is one of nine cantatas on texts by Christiana Mariana von Ziegler, which Bach composed at the end of his second annual cycle of cantatas in Leipzig

The Bach renaissance-which began in earnest in the early 19th century thanks to the efforts of Felix Mendelssohn and others-inspired an endeavor of far-reaching significance. Other artists included are colleague Gustav Leonhardt, whose thoughtful if occasionally dry harpsichord artistry is heard in the Goldberg Variations as well as in the concertos and chamber music. The harpsichord is in fact used throughout in preference to piano for the keyboard works.

Bach, JS : Sacred Cantatas BWV Nos 97 - 99. Artists: Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Gustav Leonhardt, Collegium Vocale and 2 more, Leonhardt-Consort, Concentus Musicus Wien. Composer:Johann Sebastian Bach. Other versions of this album. Bach, JS : Sacred Cantatas BWV Nos 97 - 99. Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Gustav Leonhardt, Collegium Vocale, Leonhardt-Consort, Concentus Musicus Wien. Bach, JS : Sacred Cantatas Vo. : BWV 79-99. Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Gustav Leonhardt, Leonhardt-Consort, Concentus Musicus Wien.

Bach - Kantaten - BWV 94, BWV 73 - Wilhelm Wiedl, Tolzer Knabenchor, Paul Esswood, Kurt Equiluz, Philippe Huttenlocher, Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden, Concentus musicus Wien, Nikolaus Harnoncourt 1979 & Jorg Erler, Max van Egmond, Knabenchor Hannover, Heinz Hennig, Collegium Vocale Gent, Philippe Herreweghe & Leonhardt-Consort 1977, . 2664 AQ. Done. Taken on October 29, 2011.

And their most enduring legacy is right here, the complete survey of Bach's sacred cantatas that they began in 1971 and completed in 1988.

Tracklist

Cantata BWV 150 'Nach Dir, Herr, Verlanget Mich' (15:25)
1 I Sinfonia 1:25
2 II Chorus - "Nach Dir, Herr, Verlanget Mich" [Choir] 3:49
3 III Aria - "Doch Bin Und Bleibe Ich Vergnügt" [Boy Soprano] 1:25
4 IV Chorus - "Leite Mich In Deiner Wahrheit" [Choir] 1:52
5 V Aria - "Zedern Müssen Von Den Winden" [Counter-Tenor, Tenor, Bass] 1:29
6 VI Chorus - "Meine Augen Sehen Stets Zu Dem Herrn" [Choir] 2:17
7 VII Chorus - "Meine Tage In Dem Leide" [Choir] 3:08
Cantata BWV 151 'Süßer Trost, Mein Jesus Kömmt' (16:13)
8 I Aria - "Süsser Trost, Mein Jesus Kömmt" [Boy Soprano] 7:55
9 II Recitative - "Erfreue Dich, Mein Herz" [Bass] 1:02
10 III Aria - "In Jesu Demut Kann Ich Trost" [Counter-Tenor] 5:53
11 IV Recitative - "Du Teurer Gottessohn" [Tenor] 0:48
12 V Chorale - "Heut Schleusst Er Wieder Auf Die Tür" [Choir] 0:35
Cantata BWV 152 'Tritt Auf Die Glaubenbahn' (19:03)
13 I Concerto 3:32
14 II Aria - "Tritt Auf Die Glaubensbahn" [Bass] 3:24
15 III Recitative - "Der Heiland Ist Gesetzt" [Bass] 2:02
16 IV Aria - "Stein, Der Über Älle Schätze" [Boy Soprano] 4:13
17 V Recitative - "Es Ärgre Sich Die Kluge Welt" [Bass] 1:28
18 VI Duet - "Wie Soll Ich Dich, Liebster Der Seelen, Umfassen?" [Boy Soprano, Bass] 4:24
Cantata BWV 153 'Schau, Lieber Gott, Wie Meine Feind' (15:03)
19 I Chorale - "Schau, Lieber Gott, Wie Meine Feind" [Choir] 1:02
20 II Recitative - "Mein Liebster Gott" [Boy Soprano] 0:33
21 III Aria - "Fürchte Dich Nicht, Ich Bin Mit Dir" [Bass] 1:39
22 IV Recitative - "Du Sprichst Zwar, Lieber Gott" [Tenor] 1:32
23 V Chorale - "Und Ob Gleich Alle Teufel" [Choir] 1:05
24 VI Aria - "Stürmt Nur, Stürmt, Ihr Trübsalswetter" [Tenor] 2:56
25 VII Recitative - "Getrost! Mein Herz, Erdulde Deinen Schmerz" [Bass] 1:38
26 VIII Aria - "Soll Ich Meinen Lebenslauf" [Boy Soprano] 2:55
27 IX Chorale - "Drum Will Ich, Weil Ich Lebe Noch" [Choir] 1:32

Credits

  • Choir – Collegium Vocale (tracks: 1 to 12), Hanover Boys' Choir* (tracks: 1 to 12), Tölzer Knabenchor (tracks: 13 to 27)
  • Chorus Master [Collegium Vocale] – Philippe Herreweghe (tracks: 1 to 12)
  • Chorus Master [Hanover Boys' Choir] – Heinz Hennig (tracks: 1 to 12)
  • Chorus Master [Tölzer Knabenchor] – Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden (tracks: 13 to 27)
  • Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Conductor – Gustav Leonhardt (tracks: 1 to 12), Nikolaus Harnoncourt (tracks: 13 to 27)
  • Orchestra – Concentus Musicus Wien (tracks: 13 to 27), Leonhardt-Consort (tracks: 1 to 12)
  • Soloist, Bass Vocals – Max van Egmond (tracks: 1 to 12), Thomas Hampson (tracks: 13 to 27)
  • Soloist, Countertenor Vocals – Paul Esswood (tracks: 1 to 12)
  • Soloist, Soprano Vocals [Boy Soprano] – Ansgar Pfeiffer (tracks: 1 to 7), Christoph Wegmann (tracks: 13 to 18), Sebastian Hennig (tracks: 8 to 12), Stefan Rampf (tracks: 19 to 27)
  • Soloist, Tenor Vocals – Kurt Equiluz (tracks: 1 to 12, 19 to 27)

Notes

Total Playing Time: 65 minutes.
No digital booklet included.

Issued also on CD by Warner Classics, cat # 8573 81164-5
Originally issued on LPs by Telefunken in the series Das Kantatenwerk, volumes 36 and 37
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