Jean-Sébastien Bach, Fritz Werner, Chorale Heinrich Schütz De Heilbronn, Orchestre De Chambre De Pforzheim - Six Grandes Cantates BWV147-90, 78-140, 4-34 album flac
Title: Six Grandes Cantates BWV147-90, 78-140, 4-34
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Bach - Agnes Giebel, Claudia Hellmann, Helmut Krebs, Jakob Stämpfli & Erich Wenk, Chorale Heinrich Schütz De Heilbronn, Orchestre De Chambre De Pforzheim, Fritz Werner – Les Grandes Cantates De . Bach Vol. 15. Label: Erato – STU 70182. Series: Les Grandes Cantates De . S. Orchestra – Orchestre De Chambre De Pforzheim. Organ, Harpsichord – Eva Hölderlin. Photography By – Giraudon. Sleeve Notes – Carl De Nys. Soprano Vocals – Agnes Giebel. Tenor Vocals – Helmut Krebs.
Bach, Agnes Giebel − Claudia Hellmann, Helmut Krebs, Jakob Stämpfli & Erich Wenk, Chorale Heinrich Schütz De Heilbronn − Orchestre De Chambre De Pforzheim, Fritz Werner – Les Grandes Cantates De . Cantate BWV 90 "Es Reifet Euch Ein Schrecklich Ende" Pour Le 25éme Dimanche Après La Trinité. Chorus – Chorale Heinrich Schütz De Heilbronn. Conductor – Fritz Werner. Engineer – Peter Willemoës. Harpsichord, Organ – Eva Hölderlin. Oboe d'Amore – Pierre Pierlot.
Bach, Fritz Werner – Cantates BWV 147, BWV 90. Genre: Classical. Cantate BWV 147 "Herz Und Mund Und Tat Und Leben" Pour La Fête De La Visitation. Bach - Agnes Giebel, Claudia Hellmann, Helmut Krebs, Jakob Stämpfli & Erich Wenk, Chorale Heinrich Schütz De Heilbronn, Orchestre De Chambre De Pforzheim, Fritz Werner - Les Grandes Cantates De .
Chorus – Chorale Heinrich Schütz De Heilbronn. Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach. Nose Flute – Hartmut Strebel. Oboe – Jacques Chambon, Pierre Pierlot. Soprano Vocals – Friederike Sailer. Trumpet – Walter Gleissle. Violin – Reinhold Barchet.
When I brushed up the history of cantata recordings, I was amazed to see that Werner's versions are among the first recorded ones: they are neither naïve nor specifically old-fashioned. Instead, they are well-studied, balanced and keep the necessary tension without being heavy-handed or pedanti'. Speaking of the cantatas on this album, Werner's reading of BWV 85 (1959), BWV 182 (1962), BWV 26 (1961), BWV 61 (1961), BWV (1961) are just 2nd.
Bach composed this cantata to complete his second annual cycle of chorale cantatas, begun in 1724. The cantata is based on the hymn in three stanzas "Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme" (1599) by Philipp Nicolai, which covers the prescribed reading for the Sunday, the parable of the Ten Virgins. The text and tune of the three stanzas of the hymn appears unchanged in three of seven movements (1, 4 and 7). An unknown author supplied additional poetry for the inner movements as sequences of recitative and duet, based on the love poetry of the Song of Songs . Heinrich-Schütz-Chor Heilbronn. Pforzheim Chamber Orchestra.
bach : fritz werner - chorale heinrich schutz cantates bwv 35 & bwv 6. erato - LDE 3136 - France - 1964 - original used. Erato - LDE 3322 & STU 70253 - France - 1964 & 1965 - original used. jean sebastien bach fritz werner (3). franz kelch fritz werner chorale h schutz (2). fritz werner ingeborg reichelt (3).
Johann Sebastian Bach composed the church cantata Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben (Heart and mouth and deed and life), BWV 147 in 1723 during his first year as Thomaskantor, the director of church music in Leipzig. He expanded the Advent cantata in six movements to ten movements in two parts in the new work. While the text of the Advent cantata was written by the Weimar court poet Salomo Franck, the librettist of the adapted version who added several recitatives is anonymous.
Fritz Werner started recording with the Heinrich-Schütz-Chor Heilbronn and the Pforzheim Chamber Orchestra a series that they called Les Grandes Cantates de . The Thomanerchor has sung a weekly cantata during the evening service Motette on Saturday. The cantatas are also regularly performed on Sundays at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, New York City, under the direction of the Cantor (currently Donald R. Meineke). A specialist Baroque ensemble, the Choir has become famous for its stylistic conviction and extensive repertoire, encompassing music from the Renaissance period to Classical music of the 20th century. They often appear with John Eliot Gardiner's orchestras, the English Baroque Soloists and Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique.
|A1||Cantate BWV 147 "Herz Und Mund Und Tat Und Leben" Pour La Fête De La Visitation|
|B1||Cantate BWV 147 (Suite)|
|B2||Cantate BWV 90 "Es Reißet Euch Ein Schrecklich Ende"|
|C1||Cantate BWV 140 "Wachet Auf"|
|D1||Cantate BWV 78 "Jesu Der Du Meine Seele"|
|E1||Cantate BWV 4 "Christ Leg In Todesbanden"|
|F1||Cantate BWV 34 "O Ewiges Feuer"|
- Choir – Chorale Heinrich Schütz De Heilbronn*
- Conductor – Fritz Werner
- Music By – Jean-Sébastien Bach*
- Orchestra – Orchestre De Chambre De Pforzheim*