The Bach Choir Of Holy Trinity - Johann Sebastian Bach: Reformation Cantata album flac
Title: Johann Sebastian Bach: Reformation Cantata
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Throughout his life as a musician, Johann Sebastian Bach composed cantatas for both secular and sacred use. His church cantatas are cantatas which he composed for use in the Lutheran church, mainly intended for the occasions of the liturgical year
Late church cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach. Late church cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach refers to sacred cantatas he composed after his fourth cycle of 1728–29.
List of secular cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach. Apart from his hundreds of church cantatas, Johann Sebastian Bach wrote secular cantatas in Weimar, Köthen and Leipzig, for instance for members of the Royal-Polish and Prince-electoral Saxonian family (. Trauer-Ode), or other public or private occasions (. The text of these cantatas was occasionally in dialect (. Peasant Cantata) or in Italian (.
Johann Sebastian Bach never completed The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080. Movements have been added and taken away from the final score over the years. The twelvth and final movement of Bach's Magnificat is a musical setting of the Gloria Patri. Here, Bach writes one last tutti movement. The first section is organised into three long pedal notes in the continuo, three for the Trinity. This section ends in a long cadenza. We then hear the opening.
Bach’s aim was evidently to demonstrate a particularly wide range of musical forms in both the arias and the recitatives in this cantata. The opening chorus is based on verses 2 and 4 of Psalm 19, with verse 4 structured as a choral fugue. Both parts of the cantata end with a chorale movement with different verses from the Lutheran hymn "Es woll uns Gott genädig sein". The text refers loosely to the epistle reading from the 1st letter of St John, but deals more with general thoughts about the temptations of the Christian which can be overcome through love
Cantata ''Jesu, der du meine Seele'', BWV 78. Choir and Orchestra. A heart that knows its Jesus is living, BWV 134. Cantata ''Es ist das Heil uns kommen her'', BWV 9.
Bach, Johann Sebastian. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. No. BWV An. ; BC A 147. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. 19th Sunday after Trinity. Composer Time PeriodComp. Voices: soprano, alto, tenor; mixed chorus (SATB) Orchestra: violin concertante, strings, continuo. Bach Digital (source list). php?title Cantata, BWV Anh. 2 (Bach, Johann Sebastian)&oldid 2546070.
Bach: Sacred Masterpieces and Cantatas. Johann Sebastian Bach. John Eliot Gardiner's "Bach Cantata Pilgrimage" series having had an inauspicious beginning with the fiasco of volume 1, it's a pleasure to report that this fifth volume is a delight. The chorus and orchestra are as precise and musical as ever. A bevy of soloists-ranging from the well known (Robin Blaze) to the not-yet known (Martina Jankova, Christoph Genz) to the fast rising (Magdalena Kozená)-do sterling work. Here, the soprano represents men's souls, while the countertenor is the soft whisper of the Holy Ghost descending upon men. In my opinion, this is the most beautiful aria of this disc. A chorale by Philip Nicolai concludes the work.
Bach's cantatas and his other vocal works and many of his instrumental works. Poets & composers associated with Bach, including their bios and Bach connection. Other resources include the Lutheran church year, chorale texts & melodies, books and movies on Bach, concerts, Bach.
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|A1||Organ, Ein' feste Burg ist unser Gott, BWV 720
Organ – Frederick Grimes
|A2||Processional Hymn, Ein' feste Burg|
|A4||Psalm XLVI, Tone II|
|A5||Lesson, St. John 8:31-36|
|A6||Cantata 80, Ein' feste Burg ist unser Gott|
|B1||Cantata 80 (Conclusion)|
|B3||Nunc Dimittis, Tone V, I|
|B6||Recessional Hymn, Nun danket alle Gott|
|B7||Organ, Nun danket alle Gott, BWV 657
Organ – Nancianne Parrella
NotesLutheran Vespers Organ
Frederick Grimes, Director
Nancianne Parrella, Assistant Director
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, New York City
The Rev. A. James Laughlin, Jr., Pastor
Engineered and Produced by David B. Hancock
Notes by William Hays
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code: HTL 1979
- Matrix / Runout: HTL 1979A
- Matrix / Runout: HTL 1979B