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BACH, J.S.: Cantatas, Vol. 30 (Suzuki) - BWV 51, 210, 1127 (Solo Cantatas)

BACH, J.S.: Cantatas, Vol. 30 (Suzuki) - BWV 51, 210, 1127 (Solo Cantatas)

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2011

Recorded in 24 Bit / 44.1Khz
album available as a Studio File
Originally recorded in 2006

Artists:

Bach Collegium Japan


Suzuki, Masaaki


Masaaki Suzuki

Soloist

Record Label
BIS

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Total Time - 72:47
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BACH, J.S.: Cantatas, Vol. 30 (Suzuki) - BWV 51, 210, 1127 (Solo Cantatas)

 

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

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Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen!, BWV 51

 
1 Aria: Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen! (Soprano) 4:30
2 Recitative: Wir beten zu dem Tempel an (Soprano) 2:21
3 Aria: Hochster, mache deine Gute (Soprano) 4:41
4 Chorale: Sei Lob und Preis mit Ehren (Soprano) 3:17
5 Finale: Alleluja! (Soprano) 2:03
     
 

Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn, BWV 1127

 
6 Verse 1: Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn wird einher Wundersegen ziehn 4:05
7 Verse 2: Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn wird einher Jesus Segen ziehn 4:00
8 Verse 3: Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn wird einher Landessegen ziehn 4:00
9 Verse 4: Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn wird einher Himmelssegen ziehn 4:04
10 Verse 5: Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn wird einher edlen Segen ziehn 4:07
11 Verse 6: Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn wird einher Lebens-Segen ziehn 4:00
12 Verse 7: Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn wird einher manchen Segen ziehn 4:07
13 Verse 8: Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn wird einher ew'gen Segen ziehn 4:05
14 Verse 9: Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn wird einher reichen Segen ziehn 4:08
15 Verse 10: Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn wird einher neuen Segen ziehn 4:07
16 Verse 11: Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn wird einher Seelensegen ziehn 4:06
17 Verse 12: Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn wird einher tausend Segen ziehn 4:06
     
18 

O holder Tag, erwunschte Zeit, BWV 210

7:00
     
 Masaaki Suzuki Soloist
 Suzuki, Masaaki


When the German musicologist Michael Maul found a previously unknown work by Bach in the archives of the Anna Amalia Library in Weimar, at first he didn’t believe his eyes. When the discovery was made public in June 2005, it naturally caused a sensation. Being a strophic aria with the stanzas separated from each other by a ritornello, Alles mit Gott is unique in Bach’s production, and was composed in 1713 for the celebrations of the birthday of Wilhelm Ernst, Duke of Sachsen-Weimar, Bach’s employer at the time. This is the first recording of the complete aria, with all its twelve verses. In his liner notes, Michael Maul discusses the possibility of the work having been divided into parts that were performed at various points during a special church service.

The album opens with a much more well-known work, however. It is the solo cantata Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen, in which Bach creates church music in the spirit of the Italian instrumental concerto, with a soprano and a trumpet taking turns in writing that is both highly virtuosic and expressive.

The soprano soloist in both works is Carolyn Sampson, whose previous collaboration with Masaaki Suzuki and the Bach Collegium Japan was greeted with high praise from the critics: ‘Sampson is set to become a Bach singer of real stature’ was the verdict in The Gramophone, whereas the Spanish magazine CD Compact described her performance as ‘simply out of this world’. From this album, BIS 1411, comes the bonus track Spielet, ihr beseelten Lieder (from the Wedding Cantata BWV 210) which closes the present release.

Artistic Quality 10              Sound Quantity 10                      Overall Impression 10

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