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BACH, J.S.: Cantatas, Vol. 54 (Suzuki) - BWV 14, 100, 197, 197a

BACH, J.S.: Cantatas, Vol. 54 (Suzuki) - BWV 14, 100, 197, 197a

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 44.1Khz
album available as a Studio File
Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Masaaki Suzuki

Conductor

Damien Guillon

Soloist

Peter Kooij

Soloist

Hana Blazikova

Soloist

Bach Collegium Japan

Chamber

Venue:

Kobe Shoin Women's University Chapel, Japan

Venue

Record Label
BIS

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 74:35
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BACH, J.S.: Cantatas, Vol. 54 (Suzuki) - BWV 14, 100, 197, 197a

     
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JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

     
 

Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan, BWV 100

 
1 Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan (Chorus) 04:27
2 Duet: Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan (Alto, Tenor) 02:55
3 Aria: Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan (Soprano) 04:45
4 Aria: Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan (Bass) 03:20
5 Aria: Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan (Alto) 02:49
6 Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan (Chorus) 01:48
 Hana Blazikova Soloist
 Damien Guillon Soloist
     
 

War Gott nicht mit uns diese Zeit, BWV 14

 
7 War Gott nicht mit uns diese Zeit (Chorus) 05:01
8 Aria: Unsre Starke heisst zu schwach (Soprano) 04:10
9 Recitative: Ja, hatt es Gott nur zugegeben (Tenor) 00:45
10 Aria: Gott, bei deinem starken Schutzen (Bass) 03:46
11 Gott Lob und Dank (Chorus) 00:54
 Hana Blazikova Soloist
 Damien Guillon Soloist
     
 

Gott ist unsre Zuversicht, BWV 197

 
12 Gott ist unsre Zuversicht (Chorus) 05:56
13 Recitative: Gott ist und bleibt der beste Sorger (Bass) 01:13
14 Aria: Schlafert allen Sorgenkummer (Alto) 07:07
15 Recitative: Drum folget Gott und seinem Triebe (Bass) 00:44
16 Du susse Lieb, schenk uns deine Gunst (Chorus) 00:56
17 Aria: O du angenehmes Paar (Bass) 05:23
18 Recitative: So wie es Gott mit dir (Soprano) 01:27
19 Aria: Vergnugen und Lust (Soprano) 04:01
20 Recitative: Und dieser frohe Lebenslauf (Bass) 00:47
21 So wandelt froh auf Gottes Wegen (Chorus) 00:53
 Hana Blazikova Soloist
 Damien Guillon Soloist
     
 

Ehre sei Gott in der Hohe, BWV 197a

 
22 Aria: O! du angenehmer Schatz (Alto) 05:17
23 Recitative: Das Kind ist mein (Bass) 01:23
24 Aria: Ich lasse dich nicht (Bass) 03:51
25 Wohlan! so will ich mich (Chorus) 00:57
 Damien Guillon Soloist
 Peter Kooij Soloist
     
 Masaaki Suzuki Conductor


 As the penultimate volume in the acclaimed cycle recorded by Masaaki Suzuki and his Bach Collegium Japan sees the light of day, it is a sobering thought that as many as a hundred of Bach’s church cantatas may have been lost. The exact number would be difficult to ascertain, but what we do know is that Bach probably composed at least one more complete set of cantatas – for the church year of 1728-29 – and of this set only nine are extant. The fragment Ehre sei Gott in der Höhe, BWV197a, apparently intended for Christmas Day of 1728, is one of these. Bach’s autograph score lacks no fewer than 24 pages, meaning that the first three movements and a large proportion of the fourth have been lost. We are fortunate, however, in that nine years later Bach reused parts of the work in the large-scale wedding cantata Gott ist unsre Zuversicht, BWV197. This has made it possible to reconstruct the missing part of the fourth movement – an alto aria addressed to baby Jesus in the manger – and also allows for interesting comparisons between the two versions. The other two works included in this volume were both composed around 1735, and give rich evidence of Bach’s versatility in terms of style. The contrast is striking between the decidedly fashionable bass aria BWV100/4, with its syncopated melody and gossamer string writing, and the highly intricate counterpoint that Bach lays out in Wär Gott nicht mit uns, the opening chorus of BWV14.

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