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BACH, J.E.: Passionsoratorium / Wenn Donnerwolken uber dir sich turmen / Meine Seele erhebt den Herrn (Max)

BACH, J.E.: Passionsoratorium / Wenn Donnerwolken uber dir sich turmen / Meine Seele erhebt den Herrn (Max)

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2012

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Kleine Konzert, Das


Max, Hermann


Christoph Pregardien

Soloist

Barbara Schlick

Soloist

David Cordier

Soloist

Hermann Max

Soloist

Stephen Varcoe

Soloist

Stuttgart Gachinger Kantorei



Record Label
Capriccio

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 122:44
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BACH, J.E.: Passionsoratorium / Wenn Donnerwolken uber dir sich turmen / Meine Seele erhebt den Herrn (Max)

     
     
 

BIBLE



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Passionsoratorium

 
1 Chorale: O Seele, deren Sehnen aus heil'gen (Chorus) 1:01
 Stephen Varcoe Soloist
     
2 Kommt! Lasst uns anbeten (Chorus) 1:57
 Hermann Max Soloist
     
 

JOHANN ERNST BACH

3 Arioso: Ist's moglich, Vater (Tenor) 1:47
 Hermann Max Soloist
     
 

BIBLE

4 Recitative: Ihn, dem zum hohen Mut die Stunde winkt (Soprano) 2:00
 David Cordier Soloist
     
5 Aria: Mein Geist! Ach, kannst du jetzo schlafen? (Soprano) 7:27
 David Cordier Soloist
     
 

JOHANN ERNST BACH

6 Recitative: O Gegend, die du sonst von milden Lehren (Tenor) 3:19
 Barbara Schlick Soloist
     
7 Aria: Du Hand des Segens (Tenor) 7:52
 Hermann Max Soloist
     
 

BIBLE

8 Chorale: Brich das schnode Zauberband (Chorus) 0:43
 Barbara Schlick Soloist
     
9 Recitative: Er naht dem Blutpalaste schon (Counter-Tenor) 1:48
 David Cordier Soloist
     
10 Duet, Arioso: Sollt, einst ich was Unedles wagen (Soprano, Counter-Tenor) 3:56
 Stephen Varcoe Soloist
     
 

JOHANN ERNST BACH

11 Chorale: Schlage, Jesu, an mein Herz (Chorus) 0:56
 Christoph Pregardien Soloist
     
12 Recitative: Und nun sieht der verhohnte Held (Bass) 1:19
 Hermann Max Soloist
     
13 Aria: Morder, und ihr fordert (Tenor) 2:13
 Hermann Max Soloist
     
 

BIBLE

14 Die Stimme eures Bruders Blut (Chorus) 0:59
 David Cordier Soloist
     
15 Chorale: Lernt auch ihr, die der Fluch bewegt (Chorus) 0:43
 David Cordier Soloist
     
 

JOHANN ERNST BACH

16 Recitative: Man sieht die Geissel schon (Counter-Tenor) 2:34
 Stephen Varcoe Soloist
     
 

BIBLE

17 Aria: Und ich betrate nicht die Pfade (Soprano) 8:08
 Christoph Pregardien Soloist
     
 

JOHANN ERNST BACH

18 Die muden Seelen starket er (Chorus) 1:14
 Hermann Max Soloist
     
19 Chorale: So wie er sie getragen (Chorus) 0:43
 Barbara Schlick Soloist
     
 

BIBLE

20 Recitative: Er geht, und seine Tritte netzen Zahren (Bass) 3:11
 David Cordier Soloist
     
 

JOHANN ERNST BACH

21 Chorale: Wenn ich fur Gericht soll treten (Chorus) 0:58
 Hermann Max Soloist
     
22 Recitative: Jetzt schaut vom Weltaltar (Counter-Tenor) 3:31
 Christoph Pregardien Soloist
     
     


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1 Chorale: Nur Trost ist's, der vom Mundle fliesst (Chorus) 1:04
 Barbara Schlick Soloist
     
2 Die Strafe liegt auf ihm (Chorus) 1:29
 Hermann Max Soloist
     
 

BIBLE

3 Arioso: Das du den Hirten Freude sangst (Soprano, Chorus) 6:44
 Barbara Schlick Soloist
     
4 Recitative: Der ew'ge Hohepriester schliesst (Tenor) 2:39
 Christoph Pregardien Soloist
     
 

JOHANN ERNST BACH

5 O du Mauer der Tochter Zion (Chorus) 1:53
 David Cordier Soloist
     
6 Adagio: Rollt, Zahren, mild die Brust hinab (Counter-Tenor, Tenor) 4:03
 David Cordier Soloist
     
7 Aria: Blut der herrlichsten Erlosung (Soprano) 8:33
 Hermann Max Soloist
     
8 Jerusalem sei getrost (Chorus) 1:17
 Barbara Schlick Soloist
     
9 Chorale: Der du, die nach dir sich nennen (Chorus) 0:58
 Stephen Varcoe Soloist
     
 

BIBLE

10 Freunde Jesu, weint indessen (Chorus) 6:02
 David Cordier Soloist
     
 

BIBLE - OLD TESTAMENT

 

Wenn Donnerwolken uber dir sich turmen (Das Vertrauen der Christen auf Gott)

 
11 Wenn Donnerwolken uber dir sich turmen (Chorus) 4:19
 Hermann Max Soloist
     
 

JOHANN ERNST BACH

12 Accompagnato: Hab ich mit Zweifeln nah streiten (Tenor) 1:24
 Hermann Max Soloist
     
 

BIBLE - OLD TESTAMENT

13 Aria: Gott wird nicht immerdar verstossen (Tenor) 3:49
 Hermann Max Soloist
     
14 O Gott, wo ist ein Gott wie du (Chorus) 7:02
 Hermann Max Soloist
     
 

JOHANN ERNST BACH

 

Meine Seele erhebt den Herrn

 
15 Meine Seele erhebt den Herrn (Chorus) 1:57
 Hermann Max Soloist
     
 

BIBLE

16 Denn er hat seine elende Magd (Soprano, Chorus) 1:43
 David Cordier Soloist
     
 

JOHANN ERNST BACH

17 Und seine Barmherzigkeit (Soprano, Counter-Tenor) 2:16
 Barbara Schlick Soloist
     
 

BIBLE

18 Er ubet Gewalt mit seinem Arm (Chorus) 1:46
 David Cordier Soloist
     
19 Die Hungrigen fullet er (Soprano, Counter-Tenor, Tenor, Bass) 1:51
 Hermann Max Soloist
     
20 Wie er geredet hat unsern Vatern (Chorus) 0:59
 Stephen Varcoe Soloist
     
21 Lob und Preis sei Gott, dem Vater (Soprano, Counter-Tenor, Tenor, Bass, Chorus) 1:01
 Stephen Varcoe Soloist
     
 

JOHANN ERNST BACH

22 Wie es war im Anfang (Chorus) 1:36
 Hermann Max Soloist
 Max, Hermann


Despite the rich tradition provided by the former genre of the Passion of Christ set to music,  only two works  have been able to establish temselves permanently - the two monumental Passions by Johann Sebastian Bach. The Passion Oratorio by Johann Ernst Bach, the nephew, godson and pupil of Johann Sebastian, is one of the lesser-known works. With his explicit commitment to sacred music, Johann Ernst Bach occupies an extremely isolated position among the Protestant German composers of the second half of the 18th century. Although the religious works of both Telemann and J. S.Bach were, in his opinion, "admirable masterpieces", he strongly criticized the decay of sacred music during his own generation and demanded that this be counteracted by "artistic and regular styles of composition".

"It is the choral writing in these three scores that most catches my ear. Johann Ernst chose to avoid the severe contrapuntalism of his uncle and mentor, preferring a more flowing and beautifully shaped polyphony, with dramatic undercurrents ... Hermann Max can always draw on fine soloists: the team of Schlick, Cordier, Pregardien, and Varcoe is particularly fine in the Passion. Schlick’s singing is lovely, and Pregardien is really fresh and outstanding in both the Passion and the Psalm Ode. Choral and orchestral forces are polished and ever-reliable, under Max’s knowing and stylish leadership. If you are curious about lesser-known Bachs, and if you missed this set last time, do grab this now. "

John W Barker - American Record Guide - September 2012




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