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BACH, J.S.: Cantatas, Vol. 16 (Gardiner) - BWV 28, 122, 152, 190, 225

BACH, J.S.: Cantatas, Vol. 16 (Gardiner) - BWV 28, 122, 152, 190, 225

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release date: October 2013

Originally recorded in 2000

Artists:

John Eliot Gardiner

Conductor

Texas All-State Women's Choir

Choir

James Gilchrist

Soloist

Katherine Fuge

Soloist

Daniel Taylor

Soloist

Joanne Lunn

Soloist

Gillian Keith

Soloist

Peter Harvey

Soloist

Monteverdi Choir

Choral

English Baroque Soloists

Chamber

Venue:

St Bartholomew's Church, New York, USA

Venue

Record Label
SDG

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 76:48
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BACH, J.S.: Cantatas, Vol. 16 (Gardiner) - BWV 28, 122, 152, 190, 225

     
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JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

     
1 

Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied, BWV 225

12:59
 Texas All-State Women's Choir Choir
     
 

Tritt auf die Glaubensbahn, BWV 152

 
2 Sinfonia 03:18
3 Aria: Tritt auf die Glaubensbahn (Bass) 02:47
4 Recitative: Der Heiland ist gesetzt in Israel (Bass) 01:51
5 Aria: Stein, der uber alle Schatze, hilf (Soprano) 04:33
6 Recitative: Es argre sich die kluge Welt (Bass) 01:17
7 Duet: Wie soll ich dich, Liebster der Seelen, umfassen (Soprano, Bass) 04:14
 Gillian Keith Soloist
 Peter Harvey Soloist
     
 

Das neugeborne Kindelein, BWV 122

 
8 Das neugeborne Kindelein (Chorus) 03:46
9 Aria: O Menschen, die ihr taglich sundigt (Bass) 05:07
10 Recitative: Die Engel, welche sich zuvor (Soprano) 01:22
11 Aria and Chorale: Ist Gott versohnt und unser Freund (Soprano, Tenor, Alto) 02:36
12 Recitative: Dies ist ein Tag (Bass) 01:23
13 Chorale: Es bringt das rechte Jubeljahr 00:40
 Katherine Fuge Soloist
 Daniel Taylor Soloist
     
 

Gottlob! Nun geht das Jahr zu Ende, BWV 28

 
14 Aria: Gottlob! nun geht das Jahr zu Ende (Soprano) 03:57
15 Nun lob, mein Seel, den Herren (Chorus) 04:25
16 Recitative: So spricht der Herr (Bass) 01:19
17 Recitative: Gott ist ein Quell, wo lauter Gute fleusst (Tenor) 01:07
18 Aria: Gott hat uns im heurigen Jahre gesegnet (Alto, Tenor) 02:20
19 Chorale: All solch dein Gut wir preisen (Chorus) 00:56
 Joanne Lunn Soloist
 Daniel Taylor Soloist
     
 

Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied, BWV 190

 
20 Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied (Chorus) 04:26
21 Chorale and Recitative: Herr Gott, dich loben wir (Bass, Tenor, Alto) 01:24
22 Aria: Lobe, Zion, deinen Gott (Alto) 02:32
23 Recitative: Es wunsche sich die Welt (Bass) 01:22
24 Duet: Jesus soll mein alles sein (Tenor, Bass) 03:29
25 Recitative: Nun, Jesus, gebe (Tenor) 01:29
26 Chorale: Lass uns das Jahr vollbringen (Chorus) 02:09
 Daniel Taylor Soloist
 James Gilchrist Soloist
     
 John Eliot Gardiner Conductor


Volume 16 was recorded at the 59th and final concert in John Eliot Gardiner’s triumphant year-long adventure, in a packed - and hushed - St Bartholomew’s New York.

It opens with Bach’s great double-choir motet, BWV 225 Singet dem Herrn. BWV 152 Tritt auf die Glaubensbahn follows. Bach shapes this intimate chamber piece, scored only for soprano, bass and six instruments, as a spiritual and musical journey. BWV 122 Das neugeborne Kindelein, a chorale cantata composed in 1724 as part of Bach’s second mini-Christmas cycle for Leipzig, is as close to the traditional Christmas carol-like image of the infant Jesus as Bach ever got. BWV 190 Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied! was composed for New Year’s Day 1724, of which the first two movements have had to be partially reconstructed since only the voice lines and two violin parts survived. Between the psalm verses Bach inserts two lines from Luther’s vernacular version of the Te Deum (1529). These he assigns to the traditional liturgical plain-chant delivered in long notes by the choir in octaves, a technique of musical relief of which he was a master - and which is hugely imposing in performance. 

A year later, as part of his third Leipzig cycle, Bach presented BWV 28 Gottlob! nun geht das Jahr zu Ende, a fitting title to sum up the parallel sense of loss and fulfilment, relief and regret within the Monteverdi Choir and English Baroque Soloists at the very end of a year-long, life-changing experience.

 

"There is a genuine pilgrim’s humility about this recording that contrasts tellingly with the magnificence of the achievement. Gardiner has made history"

The Times




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