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SG 715

Johann Christoph Bach - Welt, gute Nacht

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2012

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

John Eliot Gardiner


Nicholas Mulroy

alto/tenor

Matthew Brook

bass

Peter Harvey

bass

Clare Wilkinson

mezzo-soprano

Katherine Fuge

soprano

Julia Doyle

soprano

James Gilchrist

tenor

Jeremy Budd

tenor

Maya Homburger

violin

English Baroque Solists



Venue:

Cadogan Hall, London

16th,17th & 19th Apr 2009

Producer:

Isabella de Sabata



Engineer:

Mike Hatch



Record Label
SDG

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Baroque

Total Time - 78:08
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JOHANN CHRISTOPH BACH

   
 

Welt, gute Nacht

 
1 Herr, wende dich und sei mir gnädig 13:03
2 Mit Weinen hebt sich's an 5:23
3 Wie bist du denn, o Gott 12:18
4 Der Gerechte, ob er gleich zu zeitlich stirbt 4:15
5 Ach, dass ich Wassers g'nug hätte 7:12
6 Furchte dich nicht 4:53
7 Es ist nun aus mit meinem Leben 6:52
8 Meine Freundin, du bist schön 24:12
   
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"...Johann Christoph has an ideal champion in John Eliot Gardiner. Gardiner, who, unlike the Bachs, is not plgued by inexpert choral singers, leads an octet of soloists in the choral parts(including the two arias) and a reduced English baroque Soloists in the larger works. The two lamentsare beautifully sung as solos by Matthew Brook and Clare Wilkinson. Gardiner finds both expressiveness and profundity in his readings..."This is a splendi release, and an important one, highly recommended..."

George Chien - Fanfare - March/April 2012
 


"... this disc is a veritable treasure trove of arias, laments, motets and dialogues arrange by Gardiner into a most satisfying and illuminating sequence. Subtlety of gesture and effect is the key to Johann Christoph’s style, and his music  can never have had such care lavished on it as evinced by the performance captured here. The singing and playing is of the highest standard (as one would expect from this source) ... Not to be missed"    *****

Philip Reed - Choir & Organ magazine - March/April 2012




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