CD 1  
 JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
  For the Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity  
 There is no soundness in my flesh BWV 25 17:42  
1 1 Chorus with instrumental choral - There is no soundness in my flesh because of Thine anger; 6:38
2 2 Recitative: Tenor - The entire world is but a hospital where countless human beings and even children in the cradle lie gravely ill. 1:36
3 3 Aria: Bass - Ah, where can I, poor man, find help? 4:13
4 4 Recitative: Soprano - O Jesus, dear Master, 1:09
5 5 Aria: Soprano - Open to my poor songs, 2:57
6 6 Chorale - All my days I shall praise Thy mighty hand, 1:09
   
 Jesus, who hast wrested my soul BWV 78 23:05  
7 1 Chorus (Chorale) Jesus, who hast wrested my sould through Thy bitter death 6:30
8 2 Aria (Duest): Soprano, Alto - We hasten with weak but diligent steps, 4:20
9 3 Recitative: Tenor - Ah! I am a child of sin. 2:09
10 4 Aria: Tenor - Thy blood, which cancels my guilt, 3:36
11 5 Recitative: Bass - The wounds, the nails, the crown and the grave, 2:08
12 6 Now shalt Thou quieten my conscience, 3:08
13 7 Chorale - Lord, I believe, help my weakness, let me not despair 1:15
   
 Whoso offereth praise glorifieth Me BWV 17 16:24  
  Part 1  
14 1 Chorus - Whose offereth praise glorifieth Me; and in this way I shall show him the salvation of God 4:26
15 2 Recitative: Alto - The whole world must become a silent witness of God's exalted majesty, 1:01
16 3 Aria: Soprano - Lord, Thy goodness reaches as far as heaven, 3:08
   
  Part II  
17 4 Recitative: Tenor - And one of them, when he saw that he was healed, 0:42
18 5 Aria: Tenor - What excess of goodness dost Thou give me! 3:21
19 6 Recitative: Bass - Look upon my will, I know what I am; 1:13
20 7 Chorale - As a father has mercy on his little children, 2:33
   
  CD 1 TT: 57:27      
   
 Malin Hartelius soprano
 Robin Tyson alto
 James Gilchrist tenor
 Peter Harvey bass
   
  CD 2  
  For the Feast of St Michael and All Angels  
 Now is come salvation and strength BWV 50 3:15  
1 1 Chorus - Now is come salvation and strength, 3:15
   
 Lord God, we all praise Thee BWV 130 15:30  
2 1 Chorus (Chorale) - Lord God, we all praise Thee, 2:58
3 2 Recitative: Alto - Their radiance and high wisdom show how God inclines Himself to man 0:50
4 3 Aria: Bass - The ancient dragon burns with envy 4:23
5 4 Recitative (Duet): Soprano, Tenor - It is well for us that, day and night, 1:19
6 5 Aria: Tenor - Grant, O Prince of the Cherubim, 4:37
7 6 Chorale - Therefore we justly praise Thee and thank Thee, O God, eternally, 1:22
   
 There arose a war BWV 19 20:24  
8 1 Chorus - There arose a war. 3:50
9 2 Recitative: Bass - Praise God! The dragon is laid low. 0:51
10 3 Aria: Soprano - God sends us to Mahanaim; 4:37
11 4 Recitative: Tenor - What is vile man, that child of earth? 0:51
12 5 Aria with instrumental chorale: Tenor - Stay, ye angels, stay by me! 8:03
13 6 Recitative: Soprano - Let us love the countenance of righteous angels, 0:36
14 7 Chorale - Let Thine angel travel with me on Elijah's fiery chariot 1:35
   
 The voice of rejoicing and salvation BWV 149 18:21  
15 1 Chorus - The voice of rejoicing and salvation is in the tabernacles of the righteous; 3:48
16 2 Aria: Bass - Might and power be sung to God, 2:41
17 3 Recitative: Alto - I have no fear of a thousand foes. 0:44
18 4 Aria: Soprano - The angels of God never retreat. 5:06
19 5 Recitative: Tenor - I give Thee thanks, my dear God, for this; 0:35
20 6 Aria (Duet): Alto, tenor - Be wakeful, you hold watchmen, 3:30
21 7 Chorale - Ah Lord, let Thy dear angel bear this soul of mine, when I die, 1:57
   
  CD 2 TT: 57:44      
   
 Malin Hartelius soprano
 Richard Wyn-Roberts alto
 James Gilchrist tenor
 Peter Harvey bass
   
 John Eliot Gardiner
   
  Cover photography by Steve McCurry