Johann Sebastian Bach, Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki - Cantatas 45: ►39 ►129 ►187 (Gelobet Sei Der Herr) album flac
- Album: Cantatas 45: ►39 ►129 ►187 (Gelobet Sei Der Herr)
- FLAC: 1382 mb | MP3: 1439 mb
- Country: Europe
- Style: Baroque
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|Brich Dem Hungrigen Dein Brot, BWV 39 (Kantate zum 1. Sonntag Nach Trinitatis, 23. Juni 1726)||(20:20)|
|1||Prima Parte: 1. [Chorus]. Brich Dem Hungrigen Dein Brot …||7:05|
|2||Prima Parte: 2. Recitativo (Bass). Der Reiche Gott Wirft Seinen Überfluss …||1:27|
|3||Prima Parte: 3. Aria (Alto). Seinem Schöpfer Nach Auf Erden …||3:26|
|4||Seconda Parte: 4. [Aria] (Basso). Wohlzutun Und Mitzuteilen Vergesset Nicht …||2:37|
|5||Seconda Parte: 5. Aria (Soprano). Höchster, Was Ich Habe …||2:58|
|6||Seconda Parte: 6. Recitativo (Alto). Wie Soll Ich Dir, O Herr, Denn Sattsamlich Vergelten …||1:34|
|7||Seconda Parte: 7. Choral. Selig Sind, Die Aus Erbarmen …||1:02|
|Es Wartet Alles Auf Dich, BWV 187 (Kantate Zum 7. Sonntag Nach Trinitatis, 4. August 1726)||(20:04)|
|8||Prima Parte: 1. [Chorus]. Es Wartet Alles Auf Dich …||5:44|
|9||Prima Parte: 2. Recitativo (Basso). Was Kreaturen Hält …||0:56|
|10||Prima Parte: 3. Aria (Alto). Du Herr, Du Krönst Allein Das Jahr Mit Deinem Gut …||3:41|
|11||Seconda Parte: 4. [Aria] (Basso). Darum Sollt Ihr Nicht Sorgen Noch Sagen …||2:25|
|12||Seconda Parte: 5. Aria (Soprano). Gott Versorget Alles Leben …||3:50|
|13||Seconda Parte: 6. Recitativo (Soprano). Halt Ich Nur Fest An Ihm …||1:19|
|14||Seconda Parte: 7. Choral. Gott Hat Die Erde Zugericht' …||1:57|
|Gelobet Sei Der Herr, BWV 129 (Kantate Zum Trinitatisfest, 8. Juni 1727)||(17:28)|
|15||1. [Chorus]. Gelobet Sei Der Herr …||3:57|
|16||2. Aria (Basso). Gelobet Sei Der Herr …||3:23|
|17||3. Aria (Soprano). Gelobet Sei Der Herr …||3:55|
|18||4. Aria (Alto). Gelobet Sei Der Herr …||4:36|
|19||5. Chorale. Dem Wir Das Heilig Itzt …||1:29|
|20||Sinfonia D-Dur Für Violine Und Orchester, BWV 1045||6:28|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – BIS Records AB
- Copyright (c) – BIS Records AB
- Copyright (c) – Klaus Hofmann
- Copyright (c) – Marco Borggreve
- Copyright (c) – Koichi Miura
- Copyright (c) – Robert Workman
- Recorded At – Kobe Shoin Women's University, Japan
- Alto Vocals – Hiroya Aoki, Tamaki Suzuki
- Bass Vocals – Daisuke Fujii, Yusuke Watanabe
- Bass Vocals, Soloist – Peter Kooij
- Bassoon [Continuo] – Takako Kunugi
- Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
- Countertenor Vocals, Soloist, Alto Vocals – Robin Blaze
- Directed By – Masaaki Suzuki
- Edited By – Bastian Schick
- Engineer – Andreas Ruge
- Executive-Producer – Robert von Bahr
- Flute [Traverso Flute], Soloist – Kiyomi Suga
- Harpsichord [Cembalo, Continuo] – Masato Suzuki
- Liner Notes – Klaus Hofmann
- Liner Notes [English Translation] – Andrew Barnett
- Liner Notes [French Translation] – Jean-Pascal Vachon
- Oboe [I], Oboe d'Amore, Soloist – Masamitsu San'nomiya*
- Oboe [II] – Yukari Maehashi
- Orchestra, Chorus – Bach Collegium Japan
- Organ [Continuo] – Naoko Imai
- Photography By – Koichi Miura, Robert Workman
- Photography By [Front Cover] – Marco Borggreve
- Producer [Recording Producer], Mixed By – Ingo Petry
- Recorder [Flauto Dolce I] – Shigeharu Yamaoka
- Recorder [Flauto Dolce II] – Akimasa Mukae
- Soprano Vocals – Akio Mitsui, Kristen Witmer, Yoshie Hida
- Soprano Vocals, Soloist – Yukari Nonoshita
- Technician [Tuner] – Akimi Hayashi
- Tenor Vocals – Hiroto Ishikawa , Yosuke Taniguchi, Yusuke Fujii
- Timpani – Atsushi Sugahara
- Trumpet [Tromba I] – Toshio Shimada
- Trumpet [Tromba II] – Hidenori Saito
- Trumpet [Tromba III] – Ayako Murata
- Viola – Amiko Watabe, Yoshiko Morita
- Violin [I] – Paul Herrera, Yuko Takeshima
- Violin [I], Soloist, Leader – Natsumi Wakamatsu
- Violin [II] – Azumi Takada, Shiho Hiromi, Yuko Araki
- Violoncello [Continuo] – Hidemi Suzuki
- Violone [Continuo] – Takashi Konno
NotesRecorded in February 2009 at the Kobe Shoin Women's University Chapel, Japan
© & ℗ 2009
Cantatas from Leipzig 1726
Equipment: Neumann microphones; RME Octamic D microphone preamplifier and
high resolution A/D converter; Sequoia Workstation; Pyramix DSD Workstation;
B&W Nautilus 802 loudspeakers; STAX headphones
The Bach Collegium Japan and this production are sponsored by NEC.
Special thanks to Kobe Shoin Women’s University
36 page digital booklet with liner notes in English, German and French, including the original sung text and the English Translation.
Originally released on SACD in October 2009
|BIS-SACD-1801||Johann Sebastian Bach, Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki||Johann Sebastian Bach, Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki - Cantatas 45: ►39 ►129 ►187 (Gelobet Sei Der Herr) (SACD, Hybrid, Multichannel)||BIS||BIS-SACD-1801||Europe||2009|
The ongoing cycle of Bach cantata releases by conductor Masaaki Suzuki and his Japan Bach Collegium has been a major fixture of the ce scene in the first years of the 21st century. Gelobet sei der Herr. Johann Sebastian Bach. Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki.
Bach – Cantatas, Vo. 5. Bach, Johann Sebastian. During the period from which these three cantatas come, Bach no longer presented a new cantata of his own every Sunday. Instead he made extensive use of compositions by others, including his own second cousin Johann Ludwig Bach, court composer at Meiningen. The third cantata, Gelobet sei der Herr, mein Gott, is also unusual in its structure, in that it utilizes five strophes of a single hymn, word for word. The hymn strophes are respectively used for an opening chorus, three arias and a closing chorale, with the first and fifth movement - resplendently scored with trumpets and timpani - utilizing the same hymn melody, although in very different ways.
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). The sacred cantatas. performed by. Hana Blazikova, soprano. Yukari Nonoshita, soprano. Carolyn Sampson, soprano. Midori Suzuki, soprano. Robin Blaze, countertenor. Yoshikazu Mera, countertenor. Makoto Sakurada, tenor. Petrus 20 May 2019 at 19:45. En verdad os digo que este blog es una maravilla y que este post llega como un bálsamo en un momento tan duro de mi existencia. Infinitas gracias! ReplyDelete. nikola kodjabashia 21 May 2019 at 07:06.
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach. Countertenor Vocals, Soloist, Alto Vocals – Robin Blaze. Directed By – Masaaki Suzuki. Engineer – Andreas Ruge. Recording equipment: Neumann microphones; RME Octamic D microphone preamplifier and high resolution A/D converter; Sequoia Workstation; Pyramix DSD Workstation; B&W Nautilus 802 loudspeakers; STAX headphones. The Bach Collegium Japan and this production are sponsored by NEC. Special thanks to Kobe Shoin Women’s University. TT: 62:28 36 page digital booklet with liner notes in English, German and French, including the original sung text and the English Translation.
Bach Collegium Japan Masaaki Suzuki – conductor. Johann Sebastian Bach wrote approaching 200 cantatas for liturgical use almost always intended for a specific feast or function in the Lutheran church calendar. A number of complete (or virtually complete) cycles of Bach’s surviving cantatas have already been recorded. On the BIS label Masaaki Suzuki with his Bach Collegium Japan commenced his complete Bach cantata cycle in 1995. Suzuki is now on the home stretch having reached volume 45. This comprises a collection of three church chorale cantatas from Leipzig in 1726 that require parts for alto, soprano and bass soloists. Kooij’s bass aria Gelobet sei der Herr (Praise be the Lord) is notable for the long held notes in the vocal line positioned over a weighty basso continuo. Considerable vocal display is required in the soprano aria Gelobet sei der Herr (Praised be the Lord).
O heilges Geist- und Wasserbad (O holy bath of Spirit and water), BWV 165, is a church cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach. He composed it in Weimar for Trinity Sunday and led the first performance on 16 June 1715. Bach had taken up regular cantata composition a year before when he was promoted to concertmaster at the Weimar court, writing one cantata per month to be performed in the Schlosskirche, the court chapel in the ducal Schloss.
Bach Collegium Japan (BCJ) is composed of an orchestra and a chorus specializing in Baroque music, playing on period instruments. It was founded in 1990 by Masaaki Suzuki with the purpose of introducing Japanese audiences to European Baroque music. Suzuki still remains its music director.
Since founding Bach Collegium Japan in 1990, Masaaki Suzuki has established himself as a leading authority on the works of Bach. He has remained their Music Director ever since, taking them regularly to major venues and festivals in Europe and the USA and building up an outstanding reputation for the expressive refinement and truth of his performances. Johann Sebastian Bach, Complete Cantatas (55). Used drive : Optiarc DVD RW AD-7203A Adapter: 4 ID: 1. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.
Gelobet sei der Herr, mein Gott (Praised be the Lord, my God), BWV 129, is a church cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach. It is a chorale cantata performed on Trinity Sunday 8 June 1727 in Leipzig. Rediscovery of the printed libretto of the cantata in the first decade of the 21st century led to a re-appraisal of prior assumptions regarding the early performance chronology of a few cantatas, including this one.
5. Bach: Cantatas, Vol 5 (BWV 18, 152, 155, 161, 143) /Bach Collegium Japan Suzuki. Bach: The Complete Sacred Cantatas. Bach Collegium Japan. Bach: Secular Cantatas, Vol. 7. Dominik Wörner. 2. Cantata No. 91, 'Gelobet seist su, Jesu Christ,' BWV 91 (BC A9): 2. Recitativo (Soprano). 3. 91, 'Gelobet seist su, Jesu Christ,' BWV 91 (BC A9): 3. Aria (Tenore).