3 edition of Cantatas nos. 107-109. found in the catalog.
Cantatas nos. 107-109.
Johann Sebastian Bach
|Series||Kalmus study scores ; 835|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||262 p. : music, facsims. ; 18 cm.|
|Number of Pages||262|
Perhaps the mark of a truly great performance is its ability to resist the fashions of an age. These Bach cantatas could be described as "old fashioned" in their steadiness of speed, the timbre of the singers and instrumentalists, and so on; but just sample the opening movement of cantata no. and you'll find a quality almost always absent from modern performances: 5/5(1). Cantatas 49, 98, , , & The Monteverdi Choir, The English Baroque Soloists Cantatas for the Twentieth Sunday after Trinity As Eric Chafe concludes, ‘since St John’s Gospel is known as the Book of Signs, and since the tonal plan of Bach’s St John Passion appears to have been conceived as a form of play on the.
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C J.S. Bach: Dialogue Cantatas - Nos. 57, 58, 59 & Cantatas BWV 57 , BWV 58 , BWV 59 , BWV : Pál Németh: Savaria Vocal Ensemble (Artistic Director: István Deáky) [ 59] / Capella Savaria (on authentic instruments) [ 58, 59] a'= Hz / cps Soprano: Mária Zádori; Bass: László Polgár Mérton Brandisz (Recorder) [BWV ]; . Geiringer assumed in (p) that Cantata BWV 15 was Sebastian's first cantata, composed in , also based on Spitta's findings (I) affirmed by Whittaker (JSB Cantatas I: ). Geiringer says that the work conforms to Bach's pattern in the early cantatas (Nos. 31, 71, and in Mühlhausen), "although the work obviously was.
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Cantatas No. By Johann Sebastian Bach Choral Miniature Score Item: K $ This item is permanently out of print. Share. Product Details. Additional Information. Series: Kalmus Edition: Composed by: Johann Sebastian Bach: Ensemble: Choir:Category: Choral Worship Collection (Miniature Score).
Get this from a library. Cantatas nos. [Johann Sebastian Bach]. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Johann Sebastian Bach / Barbara Scherler, Georg Jelden, Jakob Staempfli*, Heinrich Schütz Choir Of Heilbronn*, Pforzheim Chamber Orchestra*, Fritz Werner - Cantatas Nos.
,7 at Discogs. Complete your Cantatas nos. 107-109. book Sebastian Bach / Barbara Scherler, Georg Jelden, Jakob Staempfli*, 5/5(1). Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for J. Bach: Cantatas Nos.80 / Motet: Jesu, Meine Freude at Read honest and /5. This all-J.S. Bach album showcases the young British ensemble Amici Voices in two JSB cantatas, BWV andthe unaccompanied vocal motet "Komm, Jesu, komm" (BWV ), and the solo organ work "O Gott, du frommer Gott" (BWV ), featured after BWV /5(2).
Bach: Cantatas Nos 9, & (their music appears in both the original first and second violin part-books) and with organ continuo (used by Bach in a later revival). (BWV), where almost the entire Gloria is made up of the opening chorus and three of the cantata’s Cantatas nos.
107-109. book (Nos 3, 4 and 5) in parody form. These somewhat older recordings of three of Bach's greatest cantatas deliver superb music making. Cantata features memorably articulate, vibrant and focused singing by a young Joan Sutherland; the performance of the famous chorale, though taken perhaps a tad slow, richly serves the incumbent spirituality of Bach's music/5(13).
History. Bach's earliest cantatas are church cantatas, although his early Wedding Quodlibet is sometimes grouped with the secular cantatas. The oldest extant secular cantata is from his Weimar period where he composed the Hunting Cantata (BWVfirst version) for the birthday of Christian, Duke of Saxe-Weissenfels on 23 February The libretto was written by.
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Bach: Cantatas Nos. 80,; Motet and Les Grandes Cantates. BWV has also been reissued in a combination with BWV and 78 on EMI 25 (all with Gönnenwein). Warmly recommended/5(8). Johann Sebastian Bach composed the church cantata Was willst du dich betrüben (Why would you grieve), BWV in Leipzig for the seventh Sunday after Trinity and first performed on 23 July The chorale cantata is based on the words of Johann Heermann's hymn in seven stanzas "Was willst du dich betrüben" ().
Bach structured the cantata, the seventh work in his chorale cantata Chorale: "Was willst du dich betrüben", by. Bach: Cantatas Nos BWV 82 & BWV Thomas Quasthoff proves a wonderfully eloquent baritone soloist in all three of these cantatas, accompanied by orchestra, that manage to combine the best of both worlds - the tonal power and richness of modern instruments married to the stylishness and.
Cello, basso continuo 17th Sunday after Trinity until the Sunday after Christmas: Cantatas Nos. Composed by Georg Philipp Telemann ().
Edited by Gustav Fock. This edition: urtext edition. Paperback. Telemann Musical Works. Volume 5. Part(s), anthology. Baerenreiter Verlag #BA Published by Baerenreiter Verlag ( Book 1: No. 2 in A minor: Vivace-Moderato Book 1: No. 3 in G major: Larghetto-Allegro Assai Book 1: No.
4 in E minor: Allegretto-Lento Book 1: No. 5 in D major: Tempo Ad Libitum, Rubato-Sostenuto Book 1: No. 6 in B minor: Comodo-Moderato Book 1: No. 7 in A major: Allegro-L'Istesso Tempo Book 1: No. 8 in F sharp minor: Adagio-Moderato Book 1: No. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Bach: Cantatas Nos.
82 & at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5(5). Bleib bei uns, denn es will Abend werden (Stay with us, for evening falls), BWV 6, is a cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach for use in a Lutheran service.
He composed it in Leipzig in for Easter Monday and first performed it on 2 April The prescribed readings for the feast day were Peter's sermon from the Acts of the Apostles, and the Road to Emmaus narration from Chorale: "Ach bleib bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ", by.
Buy Bach: Cantatas, Nos &in Very Good condition. Our cheap used products come with free delivery. Barcode: Price: $ Johann Sebastian Bach composed the church cantata Nimm von uns, Herr, du treuer Gott (Take away from us, Lord, faithful God), BWV in Leipzig for the tenth Sunday after Trinity and first performed it on 13 August The chorale cantata is Occasion: Tenth Sunday after Trinity.
The cantata is based on a song of penitence, "Ach, lieben Christen, seid getrost", in six stanzas by Johannes Gigas (), sung to the melody of "Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält ".The hymn is only distantly related to the readings, concentrating on the thought that the Christians sin and deserve punishment, but may be raised to joy in a "seliger Tod" (blessed death).Occasion: 17th Sunday after Trinity.
Also included are previously authorized but unreleased recordings of J. S. Bach’s Cantatas Nos. 26 & 36, Beethoven’s Christus am Ölberge and Dvořák’s Stabat Mater.
The set comes with a pages coffee-table book featuring a newly written essay on Nikolaus Harnoncourt – musician, conductor and researcher – plus all of his own liner.Cantatas Nos.incl.
No. 49, Ich geh' und suche mit Verlangen By Johann Sebastian Bach Vocal Miniature Score Item: KCategory: Vocal Collection (Miniature Score).One of the best known of Bach's earlier cantatas, No.
("God's time is the best of all times") was almost certainly composed as a funeral work, possibly for the obsequies of Bach's uncle Tobias Lämmerwirt, who died in August Frequently referred to as the "Actus tragicus," it was probably written in Mühlhausen, the Thuringian town in which Bach served as organist in .