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J.S. Bach – Cantatas, Vol.45

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Catalogue numberBIS-SACD-1801
Release date2009-10-19
Discs1
Orig. sample rate44100Hz

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. In several instances, Bach also reused texts set by Johann Ludwig for his own compositions, including two of the cantatas here, Brich dem Hungrigen dein Brot and Es wartet alles auf dich. Both of these follow a pattern which falls into two parts, with the opening text of each section being taken from the Old and the New Testament respectively. 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. The three arias (for bass, soprano and alto) are more intimate in size, but also highly varied, addressing in turn Christ, the Holy Spirit and the full Trinity. The disc closes with a movement for solo violin and orchestra, thought to be an opening sinfonia for an unknown cantata. It is possibly a late arrangement of an early work, as the highly virtuosic solo part seems to suggest influences from the Italian violin concertos that were making such an impact in Germany during the first decades of the 18th century. With this disc the cantata series of Bach Collegium Japan and Masaaki Suzuki reaches its 45th instalment, to ever-growing acclaim, as exemplified by a recent review regarding Volume 42: 'a recording which shows Suzuki maturing along with Bach... another fine instalment in this most consistent of series' (International Record Review).
 
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  Composer: Bach, Johann Sebastian
  Brich dem Hungrigen dein Brot, BWV39 20:09
01 1. [Chorus]. Brich dem Hungrigen dein Brot… 07:05 $ 1.49 USD
02 2. Recitativo (Basso). Der reiche Gott wirft seinen
Überfluss…
01:27 $ 0.30 USD
03 3. Aria (Alto). Seinem Schöpfer noch auf Erden… 03:26 $ 0.72 USD
04 4. [Aria] (Basso). Wohlzutun und mitzuteilen vergesset
nicht…
02:37 $ 0.55 USD
05 5. Aria (Soprano). Höchster, was ich habe… 02:58 $ 0.62 USD
06 6. Recitativo (Alto). Wie soll ich dir, o Herr, denn
sattsamlich vergelten…
01:34 $ 0.33 USD
07 7. Choral. Selig sind, die aus Erbarmen… 01:02 $ 0.22 USD
 
 
  Composer: Bach, Johann Sebastian
  Es wartet alles auf dich, BWV187 19:52
08 1. [Chorus]. Es wartet alles auf dich… 05:44 $ 1.20 USD
09 2. Recitativo (Basso). Was Kreaturen hält… 00:56 $ 0.20 USD
10 3. Aria (Alto). Du Herr, du krönst allein das Jahr mit
deinem Gut…
03:41 $ 0.77 USD
11 4. [Aria] (Basso). Darum sollt ihr nicht sorgen noch
sagen…
02:25 $ 0.51 USD
12 5. Aria (Soprano). Gott versorget alles Leben… 03:50 $ 0.81 USD
13 6. Recitativo (Soprano). Halt ich nur fest an ihm… 01:19 $ 0.28 USD
14 7. Choral. Gott hat die Erde zugericht’… 01:57 $ 0.41 USD
 
 
  Composer: Bach, Johann Sebastian
  Gelobet sei der Herr, mein Gott, BWV129 17:20
15 1. [Chorus]. Gelobet sei der Herr… 03:57 $ 0.83 USD
16 2. Aria (Basso). Gelobet sei der Herr… 03:23 $ 0.71 USD
17 3. Aria (Soprano). Gelobet sei der Herr… 03:55 $ 0.82 USD
18 4. Aria (Alto). Gelobet sei der Herr… 04:36 $ 0.97 USD
19 5. Chorale. Dem wir das Heilig itzt… 01:29 $ 0.31 USD
 
 
  Composer: Bach, Johann Sebastian
  Sinfonia D-Dur für Violine und Orchester, BWV1045
20 Sinfonia D-Dur für Violine und Orchester, BWV1045 06:28 $ 1.36 USD
 
  Album total 63:49
OrchestraBach Collegium Japan
ComposerBach, Johann Sebastian
ConductorSuzuki, Masaaki
BassKooij, Peter
Counter-tenorBlaze, Robin
SopranoNonoshita, Yukari
ViolinWakamatsu, Natsumi

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