Wydawnictwo: Chandos
Nr katalogowy: CHSA 5183(2)
Nośnik: 2 SACD
Data wydania: kwiecień 2017
EAN: 95115518328
Dostępność: w magazynie

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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: pasja, muzyka pasyjna

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Bach: St John Passion

Chandos - CHSA 5183(2)
Wykonawcy
Sophie Bevan, soprano
Robin Blaze, countertenor
Benjamin Hulett, tenor
Robert Murray, tenor (Evangelist)
Andrew Ashwin, baritone (Pilate, Peter)
Neal Davies, bass-baritone
Ashley Riches, bass-baritone (Jesus)
Peter Jaekel, organ
Crouch End Festival Chorus
Bach Camerata / David Temple
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
Classic FM Editor's Choice
 
Utwory na płycie:
CD 1:
Chorus - ‘Hail! Lord and Master’
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘Jesus went with His disciples over the brook Cedron’ – with Jesus
Chorus - ‘Jesus of Nazareth’ –
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘Jesus saith to them’ – with Jesus
Chorus - ‘Jesus of Nazareth’ –
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘Jesus answered them’ with Jesus
Chorale - ‘O mighty love, O love beyond all measure’
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘So that the saying might be fulfilled which He had spoken’ with Jesus
Chorale - ‘Thy will, O God, be always done’
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘The band then, together with the Captain and the soldiers of the Jews’
Aria. Alto - ‘From the bondage of iniquity’
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘Simon Peter followed Jesus afar off’
Aria. Soprano - ‘I follow Thee gladly, my Lord and my Master’
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘Now that other disciple was known unto the High Priest’ with Maid, Peter, Jesus, and Officer
Chorale - ‘O Lord, who dares to smite thee?’
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘Now Annas sent him bound unto the other High Priest’ –
Chorus - ‘Art thou not one of His disciples?’
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘But Peter denied it and said’. [ ] – Adagio with Peter and Servant
Aria. Tenor - ‘Ah, my soul, where shall I hide my shame’
Chorale - ‘Peter, with his faithless lies’

CD 2:
Chorale - ‘Christ, whose life was as the light’
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘And then they led forth Jesus from Caiaphas...’ – with Pilate
Chorus - ‘If this man were not a malefactor...’ –
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘And Pilate said unto them’ – with Pilate
Chorus - ‘For us it is not lawful to put a man to death’ –
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘So that the saying might be fulfilled...’ with Pilate and Jesus
Chorale - ‘O mighty King, how marvellous Thy glory!’
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘Then Pilate said unto Him’ – with Pilate and Jesus
Chorus - ‘Not this man, no not this man but Barabbas!’ –
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘Now this Barabbas was a robber’
Arioso. Bass - ‘Come ponder, O my soul, with fearful trepidation’. Adagio
Aria. Tenor - ‘Behold Him! See His body’
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘And when the soldiers had plaited Him a crown of thorns...’ –
Chorus - ‘See! We hail Thee, King of Jews’ –
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘And they smote Him with their hands’ – with Pilate
Chorus - ‘Crucify Him!’ –
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘Then Pilate saith to them’ – with Pilate
Chorus - ‘We have a sacred law’ –
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘And when Pilate heard that saying’ with Pilate and Jesus
Chorale - ‘Our Lord in prison cell confined’
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘But the Jews cried out the more and said’ –
Chorus - ‘If thou let this man go, then thou art not Caesar’s friend’ –
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘And when Pilate heard that saying’ – with Pilate
Chorus - ‘Away with Him, crucify Him!’ –
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘Pilate saith unto them’ – with Pilate
Chorus - ‘We have no King but Caesar’ –
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘And then he delivered Him to them’
Aria and Chorus. Bass - ‘Haste, haste, all ye whose souls are weary’ with Chorus
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘And there crucified they Him’. [ ] – Adagio –
Chorus - ‘Write thou not the King of Jews’ –
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘But Pilate answered’ – with Pilate
Chorale - ‘Thy name, O Lord, is shining’
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘And then did the soldiers’ –
Chorus - ‘Let us not divide it’ –
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘So that the Scripture might be fulfilled’. [ ] – Adagio with Jesus
Chorale - ‘See Him, in His agony’
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘And from that hour he took her unto his own home’ with Jesus
Aria. Alto - ‘“It is fulfilled”’. Molto adagio – Vivace – Adagio
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘And, bowing His head, He gave up the ghost’
Aria and Chorale. Bass - ‘My Lord and Master, let me ask Thee’ with Chorus
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘And then behold, the veil of the Temple was rent in twain’
Arioso. Tenor - ‘My heart, see how the world itself is suff’ring’. [ ] – Adagio
Aria. Soprano - ‘O heart, melt in weeping’. Molt’adagio
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘The Jews therefore, because it was the Preparation’
Chorale - ‘Help us, Christ, God’s only Son’
Recitativo. Evangelist - ‘At last, after this Joseph of Arimathea’
Chorus - ‘Sleep well, and rest in God’s safe-keeping’ –
Chorale - ‘O Jesus when I come to die’
For its very first excursion on Chandos, the Crouch End Festival Chorus presents a landmark recording of J.S. Bach’s St John Passion sung in English – the first for over forty-five years. With communicative zeal, beautiful articulation, and focused energy, this choir of more than 100 voices lends precision and power to the performance alongside the instruments of the Bach Camerata, one of the finest UK baroque orchestras, all under the inspired direction of David Temple. The essence of the work is the conveying of a human story underpinned by the universal themes of love, betrayal, loss, and hope. The performance in English allows the drama and visceral energy of the work to go straight to the heart of the English-speaking listener. The narrative is immediately understood, and the power of the storytelling imbues Bach’s music with extra freshness and meaning. Thanks to an array of superb soloists and orchestral musicians, the new recording brings those qualities together in a performance which will present a wellloved piece in a completely new light, and appeal to existing and future generations of music-lovers alike.

Sung in English! Recorded at Church of St Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London NW11; 1 – 3 September 2016