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Wydawnictwo: Haenssler
Seria: Bach Cantatas Rademann
Nr katalogowy: HC 23025
Nośnik: 2 CD
Data wydania: listopad 2023
EAN: 881488230253
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: kantata

Bach: The First Cantata Year Vol. 1

Haenssler - HC 23025
Wykonawcy
Patrick Grahl, Natasha Schnur, Alex Potter (counter-tenor), Tobias Berndt, Miriam Feuersinger, Benedikt Kristjánsson, Matthias Winckhler
Gaechinger Cantorey / Hans-Christoph Rademann
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
Music Island CD of the Month Pizzicato 5
 
Bach:
Cantata, BWV 75
Cantata, BWV 76
Cantata, BWV 21.3
Cantata, BWV 185.2
Cantata, BWV 24
Johann Sebastian Bach arrived in Leipzig on May 22, 1723. After peaceful years in the small residence town of Cöthen he was moving to the busy mercantile and university city, forsaking the office of Capellmeister at the princely court for the post of Cantor, as he was to call it. Just eight days later, on May 30, Bach presented his first cantata. On every Sunday and feast day outside the periods of Advent and Lent preceding Christmas and Easter respectively, it was the task of the Thomaskantor to direct such pieces in the churches of St. Nicolai and St. Thomas in turn. He had at his disposal the more musical of the 55 boys at St Thomas’s school and eight instrumentalists paid by the City. Talented students filled the gaps in the ensemble. They came from far and wide to improve their knowledge and play their part in Leipzig’s great musical tradition. The Internationale Bachakademie Stuttgart is performing all these cantatas in chronological order exactly 300 years later. The 23 concerts in all are taking place in and around Stuttgart; the refined live recordings are being released in this CD series on the Hänssler Classic label. The performances follow the latest state of Bach research documented in the new 2022 catalogue of Bach’s works BWV3. The ensemble of the Bachakademie, the Gaechinger Cantorey, plays under the direction of Hans-Christoph Rademann. For this purpose it comprises the instrumentalists and up to four vocalists per voice, including the soloists (details on the performers via QRCode), all specialists in their field, as Bach himself wished it. This is a vision that only now can be fulfilled in its ideal form. To this day the music will inspire its audience to devotion, challenge them to reflect and make them glad. It addresses questions of faith and comes to terms with particular situations of human life.

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