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Johann Sebastian Bach - Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Gustav Leonhardt - Kantaten • Cantatas • Cantates • BWV 73&94 mp3 download
Johann Sebastian Bach - Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Gustav Leonhardt - Kantaten • Cantatas • Cantates • BWV 73&94 mp3 download
Performer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Title: Kantaten • Cantatas • Cantates • BWV 73&94
Released: 1980
Style: Baroque
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3 FLAC MMF MP4 MP3 AIFF AU DXD ADX
FLAC size: 1471 mb | MP3 size: 1993 mb | WMA size: 1163 mb
Genre: Classical

Bach - Kantaten - BWV 94, BWV 73 - Wilhelm Wiedl, Tolzer Knabenchor, Paul Esswood, Kurt Equiluz, Philippe Huttenlocher, Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden, Concentus musicus Wien, Nikolaus Harnoncourt 1979 & Jorg Erler, Max van Egmond, Knabenchor Hannover, Heinz Hennig, Collegium Vocale Gent, Philippe Herreweghe & Leonhardt-Consort 1977, . 2664 AQ. Done. Taken on October 29, 2011.

Bach - Kantaten BWV 73 & BWV 94 - Concentus Musicus Wien, Tolzer Knabenchor, Nikolaus Harnoncourt & Leonhardt-Consort, Knabenchor Hannover, Collegium Vocale Gent, Philippe Herreweghe, Gustav Leonhardt (Erasmus Price Winner), Telefunken .

Bach's cantatas and his other vocal works and many of his instrumental works. Poets & composers associated with Bach, including their bios and Bach connection. Other resources include the Lutheran church year, chorale texts & melodies, books and movies on Bach, concerts, Bach.

Taken on March 6, 2013.

S. Bach - Das Kantatenwerk is a classical music recording project initiated by the record label of Telefunken in 1971 (first recordings had been made in December 1970) to record all 193 sacred Bach cantatas. The project was entrusted to Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Gustav Leonhardt. Each conductor had his own instrumental ensemble, based in Austria and the Netherlands respectively.

Bach: Das Kantatenwerk - Sacred Cantatas Vol. 1 - BWV 1-14, 16-19. Knabenchor Hannover (Chorus Master: Heinz Hennig), Leonhardt-Consort. Sopranos: Boys, Marianne Kweksilber (BWV 51); Altos: Paul Esswood, René Jacobs; Tenors: Kurt Equiluz, Marius van Altena; Basses: Max van Egmond, Ruud van der Meer, Hanns-Friedrich Kunz, Michael Schopper.

The cantatas of Johann Sebastian Bach ( German : Bachkantaten ) consist of at least 209 surviving works. Koopman unlike Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Gustav Leonhardt did not use boy choirs, but female sopranos, although Bach would have mainly used boys' voices to perform the soprano lines of his cantatas. Koopman's project started on Erato Records, but was nearly derailed when Warner - which had acquired the t Bach cantata recordings when it acquired Teldec from Telefunken in 1988 - also acquired Erato, thus making Koopman's new project a duplication within Warner's catalogue. Cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach by BWV number.

Johann Sebastian Bach. Concentus Musicus Wien. Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Conductor, Primary Artist. Philippe Huttenlocher. Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden.

Tracklist

Kantate 94 »Was Frag Ich Nach Der Welt« BWV 94, Kantate Am 9. Sonntag Nach Trinitas (Dominica 9 Post Trinitatis) (24:37)
A1 1. Chor »Was Frag Ich Nach Der Welt« 2:46
A2 2. Aria (Basso) »Die Welt Ist Wie Ein Rauch Und Schatten« 2:06
A3 3. Arioso (Tenore) »Die Welt Sucht Ehr Und Rum Bei Hocherhabnen Leuten« 3:19
A4 4. Aria (Alto) »Betörte Welt, Betörte Welt!« 3:54
A5 5. Adagio (Basso) »Die Welt Bekümmert Sich« 2:27
A6 6. Aria (Tenore) »Die Welt Kann Ihre Lust Und Freud« 4:42
A7 7. Aria (Soprano) »Es Halt Es Mit Der Blinden Welt« 3:31
A8 8. Choral »Was Frag Ich Nach Der Welt« 1:52
Kantate 73 „Herr, Wie Du Willt, So Schicks Mit Mir" BWV 73, Kantate Am 3. Sonntag Nach Epiphanias (Dominica 3 Post Epiphanias) (14:55)
B1 1. Coro, Recitativo (Tenore, Basso, Soprano) „Herr, Wie Du Willt, So Schicks Mit Mir" 5:17
B2 2. Aria (Tenore) „Ach Senke Doch Den Geist Der Freuden" 4:00
B3 3. Recitativo (Basso) „Ach, Unser Wille Bleibt Vekehrt" 0:32
B4 4. Aria (Basso) „Herr, So Du Willt" 4:11
B5 5. Choral „Das Ist Des Vaters Wille" 0:45

Companies, etc.

  • Made By – TELDEC »Telefunken-Decca« Schallplatten GmbH
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – TELDEC »Telefunken-Decca« Schallplatten GmbH

Credits

  • Alto Vocals [Alt] – Paul Esswood (tracks: A4)
  • Bass Vocals [Basso] – Max Van Egmond (tracks: B3, B4), Philippe Huttenlocher (tracks: A2, A5)
  • Bassoon – Milan Turkovic (tracks: A1, A3, A8)
  • Cello – Anner Bylsma (tracks: B1 to B5), Dijck Koster (tracks: B1 to B5), Fritz Geyerhofer (tracks: A1, A2, A4, A5, A6, A8), Nikolaus Harnoncourt (tracks: A1, A2, A4, A5, A6, A8), Richte van der Meer (tracks: B1 to B5)
  • Choir – Collegium Vocale, Gent* (tracks: B1, B5), Knabenchor Hannover (tracks: B1, B5), Tölzer Knabenchor (tracks: A1, A8)
  • Chorus Master [Collegium Vocale] – Philippe Herreweghe (tracks: B1, B5)
  • Chorus Master [Knabenchor Hannover] – Heinz Hennig (tracks: B1, B5)
  • Chorus Master [Tölzer Knabenchor] – Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden (tracks: A1, A8)
  • Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Directed By – Gustav Leonhardt (tracks: B1 to B5), Nikolaus Harnoncourt (tracks: A1 to A8)
  • Flute [Flauto Traverso] – Leopold Stastny (tracks: A1, A4, A8)
  • Oboe – Bruce Haynes (tracks: B1, B5), Ku Ebbinge (tracks: B1, B5), Pieter Dhont (tracks: B1, B5)
  • Oboe, Oboe d'Amore – David Reichenberg (tracks: A1, A3, A8), Jürg Schaeftlein (tracks: A1, A3, A7, A8)
  • Orchestra – Concentus Musicus Wien (tracks: A1 to A8), Leonhardt-Consort (tracks: B1 to B5)
  • Organ – Bob van Asperen (tracks: B1, B4), Gustav Leonhardt (tracks: B2, B3, B5), Herbert Tachezi (tracks: A1 to A8)
  • Soprano Vocals, Soloist [Knabenchores Hannover] – Jörg Erler (tracks: B1)
  • Soprano Vocals, Soloist [Tölzer Knabenchores] – Wilhelm Wiedl (tracks: A7)
  • Tenor Vocals – Kurt Equiluz (tracks: A3, A6, B1, B2)
  • Viola – Josef De Sordi (tracks: A1, A6, A8), Kurt Theiner (tracks: A1, A6, A8), Ruth Hesseling (tracks: B1, B4, B5), Wim Ten Have (tracks: B1, B4, B5)
  • Violin – Alda Stuurop (tracks: B1, B4, B5), Alice Harnoncourt (tracks: A1, A6, A8), Anita Mitterer (tracks: A1, A6, A8), Antoinette Van Den Hombergh (tracks: B1, B4, B5), Ingrid Seifert (tracks: A1, A6, A8), Janneke van der Meer (tracks: B1, B4, B5), Lucy van Dael (tracks: B1, B4, B5), Marie Leonhardt (tracks: B1, B4, B5), Peter Schoberwalter (tracks: A1, A6, A8), Veronika Schmidt (tracks: A1, A6, A8), Walter Pfeiffer (tracks: A1, A6, A8), Wilhelm Mergl (tracks: A1, A6, A8)
  • Violone – Anthony Woodrow (tracks: B1, B4, B5), Eduard Hruza (tracks: A1, A6, A8)

Notes

Made in Germany ∙ TELDEC »Telefunken-Decca« Schallplatten GmbH, Hamburg (Western Germany) Ⓟ1980.

The gate-fold sleeve contains biographies of Harnoncourt & Leonhardt in German, English and French.
On the inside extra pages are attached (stapled) with an additional catalog of releases with Harnoncourt & Leonhardt.

With an 8-page booklet (insert) of translations (German, English & French) of a speech delivered by Prins Bernhard of the Netherlands at the awarding of the Erasmus Prize, 1980 to Gustav Leonhardt and Nikolaus Harnoncourt on 8 September 1980.
Text on the front cover: 'Erasmus-Preisträger'

Side A was recorded in 1979, side B in 1977.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC 0366
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - label): 6.35 441-02-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - label): 6.35 341-01-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - runout - stamped): 6. 35 441 - 02 - 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - runout - stamped): 6. 35 341 - 01 - 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A and B - runout - stamped): Manufactured in Germany
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - runout - etched): A - B - III
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - runout - etched): Lt - B - II
  • Other (Side A - label): Ⓟ 1979
  • Other (Side B - label): Ⓟ 1977
  • Other (Cartridge catalog#): 4.42664 CQ