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Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)Genres: Choral » Cantatas
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  • Cantatas for Septuagesima (Grote Kerk, Naarden) & Cantatas for Sexagesima (Southwell Minster)

    The Monteverdi Choir & The English Baroque Soloists, John Eliot Gardiner

    …expressive fervour and eloquent phrasing with which the excellent singers of the Monteverdi Choir infuse their performance. There are also some splendid solo contributions, notably from tenors... More…

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  • Siri Thornhill (soprano), Petra Noskaiová (alto), Marcus Ullmann (tenor) & Jan van der Crabben (bass)

    La Petite Bande, Sigiswald Kuijken

    The sonority of the early BWV 18 is inspired - initially four violas and continuo, with flutes added a decade later. The dark timbre is lightened by authentic high pitch, in a gloriously enveloping... More…

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  • Katharine Fuge (soprano), Carlos Mena (counter-tenor), Jan Kobow (tenor), Stephan MacLeod (bass)

    Ricercar Consort, Philippe Pierlot

    The singers are wonderful, never over-acting, and managing to sound as though this marvellous work is being minted afresh for us on the spot...The recording is a beauty: warm and full with plenty... More…

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  • Weimer Cantatas I

    Emma Kirkby (soprano), Michael Chance (countertenor), Charles Daniels (tenor) & Peter Harvey (bass)

    The Purcell Quartet

    The Purcell Quartet - two violins, cello and continuo, augmented by two violas, recorders, oboe, bassoon, and trumpet - reflect the meagre forces available to Bach. The four solo singers combine... More…

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  • Marjon Strijk (soprano), Knut Schoch (tenor), Bas Ramselaar (bass), Sytse Buwalda (alto), Ruth Holton (soprano), Nico van der Meel (tenor), Marcel Beekman (tenor), Robert Getchell (tenor), Bas Ramselaar (bass-baritone)

    Holland Boys Choir, Netherlands Bach Collegium, Pieter Jan Leusink

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  • Wiener Sängerknaben, Chorus Viennensis, Concentus Musicus Wien, Nikolaus Harnoncourt

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  • Midori Suzuki (soprano), Ingrid Schmithüsen (soprano), Yoshikazu Mera (counter-tenor), Makoto Sakurada (tenor), Peter Kooij (bass)

    Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki

    The fifth volume of Bach's sacred cantatas performed by the Bach Collegium Japan continues their Weimar survey with five pieces written between c1713 and 1716. It begins with No 18, performed... More…

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  • Arleen Augér, Aldo Baldin, Eva Csapò, Walter Heldwei, Philippe Huttenlocher, Adalbert Krau, Krisztina Laki, Gabriele Schnau, Gabriele Schreckenbach, Peter Schreier, Wolfgang Schöne

    Bach-Collegium Stuttgart, Gächinger Kantorei, Württembergisches Kammerorchester, Helmuth Rilling

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  • Agnes Giebel, Sheila Armstrong, Rotraus Hansmann (sopranos), Julia Falk, Helen Watts (altos), Bert van t’Hoff, Kurt Equiluz (tenors) & Jacques Villisech, Max van Egmond (basses)

    Monteverdi Choir Hamburg, Jürgen Jürgens

    Patches of engaging music-making here, though giving more insight into 1960s Hamburg than 1720s Leipzig. Choruses are often woolly, soloists vary from off-the-voice big voices to insecure, boyish... More…

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