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Johann Sebastian Bach, Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki - Cantatas Vol.18 FLAC album


Performer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Genre: Classical music
Title: Cantatas Vol.18
Country: Sweden
Released: 2002
Style: Baroque
FLAC version ZIP size: 1373 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1186 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1617 mb
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Johann Sebastian Bach. Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki. 4. Recitative & Arioso. Johann Sebastian Bach.

Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach. Design – Sofia Scheutz. Directed By, Liner Notes – Masaaki Suzuki. Engineer – Thore Brinkmann.

Bach: Cantatas, Vol. 54. More actions. Go to artist profile. Johann Sebastian Bach; Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki. Bach: Secular Cantatas, Vol. 9 – The Contest Between Phoebus and Pan.

Bach: Cantatas, Vol 18 BWV 66, 134, 67 Bach Collegium Japan Suzuki. BWV 66, 67 and 134 are remarkable Bach cantatas, and BWV 66 is probably the greatest and most original of them.

Chorale: Herrscher uber Tod und Leben Johann Sebastian Bach; Robin Blaze; Peter Kooij; Yukari Nonoshita; Gerd Türk; Bach Collegium Japan Chorus; Bach Collegium Japan; Masaaki Suzuki. This critically lauded 24th volume in the expansive Bach cantata project undertaken by Masaaki Suzuki and Bach Collegium Japan includes three of the sacred works Bach wrote in 1724 for "ordinary" Sunday services. Though they marked non-feast days, these cantatas hold interest in that they stand as examples of Bach's use of the Lutheran hymnbook, as opposed to gospel passages, all expertly performed by the Collegium with the polish audiences have come to expect. kHz, 24-bit PCM – BIS Studio Masters.

Masaaki Suzuki, director of the Bach Collegium Japan and the latest man to pull off the monumental task, seems remarkably relaxed about it when I talk to him the morning after the very last notes have sounded. Perhaps it is because it has been achieved almost by stealth. I didn’t realise then how far we would go, and I certainly didn’t count how many years or how many CDs it would take!’ It can now be confirmed that it has taken 18 years and 55 CDs – a shorter time than Harnoncourt and Leonhardt took over their pioneering cycle (21 years), but longer than Koopman (10 years) and Gardiner (recorded on his Bach Pilgrimage in 2000 but not all finally issued until earlier this year). What is more, it seems to have been accomplished without evident sign of the emotional or financial trauma some of those other cycles endured.

Choral: Bach Collegium Japan Chorus. Conductor: Suzuki, Masaaki. Solo: Makoto Sakurada Soloist. Orchestra: Bach Collegium Japan. Choral: Bach Collegium Japan Chorus.

Bach JS, Masaaki Suzuki. Label : BIS Format : Flac (image + cue) Cover : Yes. Throughout most of his professional life, Johann Sebastian Bach composed cantatas for use at church services: it is thought that he probably wrote at least 300 such works. Some 200 of these are still extant, of which the earliest hail from Bach’s time as organist in Arnstadt (1703–07) and the last were composed only a year or two before his death in 1750. In 1995, when Masaaki Suzuki and his Bach Collegium Japan began the monumental journey of recording the cantatas, they decided to follow in Bach’s footsteps.

This album has an average beat per minute of 90 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 76/134 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Ouvertures (Orchestral Suites) (Orchestra of the Bach Collegium Japan feat. conductor: Masaaki Suzuki). Recent albums by Johann Sebastian Bach.

Tracklist

Cantata No.66, "Erfreut Euch, Ihr Herzen", BWV 66 (Kantate Zum 2. Ostertag) (28:24)
1. Chorus, Erfreut Euch, Ihr Herzen... 9:45
2. Recitative (Bass), Es Bricht Das Grab... 0:30
3. Aria (Bass), Lasset Dem Höchsten... 6:02
4. Recitative And Arioso (Tenor, Alto), Bei Jesu Leben Freudig... 4:09
5. Aria (Alto, Tenor), Ich Furchte Zwar... 6:52
6. Chorale, Alleluja! Alleluja! Alleluja!... 0:38
Cantata No.134, "Ein Herz, Das Seinen Jesum Lebend Weiss", BWV 134 (3. Fassung Und Varianten Der 1. Fassung) (26:35)
1. Recitative (Tenor, Alto), Ein Herz, Das Seinen... 0:32
2. Aria (Tenor), Auf, Gläubige... 5:59
3. Recitative (Tenor, Alto), Wohl Dir... 2:06
4. Aria (Alto, Tenor), Wir Danken Und Preisen... 8:08
5. Recitative (Tenor, Alto), Doch Würke... 1:42
6. Chorus, Erschallet, Ihr Himmel... 7:45
Cantata No.67, "Halt Im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ", BWV 67 (Kantate Zum Sonntag Quasimodogeniti) (13:39)
1. Chorus, Halt Im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ... 3:14
2. Aria (Tenor), Mein Jesus Ist Erstanden... 2:35
3. Recitative (Alto), Mein Jesu, Heissest Du... 0:26
4. Chorale, Erschienen Ist Der Herrlich... 0:36
5. Recitative (Alto), Doch Scheinet Fast... 0:44
6. Aria (Bass, Chorus), Friede Sei Mit Euch!... 4:45
7. Chorale, Du Friedenfürst, Herr Jesu Christ... 0:50

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BIS-CD-1251 Johann Sebastian Bach, Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki Johann Sebastian Bach, Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki - Cantatas Vol.18 ‎(CD) BIS BIS-CD-1251 Sweden 2002
BIS-CD-1251 Johann Sebastian Bach, Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki Johann Sebastian Bach, Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki - Cantatas 18: BWV 66 Erfreut Euch, Ihr Herzen; BWV 134 Ein Herz, Das Seinen Jesum Lebend Weiss; BWV 67 Halt Im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ (Cantatas From Leipzig 1724) ‎(19xFile, FLAC, Album, RE) BIS BIS-CD-1251 Unknown