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Bach: Cantatas, Vol 4 - Sundays after Trinity I /Richter Box set

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The MP3 box is considerably less expensive.. 4 Oct 2013
By Kirk List - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
than the CD version. On the whole, I find it superior to Volumes I and V in terms of desirable cantatas only (performances
are uniformly excellent). But all boxes contain indispensable cantatas. In Volume IV, it is BWV8, a pastoral paradise cantata
rivalled most by BWV 182 and 147. Both are bigger and longer works, but #8 at least equals them qualitatively. Upon hearing
the seraphic opening, gently rocking chorus, a friend exclaimed: "My God it sounds like a giant pillow descending from Heaven". The cantata also contain a superb baritone aria with flute obbligato. I have stopped surveying other versions after hearing Helmuth Rilling's rushed opening.

Other prizes here: BWV 51 for Soprano and trumpet with Maria Stader; BWV 78 with the happy soprano/mezzo duet (Ursula Buckel and Hertha Topper, BWV 33, 105, 148, 100
45, #199 (another solo soprano cantata, sung here by Edith Mathis), BWV 137 with an exiting opening chorus and good arias for
soprano and bass plus a soprano bass duet. The others are BWV 9,87,178, 102, 179, 117,27

Solists: Stader, Buckel, Hamari (all wonderful), Haefliger, Fischer-Dieskau, Engen,Schreier, van Kesterern, Mathis
(see also my relatively adjacent reviews of Volumes II and III_)
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