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J.S. Bach: Cantatas, Vol. 22 [Box set]

Ton Koopman , Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra Audio CD

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Disc: 1
1. Chorus: 'Ein Feste Burg Ist Unser Gott' - Sandrine Piau - Sandrine Piau
2. Aria And Chorale (Soprano, Bass): 'Alles, Was Von Gott Geboren/Mit Unser Macht' - Sandrine Piau - Sandrine Piau
3. Recitative (Bass): 'Erwage Doch, Kind Gottes' - Sandrine Piau - Sandrine Piau
4. Aria (Soprano): 'Komm In Mein Herzenshaus' - Sandrine Piau - Sandrine Piau
5. Chorale (T, B): 'Und Wenn Die Welt Voll Teufel War' - Sandrine Piau - Sandrine Piau
6. Recitative (Tenor): 'So Stehe Dann Bei Christi Blutgefarbten Fahne' - Sandrine Piau - Sandrine Piau
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Disc: 2
1. Kyrie-Chorus - Klaus Mertens - Klaus Mertens
2. Gloria-Chorus - Klaus Mertens - Klaus Mertens
3. Domine Deus-Bass - Klaus Mertens - Klaus Mertens
4. Qui Tollis Peccata Mundi-Soprano - Klaus Mertens - Klaus Mertens
5. Quoniam Tu Solus Sanctus-Alto - Klaus Mertens - Klaus Mertens
6. Cum Sancto Spiritu-Chorus - Klaus Mertens - Klaus Mertens
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Disc: 3
1. Chorus: 'Angenehmes Wiederau, Freue Dich In Deinen Auen' - Christoph Pregardien - Christoph Pregardien
2. Recitative (Bass, S, A, T): 'So Ziehen Wir In Diesem Hause' - Christoph Pregardien - Christoph Pregardien
3. Aria (Bass): 'Willkommen Im Heil, Willkommen In Freuden' - Christoph Pregardien - Christoph Pregardien
4. Recitative (Alto): 'Da Heute Dir, Gepriesner Hennikke' - Christoph Pregardien - Christoph Pregardien
5. Aria (Alto): 'Was die Seele Kann Ergotzen' - Christoph Pregardien - Christoph Pregardien
6. Recitative (Bass): 'Und Wie Ich Jederzeit Bedacht' - Christoph Pregardien - Christoph Pregardien
See all 19 tracks on this disc

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Winner Of The 2008 BBC Music Magazine Choral Award.

Since 1999 Ton Koopman, conductor, musicologist, organist, and harpsichordist, has recorded the complete cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach with the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and Choir, which he founded in 1979. This award-winning series concludes with the twenty-second and final volume which contains two of Bach's last cantatas (BWV 30 and 80), including the secular model for BWV 30 and Wilhelm Friedemann Bach's arrangement of two movements from BWV 80 dating from after 1750. Also featured are the four Kyrie-Gloria masses of the late 1730s which are very closely associated with the cantata repertoire of the 1720s. These masses are based on selected movements of cantatas dating from the period 1723-6. After an interval of ten or so years Bach reworked them, in most cases very thoroughly.

Personnel:
The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and Choir, Ton Koopman (conductor)

Soloists:
Sandrine Piau, Johannette Zomer, - (soprano), Bogna Bartosz, Nathalie Stutzman - (alto), James Gilchrist, Christoph Prégardien, Jörg Dürmüller - (tenor), Klaus Mertens - (bass)

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CC 72222; CHALLENGE CLASSICS - Olanda; Classica vocale Sacra Messe

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