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Bach Ad Infinitum

thu 13 jun 2024 13:00 hrs

Episode 1289. We continue our exploration of the cantatas in chronological order. We’ve now reached the cantatas Bach composed in December of 1724 and January of 1725. We’ll kick off with chorale cantata “Jesu, nun sei gepreiset” BWV 41, for New Year’s Day on 1 January 1725.

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
1. Chorale cantata “Jesu, nun sei gepreiset” BWV 41, for New Year’s Day 1725
– Jesu, Nun Sei Gepreiset (Chorus)
– Aria Lass Uns, O Hochster Gott, Das Jahr Vollbringen (Soprano)
– Recitative Ach! Deine Hand, Dein Segen Muss Allein (Alto)
– Aria Woferne Du Den Edlen Frieden (Tenor)
– Recitative (And Chorale) Doch Weil Der Feind Bei Tag Und Nacht (Bass, Chorus)
– Chorale Dein Ist Allein Die Ehre (Chorus)
Julia Doyle, soprano. Antonia Frey, alto. Florian Sievers, tenor. Stephan MacLeod, bass. Choir and orchestra of the J.S. Bach-Stiftung conducted by Rudolf Lutz

Read more about cantata BWV 41 here.

2. Sonate no. 3 in E major, BWV 1016
-I. Adagio
-II. Allegro
-III. Adagio Ma Non Tanto
-IV. Allegro
Simon Standage, violin. Shalev Ad-El, harpsichord. Thomas Fritzsch, viola da gamba

3. Partita in a minor, BWV 1013
-I Allemande
-II Courante
-III Sarabande
-IV Bourrée anglaise
Sung-hyun Cho, flute. Kyeong Ham, oboe

4. From cantata “Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen”, BWV 12
– IV. Aria “Kreuz Und Kronen Sind Verbunden”
Vox Luminis conducted by Lionel Meunier


Pictured: Simon Standage (source: The Strad)

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