Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki – J.S. Bach: Secular Cantatas, Vol. 10 (2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki - J.S. Bach: Secular Cantatas, Vol. 10 (2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki
Album: J.S. Bach: Secular Cantatas, Vol. 10
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2018
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:06:11
Total Tracks: 21
Total Size: 1,26 GB

Tracklist:

1. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Angenehmes Wiederau, BWV 30a: No. 1, Angenehmes Wiederau (03:53)
2. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Angenehmes Wiederau, BWV 30a: No. 2, So ziehen wir (00:52)
3. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Angenehmes Wiederau, BWV 30a: No. 3, Willkommen im Heil, willkommen in Freuden (04:22)
4. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Angenehmes Wiederau, BWV 30a: No. 4, Da heute dir, gepriesner Hennicke (00:36)
5. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Angenehmes Wiederau, BWV 30a: No. 5, Was die Seele kann ergötzen (05:54)
6. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Angenehmes Wiederau, BWV 30a: No. 6, Und wie ich jederzeit bedacht (00:38)
7. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Angenehmes Wiederau, BWV 30a: No. 7, Ich will dich halten (05:43)
8. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Angenehmes Wiederau, BWV 30a: No. 8, Und obwohl sonst der Unbestand (00:55)
9. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Angenehmes Wiederau, BWV 30a: No. 9, Eilt, ihr Stunden, wie ihr wollt (04:15)
10. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Angenehmes Wiederau, BWV 30a: No. 10, So recht! Ihr seid mir werte Gäste (00:42)
11. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Angenehmes Wiederau, BWV 30a: No. 11, So wie ich die Tropfen zolle (02:31)
12. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Angenehmes Wiederau, BWV 30a: No. 12, Drum, angenehmes Wiederau (01:15)
13. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Angenehmes Wiederau, BWV 30a: No. 13, Angenehmes Wiederau (04:06)
14. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Ich bin in mir vergnügt, BWV 204: No. 1, Ich bin in mir vergnügt (01:36)
15. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Ich bin in mir vergnügt, BWV 204: No. 2, Ruhig und in sich zufrieden (06:45)
16. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Ich bin in mir vergnügt, BWV 204: No. 3, Ihr Seelen, die ihr außer euch (02:01)
17. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Ich bin in mir vergnügt, BWV 204: No. 4, Die Schätzbarkeit der weiten Erden (04:44)
18. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Ich bin in mir vergnügt, BWV 204: No. 5, Schwer ist es zwar, viel Eitles zu besitzen (01:55)
19. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Ich bin in mir vergnügt, BWV 204: No. 6, Meine Seele sei vergnügt (06:47)
20. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Ich bin in mir vergnügt, BWV 204: No. 7, Ein edler Mensch ist Perlenmuscheln gleich (02:08)
21. Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki – Ich bin in mir vergnügt, BWV 204: No. 8, Himmlische Vergnügsamkeit (04:24)

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The two cantatas recorded here conclude a project that the Bach Collegium Japan and Masaaki Suzuki started in 2004, in which Bach’s secular cantatas formed the basis of numerous concerts and recordings. As the team completed recording the church cantatas in 2013, this means that BCJ’s performances of all of Bach’s extant cantatas – sacred and secular – are now available on disc. Out of what was originally a much larger number only a little more than twenty secular cantatas have survived in performable condition. These nevertheless offer a welcome complement to our image of Bach the church musician, and reveal a composer who approached secular music with the same artistic integrity that we find in his sacred music.This final volume opens with the resplendent Angenehmes Wiederau from 1737 – a musical memorial to the manorial estate of Wiederau, south-west of Leipzig. Bach employs a full complement of three trumpets and timpani as well as four vocal soloists, in what is surprisingly modern-sounding music, influence by the dance-based music of the Dresden court. In contrast, Ich bin in mir vergnügt is an intimate work for solo soprano, flute, oboe and strings. Composed for an unknown occasion, the piece is a morality about the virtues of contentment, illustrated in music that gives Carolyn Sampson ample opportunity to shine.

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