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Bach - Tamara Matthews, Marietta Simpson, Benjamin Butterfield, Christophern Nomura

Christmas Oratorio

  • Disc: 1
  • 1. Part I: Chorus >>> Posłuchaj fragmentu <<<
  • 2. Part I: Recitative - Evangelist
  • 3. Part I: Recitative - Alto
  • 4. Part I: Aria - Alto >>> Posłuchaj fragmentu <<<
  • 5. Part I: Chorale
  • 6. Part I: Recitative - Evangelist
  • 7. Part I: Chorale - Soprano And Recitative - Bass
  • 8. Part I: Aria - Bass >>> Posłuchaj fragmentu <<<
  • 9. Part I: Chorale
  • 10. Part II: Sinfonia
  • 11. Part II: Recitative - Evangelist
  • 12. Part II: Chorale
  • 13. Part II: Recitative - Evangelist And Soprano
  • 14. Part II: Recitative - Bass
  • 15. Part II: Aria - Tenor
  • 16. Part II: Recitative - Evangelist
  • 17. Part II: Chorale
  • 18. Part II: Recitative - Bass
  • 19. Part II: Aria - Alto
  • 20. Part II: Recitative - Evangelist
  • 21. Part II: Chorus
  • 22. Part II: Recitative - Bass
  • 23. Part II: Chorale
  • 24. Part III: Chorus
  • 25. Part III: Recitative - Evangelist
  • 26. Part III: Chorus
  • 27. Part III: Recitative - Bass
  • 28. Part III: Chorale
  • 29. Part III: Aria Duetto - Soprano And Bass
  • 30. Part III: Recitative - Evangelist
  • 31. Part III: Aria - Alto
  • 32. Part III: Recitative - Alto
  • 33. Part III: Chorale
  • 34. Part III: Recitative - Evangelist
  • 35. Part III: Chorale
  • 36. Part III: Chorus (Repeat Of No. 24)
  • Disc: 2
  • 1. Part IV: Chorus
  • 2. Part IV: Recitative - Evangelist
  • 3. Part IV: Recitative And Chorale - Bass And Soprano
  • 4. Part IV: Aria - Soprano, Echo
  • 5. Part IV: Recitative And Chorale - Bass And Soprano
  • 6. Part IV: Aria - Tenor
  • 7. Part IV: Chorale
  • 8. Part V: Chorus
  • 9. Part V: Recitative - Evangelist
  • 10. Part V: Chorus And Recitative - Alto
  • 11. Part V: Chorale
  • 12. Part V: Aria - Bass
  • 13. Part V: Recitative - Evangelist
  • 14. Part V: Recitative - Alto
  • 15. Part V: Recitative - Evangelist
  • 16. Part V: Aria Terzetto - Soprano, Alto, Tenor
  • 17. Part V: Recitative - Alto
  • 18. Part V: Chorale
  • 19. Part VI: Chorus
  • 20. Part VI: Recitative - Evangelist And Bass
  • 21. Part VI: Recitative - Soprano
  • 22. Part VI: Aria - Soprano
  • 23. Part VI: Recitative - Evangelist
  • 24. Part VI: Chorale
  • 25. Part VI: Recitative - Evangelist
  • 26. Part VI: Recitative - Tenor
  • 27. Part VI: Aria - Tenor
  • 28. Part VI: Recitative - Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass
  • 29. Part VI: Chorale
  • Tamara Matthews,
  • Marietta Simpson,
  • Benjamin Butterfield,
  • Christophern Nomura
  • The Bach Choir of Bethlehem
  • The Bach Festival Orchestra
  • Greg Funfgeld - conductor
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Nr kat.: DOR93183
Label  : DORIAN (USA)

UNIKATOWE NAGRANIE 24 BIT 2CD

The Lutheran Reformation inaugurated what was to become a distinctive tradition of liturgical music, that reached its zenith in the music of Johann Sebastion Bach. A significant part of this musical tradition was the provision of extended musical settings of the biblical narratives concerning the life of Christ, performed on the respective feasts and fasts of the church year. Passions formed the greater part of these Historiae, as they were termed, but there were also musical expositions of the birth, resurrection and ascension of Christ. - Robin A. Leaver, ? 1998 Westminster Choir College of Rider University (Princeton) Founded in 1898, The Bach Choir of Bethlehem is the oldest Bach Choir in America and gave the first performances in the United States of The Mass in B Minor and The Christmas Oratorio in Bethlehem, PA. Now, one hundred years later, The Choir has achieved a level of musical excellence which has been recognized internationally. Under the leadership of Artistic Director and Conductor Greg Funfgeld, The Choir of 110 dedicated volunteer singers, The Bach Festival Orchestra and soloists of world renown continue the tradition of performing exclusively the music of J.S. Bach.