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Johann Sebastian Bach - Elisabeth Höngen, Heinz Schnauffer, Walther Ludwig, Ilse Brix-Meinert, Gustav Scheck, Hermann Töttcher, August Wenzinger, Renate Noll, Bayerisches Staatsorchester Munchen, Fritz Lehmann - Cantata For The 6th Sunday After Trinity, B download album
Classical
Performer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Title: Cantata For The 6th Sunday After Trinity, BWV 170 / Cantata, BWV 189
Style: Baroque
Year 1957
Country Germany
Genre: Classical
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 828
MP3 size: 1427 mb
FLAC size: 1995 mb
WMA size: 1168 mb
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Johann Sebastian Bach - Elisabeth Höngen, Heinz Schnauffer, Walther Ludwig, Ilse Brix-Meinert, Gustav Scheck, Hermann Töttcher, August Wenzinger, Renate Noll, Bayerisches Staatsorchester Munchen, Fritz Lehmann - Cantata For The 6th Sunday After Trinity, B download album


While functioning as Kapellmeister (Director of Music) to the court of Prince Leopold of Anhalt-Köthen (1694 - 1728) J. S. Bach presented in 1721 t. .

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Johann Sebastian Bach, Elisabeth Höngen, Heinz Schnauffer, Bayerisches, Fritz Lehmann. Download now. English.

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Johann Sebastian Bach (31 March 1685 – 28 July 1750) was a German composer and musician of the Baroque period. He is known for instrumental compositions such as the Art of Fugue, the Brandenburg Concertos, and the Goldberg Variations as well as for vocal music such as the St Matthew Passion and the Mass in B minor. Since the 19th-century Bach Revival he has been generally regarded as one of the greatest composers of all time.

Tradition, continuity and an impressive repertoire: these are the solid pillars supporting the Bayerische Staatsoper – one of the world’s leading opera houses. It can look back proudly on a cultural history of over 350 years. Thanks to a court tradition, opera found a home in Munich in 1653; since then its music-historical and sociopolitical development has continued in a way unparalleled anywhere else, worldwide.

The Complete Works of Johann Sebastian Bach - Bachakademie 10th Anniversary Special Collection. Bach: The Complete Keyboard works. The harpsichord is in fact used throughout in preference to piano for the keyboard works.

Johann Sebastian Bach was born on March 21, 1685 in Eisenach, Germany in the province of Thuringia. His father, Johann Ambrosius, was a town musician. During this period, music was a trade just like metalwork or shoe making. And for the Bachs, music was the family business, stretching back several generations. 2. Bach was an orphan by the age of 10. His older brother Johann Christoph took him in. Like his father, Johann Christoph was a musician and had studied organ with the famed Johann Pachelbel (of Canon in D, which you have probably heard at a wedding)

Tracklist

"Vergnügte Ruh, Beliebte Seelenlust" Cantata BWV 170 (22:35)
A1 Aria
A2 Recitativo
A3 Aria
A4 Recitativo
A5 Aria
"Meine Seele Rühmt Und Preist", Cantata BWV 189 (18:40)
B1 Aria
B2 Recitativo
B3 Aria 6:50
B4 Recitativo
B5 Aria

Credits

  • Alto Vocals – Elisabeth Höngen (tracks: A)
  • Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Conductor – Fritz Lehmann
  • Harpsichord – Renate Noll (tracks: B)
  • Oboe – Hermann Töttcher (tracks: B)
  • Orchestra – Bayerisches Staatsorchester Munchen* (tracks: A)
  • Organ – Heinz Schnauffer (tracks: A)
  • Producer – Dr. Fred Hamel
  • Recorder – Gustav Scheck (tracks: B)
  • Tenor Vocals – Walther Ludwig (tracks: B)
  • Violin – Ilse Brix-Meinert (tracks: B)
  • Violoncello – August Wenzinger (tracks: B)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
14028 APM Johann Sebastian Bach − Elisabeth Höngen, Heinz Schnauffer, Bayerisches Staatsorchester München* Dirigent: Fritz Lehmann, Walther Ludwig, Ilse Brix-Meinert, Gustav Scheck, Hermann Töttcher, August Wenzinger, Renate Noll Johann Sebastian Bach − Elisabeth Höngen, Heinz Schnauffer, Bayerisches Staatsorchester München* Dirigent: Fritz Lehmann, Walther Ludwig, Ilse Brix-Meinert, Gustav Scheck, Hermann Töttcher, August Wenzinger, Renate Noll - Vergnügte Ruh', Beliebte Seelenlust, BWV 170 / Meine Seele Rühmt Und Preist, BWV 189 ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Archiv Produktion 14028 APM Germany 1951
APM 14028 Johann Sebastian Bach − Elisabeth Höngen, Heinz Schnauffer, Bayerisches Staatsorchester München* Dirigent: Fritz Lehmann, Walther Ludwig, Ilse Brix-Meinert, Gustav Scheck, Hermann Töttcher, August Wenzinger, Renate Noll Johann Sebastian Bach − Elisabeth Höngen, Heinz Schnauffer, Bayerisches Staatsorchester München* Dirigent: Fritz Lehmann, Walther Ludwig, Ilse Brix-Meinert, Gustav Scheck, Hermann Töttcher, August Wenzinger, Renate Noll - Vergnügte Ruh', Beliebte Seelenlust, BWV 170 / Meine Seele Rühmt Und Preist, BWV 189 ‎(LP, Mono) Archive Production APM 14028 UK 1951
2427 Johann Sebastian Bach − Dr. Fred Hamel, Heinrich Keilholz, Alfred Dörffel, Walther Ludwig, Ilse Brix-Meinert, Gustav Scheck, Herm. Töttcher*, Aug. Wenzinger*, Renate Noll, Fritz Lehmann Johann Sebastian Bach − Dr. Fred Hamel, Heinrich Keilholz, Alfred Dörffel, Walther Ludwig, Ilse Brix-Meinert, Gustav Scheck, Herm. Töttcher*, Aug. Wenzinger*, Renate Noll, Fritz Lehmann - Kantate Nr. 189 (BWV 189) ‎(Shellac, 12", Album) Archiv Produktion 2427 Germany 1951