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Bach – Vokal- & Instrumentalensemble Der Schola Seconda Pratica, Rudolf Lutz - O Ewiges Feuer, O Ursprung Der Liebe mp3 download

Bach – Vokal- & Instrumentalensemble Der Schola Seconda Pratica, Rudolf Lutz - O Ewiges Feuer, O Ursprung Der Liebe mp3 download Performer: Bach
Album: O Ewiges Feuer, O Ursprung Der Liebe
Released: 2009
Style: Baroque
Size MP3: 1479 mb.
Size FLAC: 1267 mb.
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Bach – Vokal- & Der Schola Seconda Pratica, Rudolf Lutz ‎– O Ewiges Feuer, O Ursprung Der Liebe. Bach Stiftung St. Gallen ‎– A624. Format: DVD, DVD-Video. Chor - O Ewiges Feuer, O Ursprung Der Liebe.

O ewiges Feuer, o Ursprung der Liebe (O eternal fire, o source of love), BWV 34 (BWV 3. ), is a church cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach. He composed it in Leipzig for Pentecost Sunday, and it was the basis for a later wedding cantata, BWV 34a, beginning with the same line. Bach led the first performance on 1 June 1727. The librettist of the cantata is unknown.

Biography, Bach Discography and Photos of the artist. The Choir and Orchestra of the . Bach Foundation (formerly: Schola Seconda Practica) was founded by Rudolf Lutz in 2006. The ensemble consists of professional musicians from the whole of Switzerland, southern Germany and Austria.

O ewiges Feuer, o Ursprung der Liebe (O eternal fire, o source of love), BWV 3. (formerly BWV 34), is a church cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach. He composed it in Leipzig for Pentecost Sunday, and it was the basis for a later wedding cantata, BWV 3., beginning with the same line.

Chor der J. S. Bach-Stiftung, Orchester der J. Bach-Stiftung, Rudolf Lutz & Fabrice Hayoz: Kantate zu Pfingsten, BWV 34 "O ewiges Feuer, o Ursprung der Liebe", II. Rezitativ. Sein Wort der Wahrheit stehet fest" (Bass), VI. Herr, lass an mir dein treues Lieben" (Bass). 1. Kantate zu Pfingsten, BWV 34 "O ewiges Feuer, o Ursprung der Liebe".

Bach: Kantate BMV 34 O ewiges Feuer, O Ursprung der Liebe – Rudolf Lutz, Vokalensemble der Schola Seconda Pratica, Schola Seconda Pratica.

Rudolf Lutz, Bach - Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele. Kantonsschule St. Gallen meets Rudolf Lutz and BW. . O ewiges Feuer, o Ursprung der Liebe, BWV 34: performance by the Netherlands Bach Society (video and background information). O ewiges Feuer, o Ursprung der Liebe BWV 34; BC A 84, Sacred cantata (1st Day of Pentecost) Bach Digital.

Bach adapted movements 1, 3 and 5 of this cantata for Pentecost Sunday in a later wedding cantata, O ewiges Feuer, o Ursprung der Liebe, BWV 3. Formerly it was believed that BWV 34a (as BWV 3. was then called) was the older work. In Bach's Leipzig, the readings for Pentecost were from the.

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BWV 34 "O Ewiges Feuer, O Ursprung Der Liebe (Kantate Zu Pfingsten) (16:07)
1 Chor - O Ewiges Feuer, O Ursprung Der Liebe 7:03
2 Rezitativ (Tenor) - Herr, Unsere Herzen Halten Dir
Tenor Vocals – Jens Weber
0:40
3 Arie (Alt) - Wohl Euch, Ihr Auserwählten Seelen
Alto Vocals – Margot Oitzinger
5:47
4 Rezitativ (Bass) - Erwählt Sich Gott Die Heiligen Hütten
Bass Vocals – Fabrice Hayoz
0:33
5 Chor - Friede Über Israel 2:02

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – J.S. Bach Stiftung St. Gallen
  • Recorded At – Evangelische Kirche Trogen

Credits

  • Alto Vocals [Choir] – Alexandra Rawohl, Damaris Nussbaumer, Francisca Näf*, Lea Scherer, Olivia Heiniger
  • Bass Vocals [Choir] – Chasper Mani, Fabrice Hayoz, Philippe Rayot, William Wood
  • Bassoon – Susann Landert
  • Cello – Hristo Kouzmanov, Martin Zeller
  • Choir – Vokalensemble Der Schola Seconda Pratica*
  • Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Directed By – Rudolf Lutz
  • Directed By [Regie] – Meinrad Keel
  • Engineer [Sound] – Johannes Widmer, Stefan Ritzenthaler
  • Flute [Travers] – Maria Mittermayr, Renate Sudhaus
  • Liner Notes – Anselm Hartinger, Rudolf Lutz
  • Oboe – Luise Baumgartl, Martin Stadler
  • Orchestra – Schola Seconda Pratica*
  • Organ, Harpsichord – Nicola Cumer, Oren Kirschenbaum
  • Soprano Vocals [Choir] – Guro Hjemli, Jennifer Rudin, Leonie Gloor, Noëmi Tran-Rediger, Susanne Frei
  • Speech [Reflexion] – Arthur Godel
  • Tenor Vocals [Choir] – Manuel Gerber, Marcel Fässler, Nicolas Savoy, Walter Siegel
  • Timpani – Martin Homann
  • Trumpet – Klaus Peiffer, Patrick Henrichs, Peter Hasel
  • Viola – Joanna Bilger, Martina Bischof, Susanna Hefti
  • Violin – Fanny Pestalozzi, Fanny Tschanz, Livia Wiersich, Olivia Schenkel, Plamena Nikitassova, Sabine Hochstrasser, Sylvia Gmür
  • Violin, Concertmistress – Renate Steinmann
  • Violone – Iris Finkbeiner

Notes

© 2009, J.S. Bach-Stiftung St. Gallen (Schweiz)

Live Recording 29. May 2009 at the Evangelische Kirche Trogen, Switzerland

Digipak includes folder with notes and sung text in German
Made by Gallus Media AG, Switzerland

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