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Johann Sebastian Bach, Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki - Cantatas 40: ►79 ►137 ►164 ►168 (Lobe Den Herren) mp3 download Performer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Album: Cantatas 40: ►79 ►137 ►164 ►168 (Lobe Den Herren)
Released: 2008
Style: Baroque
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Photography By – Koichi Miura. Photography By – Marco Borggreve. Producer – Hans Kipfer. Soprano Vocals – Minae Fujisaki, Yoshie Hida. Recorded June 2007 at the Kobe Shoin Women's University Chapel, Japan Cantatas from Leipzig 1725. The Bach Collegium Japan and this production are sponsored by NEC. Special thanks to Kobe Shoin Women’s University. Recording equipment: Neumann microphones; RME Octamic D microphone preamplifier and high resolution A/D converter; Protools Workstation; Stax headphones.

Japanese ce specialist Masaaki Suzuki reaches the 40th volume of his complete traversal of Bach's cantatas with this disc. The series has attained an impressive level of technical consistency, and technical ensemble precision is what Suzuki's style is all about. Start with the German pronunciation of his Bach Collegium Japan, which has been tested on native Germans and found flawless. The distinctive moments in Suzuki come in moments of unusual texture, for example in the duet "Lobe den Herren, der künstlich und fein" from the Cantata No 137 (track 3), where Bach wrote a mysterious squiggly line above the staff, similar to those that appear in other Bach autographs but of unknown significance. Not to give anything away: what Suzuki makes of this marking is both extremely unusual and also a perfect example of something that only he could get away with.

Bach Collegium Japan. Bach: Cantatas, Vol 35 (BWV 74, 87, 128, 176) /Bach Collegium Japan · Suzuki. Bach: Cantatas, Vol. 40 is a 2008 BIS Records AB recording under direction of Masaaki Suzuki who leads the Bach Collegium Japan. One also has the immense pleasure to listen to Peter Kooij bass, and baritone Robin Blaze. Klaus Hoffman and Masaaki Suzki have written excellent music notes.

By Johann Sebastian Bach. 14. Halt Im Gedachtnis Jesum Christ, BWV 67: Aria: Mein Jesus Ist Erstanded (Tenor). By Johann Sebastian Bach. 15. Halt Im Gedachtnis Jesum Christ, BWV 67: Recitative: Mein Jesu, Heissest Du (Alto). 16. Halt Im Gedachtnis Jesum Christ, BWV 67: Chorale: Erschienen Ist Der Herrlich Tag. 17. Halt Im Gedachtnis Jesum Christ, BWV 67: Recitative: Doch Scheinet Fast (Alto). 18. Halt Im Gedachtnis Jesum Christ, BWV 67: Aria: Freide Sei Mit Euch! (Bass, Chorus).

Title: Cantatas Vol. 40 (Kooij, Bach Collegium Japan). Sub Genre: Sacred Choral/Vocal.

Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Bach Collegium Japan. Yukari Nonoshita (soprano), Makoto Sakurada (tenor), Peter Kooij (bass), Robin Blaze (counter-tenor). Recording Venue: Kobe Shoin Women's University Chapel, Japan. Lobe den Herren, den machtigen Konig der Ehren (Chorus). Although Bach did not compose many cantatas during the year 1725, the four cantatas that he did compose are far from being routine affairs. Lobe den Herren (Praise to the Lord), BWV 137, is a case in point: in it Bach includes the original text of the famous hymn, and also uses the familiar melody in all five movements to a greater or lesser degree. To impose such limitations must have been a challenge to himself as a composer, and the imagination and technical skill with which he fulfilled his task are striking.

Bach – Cantatas Vo. 0 (Suzuki). 01 – 05. Lobe den Herrn, den mächtigen König der Ehren, BWV 137 06 – 11. Tue Rechnung! Donnerwort, BWV 168 12 – 17. Gott, der Herr, ist Sonn und Schild, BWV 79 18 – 23. Ihr, die ihr euch von Christo nennet, BWV 164. Makoto Sakurada (Tenor), Peter Kooy (Bass), Yukari Nonoshita (Soprano), Robin Blaze (Countertenor), Bach Collegium Japan Masaaki Suzuki – conductor. Japanese ce specialist Masaaki Suzuki reaches the 40th volume of his complete traversal of Bach's cantatas with this disc.

19 RecordingsStuttgart Bach Collegium Orchestra 17 RecordingsRilling, Helmuth Conductor 14 RecordingsGächinger Kantorei Stuttgart Chorus/Choir 5 RecordingsBach Collegium Japan Chorus Vocal Ensemble 5 RecordingsSuzuki, Masaaki Conductor 5 RecordingsGardiner, John Eliot Conductor 5 RecordingsHartmann, Michael Conductor 5 Choir Chorus/Choir 4 r Kantorei Chorus/Choir 2 r der Gedächtniskirche Stuttgart Chorus/Choir 1 RecordingMusik Ekklesia Ensemble 1 RecordingEnsemble il capriccio Ensemble 1 . Cantata N. 37: Lobe den Herren (Trinity), BWV137 Work. Helmuth Rilling Conductor. Figuralchor der Gedächtniskirche Stuttgart Chorus/Choir. Bach: Cantatas, Vo. 0: BWV79, 137, 164, 168 Bach Collegium Japan.

Darzu ist erschienen der Sohn Gottes (For this the Son of God appeared), BWV 40, is a church cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach. He composed it in 1723, his first year in Leipzig, for the Second Day of Christmas, and first performed it on 26 December that year in both main churches, Thomaskirche and Nikolaikirche. It was the first Christmas cantata Bach composed for Leipzig. The title of the cantata also appears in more modern German as Dazu ist erschienen der Sohn Gottes.

Bach Collegium Japan's deservedly acclaimed project to record all of Bach's cantatas has reached volume 51, which turns out to be an especially vibrant and generously filled collection of sacred occasional works. These sit outside the bulk of Bach's sacred cantatas, not part of the cycles for Sundays and feast days of the church year

Tracklist

Lobe Den Herren, Den Mächtigen König Der Ehren, BWV 137 (Kantate Zum 12. Sonntag Nach Trinitatis, 19. August 1725) (12:36)
1 1. Chorus. Lobe Den Herren, Den Mächtigen König Der Ehren … 3:06
2 2. Aria (Alto). Lobe Den Herren, Der Alles So Herrlich Regieret … 3:13
3 3. Aria (Soprano, Basso). Lobe Den Herren, Der Künstlich Und Fein Dich … 3:01
4 4. Aria (Tenore). Lobe Den Herren, Der Deinen Stand Sichtbar … 2:26
5 5. Choral. Lobe Den Herren, Was In Mir Ist, Lobe Den Namen! … 0:45
Tue Rechnung! Donnerwort, BWV 168 (Kantate Zum 9. Sonntag Nach Trinitatis, 29. Juli 1725) (12:51)
6 1. Aria (Basso). Tue Rechnung! Donnerwort … 3:01
7 2. Recitativo (Tenore). Es Ist Nur Fremdes Gut … 1:50
8 3. Aria (Tenore). Kapital Und Interessen … 3:07
9 4. Recitativo (Basso). Jedoch, Erschrocknes Herz, Leb Und Verzage Nicht! … 1:42
10 5. Aria (Soprano, Alto). Herz, Zerreiß Des Mammons Kette … 2:11
11 6. Choral. Stärk' Mich Mit Deinem Freudengeist … 0:56
Gott Der Herr Ist Sonn Und Schild, BWV 79 (Kantate Zum Reformationsfest, 31. Oktober 1725) (14:10)
12 1. [Chorus]. Gott Der Herr Ist Sonn Und Schild … 4:36
13 2. Aria (Alto). Gott Ist Unsre Sonn Und Schild … 2:47
14 3. Choral. Nun Danket Alle Gott … 2:03
15 4. Recitativo (Basso). Gottlob, Wir Wissen … 0:58
16 5. Aria (Soprano, Basso). Gott, Ach Gott, Verlass Die Deinen … 2:58
17 6. Choral. Erhalt Uns In Der Wahrheit … 0:41
Ihr, Die Ihr Euch Von Christo Nennet, BWV 164 (Kantate Zum 13. Sonntag Nach Trinitatis, 26. August 1725) (16:25)
18 1. [Aria] (Tenore). Ihr, Die Ihr Euch Von Christo Nennet … 4:16
19 2. Recitativo (Basso). Wir Hören Zwar, Was Selbst Die Liebe Spricht … 1:46
20 3. Aria (Alto). Nur Durch Lieb Und Durch Erbarmen … 4:17
21 4. Recitativo (Tenore). Ach, Schmelze Doch Durch Deinen Liebesstrahl … 1:29
22 5. Aria (Soprano, Basso). Händen, Die Sich Nicht Verschließen … 3:47
23 6. Choral. Ertöt Uns Durch Dein Güte … 0:49

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – BIS Records AB
  • Copyright (c) – BIS Records AB
  • Copyright (c) – Masaaki Suzuki
  • Copyright (c) – Klaus Hofmann
  • Copyright (c) – Marco Borggreve
  • Recorded At – Kobe Shoin Women's University, Japan

Credits

  • Alto Vocals – Hiroya Aoki, Tamaki Suzuki
  • Alto Vocals, Countertenor Vocals, Soloist – Robin Blaze
  • Bass Vocals – Daisuke Fujii, Yusuke Watanabe
  • Bass Vocals, Soloist – Peter Kooij
  • Bassoon [Continuo] – Takako Kunugi
  • Directed By – Masaaki Suzuki
  • Edited By [Digital Editing] – Piotr Furmanczyk
  • Engineer – Matthias Spitzbarth
  • Executive-Producer – Robert von Bahr
  • Flute [Flauto Traverso I] – Kiyomi Suga
  • Flute [Flauto Traverso II] – Liliko Maeda
  • Harpsichord [Cembalo, Continuo] – Masato Suzuki
  • Horn [Corno I] – Toshio Shimada
  • Horn [Corno II] – Taro Shimoda
  • Layout, Typography [Typesetting] – Andrew Barnett
  • Liner Notes – Klaus Hofmann , Masaaki Suzuki
  • Liner Notes [English Translation] – Andrew Barnett
  • Liner Notes [French Translation] – Jean-Pascal Vachon
  • Liner Notes [German Translation] – Horst A. Scholz
  • Oboe [I], Oboe d'Amore [I] – Masamitsu San'nomiya*
  • Oboe [II], Oboe d'Amore [II] – Atsuko Ozaki (tracks: 24 to 29)
  • Orchestra, Chorus – Bach Collegium Japan
  • Organ [Continuo] – Naoko Imai
  • Photography By [Bach Collegium Japan] – Koichi Miura
  • Photography By [Masaaki Suzuki] – Marco Borggreve
  • Producer [Recording Producer] – Hans Kipfer
  • Soprano Vocals – Minae Fujisaki, Yoshie Hida
  • Soprano Vocals, Soloist – Yukari Nonoshita
  • Technician [Tuner] – Akimi Hayashi
  • Tenor Vocals – Satoshi Mizukoshi, Yusuke Fujii
  • Tenor Vocals, Soloist – Makoto Sakurada
  • Timpani – Takaaki Kondo
  • Trumpet [Tromba I] – Toshio Shimada
  • Trumpet [Tromba II] – Hidenori Saito
  • Trumpet [Tromba III] – Ayako Murata
  • Viola – Hiroshi Narita , Mina Fukazawa
  • Violin [I] – Paul Herrera, Yuko Takeshima
  • Violin [I], Leader, Soloist – Natsumi Wakamatsu
  • Violin [II] – Azumi Takada, Kaori Toda, Yuko Araki
  • Violoncello [Continuo] – Hidemi Suzuki
  • Violone [Continuo] – Takashi Konno

Notes

Recorded June 2007 at the Kobe Shoin Women's University Chapel, Japan
Cantatas from Leipzig 1725.
℗ & © 2008
TT: 57'22

The Bach Collegium Japan and this production are sponsored by NEC.
Special thanks to Kobe Shoin Women’s University

Recording equipment: Neumann microphones; RME Octamic D microphone preamplifier and high resolution A/D converter;
Protools Workstation; Stax headphones

36-page digital booklet with liner notes in English, German And French including the original sung text and the English Translation

Originally released on SACD in 2008.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7318599916712

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BIS-SACD-1671 Johann Sebastian Bach, Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki Johann Sebastian Bach, Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki - Cantatas 40: ►79 ►137 ►164 ►168 (Lobe Den Herren) ‎(23xFile, FLAC, Album, RE) BIS BIS-SACD-1671 Unknown