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J. S. Bach, Hanni Wendlandt, Lotte Wolf-Matthäus, Helmut Krebs, Roland Kunz, Helmut Barbe, Choir Of St. Nicholas, Berlin-Spandau, Bach Orchestra of Berlin - Cantata No. 13/Meine Seufzer, Mein Tranen & Cantata No. 166/Wo Gehet Du Hin mp3 download

J. S. Bach, Hanni Wendlandt, Lotte Wolf-Matthäus, Helmut Krebs, Roland Kunz, Helmut Barbe, Choir Of St. Nicholas, Berlin-Spandau, Bach Orchestra of Berlin - Cantata No. 13/Meine Seufzer, Mein Tranen & Cantata No. 166/Wo Gehet Du Hin mp3 download Performer: J. S. Bach
Album: Cantata No. 13/Meine Seufzer, Mein Tranen & Cantata No. 166/Wo Gehet Du Hin
Country: Germany
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Cantata No. 166, "Wo Gehet Du Hin". Alto Vocals – Lotte Wolf-Matthäus. Conductor – Helmut Barbe. Orchestra – Bach Orchestra Of Berlin. Soprano Vocals – Hanni Wendlandt. Tenor Vocals – Helmut Krebs. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.

Meine Seufzer, meine Tränen" - Kantate BWV 13 am 2. Sonntag nach Epiphanias für Sopran, Alt, Tenor, Baß, vierstimmigen Chor, Blockflöte I, II, Oboe, Oboe da caccia, Streicher und Generalbaß. B1. "Wo gehest du hin" - Kantate BWV 166 am Sonntag Kantate für Alt, Tenor, Baß, vierstimmigen Chor, Oboe, Streicher und Generalbaß. Companies, etc. Recorded At – Teldec-Studio, Berlin. Bass Vocals – Roland Kunz. Chorus – Kantorei St. Nikolai Berlin-Spandau. Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach. Cantata No. 13/Meine Seufzer, Meine Tränen, Cantata No. 166/Wo Gehet Du Hin ‎(LP). Vanguard Everyman Classics.

Profile: German church musician and composer He was born December 28, 1927 in Halle an der Saale. J. S. Bach - Hanni Wendlandt, Lotte Wolf-Matthäus, Roland Kunz, Helmut Krebs, Kantorei St. Nikolai Berlin-Spandau, Bach-Orchester Berlin, Helmut Barbe. Nikolai Berlin-Spandau, Bach-Orchester Berlin, Helmut Barbe - Meine Seufzer, Meine Tränen (Kantate BWV 13), Wo Gehest Du Hin (Kantate BWV 166). Helmut Barbe, Johann Sebastian Bach, Bach-Orchester Berlin - Cantata No. 13 "Meine Seufzer, meine Tränen" Cantata No. 166 "Wo Gehest du hin" ‎(12"). Musical Heritage Society, Inc. MHS 1316.

This interesting cantata for the fourth Sunday after Easter is presumed to have been written by Christian Weiss, S. about 1725. I heard only 4 recordings of BWV 166. From the modern interpreters I have heard only Koopman. AFAIK, Suzuki, Jan Leusink and Herreweghe have not recorded this cantata yet. Neither was it recorded by famous heroes from the past, like Karl Richter or Günther Ramin. Helmut Barbe did the only recording from the past that I have. This is an opportunity to hear and compare a recording from somebody, whose name has not been popped up in this discussion group before. See: Cantata BWV 166 - Recording. The optimal solution seems to be using Choir of boys Sopranos. Leonhardt had this option to his disposal, but he had other preference. The accompaniment in Barbe's rendering is the best balanced with the voices.

Wo gehest du hin? ("Where are you heading?", literally: "Where do you go?"), BWV 166, is a church cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach. He composed it in Leipzig for Cantate, the fourth Sunday after Easter, and first performed it on 7 May 1724. Bach composed the cantata in his first year in Leipzig for the Fourth Sunday after Easter, called Cantate.

Meine Seufzer, meine Tränen (My sighs, my tears), BWV 13, is a church cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach. He composed it in Leipzig for the second Sunday after Epiphany and first performed it on 20 January 1726. Bach wrote the cantata in his third year in Leipzig for the Second Sunday after Epiphany.

Mein Gott, wie lang, ach lange? (My God, how long, ah, how long), BWV 155, is a church cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach. He first performed it in Weimar on the second Sunday after Epiphany, on 19 January 1716. On 2 March 1714 Bach was appointed concertmaster of the Weimar court capelle of the co-reigning dukes Wilhelm Ernst and Ernst August of Saxe-Weimar

Tracklist

Meine Seufzer, Mein Tranen
1 Aria (Tenor)
2 Recitative (Alto)
3 Chorale (Alto)
4 Recitative (Soprano)
5 Aria (Bass)
6 Chorale
Wo Gehet Du Hin
1 Aria (Bass)
2 Aria (Tenor)
3 Chorale (Soprano)
4 Recitative (Bass)
5 Aria (Alto)
6 Chorale

Credits

  • Artwork – Von Schmidt*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CAN 1205 Johann Sebastian Bach Meine Seufzer, Meine Tränen / Wo Gehest Du Hin ‎(LP) Cantate CAN 1205 Germany 1960
610 106 J. S. Bach* - Hanni Wendlandt, Lotte Wolf-Matthäus, Roland Kunz, Helmut Krebs, Kantorei St. Nikolai Berlin-Spandau, Bach-Orchester Berlin, Helmut Barbe J. S. Bach* - Hanni Wendlandt, Lotte Wolf-Matthäus, Roland Kunz, Helmut Krebs, Kantorei St. Nikolai Berlin-Spandau, Bach-Orchester Berlin, Helmut Barbe - Meine Seufzer, Meine Tränen (Kantate BWV 13) / Wo Gehest Du Hin (Kantate BWV 166) ‎(LP, Mono) SDG 610 106 Germany Unknown
SRV 244SD J. S. Bach* Cantata No. 13/Meine Seufzer, Meine Tränen, Cantata No. 166/Wo Gehet Du Hin ‎(LP) Vanguard Everyman Classics SRV 244SD US 1967