Bach-Kantaten N°22 (CD)

BWV 56, 95, 161 // Release year: 2018

"Bach-Kantaten N°22"

This CD features three different cantatas

The CD „Bach-Kantate N°22“ contains the recordings oft he following cantatas:

  • I will the cross-staff gladly carry (BWV 56)
  • Lord Christ, he is my being (BWV 95)
  • Come, O death, thou sweetest hour (BWV 161)

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BWV 56 I will the cross-staff gladly carry

for the Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity

for bass, vocal ensemble, oboe I+II, taille, violoncello, strings and basso continuo.

orchestra

Conductor: Rudolf Lutz

soloists

Bass: Klaus Mertens

recording & editing

Duration: 00:18:26
Recording date: 24.10.2014
Recording location: Trogen
Sound engineer: Stefan Ritzenthaler, Johannes Widmer / GALLUS MEDIA AG
Production: J.S. Bach-Stiftung St. Gallen

BWV 95 Lord Christ, he is my being

16th Sunday after Trinity

for soprano, tenor and bass, vocal ensemble, corno, oboe d’amore I+II, strings and basso continuo

orchestra

Conductor: Rudolf Lutz

soloists

Soprano: Julia Sophie Wagner
Tenor: Charles Daniels
Bass: Matthias Helm

recording & editing

Duration: 00:16:28
Recording date: 18.09.2015
Recording location: Trogen
Sound engineer: Stefan Ritzenthaler, Johannes Widmer / GALLUS MEDIA AG
Production: J.S. Bach-Stiftung St. Gallen

BWV 161 Come, O death, thou sweetest hour

for the Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity

for alto and tenor, vocal ensemble, flute I+II, strings and continuo.

orchestra

Conductor: Rudolf Lutz

soloists

Altus: Alex Potter
Tenor: Daniel Johannsen

recording & editing

Duration: 00:17:56
Recording date: 25.09.2009
Recording location: Trogen
Sound engineer: Stefan Ritzenthaler, Johannes Widmer / GALLUS MEDIA AG
Production: J.S. Bach-Stiftung St. Gallen

Additional Information

SKU: 250.22
EAN: 7640151160272
Booklet's translations: Alice Noger-Gradon
Release year: 2018

BWV 56 I will the cross-staff gladly carry

BWV 95 Lord Christ, he is my being

BWV 161 Come, O death, thou sweetest hour

BWV 56 I will the cross-staff gladly carry

BWV 95 Lord Christ, he is my being

BWV 161 Come, O death, thou sweetest hour



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