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Bach – Vokal- & Instrumentalensemble Der Schola Seconda Pratica, Rudolf Lutz - Jesus Nahm Zu Sich Die Zwölfe FLAC Album
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  • Performer:
    Bach – Vokal- & Instrumentalensemble Der Schola Seconda Pratica, Rudolf Lutz
  • Title:
    Jesus Nahm Zu Sich Die Zwölfe
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Baroque
  • Release date:
    2010
  • Country:
    Switzerland
  • Size FLAC version
    1205 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    2506 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1415 mb
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    741
  • Record from:
    DVD, DVD-Video

Tracklist

1Arie (Altus) - Mein Jesu, Ziehe Mich Nach Dir
Alto Vocals – Markus Forster
4:09
2BWV 22 "Jesus Nahm Zu Sich Die Zwölfe" (Kantate Zu Estomihi)(15:53)
3[Arioso Und Chor] (Tenor, Bass, Chor) - Jesu Nahm Zu Sich Die Zwölfe
Bass Vocals – Ekkehard AbeleTenor Vocals – Johannes Kaleschke
4:38
4Rezitativ (Bass) - Mein Jesu, Ziehe Mich
Bass Vocals – Ekkehard Abele
2:03
5Choral - Ertöt Uns Durch Dein Güte2:03
6Arie (Tenor) - Mein Alles In Allem
Tenor Vocals – Johannes Kaleschke
3:04

Credits

  • Alto Vocals [Choir]Antonia Frey, Jan Börner, Lea Scherer, Olivia Heiniger
  • Bass Vocals [Choir]Fabrice Hayoz, Philippe Rayot, Valentin Parli
  • BassoonDorothy Mosher
  • CelloMartin Zeller
  • ChoirVokalensemble Seconda Pratica
  • Composed ByJohann Sebastian Bach
  • Directed By [Regie]Meinrad Keel
  • Directed By, HarpsichordRudolf Lutz
  • Engineer [Sound]Johannes Widmer, Stefan Ritzenthaler
  • Liner NotesAnselm Hartinger, Rudolf Lutz
  • OboeStefanie Haegele
  • OrchestraInstrumentalensemble Der Schola Seconda Pratica
  • OrganNorbert Zeilberger
  • Photography ByHanspeter Schiess
  • Soprano Vocals [Choir]Alexa Vogel, Guro Hjemli, Noëmi Tran-Rediger, Susanne Frei
  • Speech [Reflexion]Ingrid Grave
  • Tenor Vocals [Choir]Clemens Flämig, Marcel Fässler, Nicolas Savoy
  • ViolaSusanna Hefti
  • ViolinRenate Steinmann
  • Violin, ConcertmasterJohn Holloway
  • VioloneIris Finkbeiner

Notes

© 2010, J.S. Bach-Stiftung St. Gallen (Schweiz)

Live Recording 19. February 2010 at the Evangelische Kirche Trogen, Switzerland:
Digipak includes folder with notes and sung text in German and English
Made by Gallus Media AG, Switzerland

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  • Rights Society: SUISA

Companies

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

Album

Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2008 DVD от Wohl Dem, Der Sich Auf Seinen Gott на nahm zu sich die Zwölfe Jesus gathered the twelve to Himself, BWV 22, is a church cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach composed for Quinquagesima, the last Sunday before Lent. Bach composed it as an audition piece for the position of Thomaskantor in Leipzig and first performed it there on 7 February 1723. The work, which is in five movements, begins with a scene from the Gospel reading in which Jesus predicts his suffering in Jerusalem. The unknown poet of the cantata text took the scene as a. Cohen from Alicia de Larrocha's The No. 1 Bach Album and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The No. 1 Bach Album. Various Artists. 108 listeners. 4 more albums featuring this track. Do you know the lyrics for this track . Conducted by Rudolf Lutz, the Choir and Orchestra has been performing J. Bachs cantatas in a monthly concert cycle since October 2006. Throughout the ongoing work of this project, it has continually developed and matured. Today, the ensemble is distinguished by its homogenous, yet flexible sound and its wealth of experience in the interpretation of J. Bachs works. Bach wrote 'Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe', performed by the Netherlands Bach Society for All of Bach, as an 'audition piece'. He was applying for . Arioso Tenor, Bass, Chor Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe und sprach: Sehet, wir gehn hinauf gen Jerusalem, und es wird alles vollendet werden, das geschrieben ist von des Menschen Sohn. Sie aber vernahmen der keines und wussten nicht, was das gesaget war. Arie Alt Mein Jesu, ziehe mich nach dir, ich bin bereit, ich will von hier und nach Jerusalem zu deinen Leiden gehn. Wohl mir, wenn ich die Wichtigkeit von dieser Leid- und Sterbenszeit zu meinem Troste kann durchgehends wohl verstehn 3. Rezitativ Bass Mein Jesu, ziehe mich, so werd ich laufen, denn Fleisch und Blut verstehet ganz. Johann Sebastian Bach. Cantata No. 22, Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe, BWV 22 BC A48. Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe. Mein Jesu, ziehe mich nach dir. Mein Jesu, ziehe mich, so werd' ich laufen. The text of the first movement, Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe Jesus gathered the Twelve to Himself is a quotation of two verses from the prescribed Gospel for the Sunday Luke 18:3143. The movement is a scene with different actors, narrated by the Evangelist tenor, in which Jesus bass, as the vox Christi or voice of Christ and his disciples the chorus interact. Bach: Kantate BWV 22 Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe. Chor der J. Orchester der J. Markus Forster Johannes Kaleschke Ekkehard Abele. Rudolf Lutz