Bach, Wolfgang Gönnenwein, Stuttgart Madrigal Choir And Deutsche Bachsolisten - Bach Magnificat in D (Including Christmas Interpolations) download mp3 album
Bach, Wolfgang Gönnenwein, Stuttgart Madrigal Choir And Deutsche Bachsolisten - Bach Magnificat in D (Including Christmas Interpolations) (LP).
Discography of Bach's Magnificat. Performances of Johann Sebastian Bach's Magnificat come in three formats: D major version, BWV 243 with the twelve movements of that version; D major version, with the Christmas interpolations from the earlier version BWV 243a transposed and inserted after movements 2, 5, 7 and 9. E flat major version, BWV 243a. The difference with the previous format is not only the key signature, there are also differences in orchestration, .
Johann Sebastian Bach's Magnificat, BWV 24., BWV 243, is a musical setting of the biblical canticle Magnificat. It is scored for five vocal parts (two sopranos, alto, tenor and bass), and a Baroque orchestra including trumpets and timpani. It is the first major liturgical composition on a Latin text by Bach. In 1723, after taking up his post as Thomaskantor in Leipzig, Bach set the text of the Magnificat in a twelve movement composition in the key of E-flat major
Wolfgang Gönnenwein's Bach: Magnificat in D (Including Christmas Interpolations), with the Deutsche Bachsolisten and the Süddeutscher Madrigalchor appeared in the 1970s. Bruno Maderna recorded BWV 243a, with the choir and orchestra of the Südwestdeutscher Rundfunk, and Hedy Graf, Hildegard Laurich, Adalbert Kraus and Michael Schopper as vocal soloists, in 1971. The first recording on period instruments of Bach's Magnificat, with the four choral Christmas interpolations (BWV 243a), was released by Simon Preston.
1991 CD. Bach: Magnificat in D Including Christmas Interpolations Magnificat in D, BWV 243, with Christmas Interpolations, BWV 243a. Gönnenwein, WolfgangWolfgang Gönnenwein Süddeutscher Madrigalchor Deutsche Bachsolisten. Gundula Bernàt-Klein. Deutsche Harmonia Mundi. The first recording by Rilling, of the D major version with Christmas interpolations, with a performance time of 40:06,38 was reissued under the title Christmas Magnificats, and also issued in comparison to a recording of the Magnificat in D by Kurt Thomas under the title Compare43 Gönnenwein's D major recording with Christmas interpolations appeared on a CD titled JS.
Most of Johann Sebastian Bach's extant church music in Latin -settings of (parts of) the Mass ordinary and the Magnificat- dates from his Leipzig period (1723–50). Bach started to assimilate and expand compositions on a Latin text by other composers before his tenure as Thomaskantor in Leipzig, and he continued to do so after he had taken up that post
Bach, JS/Bach, CPE: i: Messa di Santa Cecilia Songs. Bach: Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243 - with four Christmas interpolations. Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach, Play Now. . Listen to The Choir Of Kings College . Neue Bach Ausgabe - Von Himmel Hoch da komm ich her MP3 song.
|A2||Aria (Soprano II)|
|A3||Chorus (Interpolation I)|
|A4||Aria (Soprano I)|
|A7||Chorus (Interpolation II)|
|A8||Duet (Alto and Tenor)|
|B2||Chorus (Interpolation II)|
|B5||Duet (Soprano And Bass)|
|B6||Trio (Sopranos I And II, And Alto)|
- Record Company – ORYX
- Bass Vocals – Barry McDaniel
- Soprano Vocals – Birgit Finnilä, Helen Donath
- Tenor Vocals – Peter Schreier