Alto Vocals – Claudia Hellmann. Bass Vocals – Erich Wenk, Jakob Stämpfli. Cello – Jacoba Muckel. Chorus – Chorale Heinrich Schütz De Heilbronn. Conductor – Fritz Werner. Engineer – Peter Willemoës. Harpsichord, Organ – Eva Hölderlin. Oboe d'Amore – Pierre Pierlot. Orchestra – Orchestre De Chambre De Pforzheim. Photography By – Giraudon. The Great Cantatas Volume 15 (LP, Album, Club). World Record Club, World Record Club.
Les Grandes Cantates De . S. Bach – Vol. 15. Format: Vinyl, LP. Country: France. Layout – Jacques Vatoux. Organ, Harpsichord – Eva Hölderlin. Sleeve Notes – Carl De Nys.
Bassoon – Paul Hongne. Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach. Nose Flute – Hartmut Strebel. Oboe – Jacques Chambon, Pierre Pierlot. Soprano Vocals – Friederike Sailer. Tenor Vocals – Helmut Krebs. Trumpet – Walter Gleissle. Violin – Reinhold Barchet. 9. Format: Vinyl, LP, Mono. Engineer – Peter Willemoes. Organ – Eva Hölderlin. Sleeve Notes – François Pouget.
Jakob Stämpfli, Erich Wenck, Chorale Heinrich Schütz De Heilbronn, Orchestre de Chambre de Pforzheim – Les Grandes Cantates De J. Bach, Cantate BWV 149 Pour la Fete de Saint-Michel "Man Singet Mit Freuden Vom Sieg", Cantate BWV 131 (Psaume 130) "Aus Der Tiefe Rufe Ich, Herr, Zu Dir". Label: Erato – LDE 3274. Series: Les Grandes Cantates De . Bach – 17. Soprano Vocals – Agnes Giebel. Tenor Vocals – Georg Jelden.
Fritz Werner & Heinrich Schütz Choir of Heilbronn & Pforzheim Chamber Orchestra Bach Cantatas & Other Vocal Works General Discussions. Fritz Werner (was Re: BWV 6). George Murnu wrote (April 21, 1998): I myself got back from a trip to NY this weekend and I bought a few Bach recordings, more specifically another re-issue of some of the cantatas conducted by Fritz Werner. So far Erato has re-issued four sets, each with two CD's, of these recordings originally made in the sixties, some in the early seventies; I only have three of these sets in my collection. Aryeh Oron wrote (January 13, 2000): Here is a list of Fritz Werner recordings of Choral music by . I compiled it from various sources and I am not sure that it is complete. There are many Cantatas which appear only in CD form and not on LP and vice versa.
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. As concertmaster, he assumed the principal responsibility for composing new works, specifically cantatas for the Schloßkirche (palace church), on a monthly schedule. Bach composed the cantata for Easter Sunday in 1715. Les Grandes Cantates de J. Bach Vol. 17, Fritz Werner, Heinrich-Schütz-Chor Heilbronn, Pforzheim Chamber Orchestra, Agnes Giebel, Helmut Krebs, Erich Wenk, Erato 1963. J. Bach: Das Kantatenwerk · Complete Cantatas · Les Cantates, Folge, Vol. 9, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Wiener Sängerknaben, Chorus Viennensis, Concentus Musicus Wien, soloists of the Wiener Sängerknaben, Kurt Equiluz, Siegmund Nimsgern, Teldec 1973.
When I brushed up the history of cantata recordings, I was amazed to see that Werner's versions are among the first recorded ones: they are neither naïve nor specifically old-fashioned. The best complete performance of the cantata in this album IMO is BWV 182 (CDII, tracks 1-8): it is so beautiful that I do not want to hear anything else when I am listening to this version. The best single track (a personal choice) is the first & Christ, wann werd' ich sterben?' 12/8 chorale in E major, with its soaring soprano line: it is funeral music with funeral bells (string imitations), but it is radiant and hypnotic.
Bach - BWV 248 - Agnes Giebel, Claudia Hellman, Barry McDaniel, Helmut Krebs, Koor Heinrich Schutz Heilbronn, Kamerorkest Pforzheim, Fritz Werner, Erato (3Lp). Date and Time (Modified) - 2009:06:02 15:17:47. YCbCr Positioning - Centered. ISO Speed - 400. Exif Version - 0220. Date and Time (Original) - 2009:06:02 15:17:47. Date and Time (Digitized) - 2009:06:02 15:17:47. Components Configuration - Y, Cb, Cr, - Brightness Value - . 2.