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Fritz Werner ,direction Ingeborg Reichelt ,soprano Margarethe Bence ,alto Helmut Krebs ,ténor Franz Kelch ,basse - Jean Sébastien BACH Cantate n°147 Cantate n°160 album mp3

Fritz Werner ,direction Ingeborg Reichelt ,soprano Margarethe Bence ,alto Helmut Krebs ,ténor Franz Kelch ,basse - Jean Sébastien BACH Cantate n°147 Cantate n°160 album mp3

Performer: Fritz Werner
Title: Jean Sébastien BACH Cantate n°147 Cantate n°160
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Jean Sébastien Bach - Ingeborg Reichelt, Helmut Krebs, Franz Kelch, Chorale Heinrich Schütz De Heilbronn, Südwestfunk Orchester Baden-Baden , Direction Fritz Werner ‎– Cantate N° 51 Jauchzet Gott In Allen Landen - Cantate N° 104 Du Hirte Israel, Höre. Label: Erato ‎– LDE 3059. 3 - Aria De Ténor Avec Deux Hautbois D'Amour Et Continuo. B4. 4 - Récitatif De Basse. B5. 5 - Aria De Basse Avec Hautbois D'Amour Et Orchestre.

Complete your Jean Sébastien Bach - Ingeborg Reichelt, Helmut Krebs, Franz Kelch, Chorale Heinrich Schütz De Heilbronn, Südwestfunk Orchester Baden-Baden , Direction Fritz Werner collection. 4 - Chorale Et Alleluia. Cantate N° 104 Du Hirte Israel, Höre. 2 - Récitatif De Ténor.

The soprano starts the theme, the alto enters just one measure later, tenor after two more measures, bass one measure later, the fast succession resulting in a lively music as a good image of life 2. The first recitative for tenor introduces the situation: "Gebenedeiter Mund! . The third recitative is for alto: Der höchsten Allmacht Wunderhand wirkt im Verborgenen der Erden (The wondrous hand of the exalted Almighty is active in the mysteries of the earth).

] Ingeborg Reichelt (soprano I); Elisabeth Fellner (soprano II); Renate Günther (alto); Helmut Krebs (tenor); Franz Kelch (bass) Recorded: Protestant Church, Weinsberg, Germany, January 1958 Motet: Jesu, meine Freude, BWV 227 Recorded: Schwaigern, Germany, 1968 Heinrich Schütz Choir, Heilbronn Boys' Choir of the Robert-Mayer-Schule, Heilbronn (BWV 244) Pforzheim. Werner has some good soloists on his roster. Helmut Krebs is a huge asset, singing the Benedictus with his usual intelligence and style (though the higher reaches of the tessitura tax him somewhat.

Ingeborg Reichelt (born 11 May 1928 in Frankfurt an der Oder) is a German soprano singer known for her interpretation of works by Johann Sebastian Bach. Ingeborg Reichelt studied in Dresden and at the Musikakademie in Hamburg (singing, dancing and acting). She also studied physiology Her repertoire has also included works of Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Brahms, Hans Pfitzner, Arnold Schoenberg and Hans Werner Henze. She performed with the Beethovenchor Ludwigshafen Bach's Christmas Oratorio in 1957, and A German Requiem of Brahms, conducted by Horst Stein in 1967. With the Heinrich-Schütz-Chor Heilbronn she performed in Handel's Messiah in 1957 and Bach's Christmas.

fritz werner - ingeborg reichelt bach : cantate n° 147 - cantate n. 60. erato - LDE 3058 - France - 60's. fritz werner & agnes giebel & helmut krebs js bach cantates bwv 68 pour le 2° jour de pentecote bwv 98, bwv 53. erato - STE 50181 STEREO - France - 1963 - original used. Price : 2. 0 € 1. 0 €. Format : LP.

Sopranos: Ingeborg Reichelt, Elisabeth Fellner; Alto: Renate Günther; Tenor: Helmut Krebs; Bass: Franz Kelch Maxence Larrieu (Flute); Pierre Pierlot (Oboe); Pierre del Vescovo (Horn); Reinhold Barchet (Violin). Erato LDE-3073-75 MHS. Jan 1-5, 1958. Bach: La Passion Selon Saint-Jean Bach: Johannes-Passion BWV 245. Fritz Werner. Heinrich Schütz-Chor Heilbronn, Pforzheim Chamber Orchestra. Tenor : Helmut Krebs, Bass : Franz Kelch, Soprano: Friederike Sailer; Alto: Marga Höffgen; Bass: Hermann Werdermann Marie-Claire Alain (Organ). Erato LDE-3176-77 Erato Ste-50062-63 (Stereo).

Werner's Bach recordings were compared to those of his contemporary Karl Richter this wise, discerning and humane Bach conductor has much to teach us, even (perhaps especially) in an age when we are so used to performances of Bach in period style and by small or smallish forces. But the other thing that listening to all these performances has reinforced for me is how endlessly inventive, how eloquent and how moving is the music of Bach. I suspect that Fritz Werner would regard that as the best possible testament to his work.

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