Kyrie, Gott Vater In Ewigkeit volume 2

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Tracklist

1.
Praeludium In E-Flat BWV 552
06:03
2.
Kyrie, Gott Vater In Ewigkeit
01:39
3.
Kyrie, Gott Vater In Ewigkeit SWV 420
00:00
4.
Kyrie, Gott Vater In Ewigkeit BWV 669
02:19
5.
Christie, Aller Welt Trost BWV 670
00:00
6.
Kyrie, Gott Heiliger Geist BWV 671
00:00
7.
Allein Gott In Der Höh Sei Ehr
00:53
8.
Allein Gott In Der Höh Sei Ehr
02:15
9.
Allein Gott In Der Höh Sei Ehr BWV 676
03:38
10.
Dies Sind Die Heilgen Zehn Gebot
00:37
11.
Dies Sind Die Heilgen Zehn Gebot
00:00
12.
Dies Sind Die Heilgen Zehn Gebot BWV 678
00:00
13.
Wir Gläuben All An Einen Gott
00:00
14.
Wir Gläuben All An Einen Gott
00:00
15.
Wir Gläuben All An Einen Gott BWV 680
02:11
16.
Vater Unser Im Himmelreich
00:44
17.
Vater Unser Im Himmelreich
00:00
18.
Vater Unser Im Himmelreich BWV 682
05:21
19.
Christ, Unser Herr, Zum Jordan Kam
00:00
20.
Christ, Unser Herr, Zum Jordan Kam
00:00
21.
Christ, Unser Herr, Zum Jordan Kam BWV684
03:09
22.
Aus Tiefer Noth Schei Ich Zu Dir
00:55
23.
Aus Tiefer Noth Schei Ich Zu Dir
00:00
24.
Aus Tiefer Noth Schei Ich Zu Dir BWV 686
03:50
25.
Jesus Christus, Unser Heiland
00:42
26.
Jesus Christus, Unser Heiland
02:11
27.
Jesus Christus, Unser Heiland BWV 688
00:00
28.
Fuga In E-Flat BWV 552
04:53

Description

Several years after his appointment in 1723 as cantor of the St Thomaskirche, Johann Sebastian Bach started work on a major collection of keyboard works under the collective name of ‘Clavier-Übung’. This collection was already published in several instalments during the 18th century, and it would ultimately grow into a standard work for every keyboard player, one which contains the essence of Bach’s keyboard artistry. In the extensive third section of the Clavier-Übung, the organ is of central importance. In addition to an imposing prelude and fugue, Bach composed 21 so- called chorale preludes for organ for this collection. Every one of them is a masterpiece, in which Bach makes use of complex polyphony, invertible counterpoint, and canonic techniques. Bach also employs a very wide range of musical styles. The chorales which Bach used were common musical property in his day, recognizable, so to speak, for any listener. Today, since this is no longer the case, the Netherlands Bach Foundation is of the opinion that it is advisable to make them available as an addition to a complete recording of the so called ‘organ mass’. The choir of the Netherlands Bach Society, conducted by Jos van Veldhoven, performs the chorales in harmonizations composed by Bach himself, but also by his predecessors including Praetorius, Hassler, Schein, and Scheidt.

Additional information

Artists

Editing

Jared Sacks

Mastering equiment

Sadie Audio system

Mastering engineer

Jared Sacks

Mixing console

Rens Heijnis Custom made

Microphones

Bruel & Kjaer, Schoeps

Analog to digital converter

Prism 24 bit / Genex Recorder

Recording date

October 1998

Recording location

St. Walburgiskerk, Zutphen

Recording engineer

jared Sacks

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Producer

Jared Sacks, Jos van Veldhoven, Leo van Doeselaar

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Sony

Press reviews

Volkskrant

(…) vernuftige combinatie van bloemlezing en Bach-compilatie maakt dat de muziek beter tot haar recht komt dan ze ooit in een van beide afzonderlijk zou kunnen doen.(…)

Gelderland Pers

(…) van Doeselaar houdt de muziek op een briljante manier transparant (…)

Limburgs Dagblad

(…) van Doeselaar voert deze veeleisende en afwisselende compositie op grandioze wijze uit (…) (…) het koor van de Bachvereniging zorgt voor een interessant en welluidend reliëf door de koralen waarop de orgelbewerkingen zijn gebaseerd, voorafgaande aan de orgelsolo’s te presenteren. Interessant en genietbaar.

Klassieke Zaken

(…) Muzikaal en evenwichtig (…) (…) Uitvoering en van grote klasse.

Luister

(…) Ideale combinatie: elk deel uit het Ordinarium en de Catechismus wordt voorafgegaan door de eenstemmig gezongen melodie en een meerstemmige zetting (…) Een uitmuntend liturgisch geheel (…)

Fanfare

(…) the chorus sings accurately and enthousiastically, and maintains clean contrapuntal lines. (…) (…) Excellent sound (…) (…) Recommended alike to those who enjoy out-of-the-way Baroque choral music or who want to hear some of Bach’s chorale preludes in an apposite contrext.

Trouw

(…) Leo van Doeselaar is an exceptionally player and eminently well suited to the challenge of lending just stature to this music. (…) (…) The Netherlands Bach Society provide a genuine rhetorical sensibility under Jos van Veldhoven, who embraces the 17th century vocal concertos with rare humility and intimacy. (…) (…) Strongly recommended. (…) Een kunstwerk (…) (…) Door de combinatie met het prachtig zingende koor wordt de relatie tussen oorspronkelijke melodie en orgelbewerking voortreffenlijk uitgewerkt.

American Record Guide

(…) the organ performances are masterly in beautiful sound (…)

Gramophone

(…) Leo van Doeselaar is an exceptionally accomplished player and eminently well suited to the challenge of lending just stature to this music. (…) (…) The Netherlands Bach Society Choir provide a genuine rhetorical sensibility under Jos van Veldhoven who embraces the 17th century vocal concertos with rare humility and intimacy (…) (…) This project deserves recognition well beyond the organ fraternity. Strongly recommended.

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