Bach, C.P.E.: Die Israeliten in der Wüste

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

The Israelites in the Wilderness

Oratorio

BR-CPEB D 1 (Wq 238), 1769

Description

Vol. IV, 1 of the C.P.E. Bach Complete Edition, edited by the Packard Humanities Institute According to C.P.E. Bach, the oratorio "Die Israeliten in der Wüste” [“The Israelites in the Wilderness”] can be performed “... at all times, inside and outside the church, simply to the praise of God”. The composition depicts the Israelites’ journey, full of privations, through the wilderness, their despair and their pleading. This harmonically bold work was first published in 1775 and received numerous performances during the composer’s lifetime in German-speaking countries.

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Product information

Songwriter / Librettist

Daniel Schiebeler Personal details

Composer

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Personal details

Reviews

Das vor allem in den Solopartien virtuose Werk ist für konzerterfahrende ambitionierte Chöre eine lohnenswerte Entdeckung.
Singende Kirche, 2/2014

Hier warten neue Aufgaben auf ambitionierte Chorleiter. Überflüssig, die Qualität der Neuausgabe zu kommentieren: Das sprichwörtliche Carus-Niveau kennt und schätzt längst jeder seriöse Musiker.
Friedrich Storfinger, Musica Sacra, 5/2014

Die Ausgaben tragen hoffentlich dazu bei, dass die Musik am Übergang zwischen Barock und Klassik wieder mehr Beachtung findet.
Württembergische Blätter für Kirchenmusik, 6/2014

 

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