J. S. Bach: Himmelfahrtsoratorium BWV 11. carus music

Johann Sebastian Bach

Ascension oratorio

BWV 11, 1735

Description

The Ascension Oratorio BWV 11 was composed for Ascension Day 1734/35. Its character and scale remind us of Bach’s cantatas, but because of the biblical story, sung by the evangelist, it belongs to the genre of oratorio. The challenges for the choral singers lie in the predominantly lively tempo and the coloratura passages, which are an expression of the joy about Christ’s ascension.


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Performers: Joanne Lunn (soprano), David Allsopp (alto), Samuel Boden (tenore), Tobias Berndt (basso) - Kammerchor Stuttgart, Barockorchester Stuttgart - Frieder Bernius

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Conductor

Frieder Bernius Personal details

Ensemble

Barockorchester Stuttgart Personal details
Kammerchor Stuttgart Personal details

Soloist - soprano

Joanne Lunn Personal details

Soloist - alto

David Allsopp Personal details

Soloist - tenor

Samuel Boden Personal details

Soloist - bass

Tobias Berndt Personal details

Composer

Johann Sebastian Bach Personal details

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