J. S. Bach: Gott der Herr ist Sonn und Schild BWV 79. carus music

Johann Sebastian Bach

Gott, der Herr, ist Sonn und Schild

Cantate pour la fête de la Réforme

BWV 79, 1725 (?)

Description

The cantata “Gott der Herr ist Sonn und Schild” was very probably performed for the first time on Reformation Day (31 October) 1725. The opening chorus contains several challenges, with a rapid sequence of vocal entries and intricate writing in which each singer’s voice needs to be secure in order not to fall by the wayside. From "Er wird kein Gutes mangeln lassen" at the latest, it is worth using the coach in slow mode so as not to be caught unawares by the short note values and the unpredictable text underlay.

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Performers: Dorothee Mields (soprano), Benno Schachtner (alto), Tobias Berndt (basso) – Gaechinger Cantorey – Hans-Christoph Rademann

Acheter

Informations produit

chef d'orchestre

Hans-Christoph Rademann Plus d'information sur la personne

ensemble

Gächinger Kantorei Stuttgart Plus d'information sur la personne

solist - soprano

Dorothee Mields Plus d'information sur la personne

solist - alto

Benno Schachtner Plus d'information sur la personne

solist - basse

Tobias Berndt Plus d'information sur la personne

basse continue réalisée par

Paul Horn Plus d'information sur la personne

traducteur

Jutta Wicker Plus d'information sur la personne

compositeur

Johann Sebastian Bach Plus d'information sur la personne

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