J. S. Bach: Magnificat in D BWV 243. Carus Choir Coach

Johann Sebastian Bach

Magnificat en ré majeur

BWV 243

Description

Bach composed particularly demanding and difficult works in his first year in Leipzig in 1723. These include the Magnificat, first written in E flat major and reworked about eight years later into the present D major version. This work requires an experienced chorus, as the parts are almost instrumentally conceived and rich in coloratura writing. The extremely agile vocal parts, with many large interval leaps, need to be thoroughly understood, and the position of each line within the dense web of other parts securely grasped. Examples of such tricky passages include the rapidly following entries at "Omnes generationes", and the long coloratura sixteenth note passages at "Fecit potentiam".

The Carus Choir Coach offers choir singers the unique opportunity to study and learn their own, individual choral parts within the context of the sound of the entire choir and orchestra. For every vocal range a separate CD containing each choir part is available. The CD is based on recorded interpretations by renowned artists who have performed the work from carefully prepared Carus Urtext editions. Each choir part is presented in three different versions:
  • Original recording
  • Coach: each voice part strongly emphasized, with the original recording sounding in the background
  • Coach in slow mode: the tempo of the coach slows down to 70% of the original version – through this reduction passages can be learned more effectively.

Acheter

disque compact, mp3, Aides à l'apprentissage innovantes, soprano

31.243/91
EUR15,00 / Ex.
disponible

disque compact, mp3, Aides à l'apprentissage innovantes, alto

31.243/92
EUR15,00 / Ex.
disponible

disque compact, mp3, Aides à l'apprentissage innovantes, tenore

31.243/93
EUR15,00 / Ex.
disponible

disque compact, mp3, Aides à l'apprentissage innovantes, basse

31.243/94
EUR15,00 / Ex.
disponible

Informations produit

chef d'orchestre

Hans-Christoph Rademann Plus d'information sur la personne

ensemble

Dresdner Barockorchester Plus d'information sur la personne

solist - soprano

Monika Frimmer Plus d'information sur la personne
Kerstin Klein Plus d'information sur la personne

solist - alto

Kai Wessel Plus d'information sur la personne

solist - ténor

Hermann Oswald Plus d'information sur la personne

solist - basse

Andreas Scheibner Plus d'information sur la personne

chœur

Dresdner Kammerchor Plus d'information sur la personne

basse continue réalisée par

Paul Horn Plus d'information sur la personne

traducteur

Jean Lunn Plus d'information sur la personne

compositeur

Johann Sebastian Bach Plus d'information sur la personne

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