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Bachensemble Helmuth Rilling - Die Bach Kantate (BWV 66 Erfreut Euch, Ihr Herzen / BWV 77 Du Sollst Gott, Deinen Herren, Lieben) album

Bachensemble Helmuth Rilling - Die Bach Kantate (BWV 66 Erfreut Euch, Ihr Herzen / BWV 77 Du Sollst Gott, Deinen Herren, Lieben) album
  • Performer Bachensemble Helmuth Rilling
  • Title Die Bach Kantate (BWV 66 Erfreut Euch, Ihr Herzen / BWV 77 Du Sollst Gott, Deinen Herren, Lieben)
  • Country US
  • Style Baroque
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  • Genre Classical
  • Size MP3 1743 mb
  • Size FLAC 1760 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 291

Erfreuet Euch, Ihr Herzen (Kantate BWV 66 Zum . sterfeiertag). Alto Vocals – Hildegarde LaurichBass Vocals – Wolfgang SchöneBassoon – Hans MantelsCello – Jürgen WolfContrabass – Manfred GräserOboe – Otto Winter (2), Thomas Schwarz (3)Tenor Vocals – Adalbert KrausTrumpet – Hermann SauterViolin – Werner Keltsch. Directed By – Helmuth Rilling. Ensemble – Bach-Collegium Stuttgart. Recording Supervisor – Richard Hauck, Wolfram Wehnert. Text By – Manfred Schreier. Recorded In February 1972. Johann Sebastian Bach. Cantata No. 66, Cantata No. 77 ‎(LP, Album). Musical Heritage Society. EL 16 705. Bach-Ensemble Helmuth Rilling. Die Bach Kantate (BWV 66 Erfreut Euch, Ihr Herzen, BWV 77 Du Sollst Gott, Deinen Herren, Lieben) ‎(LP, Comp).

Bach - Die Bach Kantate - BWV 66 Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen, BWV 77 Du sollst Gott, deinen Herren, lieben - Hildegard Laurich, Adalbert Kraus, Helen Donath, Helen Watts, Wolfgang Schone, Gachinger Kantorei Stuttgart, Bach-Collegium Stuttgart, Helmuth Rilling, Gedachtniskirche, Claudius-Verlag CLV 71912, 1972. Bach - Die Bach Kantate - BWV 66 Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen, BWV 77 Du sollst Gott, deinen Herren, lieben - Hildegard Laurich, Adalbert Kraus, Helen Donath, Helen Watts, Wolfgang Schone, Gachinger Kantorei Stuttgart, Bach-Collegium Stuttgart, Helmuth Rillin.

Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen (Rejoice, you hearts), BWV 6., BWV 66, is a church cantata for Easter by Johann Sebastian Bach. He composed it for the Second Day of Easter in Leipzig and first performed it on 10 April 1724. He based it on his congratulatory cantata Der Himmel dacht auf Anhalts Ruhm und Glück, BWV 6., first performed in Köthen on 10 December 1718. The prescribed readings for the second of three Easter feast days included the narration of the Road to Emmaus. The cantata was Bach's first composition for Easter as Thomaskantor in Leipzig. Die Bach Kantate Vol. 29. Helmuth Rilling. Bach-Collegium Stuttgart.

Kantate, BWV 176 "Es ist ein trotzig und verzagt Ding": V. Aria (Alto) "Ermuntert euch, furchtsam und schüchterne Sinne" - Johann Sebastian Bach. Set track as current obsession. Kantate, BWV 20, "O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort": Teil I, V. Aria (Basso) "Gott ist gerecht in seinen Werken" - Johann Sebastian Bach.

Johannes-Passion BWV 245. Gächinger Kantorei Stuttgart, Bach-Collegium Stuttgart. Tenor : Peter Schreier; Bass : Philippe Huttenlocher; Soprano: Arleen Augér; Alto: Julia Hamari; Bass : Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau; Soprano : Charlotte Hoffmann; Tenor : Markus Müller; Bass : Dietmar Kietz; Bass : Andreas Schmidt. 1st recording of Johannes-Passion BWV 245 by H. Rilling. Recorded at Gedächtniskirche Stuttgart, Germany 2nd recording of Johannes-Passion BWV 245 by H. Includes alternative movements from earlier versions of Johannes-Passion. Recorded at Stadhalle Sindelfingen, Germany. Rilling's sony SJP. Mathias Girel wrote (August 3, 2005): I am trying to purchase Rilling's SJP on Sony with A. Auger (I have the Hänssler one with 1725 excerpts and I much enjoy it, this is in fact my favourite!) and can't find it anywhere. I'd appreciate any help on or off-list!

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Tracklist Hide Credits

Erfreuet Euch, Ihr Herzen (Kantate BWV 66 Zum 2.Osterfeiertag)
Alto Vocals – Hildegarde LaurichBass Vocals – Wolfgang SchöneBassoon [Fagott] – Hans MantelsCello [Continuocello] – Jürgen WolfContrabass – Manfred GräserOboe – Otto Winter , Thomas Schwarz Tenor Vocals – Adalbert KrausTrumpet – Hermann SauterViolin – Werner Keltsch
(31:25)
A.1 Chorsatz
A.2 Rezitativ
A.3 Arie
A.4 Rezitativ Und Arioso
A.5 Arie
A.6 Choral
Du Sollst Gott, Deinen Herren, Lieben (Kantate BWV 77 Zum 13. Sonntag Nach Trinitatis)
Alto Vocals – Helen WattsBass Vocals – Wolfgang SchöneBassoon [Fagott] – Hans MantelsCello [Continuocello] – Jürgen WolfContrabass – Thomas LomHarpsichord, Organ – Joachim EichhornOboe – Otto Winter , Thomas Schwarz Soprano Vocals – Helen DonathTenor Vocals – Adalbert KrausTrumpet – Hermann Sauter
(16:57)
B.1 Chorsatz
B.2 Rezitativ
B.3 Arie
B.4 Rezitativ
B.5 Arie
B.6 Choral

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Gedächtniskirche, Stuttgart
  • Recorded By – Sonopress
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Claudius Verlag
  • Copyright (c) – Claudius Verlag
  • Published By – Breitkopf & Härtel

Credits

  • Choir – Gächinger Kantorei Stuttgart
  • Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Directed By [Leitung] – Helmuth Rilling
  • Ensemble – Bach-Collegium Stuttgart*
  • Recording Supervisor – Richard Hauck, Wolfram Wehnert
  • Text By – Manfred Schreier

Notes

Recorded In February 1972.

Including Booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix Label Side A): A-0842 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix Label Side B): A-0842 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): A-0842 A2/53A Made in Germany
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): A-0842 B2/53A Made in Germany

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MHS 1650 Johann Sebastian Bach Cantata No. 66 / Cantata No. 77 ‎(LP, Album) Musical Heritage Society MHS 1650 US 1973
EL 16 705 Bach-Ensemble Helmuth Rilling* Die Bach Kantate (BWV 66 Erfreut Euch, Ihr Herzen / BWV 77 Du Sollst Gott, Deinen Herren, Lieben) ‎(LP, Comp) Ex Libris EL 16 705 Switzerland 1974