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"Dealing with the Bach cantatas is a lifelong and wonderful task and challenge. Despite decades of experience with the works, new aspects are being discovered every day," says Gotthold Schwarz, 17th Thomaskantor after Johann Sebastian Bach. The cantatas on this first recording of the Thomanerchor Leipzig under the musical direction of Schwarz, speak about the human certainty of being secure in and with God (BWV 17: "How a father has mercy on his young children") and the confidence that God will deliver man from all trouble (BWV 33: "I call on thee in whom I trust"). There is no better credo that the Thomanerchor Leipzig and their Thomaskantor could base their joint path on.
"Dealing with the Bach cantatas is a lifelong and wonderful task and challenge. Despite decades of experience with the works, new aspects are being discovered every day," says Gotthold Schwarz, 17th Thomaskantor after Johann Sebastian Bach. The cantatas on this first recording of the Thomanerchor Leipzig under the musical direction of Schwarz, speak about the human certainty of being secure in and with God (BWV 17: "How a father has mercy on his young children") and the confidence that God will deliver man from all trouble (BWV 33: "I call on thee in whom I trust"). There is no better credo that the Thomanerchor Leipzig and their Thomaskantor could base their joint path on.
4260234831849
Thomanerchor Leipzig - Cantatas

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Format: CD
Label: ACCT
Rel. Date: 02/01/2019
UPC: 4260234831849

Cantatas
Artist: Thomanerchor Leipzig
Format: CD
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1. Allein Zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ, Bwv 33: I. Allein Zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ
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2. Allein Zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ, Bwv 33: II. Mein Gott Und Richter, Willst Du Mich
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3. Allein Zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ, Bwv 33: III. Wie Furchtsam Wankten Meine Schritte
4. Allein Zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ, Bwv 33: IV. Mein Gott, Verwirf Mich Nicht
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5. Allein Zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ, Bwv 33: V. Gott, Der Du Die Liebe Heisst
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6. Allein Zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ, Bwv 33: VI. Ehr Sei Gott In Dem Höchsten Thron
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7. Wer Dank Opfert, Der Preiset Mich, Bwv 17, Pt. 1: I. Wer Dank Opfert, Der Preiset Mich
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8. Wer Dank Opfert, Der Preiset Mich, Bwv 17, Pt. 1: II. Es Muss Die Ganze Welt Ein Stummer Zeuge Werden
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9. Wer Dank Opfert, Der Preiset Mich, Bwv 17, Pt. 1: III. Herr, Deine Güte Reicht, So Weit Der Himmel Ist
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10. Wer Dank Opfert, Der Preiset Mich, Bwv 17, Pt. 2: IV. Einer Aber Unter Ihnen
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11. Wer Dank Opfert, Der Preiset Mich, Bwv 17, Pt. 2: V. Welch Übermaß Der Güte
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12. Wer Dank Opfert, Der Preiset Mich, Bwv 17, Pt. 2: VI. Sieh Meinen Willen An
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13. Wer Dank Opfert, Der Preiset Mich, Bwv 17, Pt. 2: VII. Wie Sich Ein Vater Erbarmet
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14. Was Gott Tut, Das Ist Wohlgetan, Bwv 99: I. Was Gott Tut, Das Ist Wohlgetan
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15. Was Gott Tut, Das Ist Wohlgetan, Bwv 99: II. Sein Wort Der Wahrheit Stehet Fest
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16. Was Gott Tut, Das Ist Wohlgetan, Bwv 99: III. Erschüttre Dich Nur Nicht, Verzagte Seele
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17. Was Gott Tut, Das Ist Wohlgetan, Bwv 99: IV. Nun, Der Von Ewigkeit Geschloss'ne Bund
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18. Was Gott Tut, Das Ist Wohlgetan, Bwv 99: V. Wenn Des Kreuzes Bitterkeiten
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19. Was Gott Tut, Das Ist Wohlgetan, Bwv 99: VI. Was Gott Tut, Das Ist Wohlgetan
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"Dealing with the Bach cantatas is a lifelong and wonderful task and challenge. Despite decades of experience with the works, new aspects are being discovered every day," says Gotthold Schwarz, 17th Thomaskantor after Johann Sebastian Bach. The cantatas on this first recording of the Thomanerchor Leipzig under the musical direction of Schwarz, speak about the human certainty of being secure in and with God (BWV 17: "How a father has mercy on his young children") and the confidence that God will deliver man from all trouble (BWV 33: "I call on thee in whom I trust"). There is no better credo that the Thomanerchor Leipzig and their Thomaskantor could base their joint path on.
        
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