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J.S. Bach: Cantatas, Vol. 6 Import


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Disc: 1
1. Chorus: 'Die Himmel Erzahlen Die Ehre Gottes' - The Amsterdam Baroque Choir
2. Recitative: 'So Lasst Sich Gott Nicht Unbezeuget!' - Paul Agnew
3. Aria: 'Hort, Ihr Volker, Gottes Stimme' - Ruth Ziesak
4. Recitative: 'Wer Aber Hort' - Klaus Mertens
5. Aria: 'Fahr Hin, Abgottische Zunft' - Klaus Mertens
6. Recitative: 'Du Hast Uns, Herr, Von Allen Strassen Zu Dir Geruft' - Elisabeth Von Magnus
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Disc: 2
1. Chorus: 'Singet Dem Herrn Ein Neues Lied' - The Amsterdam Baroque Choir
2. Chorale & Recitative: 'Herr Gott, Dich Loben Wir!' - Ruth Ziesak
3. Aria: 'Lobe, Zion, Deinen Gott' - Elisabeth Von Magnus
4. Recitative: 'Es Wunsche Sich Die Welt' - Klaus Mertens
5. Aria: 'Jesus Soll Mein Alles Sein' - Paul Agnew
6. Recitative: Nun, Jesus Gebe, Dass Mit Dem Neuen Jahr' - Paul Agnew
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Disc: 3
1. Chorus: 'Nun Ist Das Heil Und Die Kraft' - The Amsterdam Baroque Choir
2. Chorus: 'Argre Dich, O Seele, Nicht' - The Amsterdam Baroque Choir
3. Recitative: 'Die Knechtsgestalt, Die Not, Der Mangel' - Klaus Mertens
4. Aria: 'Bist Du, Der Mir Helfen Soll' - Klaus Mertens
5. Recitative: 'Ach, Dass Ein Christ So Sehr Vor Seinen Korper Sorgt' - Paul Agnew
6. Aria: 'Mein Heiland Lasst Sich Merken' - Paul Agnew
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Perhaps the finest of the Koopman Bach Cantata series -- but Bach is responsible Jan. 10 2009
By a listener - Published on Amazon.com
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This may well be the strongest of Koopman's Bach Cantata series -- but it's because of Bach, not Koopman. This volume includes the cantatas Bach wrote during his first few months as Cantor in Leipzig, when he was striving to impress his new employers. Therefore, the pieces (e.g. BWV 76, 50, 69, 190) are of exceptional quality. The performance is well-balanced and totally musical, as is everything by Koopman, and his fine chorus and soloists shine as usual (is there a better Bach bass than Klaus Mertens?)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
There is no better Bach bass than Klaus Mertens March 1 2014
By Mr Panda - Published on Amazon.com
He is incomparable, and sings beautifully here. I love Hans Hotter also, and certainly wish he had recorded more Bach also.


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