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J.S. Bach: Magnificat, BWV 243 - Helmschrott: Lumen

Sophia Körber, Anna Karmasin, Theresa Holzhauser, Florence Losseau, Markus Schäfer, Robert Sellier, Andreas Mattersberger, Niklas Mallmann, Concerto de Bassus, Franz Hauk

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Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243  
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I. Magnificat
Johann Sebastian Bach; Siri Karoline Thornhill; Mira Graczyk; Sophia Körber; Anna Karmasin; Theresa Holzhauser; Florence Losseau; Markus Schäfer; Robert Sellier; Andreas Mattersberger; Niklas Mallmann; Concerto de Bassus; Franz Hauk
2:56
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II. Et exultavit spiritus meus
Johann Sebastian Bach; Anna Karmasin; Concerto de Bassus; Franz Hauk
2:19
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III. Quia respexit humilitatem
Johann Sebastian Bach; Siri Karoline Thornhill; Concerto de Bassus; Franz Hauk
2:12
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IV. Omnes generationes
Johann Sebastian Bach; Siri Karoline Thornhill; Mira Graczyk; Sophia Körber; Anna Karmasin; Theresa Holzhauser; Florence Losseau; Markus Schäfer; Robert Sellier; Andreas Mattersberger; Niklas Mallmann; Concerto de Bassus; Franz Hauk
1:15
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V. Quia fecit mihi magna
Johann Sebastian Bach; Andreas Mattersberger; Concerto de Bassus; Franz Hauk
1:54
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VI. Et misericordia
Johann Sebastian Bach; Theresa Holzhauser; Robert Sellier; Concerto de Bassus; Franz Hauk
2:55
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VII. Fecit potentiam
Johann Sebastian Bach; Siri Karoline Thornhill; Mira Graczyk; Sophia Körber; Anna Karmasin; Theresa Holzhauser; Florence Losseau; Markus Schäfer; Robert Sellier; Andreas Mattersberger; Niklas Mallmann; Concerto de Bassus; Franz Hauk
1:53
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VIII. Deposuit potentes
Johann Sebastian Bach; Markus Schäfer; Concerto de Bassus; Franz Hauk
1:53
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IX. Esurientes implevit bonis
Johann Sebastian Bach; Florence Losseau; Concerto de Bassus; Franz Hauk
2:37
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X. Suscepit Israel
Johann Sebastian Bach; Siri Karoline Thornhill; Mira Graczyk; Theresa Holzhauser; Concerto de Bassus; Franz Hauk
1:37
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XI. Sicut locutus est
Johann Sebastian Bach; Sophia Körber; Anna Karmasin; Florence Losseau; Robert Sellier; Niklas Mallmann; Concerto de Bassus; Franz Hauk
1:27
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XII. Gloria Patri
Johann Sebastian Bach; Siri Karoline Thornhill; Mira Graczyk; Sophia Körber; Anna Karmasin; Theresa Holzhauser; Florence Losseau; Markus Schäfer; Robert Sellier; Andreas Mattersberger; Niklas Mallmann; Concerto de Bassus; Franz Hauk
1:56
Lumen  
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Pt. 1, Tempus praeteritum
Robert M. Helmschrott; Siri Karoline Thornhill; Mira Graczyk; Sophia Körber; Anna Karmasin; Theresa Holzhauser; Florence Losseau; Markus Schäfer; Robert Sellier; Andreas Mattersberger; Niklas Mallmann; Simon Mayr Chorus; Concerto de Bassus; Theona Gubba-Chkheidze; Giedrė Šiauly
13:18
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Pt. 2, Tempus praesens
Robert M. Helmschrott; Siri Karoline Thornhill; Anna Karmasin; Theresa Holzhauser; Markus Schäfer; Robert Sellier; Andreas Mattersberger; Niklas Mallmann; Simon Mayr Chorus; Concerto de Bassus; Theona Gubba-Chkheidze; Giedrė Šiaulytė; Stefan Blum; Robert M. Helmschrott; Franz H
10:25
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Pt. 3, Tempus posterum
Robert M. Helmschrott; Siri Karoline Thornhill; Anna Karmasin; Theresa Holzhauser; Florence Losseau; Markus Schäfer; Andreas Mattersberger; Niklas Mallmann; Simon Mayr Chorus; Concerto de Bassus; Theona Gubba-Chkheidze; Giedrė Šiaulytė; Stefan Blum; Robert M. Helmschrott; Franz
16:59
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    65:36
Shortly after taking up the position of Thomaskantor in Leipzig in 1723, Bach wrote a Magnificat in E flat major for performance at Christmas. Around a decade later he revised the work, transposing it down to D major and making it more concise. Utilizing a Biblical text, the piece is suffused with a series of memorable arias and choruses and orchestrated with spectacular grandeur. Lumen is a contemporary musical dialogue that urges empathy between the three Abrahamic religions. Translating the oratorio form into a ‘unity of diversity,’ Robert M. Helmschrott has converted the poetry of the Old and New Testaments, the Torah and Qur’an into an interfaith ‘language of sounds and singing.’
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