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J. S. Bach: Cantatas

Gaechinger Cantorey, Hans-Christoph Rademann

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Es erhub sich ein Streit, BWV 19  
1
I. Es erhub sich ein Streit
Johann Sebastian Bach; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
4:12
2
II. Gottlob! Der Drache liegt
Johann Sebastian Bach; Peter Harvey; David Franke; Gaechinger Cantorey; Hans-Christoph Rademann
1:02
3
III. Gott schickt uns Mahanaim zu
Johann Sebastian Bach; Lenneke Ruiten; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
4:13
4
IV. Was ist der schnöde Mensch, das Erdenkind?
Johann Sebastian Bach; Benedikt Kristjánsson; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
0:56
5
V. Bleibt, ihr Engel, bleibt bei mir!
Johann Sebastian Bach; Benedikt Kristjánsson; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
7:12
6
VI. Laßt uns das Angesicht
Johann Sebastian Bach; Lenneke Ruiten; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
0:39
7
VII. Laß dein‘ Engel mit mir fahren
Johann Sebastian Bach; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
1:47
Gott soll allein mein Herze haben, BWV 169  
8
I. Sinfonia
Johann Sebastian Bach; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
7:50
9
II. Gott soll allein mein Herze haben
Johann Sebastian Bach; Anke Vondung; Gaechinger Cantorey; Hans-Christoph Rademann
2:09
10
III. Gott soll allein mein Herze haben
Johann Sebastian Bach; Anke Vondung; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
6:05
11
IV. Was ist die Liebe Gottes?
Johann Sebastian Bach; Anke Vondung; Gaechinger Cantorey; Hans-Christoph Rademann
0:40
12
V. Stirb in mir, Welt, und alle deine Liebe
Johann Sebastian Bach; Anke Vondung; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
4:59
13
VI. Doch meint es auch dabei
Johann Sebastian Bach; Anke Vondung; Gaechinger Cantorey; Hans-Christoph Rademann
0:26
14
VII. Du süße Liebe, schenk uns deine Gunst
Johann Sebastian Bach; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
0:58
Der Friede sei mit dir, BWV 158  
15
I. Der Friede sei mit dir
Johann Sebastian Bach; Peter Harvey; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
1:48
16
II. Welt, ade, ich bin dein müde
Johann Sebastian Bach; Peter Harvey; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
6:51
17
III. Nun, Herr, regiere meinen Sinn
Johann Sebastian Bach; Peter Harvey; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
1:30
18
IV. Hier ist das rechte Osterlamm
Johann Sebastian Bach; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
1:03
Man singet mit Freuden vom Sieg, BWV 149  
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I. Man singet mit Freuden vom Sieg
Johann Sebastian Bach; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
4:04
20
II. Kraft und Stärke sei gesungen
Johann Sebastian Bach; Peter Harvey; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
2:47
21
III. Ich Fürchte mich vor Tausend feinden nicht
Johann Sebastian Bach; Anke Vondung; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
0:49
22
IV. Gottes Engel weichen nie, sie sind bei mir aller Enden
Johann Sebastian Bach; Hans-Christoph Rademann; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Lenneke Ruiten
5:10
23
V. Ich danke dir, mein lieber Gott
Johann Sebastian Bach; Benedikt Kristjánsson; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
0:37
24
VI. Seid wachsam, ihr heiligen Wächter
Johann Sebastian Bach; Benedikt Kristjánsson; Anke Vondung; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
3:41
25
VII. Ach Herr, lass dein lieb Engelein
Johann Sebastian Bach; Gaechinger Cantorey; David Franke; Hans-Christoph Rademann
1:51
Total Playing Time    73:19
Two cantatas written by Johann Sebastian Bach for Michaelmas in 1726 and 1728/29 respectively build the framework of this recording. They tell of the Archangel Michael‘s victory over Satan. At the center of the cantata "Es erhub sich ein Streit" is the tenor aria "Bleibt, ihr Engel" (Stay, ye angels), which gives this recording its name.

Embedded in these two magnificent, dramatic works with timpani and trumpets are two more intimate cantatas that sing the song of peace. In the introductory Sinfonia and the two alto arias of "Gott soll allein mein Herze haben", the organ is highlighted as a virtuoso solo instrument – perfect for the Hildebrandt organ of St. Wenzel in Naumburg, which lends a special color to this recording. The final chorale contains a message that can also be found in the subsequent solo cantata "Friede sei mit Dir" and can be regarded as a statement of the entire program: "So that we love one another from our hearts and remain with one mind in peace."

Recorded at the Stadtkirche Sankt Wenzel, Naumburg, in September 2018.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Accentus Music Studio Masters

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