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Johann Sebastian Bach: H-Moll Messe (Mass in B Minor)

Maria Stader, Hertha Töpper, Ernst Haefliger, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Münchener Bach-Chor, Münchener Bach-Orchester, Karl Richter

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Mass In B Minor, BWV 232: Kyrie  
1.1
No. 1. Kyrie eleison (1)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
12:14
1.2
No. 2. Christe eleison
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maria Stader; Hertha Töpper; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
5:50
1.3
No. 3. Kyrie eleison (2)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
3:53
Mass In B Minor, BWV 232: Gloria  
1.4
No. 4. Gloria in excelsis Deo
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
2:02
1.5
No. 5. Et in terra pax
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
4:48
1.6
No. 6. Laudamus te
Johann Sebastian Bach; Hertha Töpper; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
4:32
1.7
No. 7. Gratias agimus tibi
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
3:28
1.8
No. 8. Domine Deus
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maria Stader; Ernst Haefliger; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
6:36
1.9
No. 9. Qui tollis peccata mundi
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
4:02
1.10
No. 10. Qui sedes ad dexteram Patris
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
4:29
1.11
No. 11. Quoniam tu solus sanctus
Johann Sebastian Bach; Kieth Engen; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
5:53
1.12
No. 12. Cum Sancto Spiritu
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
4:11
Mass In B Minor, BWV 232: Credo  
1.13
No. 13. Credo in unum Deum
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
2:39
1.14
No. 14. Credo in unum Deum / Patrem omnipotentem
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
2:08
1.15
No. 15. Et in unum Dominum
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maria Stader; Hertha Töpper; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
5:26
1.16
No. 16. Et incarnatus est
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
3:42
1.17
No. 17. Crucifixus
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
3:05
1.18
No. 18. Et resurrexit
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
4:29
1.19
No. 19. Et in Spiritum Sanctum
Johann Sebastian Bach; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
5:38
1.20
No. 20. Confiteor unum baptisma
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
5:06
1.21
No. 21. Et expecto resurrectionem
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
2:14
Mass In B Minor, BWV 232: Sanctus  
1.22
No. 22. Sanctus
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
5:51
1.23
No. 23. Osanna in excelsis (1)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
2:55
1.24
No. 24. Benedictus, qui venit
Johann Sebastian Bach; Ernst Haefliger; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
4:57
1.25
No. 25. Osanna in excelsis (2)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
2:55
Mass In B Minor, BWV 232: Agnus Dei  
1.26
No. 26. Agnus Dei
Johann Sebastian Bach; Hertha Töpper; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
6:37
1.27
No. 27. Dona nobis pacem
Johann Sebastian Bach; Münchener Bach-Chor; Münchener Bach-Orchester; Karl Richter
3:26
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    2:03:06
This vintage 1961 double album underlines German conductor Karl Richter's worldwide reputation as a superb interpreter of J.S. Bach and was his first of several recordings of the Mass in B Minor. The large-scale production features the Münchener Bach-Chor and Münchener Bach-Orchester joined by celebrated soloists including baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau.
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Archiv Studio Masters

Recording: Munich, Musikhochschule, 2 & 4 / 1961
Executive producer: Karl-Heinz Schneider
Recording producer and balance engineer: Walther Alfred Weller

This album is a high-resolution digital transfer of material originating from an analogue recording. It may be limited in bandwidth and dynamic range by the technology available at the time of its original creation, and is offered as a documentation of a historical release.

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