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Performer: Columbia Symphony Orchestra
Genre: Classical
Title: Johann Sebastian Bach: Cantata No. 198 ("Trauer Ode")
Country: US
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Conductor – Robert Craft. Contralto Vocals – Elaine Bonazzi. Music Director – Margaret Hillis. Soprano Vocals – Marni Nixon. Tenor Vocals – Loren Driscoll, Nico Castel. Liner notes by Robert Craft. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat. Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Robert Craft, The American Concert Choir, Margaret Hillis - Johann Sebastian Bach: Cantata No. 198 ("Trauer Ode") ‎(LP, Mono, Transcription). Armed Forces Radio & Television Service Station Library, Armed Forces Radio & Television Service Station Library.

American chorus master, founder and first director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Chorus, also leader of the San Francisco Symphony Chorus. Born: October 1, 1921 in Kokomo, Indiana Died: February 5, 1998 in Evanston, Illinois.

The St Mark Passion (German: Markus-Passion), BWV 247, is a lost Passion setting by Johann Sebastian Bach, first performed in Leipzig on Good Friday, 23 March 1731 and again, in a revised version, in 1744. Though Bach's music is lost, the libretto by Picander is still extant, and from this, the work can to some degree be reconstructed. Unlike Bach's earlier existing passions (St John Passion and St Matthew Passion), the Markus-Passion is probably a parody-it recycles previous works.

Apart from his hundreds of church cantatas, Johann Sebastian Bach wrote secular cantatas in Weimar, Köthen and Leipzig, for instance for members of the Royal-Polish and Prince-electoral Saxonian family (. Trauer-Ode), or other public or private occasions (. The text of these cantatas was occasionally in dialect (. Peasant Cantata) or in Italian (.

Опубликовано: 14 дек. 2010 г. Johann Sebastian Bach: Cantata 198: The Trauer Ode Opening Chorus (Laß, Fürstin, laß noch einen Strahl) performed by the SUNY Purchase College Chorus directed by David Recca and accompanied by The Purchase Camerata directed by Bradley Brookshire. Recorded on December 13, 2010 at the Second Annual Purchase Bach Festival Winter Choral Concert.

Johann Sebastian Bach (31 March 1685 – 28 July 1750) was a German composer and musician of the Baroque period. He is known for instrumental compositions such as the Art of Fugue, the Brandenburg Concertos, and the Goldberg Variations, and for vocal music such as the St Matthew Passion and the Mass in B minor. Since the 19th-century Bach Revival he has been generally regarded as one of the greatest composers of the Western musical canon.

No sound could give meet expression to the peoples' grief at their dear cherished mother's death O painful word! 4. Alto Recitative Der Glocken bebendes Getn Soll unsrer trben Seelen Schrecken Durch ihr geschwungnes Erze wecken Und uns durch Mark und Adern gehn. For we would read it: She hath been virtue's property, her loyal subjects' joy and fame, of Royal Queens the crown and glory. CANTATA 54: Widerstehe doch der Snde Cantata 54 most probably dates from Bachs Weimar days before 1714 and takes as its general theological theme the resistance against sin, which Bach treats with bible-thumping directness.

In Bach's doleful Trauer-Ode, Fasolis' tempos are far too fast, his understanding way too superficial, and only Nancy Argenta cool soprano saves the performance from ignominy. In Bach's consoling Actus tragicus, Fasolis' rhythms are far too flaccid and his understanding is still way too superficial and Nancy Argenta's icy soprano does nothing to save the performance from embarrassment. Trauer-Ode: Cantata No. 198, "Lass, Fürstin, lass noch einen Strahl," BWV 198 (BC A120).

Edgar Varèse, Robert Craft - A Sound Spectacular. Music Of Edgar Varèse Vol. 2: Arcana ‧ Déserts ‧ Offrandes ‎(LP). Columbia Masterworks. Varèse, Donna Precht, Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Robert Craft. Varèse, Donna Precht, Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Robert Craft - Arcana, Déserts, Offrandes ‎(LP, Album). Cbs, cbs. S 75106, s 7. 06. Bach - Cantata N. 98 "Trauer Ode", Cantata N. 31 "Aus Der Tiefe", Robert. Various - Arrow 9. All Rock And Roll Oldies Vol.

Bach: Cantatas No. 140, No. 198. Cantatas BWV 140, BWV 198. Hermann Scherchen. Wiener Akademie Kammerchor, Vienna State Opera Orchestra. Soprano: Magda Lászlò; Alto: Hilde Rössel-Majdan; Tenor: Waldemar Kmentt; Bass: Alfred Poell. Westminster (J). 1952. Reissues of Cantata Recordings on Baroque Music Club. Bach: Cantatas 198 Trauer Ode, 54 & 106. Cantatas BWV 54, BWV 106, BWV 198. See:,,. Baroque Music Club. Cantata BWV 198.

Tracklist

Cantata No. 198 ("Trauer Ode")
A1 I. Chorus 6:59
A2 II., III. Recitative And Aria 5:26
A3 IV., V. Recitative And Aria 7:23
B1 VI., VII. Recitative And Chorus 3:18
B2 VIII. Aria 3:45
B3 IX., X. Recitative And Chorus 9:08

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals – Peter Binder (tracks: B3)
  • Conductor – Robert Craft
  • Contralto Vocals – Elaine Bonazzi (tracks: A3)
  • Directed By – Margaret Hillis
  • Orchestra – Columbia Symphony Orchestra (tracks: B2)
  • Soprano Vocals – Marni Nixon (tracks: A2)
  • Tenor Vocals – Nico Castel (tracks: B1, B2)
  • Vocals – The American Concert Choir
  • Written-By – Johann Sebastian Bach

Notes

Issued commercially as Bach* - Cantata No.198 "Trauer Ode", Cantata No.131 "Aus Der Tiefe", Robert Craft Conducting The Columbia Symphony And The American Concert Choir, Margaret Hillis Director, with the addition of Cantata No. 131

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): SSL-13291
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): SSL-13292

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MS 6177 Bach* Cantata No.198 "Trauer Ode", Cantata No.131 "Aus Der Tiefe", Robert Craft Conducting The Columbia Symphony And The American Concert Choir, Margaret Hillis Director ‎(LP, Album) Columbia Masterworks MS 6177 US Unknown