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album Johann Sebastian Bach - Chamber Orchestra and Choir of Christuskirche, Mainz, Diethard Hellmann - Cantata No. 169 "Gott Soll Allein Mein Herze Haben" / Cantata No. 157 "Ich Lasse Dich Nicht, Du Segnest Mich Denn" mp3 download

album Johann Sebastian Bach - Chamber Orchestra and Choir of Christuskirche, Mainz, Diethard Hellmann - Cantata No. 169 "Gott Soll Allein Mein Herze Haben" / Cantata No. 157 "Ich Lasse Dich Nicht, Du Segnest Mich Denn" mp3 download

Genre: Classical
Performer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Album: Cantata No. 169 "Gott Soll Allein Mein Herze Haben" / Cantata No. 157 "Ich Lasse Dich Nicht, Du Segnest Mich Denn"
Country: Germany
Style: Baroque
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Other cantatas that Bach performed for the occasion are, according to Alfred Dürr, Komm, du süße Todesstunde, BWV 161, Ich lasse dich nicht, du segnest mich denn, BWV 157, and Der Friede sei mit dir, BWV 158, with similar topics. Bach: Two Solo Cantatas: Cantata BWV 169, Gott soll allein mein Herze haben; Cantata BWV 82a, Ich habe genug, Yehudi Menuhin, Bath Festival Orchestra, Janet Baker, EMI 1966. Bach: Kantaten BWV 56 & 82 Karl Richter, Münchener Bach-Orchester, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau 1969. Bach: Cantatas (BWV 56, 4, 82) Frans Brüggen, Max van Egmond, Sony 1977.

S. Bach - Diethard Hellmann, Lotte Wolf-Matthäus, Roland Kunz, Kammerorchester Der Christuskirche Mainz Und Kurrende Der Christuskirche Mainz ‎– Gott Soll Allein Mein Herze Haben Kantate BWV 169, Ich Lasse Dich Nicht Kantate BWV 157. Genre: Classical. Johann Sebastian Bach - Chamber Orchestra and Choir of Christuskirche, Mainz, Diethard Hellmann - Cantata No. 169 "Gott Soll Allein Mein Herze Haben", Cantata No. 157 "Ich Lasse Dich Nicht, Du Segnest Mich Denn" ‎(LP, Album). Musical Heritage Society.

Church cantatas of Bach's third to fifth year in Leipzig. Redirected from Bach's third cantata cycle). On Trinity Sunday 27 May 1725 Johann Sebastian Bach had presented the last cantata of his second cantata cycle, the cycle which coincided with his second year in Leipzig. As director musices of the principal churches in Leipzig he presented a variety of cantatas over the next three years.

Redirected from List of Bach cantatas by liturgical function). Throughout his life as a musician, Johann Sebastian Bach composed cantatas for both secular and sacred use. His church cantatas are cantatas which he composed for use in the Lutheran church, mainly intended for the occasions of the liturgical year.

On Trinity Sunday 27 May 1725 Johann Sebastian Bach had presented the last cantata of his second cantata cycle, the cycle which coincided with his second year in Leipzig. The cantata was added to the chorale cantata cycle (there is no other extant Trinity XII cantata in the chorale cantata format by Bach)  . Herze haben, BWV 169. It seems that Bach had a capable alto singer at his disposal during this period.

Ich habe genug (original: Ich habe genung, English: "I have enough" or "I am content"), BWV 82, is a church cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach. He composed the solo cantata for bass in Leipzig in 1727 for the Feast Mariae Reinigung (Purification of Mary) and first performed it on 2 February 1727. In a version for soprano, BWV 82a, possibly first performed in 1731, the part of the obbligato oboe is replaced by a flute. Part of the music appears in the Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach. Recitative: Ich habe genug. Aria: Schlummert ein, ihr matten Augen. Recitative: Mein Gott! wenn kömmt das schöne: Nun! Aria: Ich freue mich auf meinen Tod. Another version exists for soprano (as BWV 82a), transposed from C minor to E minor with the oboe part replaced by flute and slightly altered.

Gott soll allein mein Herze haben, BWV 169. Gott, man lobet dich in der Stille, BWV 120b. 1. Brich dem Hungrigen dein Brot, BWV 39 – Brich dem Hungrigen dein Brot, BWV39, is a church cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach, composed in Leipzig and first performed on 23 June 1726, the first Sunday after Trinity. Three years earlier, on the first Sunday after Trinity in 1723, Bach had taken office as Thomaskantor and started his first cycle of cantatas for Sundays, on the first Sunday after Trinity in 1724, he began his second cycle, consisting of chorale cantatas.

Gott soll allein mein Herze haben. He was the eighth and youngest child of Johann Ambrosius, who taught him violin. His uncles were all musicians, whose posts included church organists, court chamber musicians. Bach was dissatisfied with the standard of singers in the choir and he called one of them a Zippel Fagottist. 8. Church (building) – A church building, often simply called a church, is a building used for Christian religious activities, particularly worship services. The term in its sense is most often used by Christians to refer to their religious buildings.

Johann Sebastian Bach was born in Eisenach, Saxe-Eisenach. He was the youngest child of Johann Ambrosius Bach, an organist at St. George's Church, and Maria Elisabetha Lämmerhirt Bach. His father taught him to play violin and harpsichord. His uncles were all professional musicians, whose posts ranged from church organists and court chamber musicians to composers. He was apparently dissatisfied with the standard of singers in the choir; more seriously, there was his unauthorised absence from Arnstadt for several months in 1705–06, when he visited the great master Dieterich Buxtehude and his Abendmusik in the northern city of Lübeck. This well-known incident in Bach's life involved his walking some 400 kilometres (250 mi) each way to spend time with the man he probably regarded as the father figure of German organists.

Tracklist

A Cantata No.169 18:43
B Cantata No.157 15:41

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Musical Heritage Society, Inc.

Credits

  • Alto Vocals – Lotte Wolf-Matthäus
  • Bass Vocals – Roland Kunz
  • Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Conductor – Diethard Hellmann
  • Liner Notes – Dr. Alfred Durr*
  • Orchestra, Choir – Chamber Orchestra and Choir of Christuskirche, Mainz*
  • Organ – Leopold Hager

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
610 105 J. S. Bach* - Diethard Hellmann, Lotte Wolf-Matthäus, Roland Kunz, Kammerorchester Der Christuskirche Mainz Und Kurrende Der Christuskirche Mainz J. S. Bach* - Diethard Hellmann, Lotte Wolf-Matthäus, Roland Kunz, Kammerorchester Der Christuskirche Mainz Und Kurrende Der Christuskirche Mainz - Gott Soll Allein Mein Herze Haben Kantate BWV 169 / Ich Lasse Dich Nicht Kantate BWV 157 ‎(LP, Album) SDG 610 105 Germany 1973
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Genre: Classical
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Title: Cantata 23 / Cantata 159
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Released: 1975
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Title: A Bach Celebration
Country: US
Released: 1984
Performer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Genre: Classical
Title: Kantaten
Country: Germany