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JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH: THE FIRST CANTATA YEAR. 2 CDs / Vol. 3. BWV 105, 46, 179, 199. 3, 69. 1, 77, 25, 119. GAECHINGER CANTOREY // HANS-CHRISTOPH RADEMANN- This is the third in a series of ten double CDs releases forming the year-long VISION. BACH project marking the 300th anniversary of Johann Sebastian Bach's taking up the post of Thomaskantor in Leipzig in May 1723. The aim is to perform all 62 cantatas from Bach's first year in Leipzig, in chronological order. Rademann conducts with feeling and tries to make the sound round and harmonious. The musicians of the Gaechinger Cantorei play excellently and show that historically informed performance practice and romantic music-making are not necessarily mutually exclusive. It is the result that counts. " pizzicato
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH: THE FIRST CANTATA YEAR. 2 CDs / Vol. 3. BWV 105, 46, 179, 199. 3, 69. 1, 77, 25, 119. GAECHINGER CANTOREY // HANS-CHRISTOPH RADEMANN- This is the third in a series of ten double CDs releases forming the year-long VISION. BACH project marking the 300th anniversary of Johann Sebastian Bach's taking up the post of Thomaskantor in Leipzig in May 1723. The aim is to perform all 62 cantatas from Bach's first year in Leipzig, in chronological order. Rademann conducts with feeling and tries to make the sound round and harmonious. The musicians of the Gaechinger Cantorei play excellently and show that historically informed performance practice and romantic music-making are not necessarily mutually exclusive. It is the result that counts. " pizzicato
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Vision Bach, Vol. 3
Artist: J Bach .S. / Feuersinger / Berndt
Format: CD
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JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH: THE FIRST CANTATA YEAR. 2 CDs / Vol. 3. BWV 105, 46, 179, 199. 3, 69. 1, 77, 25, 119. GAECHINGER CANTOREY // HANS-CHRISTOPH RADEMANN- This is the third in a series of ten double CDs releases forming the year-long VISION. BACH project marking the 300th anniversary of Johann Sebastian Bach's taking up the post of Thomaskantor in Leipzig in May 1723. The aim is to perform all 62 cantatas from Bach's first year in Leipzig, in chronological order. Rademann conducts with feeling and tries to make the sound round and harmonious. The musicians of the Gaechinger Cantorei play excellently and show that historically informed performance practice and romantic music-making are not necessarily mutually exclusive. It is the result that counts. " pizzicato
        
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