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Hana Blažíková|Johann Sebastian Bach : Cantatas, Vol. 55 (Cantatas BWV 30, 69, 191)

Johann Sebastian Bach : Cantatas, Vol. 55 (Cantatas BWV 30, 69, 191)

Hana Blažíková - Robin Blaze - Gerd Türk - Peter Kooij - Bach Collegium Japan - Masaaki Suzuki

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With this release, the 55th, Japanese conductor Masaaki Suzuki and his Bach Collegium Japan reach the end of their magisterial complete cycle of Bach's cantatas, begun in 1995. The cycle ends neither with a bang nor with a whimper, although you do get a touching note from Suzuki, wishing that someone would rediscover cantatas so that he could go on, and a handy index to the entire series. The last albums in the group have covered late cantatas from Bach's Leipzig years, most of which were recycled from other works; Bach saved his unique thoughts for major occasions, not for the workaday world of the cantata. This said, these are intriguing pieces, well-performed as usual. The most unusual is the Cantata No. 30, "Freue dich, erlöste Schar," BWV 30, which was based on a little-known secular cantata, Angenehmes Widerau, BWV 30a ("Pleasant Widerau") Despite the "30a" designation, the secular work came first, and what's unusual is how all the dances and peppy festive music are retained. Suzuki has been at this a long time but does not miss the liveliness of this little piece, or the grander Cantata No. 69, "Lobe den Herrn, meine Seele," BWV 69, or the Cantata No. 191, "Gloria in excelsis Deo," BWV 191, taken directly from the Mass in B minor, BWV 232. Suzuki sticks with the soloists he has favored in the last set, including the utterly distinctive Hana Blaziková and countertenor Robin Blaze, and the careful layering and wonderfully detailed architecture that have been the trademarks of the series are everywhere in evidence. A great many listeners will be sad to see it end.
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Lobe den Herrn, meine Seele, BWV 69 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

1
Lobe den Herrn, meine Seele (Chorus)
00:04:58

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Anonymous, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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2
Recitative: Wie gross ist Gottes Gute doch! (Soprano)
00:01:15

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Anonymous, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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3
Aria: Meine Seele, auf! erzahle (Alto)
00:05:59

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Anonymous, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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4
Recitative: Der Herr hat grosse Ding an uns getan (Tenor)
00:02:13

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Anonymous, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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5
Aria: Mein Erloser und Erhalter (Bass)
00:03:16

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Anonymous, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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6
Chorale: Es danke, Gott, und lobe dich (Chorus)
00:01:36

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Anonymous, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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Freue dich, erloste Schar, BWV 30 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

7
Part I: Freue dich, erloste Schar (Chorus)
00:04:01

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Christian Friedrich Henrici, Lyricist - Johannes Olearius, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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8
Part I: Recitative: Wir haben Rast (Bass)
00:00:54

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Christian Friedrich Henrici, Lyricist - Johannes Olearius, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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9
Part I: Aria: Gelobet sei Gott, gelobet sein Name (Bass)
00:04:33

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Christian Friedrich Henrici, Lyricist - Johannes Olearius, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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10
Part I: Recitative: Der Herold kommt und meldt den Konig an (Alto)
00:00:44

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Christian Friedrich Henrici, Lyricist - Johannes Olearius, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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11
Part I: Aria: Kommt, ihr angefochtnen Sunder (Alto)
00:05:19

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Christian Friedrich Henrici, Lyricist - Johannes Olearius, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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12
Part I: Chorale: Eine Stimme lasst sich horen (Chorus)
00:01:21

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Christian Friedrich Henrici, Lyricist - Johannes Olearius, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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13
Part II: Recitative: So bist du denn, mein Heil, bedacht (Bass)
00:00:58

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Christian Friedrich Henrici, Lyricist - Johannes Olearius, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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14
Part II: Aria: Ich will nun hassen (Bass)
00:05:38

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Christian Friedrich Henrici, Lyricist - Johannes Olearius, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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15
Part II: Recitative: Und ob wohl sonst der Unbestand (Soprano)
00:00:57

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Christian Friedrich Henrici, Lyricist - Johannes Olearius, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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16
Part II: Aria: Eilt, ihr Stunden, kommt herbei (Soprano)
00:04:30

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Christian Friedrich Henrici, Lyricist - Johannes Olearius, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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17
Part II: Recitative: Geduld, der angenehme Tag (Tenor)
00:01:14

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Christian Friedrich Henrici, Lyricist - Johannes Olearius, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

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18
Part II: Freue dich, geheilgte Schar (Chorus)
00:04:20

Peter Kooij, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Christian Friedrich Henrici, Lyricist - Johannes Olearius, Lyricist - Robin Blaze, Associated Performer - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer - Gerd Turk, Associated Performer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

Gloria in excelsis deo, BWV 191 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

19
Gloria in excelsis Deo (Chorus)
00:06:14

Gerd Turk, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer

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20
Duet: Gloria Patri et Filio et Spiritui sancto (Soprano, Tenor)
00:04:05

Gerd Turk, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer

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21
Sicut erat in principio (Chorus)
00:04:23

Gerd Turk, Associated Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist - Hana Blazikova, Associated Performer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

Album Description

With this release, the 55th, Japanese conductor Masaaki Suzuki and his Bach Collegium Japan reach the end of their magisterial complete cycle of Bach's cantatas, begun in 1995. The cycle ends neither with a bang nor with a whimper, although you do get a touching note from Suzuki, wishing that someone would rediscover cantatas so that he could go on, and a handy index to the entire series. The last albums in the group have covered late cantatas from Bach's Leipzig years, most of which were recycled from other works; Bach saved his unique thoughts for major occasions, not for the workaday world of the cantata. This said, these are intriguing pieces, well-performed as usual. The most unusual is the Cantata No. 30, "Freue dich, erlöste Schar," BWV 30, which was based on a little-known secular cantata, Angenehmes Widerau, BWV 30a ("Pleasant Widerau") Despite the "30a" designation, the secular work came first, and what's unusual is how all the dances and peppy festive music are retained. Suzuki has been at this a long time but does not miss the liveliness of this little piece, or the grander Cantata No. 69, "Lobe den Herrn, meine Seele," BWV 69, or the Cantata No. 191, "Gloria in excelsis Deo," BWV 191, taken directly from the Mass in B minor, BWV 232. Suzuki sticks with the soloists he has favored in the last set, including the utterly distinctive Hana Blaziková and countertenor Robin Blaze, and the careful layering and wonderfully detailed architecture that have been the trademarks of the series are everywhere in evidence. A great many listeners will be sad to see it end.
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