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Angelika Kirchschlager|Bach: Arias

Bach: Arias

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In the crush of mezzo sopranos actively recording, Angelika Kirchschlager's warm and direct voice stands somewhat apart from the perhaps overly subjective Cecilia Bartoli and the possibly overly objective Anne-Sofie von Otter. This combination has worked well in many, even most, of Kirchschlager's recordings: her disc of Korngold and Mahler songs was affecting without being affected and her disc of lullabies was sentimental without succumbing to mawkishness. In many ways, this disc of Bach arias is quite as lovely as anything Kirchschlager has done: her tone is beautifully rounded, her phrasing is alert to the meaning of the text and the music, and her sensitivity to the nuances of Bach's vocal writing makes her interpretation of each aria separate and special. But teaming Kirchschlager with the Venice Baroque Ensemble, a period instrument ensemble directed by violinist Giuliano Carmignola, does her no good. Against the dry sound of the Baroque violinist, Kirchschlager's thoroughly modern vocal performance sounds overheated. And against the detached-to-the-point-of-reticence interpretations of Carmignola, Kirchschlager's straightforward interpretations sound almost affected. In such wonderful arias as Erbarme Dich from the St. Matthew Passion, for example, Kirchschlager sings with passionate but controlled vibrato while the Venice Baroque Ensemble plays with a parched tone that verges on desiccation. Separately, either might have been wonderful, but they are almost oxymoronic in combination. This is worth getting to hear Kirchschlager, but with reservations.
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1
Erfreute Zeit from Cantata No. 83 "Erfreute Zeit im neuen Bunde"
Andrea Marcon
00:06:55

Andreas Neubronner, Producer - Jeremy Caulton, Executive Producer - Andrea Marcon, Conductor - Angelika Kirchschlager, Mezzo-Soprano - JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750), Composer - Giuliano Carmignola, Violin

(P) 2002 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

2
Vergnügte Ruh from Cantata No. 170 "Vergnügte Ruh, beliebte Seelenlust"
Andrea Marcon
00:07:09

Andreas Neubronner, Producer - Jeremy Caulton, Executive Producer - Andrea Marcon, Conductor - Angelika Kirchschlager, Mezzo-Soprano - JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750), Composer - Venice Baroque Orchestra, Performer

(P) 2002 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

3
Schlummert ein, ihr matten Augen from Cantata No. 82 "Ich habe genug"
Andrea Marcon
00:09:46

Andreas Neubronner, Producer - Jeremy Caulton, Executive Producer - Andrea Marcon, Conductor - Angelika Kirchschlager, Mezzo-Soprano - JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750), Composer

(P) 2002 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

4
Nichts kann mich erretten from Cantata No. 74 " Wer mich liebet, der wird mein Wort Halten"
Andrea Marcon
00:05:16

Andreas Neubronner, Producer - Jeremy Caulton, Executive Producer - Andrea Marcon, Conductor - Angelika Kirchschlager, Mezzo-Soprano - JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750), Composer - Giuliano Carmignola, Violin

(P) 2002 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

5
Wo zwei und drei versammlet sind from Catanta No. 42 "Am Abend aber desselbigen Sabbats"
Andrea Marcon
00:10:20

Andreas Neubronner, Producer - Jeremy Caulton, Executive Producer - Andrea Marcon, Conductor - Angelika Kirchschlager, Mezzo-Soprano - JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750), Composer

(P) 2002 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

6
Herr was du willt from Cantata No. 156 "Ich steh mit einem Fuss im Grabe"
Andrea Marcon
00:03:33

Andreas Neubronner, Producer - Jeremy Caulton, Executive Producer - Andrea Marcon, Conductor - Angelika Kirchschlager, Mezzo-Soprano - JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750), Composer

(P) 2002 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

7
St. Mathew Passion, BWV 244: "Erbarme dich"
Andrea Marcon
00:06:41

Andreas Neubronner, Producer - Jeremy Caulton, Executive Producer - Andrea Marcon, Conductor - Angelika Kirchschlager, Mezzo-Soprano - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Venice Baroque Orchestra, Performer - Giuliano Carmignola, Violin

(P) 2002 Sony Music Entertainment

8
Widerstehe doch der Sünde from Cantata No. 54 " Widerstehe doch der Sünde"
Andrea Marcon
00:08:46

Andreas Neubronner, Producer - Jeremy Caulton, Executive Producer - Andrea Marcon, Conductor - Angelika Kirchschlager, Mezzo-Soprano - JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750), Composer

(P) 2002 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

9
Laudamus te (Aria) from Mass in B minor, BWV 232
Andrea Marcon
00:04:15

Andreas Neubronner, Producer - Jeremy Caulton, Executive Producer - Andrea Marcon, Conductor - Angelika Kirchschlager, Mezzo-Soprano - JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750), Composer - Giuliano Carmignola, Violin

(P) 2002 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

10
Sinfonia from Cantata No. 156: "Ich steh mit einem Fuss im Grabe"
Andrea Marcon
00:02:46

Andreas Neubronner, Producer - Jeremy Caulton, Executive Producer - Andrea Marcon, Conductor - Stefanie Haegele, Oboe - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Venice Baroque Orchestra, Performer

(P) 2002 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

11
Bereite dich Zion from Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248
Angelika Kirchschlager
00:05:03

Andreas Neubronner, Producer - Jeremy Caulton, Executive Producer - Andrea Marcon, Conductor - Angelika Kirchschlager, Mezzo-Soprano - Angelika Kirchschlager, Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Venice Baroque Orchestra, Performer

(P) 2002 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

12
Wie soll ich dich empfangen from Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248
Andrea Marcon
00:01:34

Andreas Neubronner, Producer - Jeremy Caulton, Executive Producer - Andrea Marcon, Conductor - Angelika Kirchschlager, Mezzo-Soprano - JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750), Composer

(P) 2002 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Descriptif de l'album

In the crush of mezzo sopranos actively recording, Angelika Kirchschlager's warm and direct voice stands somewhat apart from the perhaps overly subjective Cecilia Bartoli and the possibly overly objective Anne-Sofie von Otter. This combination has worked well in many, even most, of Kirchschlager's recordings: her disc of Korngold and Mahler songs was affecting without being affected and her disc of lullabies was sentimental without succumbing to mawkishness. In many ways, this disc of Bach arias is quite as lovely as anything Kirchschlager has done: her tone is beautifully rounded, her phrasing is alert to the meaning of the text and the music, and her sensitivity to the nuances of Bach's vocal writing makes her interpretation of each aria separate and special. But teaming Kirchschlager with the Venice Baroque Ensemble, a period instrument ensemble directed by violinist Giuliano Carmignola, does her no good. Against the dry sound of the Baroque violinist, Kirchschlager's thoroughly modern vocal performance sounds overheated. And against the detached-to-the-point-of-reticence interpretations of Carmignola, Kirchschlager's straightforward interpretations sound almost affected. In such wonderful arias as Erbarme Dich from the St. Matthew Passion, for example, Kirchschlager sings with passionate but controlled vibrato while the Venice Baroque Ensemble plays with a parched tone that verges on desiccation. Separately, either might have been wonderful, but they are almost oxymoronic in combination. This is worth getting to hear Kirchschlager, but with reservations.
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