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Bach : Dialogkantaten, BWV 32, 49 & 57

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Bach's "Dialogue Cantatas" generally portrayed Jesus in dialogue with the human soul, first tormented and then at peace. The three cantatas selected here by Berlin's Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, which has, over the years since 1982 (with over a million records sold!) brought together musicians from the city's different orchestras – first those under Soviet rule and then all orchestras following the fall of the Wall – are a part of this genre; all date from the great Leipzig period, specifically the third cycle written by Bach for Leipzig in 1726. It will come as no surprise, hearing these cantatas, that the essence of the first arias is desperate, heart-rending: and as they go on, they move towards relief and joy. It is in these first moments that we see Bach at his most intense, most pained, most chromatic, terribly modern as well as at his most romantic, profoundly lyrical and yet rigorous in the musical discourse. The most superbly original piece is surely the Cantata BWV 49, which begins with a Sinfonia with obbligato organ – in which the listener will recognise the final movement of the Harpsichord Concerto in E Major, when Bach recycled it a dozen years later – and continues with an aria with cello and oboe, both soloists immersed in the soprano's joyous voice; and we finish on a magnificent chorale with an aria – the aria being for the bass of the solo organ, while the soprano part sings the chorale's theme from on high: a staggering display of modernity. © SM/Qobuz

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Bach : Dialogkantaten, BWV 32, 49 & 57

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Liebster Jesu, mein Verlangen, BWV 32 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

1
I. Aria "Liebster Jesu, mein Verlangen" 00:05:14

Sophie Karthäuser, Soprano - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

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2
II. Recitativo "Was ists, dass du mich gesuchet ?" 00:00:21

Michael Volle, Bass - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

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3
III. Aria "Hier, in meines Vaters Stätte" 00:06:50

Michael Volle, Bass - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

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4
IV. Recitativo "Ach ! heiliger und großer Gott" 00:02:00

Sophie Karthäuser, Soprano - Michael Volle, Bass - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

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5
V. Aria "Nun verschwinden alle Plagen" 00:05:17

Sophie Karthäuser, Soprano - Michael Volle, Bass - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

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6
VI. Choral " Mein Gott, öffne mir die Pforten" 00:01:06

Members of RIAS Kammerchor - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

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Selig ist der Mann, BWV 57 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

7
I. Aria "Selig ist der Mann" 00:03:28

Michael Volle, Bass - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

harmonia mundi harmonia mundi

8
II. Recitativo "Ach ! dieser süße Trost" 00:01:05

Sophie Karthäuser, Soprano - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

harmonia mundi harmonia mundi

9
III. Aria "Ich wünschte mir den Tod" 00:04:15

Sophie Karthäuser, Soprano - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

harmonia mundi harmonia mundi

10
IV. Recitativo "Ich reiche dir die Hand" 00:00:21

Sophie Karthäuser, Soprano - Michael Volle, Bass - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

harmonia mundi harmonia mundi

11
V. Aria "Ja, ja, ich kann die Feinde schlagen" 00:05:07

Michael Volle, Bass - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

harmonia mundi harmonia mundi

12
VI. Recitativo "In meiner Schoß liegt Ruh un Leben" 00:01:11

Sophie Karthäuser, Soprano - Michael Volle, Bass - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

harmonia mundi harmonia mundi

13
VII. Aria "Ich ende behende mein irdisches Leben" 00:04:00

Sophie Karthäuser, Soprano - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

harmonia mundi harmonia mundi

14
VIII. Choral "Richte dich, Liebste" 00:00:47

Members of RIAS Kammerchor - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

harmonia mundi harmonia mundi

Ich geh und suche mit Verlangen, BWV 49 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

15
I. Sinfonia 00:06:24

Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

harmonia mundi harmonia mundi

16
II. Aria "Ich geh und suche mit Verlangen" 00:05:21

Michael Volle, Bass - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

harmonia mundi harmonia mundi

17
III. Recitativo "Mein Mahl ist zubereit" 00:01:40

Sophie Karthäuser, Soprano - Michael Volle, Bass - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

harmonia mundi harmonia mundi

18
IV. Aria "Ich bin herrlich, ich bin schön" 00:04:19

Sophie Karthäuser, Soprano - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

harmonia mundi harmonia mundi

19
V. Recitativo "Mein Glaube hat mich selbst so angezogen" 00:01:16

Sophie Karthäuser, Soprano - Michael Volle, Bass - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

harmonia mundi harmonia mundi

20
VI. Aria & Choral "Dich hab ich je und je geliebet" 00:04:24

Sophie Karthäuser, Soprano - Michael Volle, Bass - Members of RIAS Kammerchor - Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin - Raphael Alpermann, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

harmonia mundi harmonia mundi

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Bach's "Dialogue Cantatas" generally portrayed Jesus in dialogue with the human soul, first tormented and then at peace. The three cantatas selected here by Berlin's Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, which has, over the years since 1982 (with over a million records sold!) brought together musicians from the city's different orchestras – first those under Soviet rule and then all orchestras following the fall of the Wall – are a part of this genre; all date from the great Leipzig period, specifically the third cycle written by Bach for Leipzig in 1726. It will come as no surprise, hearing these cantatas, that the essence of the first arias is desperate, heart-rending: and as they go on, they move towards relief and joy. It is in these first moments that we see Bach at his most intense, most pained, most chromatic, terribly modern as well as at his most romantic, profoundly lyrical and yet rigorous in the musical discourse. The most superbly original piece is surely the Cantata BWV 49, which begins with a Sinfonia with obbligato organ – in which the listener will recognise the final movement of the Harpsichord Concerto in E Major, when Bach recycled it a dozen years later – and continues with an aria with cello and oboe, both soloists immersed in the soprano's joyous voice; and we finish on a magnificent chorale with an aria – the aria being for the bass of the solo organ, while the soprano part sings the chorale's theme from on high: a staggering display of modernity. © SM/Qobuz

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