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Masaaki Suzuki

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Japanese historical-performance specialist Masaaki Suzuki reaches the 40th volume of his complete traversal of Bach's cantatas with this disc. The series has attained an impressive level of technical consistency, and technical ensemble precision is what Suzuki's style is all about. Start with the German pronunciation of his Bach Collegium Japan, which has been tested on native Germans and found flawless. Among the various Bach cantata series, you can think of Suzuki and John Eliot Gardiner as being at opposite ends of the spectrum, with Gardiner's humanistic readings closely connected to the text, and varying widely in style according to the text, while with Suzuki the focus is on the instruments, and even the able soloists somehow seem subsidiary to the overall effect. The distinctive moments in Suzuki come in moments of unusual texture, for example in the duet "Lobe den Herren, der künstlich und fein" from the Cantata No 137 (track 3), where Bach wrote a mysterious squiggly line above the staff, similar to those that appear in other Bach autographs but of unknown significance. Not to give anything away: what Suzuki makes of this marking is both extremely unusual and also a perfect example of something that only he could get away with. More generally, these cantatas are of the type he does best. The Cantata No. 137 and the familiar Cantata No. 79, "Gott der Herr is Sonn und Schild," BWV 79, are big pieces with several brass instruments and timpani, and absolutely nobody is better than Suzuki at clarifying textures with Baroque brass instruments, which are challenging to play to begin with. The two sonatas are nicely set against works featuring wind instruments deployed in subtly dramatic ways. Most impressive of all is the sound; the environment of the Kobe Shoin Women's University Chapel is uncannily well suited to the music and to the conductor's aims. Superb as usual, this is a good milepost disc for those starting out with Suzuki's series.
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Lobe den Herren, den machtigen Konig der Ehren, BWV 137 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

1
Lobe den Herren, den machtigen Konig der Ehren (Chorus)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:03:08

Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Peter Kooij, Performer - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Robin Blaze, Performer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Joachim Neander, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

2
Aria: Lobe den Herren, der alles so herrlich regieret (Alto)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:03:14

Peter Kooij, Performer - Robin Blaze, Performer - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Joachim Neander, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

3
Aria: Lobe den Herren, der kunstlich und fein dich bereitet (Bass, Soprano)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:03:02

Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Peter Kooij, Performer - Robin Blaze, Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Joachim Neander, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

4
Aria: Lobe den Herren, der deinen Stand sichtbar gesegnet (Tenor)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:02:26

Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Peter Kooij, Performer - Robin Blaze, Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Joachim Neander, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

5
Chorale: Lobe den Herren, was in mir ist, lobe den Namen! (Chorus)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:01:00

Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Robin Blaze, Performer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Peter Kooij, Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Joachim Neander, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

Tue Rechnung! Donnerwort, BWV 168 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

6
Aria: Tue Rechnung! Donnerwort (Bass)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:03:02

Robin Blaze, Performer - Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Peter Kooij, Performer - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Salomo Franck, Composer - Bartholomaus Ringwaldt, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

7
Recitative: Es ist nur fremdes Gut (Tenor)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:01:51

Peter Kooij, Performer - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Robin Blaze, Performer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Bartholomaus Ringwaldt, Composer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Salomo Franck, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

8
Aria: Kapital und Interessen (Tenor)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:03:08

Peter Kooij, Performer - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Robin Blaze, Performer - Salomo Franck, Composer - Bartholomaus Ringwaldt, Composer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

9
Recitative: Jedoch, erschrocknes Herz (Bass)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:01:42

Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Peter Kooij, Performer - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Robin Blaze, Performer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Salomo Franck, Composer - Bartholomaus Ringwaldt, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

10
Aria: Herz, zerreiss des Mammons Kette (Soprano, Alto)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:02:11

Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Peter Kooij, Performer - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Robin Blaze, Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Salomo Franck, Composer - Bartholomaus Ringwaldt, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

11
Chorale: Stark mich mit deinem Freudengeist (Chorus)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:01:10

Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Peter Kooij, Performer - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Robin Blaze, Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Salomo Franck, Composer - Bartholomaus Ringwaldt, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

Gott der Herr ist Sonn und Schild, BWV 79 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

12
Gott der Herr ist Sonn und Schild (Chorus)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:04:40

Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Peter Kooij, Performer - Robin Blaze, Performer - Martin Rinkart, Composer - Ludwig Helmbold, Composer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Bible - Old Testament, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

13
Aria: Gott ist unsre Sonn und Schild! (Alto)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:02:47

Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Robin Blaze, Performer - Peter Kooij, Performer - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Bible - Old Testament, Composer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Ludwig Helmbold, Composer - Martin Rinkart, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

14
Chorale: Nun danket alle Gott (Chorus)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:02:03

Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Peter Kooij, Performer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Robin Blaze, Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Ludwig Helmbold, Composer - Martin Rinkart, Composer - Bible - Old Testament, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

15
Recitative: Gottlob, wir wissen den rechten Weg zur Seligkeit (Bass)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:00:58

Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Robin Blaze, Performer - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Peter Kooij, Performer - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Bible - Old Testament, Composer - Martin Rinkart, Composer - Ludwig Helmbold, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

16
Aria: Gott, ach Gott, verlass die Deinen (Soprano, Bass)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:02:59

Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Robin Blaze, Performer - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Peter Kooij, Performer - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Bible - Old Testament, Composer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Ludwig Helmbold, Composer - Martin Rinkart, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

17
Chorale: Erhalt uns in der Wahrheit (Chorus)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:00:55

Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Robin Blaze, Performer - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Peter Kooij, Performer - Bible - Old Testament, Composer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Ludwig Helmbold, Composer - Martin Rinkart, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

Ihr, die ihr euch von Christo nennet, BWV 164 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

18
Aria: Ihr, die ihr euch von Christo nennet (Tenor)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:04:16

Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Robin Blaze, Performer - Peter Kooij, Performer - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Elisabeth Kreuziger, Composer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Salomo Franck, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

19
Recitative: Wir horen zwar, was selbst die Liebe spricht (Bass)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:01:46

Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Robin Blaze, Performer - Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Peter Kooij, Performer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Salomo Franck, Composer - Elisabeth Kreuziger, Composer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

20
Aria: Nur durch Lieb und durch Erbarmen (Alto)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:04:17

Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Robin Blaze, Performer - Peter Kooij, Performer - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Salomo Franck, Composer - Elisabeth Kreuziger, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

21
Recitative: Ach, schmelze doch durch deinen Liebesstrahl (Tenor)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:01:29

Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Peter Kooij, Performer - Robin Blaze, Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Salomo Franck, Composer - Elisabeth Kreuziger, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

22
Aria: Handen, die sich nicht verschliessen (Soprano, Bass)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:03:47

Robin Blaze, Performer - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Peter Kooij, Performer - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Salomo Franck, Composer - Elisabeth Kreuziger, Composer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

23
Chorale: Ertot uns, durch dein Gute (Chorus)
Yukari Nonoshita
00:01:20

Bach Collegium Japan Chorus, Choir - Robin Blaze, Performer - Peter Kooij, Performer - Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra - Yukari Nonoshita, Performer - Masaaki Suzuki, Conductor - Makoto Sakurada, Performer - Elisabeth Kreuziger, Composer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Salomo Franck, Composer

2008 BIS 2008 BIS

Album Description

Japanese historical-performance specialist Masaaki Suzuki reaches the 40th volume of his complete traversal of Bach's cantatas with this disc. The series has attained an impressive level of technical consistency, and technical ensemble precision is what Suzuki's style is all about. Start with the German pronunciation of his Bach Collegium Japan, which has been tested on native Germans and found flawless. Among the various Bach cantata series, you can think of Suzuki and John Eliot Gardiner as being at opposite ends of the spectrum, with Gardiner's humanistic readings closely connected to the text, and varying widely in style according to the text, while with Suzuki the focus is on the instruments, and even the able soloists somehow seem subsidiary to the overall effect. The distinctive moments in Suzuki come in moments of unusual texture, for example in the duet "Lobe den Herren, der künstlich und fein" from the Cantata No 137 (track 3), where Bach wrote a mysterious squiggly line above the staff, similar to those that appear in other Bach autographs but of unknown significance. Not to give anything away: what Suzuki makes of this marking is both extremely unusual and also a perfect example of something that only he could get away with. More generally, these cantatas are of the type he does best. The Cantata No. 137 and the familiar Cantata No. 79, "Gott der Herr is Sonn und Schild," BWV 79, are big pieces with several brass instruments and timpani, and absolutely nobody is better than Suzuki at clarifying textures with Baroque brass instruments, which are challenging to play to begin with. The two sonatas are nicely set against works featuring wind instruments deployed in subtly dramatic ways. Most impressive of all is the sound; the environment of the Kobe Shoin Women's University Chapel is uncannily well suited to the music and to the conductor's aims. Superb as usual, this is a good milepost disc for those starting out with Suzuki's series.
© TiVo

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