3 edition of Saint John"s passion found in the catalog.
Saint John"s passion
Johann Sebastian Bach
|Series||Kalmus miniature orchestra scores ; 406|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||151 p. : music ; 18 cm.|
|Number of Pages||151|
Nicholas Church, where he planned to place the musicians needed to perform the music. His account of the St. In the earlier of the two [E-2]an English text by Peter Pears and Andrew Raeburn that was based on the Troutbeck translation is used. At least in part, this sad state of affairs seems to have been a by-product of the common perception of the St. Although Pears is not in quite as good voice as he was in the Willcocks recording a dozen years earlier, every one of the soloists is excellent.
Coro: If you let this man go, you are not Caesar's friend 23c. Evangelist: Allda kreuzigten sie ihn 25b. These bass beats are accompanied by the remaining instruments of higher tunes, by legato singing the prospective theme. Evangelist: Und die Kriegsknechte flochten eine Krone von Dornen 21b.
It is interesting to remember that one of the principals in the Passion narrative, Peter, the first pope, emerges in Acts as the staunchest advocate of keeping the movement strictly within Jewish practice, losing out in early church councils to the proselytizing instincts of Paul. Version I[ edit ] There are no extant Flute parts for this version, so the movements that normally require them have violins instead. John Passion as "inferior" to the St. Chorale: Christ, who makes us blessed 16a.
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The white heat and searing clarity of his voice and the keen sincerity of his interpretation make his Evangelist a particularly special one; one regrets that he was not assigned the tenor arias as well, for Josef Traxel 's vocal production is tight and strained.
The narrator, called the Evangelist, was joined by solo singers taking on the roles of Jesus, Pilate, and other personae, while a chorus took on the role of the various crowds: soldiers, priests, the mob.
This performance, however, is the only one on records in which the chorale cantus firmus is intoned correctly by a solo soprano, rather than the soprano section of the choir. Surely the development of the interpretation was a communal effort in which both Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Gustav Leonhardt, who played keyboard continuo, were influential, but the many session photos included in the booklet that accompanied the original LP release Saint Johns passion book it quite clear that Dr.
Coro: We must not put Saint Johns passion book man to death 16e. John Passion, and it struck all who heard it at the time of its release as a revelation; it was the musical equivalent Saint Johns passion book the Rembrandt "Night Watch" after all the accreted and stygian varnish had been removed.
Since the first complete recordings, the early version calling for the Saint Johns passion book instruments has been the one preferred by all and sundry. Its emblematic significance does not imply the usual meaning in this case The King is coming! The development of the Passion Oratorio notably took place in the progressive city of Hamburg and was, in fact, an early symptom of Enlightenment thinking and religious tolerance.
It is also the most successful of the three, and, in its quiet way, one of the most satisfying recordings of the oratorio overall. Thomas School. One rather regrets that Preinfalk was not given the chance to record the Passion in its entirety, because his reading has a conviction and spark that is lacking from most of the others made in the early s, especially the Grossmann.
The imaginative listener can easily close his eyes and pretend that he is attending a performance of the St. Bach goes to great lengths to emphasise the horrors of the story, the reality of the death of Christ, and he does this with incredible mastery, fashioning a deeply moving and cathartic experience through his hugely imaginative and memorable scores.
In addition to the biblical verses, the text of the St. Voices appear in one of three columns, depending on the text source: Bible, contemporary poetic reflection, or chorale. The Amadeus Chor, some 60 or 70 strong, and the Amadeus Orchester do their best, but Beringer leads a performance that can best be described as listless.
The clear voiced Julianne Baird gives an evocative performance of "Zerfliesse, mein Herze" that even includes a short interpolated cadenza! Coro: We have no king but Caesar. But picking out individual moments from a work of such overwhelming intensity is to miss the point: this is a piece whose scale and seriousness reflect its subject sincerely, and an experience of anything less than the whole cannot convey the sense of Passion integral to this work.
Christoph Wolff Translation: Phyllis Anderson Christian Gerhaher studied not only singing but also philosophy and medicine. The magnificent second version, which introduces three elaborate chorale-prelude style pieces into the structure, represents the most drastic re-conception.
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Vocal score. Forces or Category: SATB & soloists (soprano, pdf, 2 baritones), with organ/small ensemble. Orchestration: 2 tpt, hn, tbn, tba, timps, org, vla, vc. Chilcott's mighty setting of words from St John's Gospel is a dramatic yet optimistic re-telling of the Passiontide story.May 07, · John Eliot Gardiner: Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque soloists The music published on this channel is exclusively dedicated to divulgation purposes and not commercial.
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