Cantata BWV 187 Es wartet alles auf dich Discussions - Part 1. BWV 187 Aria solo a la Colmar. Boyd Pehrson wrote (April 3, 2002): I have loaded . am file of a french boy soprano singing the . Bach aria "Gott versorget alles Leben" (Mvt. 5) from Cantata BWV 187. It is quite beautifully sung. The boy is a soloist of La Maîtrise de garçons de Colmar (Colmar Boys' Choir). I think Andreas identified the boy as Antoine Walter in an earlier file upload/post. Arlette Steyer is Directrice Artistique et Pédagogique of the Colmar Boys' Choir . The background below is taken completely from Alec Robertson’s book ‘The Church Cantatas of . The English translation is by Francis Browne, a member of the BCML.
Discography and Discussions of . Bach's Vocal Works performed by the artist. Bach: Das Kantatenwerk - Sacred Cantatas Vol. 9 - BWV 163-182. CD-1 : Cantatas BWV 163, BWV 164, BWV 165, BWV 166 CD-2 : Cantatas BWV 167, BWV 168, BWV 169 CD-3 : Cantatas BWV 170, BWV 171, BWV 172, BWV 173 CD-4 : Cantatas BWV 174, BWV 175, BWV 176 CD-5 : Cantatas BWV 177, BWV 178, BWV 179 [12
Johann Sebastian Bach started composing cantatas around 1707, when he was still an organist in Arnstadt. The first documented performances of his work took place in Mühlhausen, where he was appointed in 1708. Bach's early cantatas are "Choralkonzerte" (chorale concertos) in the style of the 17th century, different from the recitative and aria cantata format associated with Neumeister that Bach started to use for church cantatas in 1714.
Es wartet alles auf dich, BWV 187. (Redirected from BWV 187). Johann Sebastian Bach composed the church cantata Es wartet alles auf dich (Everything waits for You), BWV 187 in Leipzig for the seventh Sunday after Trinity and first performed it on 4 August 1726
BPM Profile Cantatas BWV 4 & 131. Album starts at 94BPM, ends at 136BPM (+42), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Johann Sebastian Bach. Testament: Complete Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin.
Live recording: Il duomo di S. Nicolò, Merano, 19-20. 2000, Festival Meraner Musikwochen. French Translation of sung text for BWV 105; Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Hamburg. Matrix, Runout: 00289 463 590-2 01, 51081515. 8. Es wartet alles auf dich (Chorus) Johann Sebastian Bach; Yukari Nonoshita; Robin Blaze; Peter Kooij; Bach Collegium Japan Chorus; Bach Collegium Japan; Masaaki Suzuki. During the period in which these three cantatas were written, Bach was making extensive use of compositions by others, such as his own second cousin Johann Ludwig Bach. In several instances, Bach also reused texts set by his cousin, including the first two cantatas here, the opening text of each being taken from the Old and the New Testament. The programme closes with a movement for solo violin and orchestra, thought.