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Bach, J S - Johannes-Passion - Güttler, Ludwig


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J.S. Bach composed his St John Passion during his first winter in Leipzig, in advance of the Good Friday Vespers service of 1724. It is written for an intimate ensemble (much more modest than the scoring of his later St Matthew Passion) and was originally to be performed in the Thomaskirche, being moved to the Nikolaikirche at short notice. The music is a vivid representation of Christs Passion as told in St Johns Gospel, constructed of recitatives and choruses, with commentary in reflective chorales, ariosos and arias. The music is, by nature of the story, inherently dramatic, and tells the story of Jesus death through the words of the Evangelist (tenor), Christ (bass) and a number of smaller roles including Pilate and Peter. Few who attended the service in the Nikolaikirche can have experienced, outside of the opera house, a work on the scale of the St John Passion, one that included such a large proportion of recitative. Today it, together with the St Matthew Passion, is regarded as a masterpiece of devout Lutheran church music, but in its day it must have sounded radical. That being said, the chorales (or hymns) within the work were designed to involve everyone in the performance, and these would have been familiar to the congregation (Melchior Vulpiuss melody, for instance) whether or not they ended up singing them. Some of the most affective moments of the work occur in these chorales as well as in the arias, which are remarkable for their range of expression as well as their instrumentation. Take, for instance, the poignant use of the bass viol in the accompaniment of Jesus last words on the cross in the expressive aria Es ist vollbracht.A masterpiece of expression and theatricality such as the St John Passion requires a masterful interpretation; in this recording, under the baton of Ludwig Guttler who shot to fame as a Baroque trumpeter the Hallenser Madrigalisten and Virtuosi Saxoniae rise to the challenge, giving a technically accomplished and expressive performance (Gramophone). They are joined by acclaimed tenor Christoph Genz in the role of the Evangelist and Egbert Junghanns as Jesus.
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Artikelnummer 95108
Streckkod 5028421951089
Utgivningsdatum 2015-02-25
Kategori Kör
Skivbolag Brilliant Classics
Enhet CD
Antal enheter 2
Utövare
Artister Hallenser Madrigalisten / Virtuosi Saxonie
Dirigenter Güttler, Ludwig
Kompositörer Bach, J S
Disk: 1
1 St John Passion, BWV245
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