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J.S.Bach.Cantata "Komm, du suesse Todesstunde" (BWV 161) "Bach-consort"

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Published on Jul 7, 2011

"Bach-consort"
Liliya Gaysina (soprano), Yulia Mikkonen (alt), Paul Bentley (tenor),
Anton Tutnov (bass)
Maurice van Lieshout (recorder), Svetlana Sheveleva (recorder), Vlad
Pessin (violine), Marina Katarzhnova (violine), Elizaveta Yartzeva
(viola), Alexander Gulin (cello), Anastasia Braudo (organ), Maxim
Emeliyanychev (cornetto)
Live concert 11/06/2011 Moscow

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Comments • 19

Todd Baxter
Excellent performance! BTW, Bach would use cornetto and trombones, sometimes, to double the voices & naturally for effect in some of the cantatas. Bach was one of the last composers to use "old" instruments form the 17th Century like the cornetto, sackbut(trombone), lute & viola da gamba.
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jsbrules
what a tender performance! lovely
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Estelle Gerthoffert
vive le "vent vivant" de l'orgue positif!
Richard Norman
I alighted on this by pure chance – through wikipedia asking for a donation; my second daughter, Samantha, died just before one this morning (19/10/16)
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disquesgotha
So beautifull sound and performance, thanks !
Wiaczesław Kyrylow
Что за темпы? Что за произношение? Худшее исполнение моей любимой кантаты(
Estelle Gerthoffert
yes for the slow tempo!
Geroin629
А как певица запевает! Всю душу вынимает!
Geroin629
Ух ты! Какое исполнение! Даже не ожидал такого от такого небольшого количества людей!
Alexander Prins
Among lots of excellence in this performance a certain disturbance: In the parts of the tenor the words 'Komete', 'Seele', 'Seelen', 'geht'; the pronunciation of 'e' and 'ee' sound very un-german. Expressed in capitals; komEte, sEEle(n), gEht, (gEhen); E and EE should sound as 'ay' in 'may' or 'day' - but without the y-diftongue. Both German and Dutch have the pronunciation of this vowel in common.
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