Bach Collegium Paris (en)

Bach Collegium Paris (en)

Bach Collegium Paris

Podcast of concert's recordings of the Bach Collegium Paris - Paris, France. The Bach Collegium Paris, founded in 2009, is a baroque choral and orchestral ensemble, in residence at the Deutsches Historisches Institut Paris. It focuses on the works of composers of the 17th and 18th centuries, such as J. S. Bach and his contemporaries. Its purpose is to explore the uses of instrumental and vocal practices as elucidated by original sources which describe performance practices, and to suggest new ways to understand and realize the Baroque musical aesthetic. To this end, the Bach Collegium Paris benefits from the skill and experience of its conductor and artistic director, Dr. Patrizia Metzler, whose work on J. S. Bach's compositions formed the core of her PhD and still imbues her current research. More information available on our website

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First public recording of the Bach Collegium Paris on July, 9th 2010 in Basilique Sainte-Clotilde (Paris 7th). Patrizia METZLER, musical director. Chiara SKERATH, soprano. Antoine LE ROUX, contretenor. David TRICOU, tenor. Émilien HAMEL, baryton. BACH Johann-Sebastian (1685-1750) Cantata BWV 147 “Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben” “Jesus bleibet meine Freude” (final choral) J.S. Bach wrote Cantata 147 to celebrate the feast of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary and it was first performed during his first year at the Thomaskirche in Leipzig on July 2, 1723. In 1716 he had composed a six movement work with the same title during his time in Weimar where it was intended to be sung on the 4th Sunday of Advent. The revisions he undertook for the performance in Leipzig included substantial citatations from the Song of Mary (the Magnificat in Luke, chapter 1) thus making it fit into the liturgical requirements for the Feast of the Visitation. The text for the original Weimar work was composed by the librettist Salomon Franck and although it was not unacceptable for the Feast of the Visitation, Bach expanded from the work from six into ten movements to satisfy all the liturgical requirements in Leipzig. The additional movements included three recitatives and the concluding movements of the first section, as well as the replacement of the final movement of the work with another stanza from Martin Jahn's chorale text. ... read more about this program on : © All right reserved Bach Collegium Paris - Paris, France

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  • 10 - BACH Johann Sebastian (1685-1750) > Cantata BWV 147 “Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben” > “Jesus bleibet meine Freude” (final choral) 
    Fri, 9 Jul 2010
  • 9 - BUXTEHUDE Dietrich (1637-1707) > Cantate BuxWV 75 “Membra Jesu nostri patientis sanctissima” > IV. Ad latus – 2. “Surge, amica mea” 
    Sat, 19 Mar 2011
  • 8 - BACH Johann Sebastian (1685-1750) > Cantata BWV 4 “Christ Lag in Todesbanden” 
    Sat, 31 Mar 2012
  • 7 - BACH Jean-Sébastien (1685-1750) > Cantate BWV 140 “Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme” 
    Sat, 12 Oct 2013
  • 6 - BACH Jean-Sébastien (1685-1750) > Cantate BWV 78 “Jesu, der du meine Seele” 
    Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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