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Las arias y duetos mas bellos de Bach interpretados por soprano, baritonoy violin.

ARTISTAS:HILARY HAHN, violinCHRISTINE SCHAFER, sopranoMATTHIAS GOERNE, baritoneMunchener KammerorchesterNaoki Kitaya, harpsichord & organRosario Conte, theorboKristin von der Goltz, violoncelloALEXANDER LIEBREICH

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Lista de canciones:
Disco 1
1. No.51 Aria (Bass): "Gebt mir meinen Jesum wieder" - Matthias Goerne, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Christian Leins, Sid McLauchlan, Stephan Flock, Jürgen Bulgrin, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya, Johann Sebastian Bach
2. Arie (Duett): "Wann kommst du, mein Heil?" - Christine Schäfer, Matthias Goerne, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Christian Leins, Sid McLauchlan, Stephan Flock, Jürgen Bulgrin, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya, Johann Sebastian Bach
3. Aria "Die Schätzbarkeit der weiten Erde" - Christine Schäfer, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Christian Leins, Sid McLauchlan, Stephan Flock, Jürgen Bulgrin, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya, Johann Sebastian Bach
4. 3. Aria: Hier, in meines Vaters Stätte - Matthias Goerne, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Christian Leins, Sid McLauchlan, Stephan Flock, Jürgen Bulgrin, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya, Johann Sebastian Bach
5. 9. Aria Soprano: "Angenehmer Zephyrus" - Christine Schäfer, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Christian Leins, Sid McLauchlan, Stephan Flock, Jürgen Bulgrin, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya, Johann Sebastian Bach
6. Laudamus te - Christine Schäfer, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Christian Leins, Sid McLauchlan, Stephan Flock, Jürgen Bulgrin, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya, Johann Sebastian Bach
7. Ja, ja ich halte meinen Jesum fest - Matthias Goerne, Hilary Hahn, Henrik Wiese, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Christian Leins, Sid McLauchlan, Stephan Flock, Jürgen Bulgrin, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya
8. 4. Aria: "Die Welt mit allen Königreichen" - Matthias Goerne, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Christian Leins, Sid McLauchlan, Stephan Flock, Jürgen Bulgrin, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya, Johann Sebastian Bach
9. Aria "Ich bin vergnügt in meinem Leiden" (Soprano) - Christine Schäfer, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Christian Leins, Sid McLauchlan, Stephan Flock, Jürgen Bulgrin, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya, Johann Sebastian Bach
10. 6. Wenn Trost und Hülf' ermangeln muß - Matthias Goerne, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Christian Leins, Sid McLauchlan, Stephan Flock, Jürgen Bulgrin, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya
11. 2. Aria & Choral: Welt, ade, ich bin dein müde - Christian Leins, Christine Schäfer, Matthias Goerne, Sid McLauchlan, Hilary Hahn, Stephan Flock, Jürgen Bulgrin, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya, Johann Sebastian Bach
12. No.39 Aria (Alto): "Erbarme dich" - Christine Schäfer, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Christian Leins, Sid McLauchlan, Stephan Flock, Jürgen Bulgrin, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya, Johann Sebastian Bach


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  1. No.51 Aria (Bass): "Gebt mir meinen Jesum wieder" - Matthias Goerne, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya
  2. Arie (Duett): "Wann kommst du, mein Heil?" - Christine Schäfer, Matthias Goerne, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya
  3. Aria "Die Schätzbarkeit der weiten Erde" - Christine Schäfer, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya
  4. 3. Aria: Hier, in meines Vaters Stätte - Matthias Goerne, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya
  5. 9. Aria Soprano: "Angenehmer Zephyrus" - Christine Schäfer, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya
  6. Laudamus te - Christine Schäfer, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya
  7. Ja, ja ich halte meinen Jesum fest - Matthias Goerne, Hilary Hahn, Henrik Wiese, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya
  8. 4. Aria: "Die Welt mit allen Königreichen" - Matthias Goerne, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya
  9. Aria "Ich bin vergnügt in meinem Leiden" (Soprano) - Christine Schäfer, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya
  10. 6. Wenn Trost und Hülf' ermangeln muß - Matthias Goerne, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya
  11. 2. Aria & Choral: Welt, ade, ich bin dein müde - Christine Schäfer, Matthias Goerne, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya
  12. No.39 Aria (Alto): "Erbarme dich" - Christine Schäfer, Hilary Hahn, Münchener Kammerorchester, Alexander Liebreich, Rosario Conte, Kristin von der Goltz, Naoki Kitaya

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas For music-lovers who prefer short pieces of music that are beautiful, melodic, optimistic, and lively 11 de octubre de 2014
Por Tom Brody - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
BACH VIOLIN AND VOICE, with Hilary Hahn (violin), Matthias Goerne (baritone), and Christine Schafer (soprano), accompanied by Munchener Kammerorcheter, conducted by Alexander Liebreich, is a compilation of arias composed by J. S. Bach. Aside from one or two of these pieces, Ms. Hahn's violin part is distinctly in the background. In only one or two of the pieces, Ms. Hahn's violin part is closely miked. In other words, this product is mainly a showcase for the baritone and soprano, who are always closely miked. Thus, I might infer that the prominent place of Ms. Hahn's name and photograph on this product is mainly because of her intellectual input in how the music was played, and also as a marketing tool. Of course, Ms. Hilary Hahn is an established Bach scholar, as demonstrated by her infinitely superior recording of the Bach Concertos (infinitely superior to the recordings by Elizabeth Wallfisch). The Wallfisch recordings with Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment are lugubrious, and lack the springiness that is characteristic of Ms. Hahn's recordings of Bach.

THE PIECES. There are twelve pieces, all between about three minutes and seven minutes in length. For some of these, the melody is distinctive, and I liked these the best. The lead violin part (Ms. Hahn) is prominent really only for BMV 205, BMV 157, and BMV 58. Flute is prominent really only on BMV 157.

(1) BMV 244 (2 minutes, 59 seconds). Brisk, brash, and stately. The stateliness is provided by the deep-throated cello section. This features the baritone, who does plenty of singing using this sound, "Eee-eeeee-eeeeeeee-eee."
(2) BMV 140 (5:44). Soprano plus baritone. A slow tune with an optimistic sounding tune, not mournful. The singers seem to be having a conversation with each other.
(3) BMV 204 (4:13). Starts off with the violin, playing a jaunty tune as might be found in an Irish sea-faring melody. Soprano singing only.
(4) BMV 32 (7:09). Baritone. Moderate-paced piece. There is not really any distinctive tune in this piece.
(5)BMV 205 (3:29). Starts with a prominent and loud violin part where the violin is closely miked. The soprano then joins in.
(6) BMV 232 (3:50). Brisk, brash, and stately. Soprano only.
(7) BMV 157 (6:18). Starts with a definite melody, first played on violin, then on flute. Then, baritone joins in with the same melody. In the middle of this piece, something unusual happens -- the instruments stop nad the baritone sings a couple of unaccompanied phrases.
(8) BMV 59 (3:06). Baritone only. Moderate paced.
(9) BMV 58 (3:44). Starts with a prominent violin tune that ends with a little, wiggly fluorish. Then, the soprano sings the same tune, which also ends with the little, wiggly fluorish.
(10) BMV 117 (4:03). Baritone only. Moderate-paced piece. No real discernable melody.
(11) BMV 158 (5:50). Baritone and soprano sing together. At a few parts in this piece, for example, at the 2-minute time pint, a woodwind instrument becomes prominent, adding an embellishing touch.
(12) BMV 244 (6:29). This is similar to the second piece on this album, except that BMV 244 has soprano only, while the second piece has baritone plus soprano. The tunes are similar. This is a slow piece, but not mournful.

BOOKLET. The product comes with a 28-page booklet with biographies. Pages 24-28 have the lyrics, in English, French, and German. The singing is all in German. Two of the cutes are from St. Matthew Passion (BMV 244) and the lyrics on this recording are, "Restor my Jesus to me. Behold. The money, the murderer's reward is thrown back at your feet by the prodigal son. Take pity on me my God, for the sake of my tears. See how heart and eye weep for you bitterly." This is just to provide an example of the lyrics.

CONCLUSION. I bought this product, because of the astonishing beauty of Ms. Hahn's recordings of the Bach violin concertos, and also because my interest in the Bach Cantatas was stimulated by Joshua Rifkin's 2-disc recording, "6 Favourite Canatatas Kantaten BMV 147, 80, 140, 8, 51, and 78." The Hahn violin concertos and the Rifkin cantatas are two of my very favorite recordings from the classical repertoire. I am glad that I bought the product under review (BACH VIOLIN AND VOICE), even though it more about Matthias Goerne and Christine Schafer, and less about Ms. Hahn.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Sublime recording 17 de diciembre de 2013
Por 3rd Day Believer - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I play it, then I play it again. I own a genuinely respectable vintage stereo system, and this recording sounds wonderful. Hilary Hahn's famously sweet tone is on display here. To speak in the negative, her playing completely lacks the fatiguing overtones of some violinists. To my ears, the vocalists seem well-matched to this violin sweetness, with soprano Christine Schafer and baritone Matthias Goerne providing deep interpretations of Bach's music. The Münchener Kammerorchester under the direction of Alexander Liebreich is a gorgeous backdrop and more. A standout is the flute of Henrik Wiese. For both those immersed in vocal music, and for those who think they could never enjoy it, this is a first-rate recommendation. Some might complain that Hahn is too romantic for Bach, but I doubt most listeners will mind when this music is actually lighting up their homes. Speaking of lights, this album would make for great "classy" Christmas music.

Update: This is one album of classical music that never tires the ear or the spirit. It has a dancing, lovely tone.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Bach at His Best 22 de marzo de 2010
Por Peggy E. Skarry - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I'm a musician/singer and saw the 6 minute video of Hilary and friends on YouTube. I loved it immediately. All of the participants were top-drawer, and seemed to be enjoying themselves immensely. I had to have the CD. I play it over and over - basking in the joy that the performers take in playing/singing Bach. Hilary Hahn has a formidable technique and a radiant tone. Her bowing is exceptional as is her intonation. (I'm not a violinist, but as a singer, pianist, and teacher, I am acutely aware of some of the less than perfect pitches that abound. The singers are both wonderful - beautiful voices, great facility and musicianship and superb Bach interpreters. The orchestra sounds great, and the cellist, oboist, and organist can be praised for their crucial contributions to the whole. The conductor gives the solo instruments and singers the ideal support and tempi. (With one exception which I found a bit too fast - but that's just my personal issue. I would have found it difficult to breathe at that tempo.)All in all, I heartily recommend this CD and commend Hilary Hahn for coming up with the idea.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 29 de abril de 2016
Por william j tate - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
ok
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Four Stars 25 de marzo de 2015
Por Don Kim - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
GOOD!!!


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