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Psalm 51 BWV 1083 - Details and Recordings

Psalm 51 BWV 1083 - Details and Recordings

J. S. Bach, Fugues from the Well-tempered Clavier II, arranged for string quartet by W.A. Mozart, K 405, c. 1782 G. B. Pergolesi, Stabat Mater in F minor, arranged by J. S. Bach on the text of Psalm 51: 'Tilge, Höchster, meine Sünden', BWV 1083, c. 1746 Rachel Elliott: soprano Sally Bruce-Payne: alto Nicolette Moonen: violin Rodolfo Richter: violin Huw Daniel: violin Sophie Barber: violin Anne Schumann: viola Alison McGillivray: cello Elizabeth Bradley: double bass Pawel Siwczak: organ "The performance is a delight from start to finish. All too often this music is spoilt by the uneven results and almost invariable rivalry stemming from the partnership of a soprano with a counter-tenor. Neither Rachel Elliott nor Sally Bruce-Payne is over-assertive or over-eager to take centre stage, much preferring to preserve the penitential context of the piece and the ethereal beauty of the music ... In short, no rival version that I have heard on disc, and there are several, matches this one. Well-judged tempos and an ideal recorded sound set the seal on a particularly satisfying issue. To hell with the credit crunch, go and buy it, at once." Nicholas Anderson, International Record Review, February 2009 Songs: 1. Fugue from WTC II arranged for string quartet by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart K405 No1 in C Minor (BWV871) (JS Bach) 2. Fugue from WTC II arranged for string quartet by WA Mozart K405 No5 in D Minor (BWV874) (Johann Sebastian Bach) 3. Fugue from WTC II arranged for string quartet by WA Mozart K405 No2 in E Flat Major (BWV876) (Johann Sebastian Bach) 4. Fugue from WTC II arranged for string quartet by WA Mozart K405 No4 in D Minor (BWV877) (Johann Sebastian Bach) 5. Fugue from WTC II arranged for string quartet by WA Mozart K405 No3 in E Major (BWV878) (Johann Sebastian Bach) 6. Stabat Mater in F Minor arranged by JS Bach BWV 1083 I 'Tilge Hochster meine Sunden' (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi) 7. Stabat Mater in F Minor arranged by S Bach BWV 1083 II 'Ist mein Herz in Missetaten' (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi) 8. Stabat Mater in F Minor arranged by JS Bach BWV 1083 III 'Missetaten die mich drucken' (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi) 9. Stabat Mater in F Minor arranged by JS Bach BWV 1083 IV 'Dich erzurnt mein Tun und Lassen' (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi) 10. Stabat Mater in F Minor arranged by JS Bach BWV 1083 V 'Wer wird seine Schuld verneinen' (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi) 11. Stabat Mater in F Minor arranged by JS Bach BWV 1083 VI 'Sieh ich bin In Sund empfangen' (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi) 12. Stabat Mater in F Minor arranged by JS Bach BWV 1083 VII 'Sieh du willst die Wahrheit haben' (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi) 13. Stabat Mater in F Minor arranged by JS Bach BWV 1083 VIII 'Wasche mich doch rein von Sunden' (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi) 14. Stabat Mater in F Minor arranged by JS Bach BWV 1083 IX 'Lass mich Freud und Wonne spuren' (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi) 15. Stabat Mater in F Minor arranged by JS Bach BWV 1083 X 'Schaue nicht auf meine Sunden' (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi) 16. Stabat Mater in F Minor arranged by Johann Sebastian Bach BWV 1083 XI 'Offne Lippen Mund und Seele' 17. Stabat Mater in F Minor arranged by JS Bach BWV 1083 XII 'Denn du willst kein Opfer haben' (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi) 18. Stabat Mater in F Minor arranged by JS Bach BWV 1083 XIII 'Lass dein Zion bluhend dauern' (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi) 19. Stabat Mater in F Minor arranged by JS Bach BWV 1083 XIV 'Amen' (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi) 20. Fugue from WTC II arranged for string quartet in A Minor (G Minor BWV 885) (Johann Sebastian Bach) 21. Fugue from WTC II arranged for string quartet in G Major (A Flat Major BWV 886) (Johann Sebastian Bach) 22. Fugue from WTC II arranged for string quartet in C Minor (B Flat Minor BWV 891) (Johann Sebastian Bach) 23. Fugue from WTC II arranged for string quartet in C Major (B Major BWV 892) (Johann Sebastian Bach) Listen to: the entire album. License Baroque instrumental and vocal gems by The Bach Players for your project. Play the music of The Bach Players in your restaurant or store. Release date: 9/17/2011 The Bach Players lives in London England Tagged as: Classical, Baroque, Classical Period, Classical Singing, Cello, Composer: Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Organ, Violin Recommended albums:An Evening With Bach by Voices of Music: Lilting Renaissance & Baroque vocal interpretations Courante by Edward Martin and Thomas Walker: French lute duets that represent the pinnacle of the High BaroqueCantica by La Reverie: Recreating traditional music from a modern perspectiveChristmas Music by Magnatune Compilation: the best music from MagnatuneAncient Mosaic with Guitar by La Reverie: Recreating traditional music from a modern perspectiveThe Fantastics by Music of the Spheres: small Baroque chamber ensembleA Spagna in the Works by Alison Crum and Roy Marks: Ethereal, enigmatic and exhilarating renaissance miniature masterpieces for viol and luteIn thy Dormition thou didst not forsake the World, (O Theotokos) by Putinki Church Choir: clear calm voices of spiritual musicMozart Klavier Trios by Streicher Trio: classical chamber music on period instrumentsItalian Music of the 17th Century by Altri Stromenti: 17th century baroque ensembleJS Bach Violin Sonatas by Voices of Music: Lilting Renaissance & Baroque vocal interpretations The Chinese Four Seasons and the Korean Four Seasons by Vito Paternoster: cellist extraordinaireJS Bach Six Motets BWV 225-230 by Bach Collegium San Diego: Bach, historically informed, vibrantly performedArmato Il Cor by Poeticall Musicke: Late Renaissance and Early Baroque music, historically performedIn a Garden So Green, Lute Music of Scotland by Voices of Music: Lilting Renaissance & Baroque vocal interpretations A Christmas with Magnatune by Magnatune Compilation: the best music from MagnatuneThe Once and Future Harp by Cheryl Ann Fulton: Genuine Harp Virtuosa - Medieval, Welsh Triple and Celtic HarpsBach and Telemann - Sonatas, Preludes and Fantasias by Voices of Music: Lilting Renaissance & Baroque vocal interpretations Vivaldi - The Four Seasons by Lara St John: Bach violin concertosThe Glass Desert by Harlan Williams: beautiful dark and airy guitar compositions Downloads: MP3: High quality MP3 variable-bit-rate files. 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