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LA Collection: Bach: Cantates

Andreas Scholl, Christophe Coin, Leipzig Concerto Vocale, Limoges Baroque Ensemble

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"... one of the most stimulating discs of newly recorded Bach cantatas to have come my way for some while. Strongly recommended ..."
- Gramophone

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Schmucke dich, o liebe Seele, BWV 180  
1
Chorale. Schmucke dich, o liebe Seele (Chorus)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Andreas Scholl; Christoph Pregardien; Gotthold Schwarz; Leipzig Concerto Vocale; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
6:20
2
Aria. Ermuntre dich: dein Heiland klopft (Tenor)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Andreas Scholl; Christoph Pregardien; Gotthold Schwarz; Leipzig Concerto Vocale; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
4:59
3
Recitative and Chorale. Wie teuer sind des heilgen Mahles Gaben (Soprano)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Andreas Scholl; Christoph Pregardien; Gotthold Schwarz; Leipzig Concerto Vocale; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
2:58
4
Recitative. Mein Herz fuhlt in sich Furcht und Freude (Alto)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Andreas Scholl; Christoph Pregardien; Gotthold Schwarz; Leipzig Concerto Vocale; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
1:21
5
Aria. Lebens Sonne, Licht der Sinnen (Soprano)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Andreas Scholl; Christoph Pregardien; Gotthold Schwarz; Leipzig Concerto Vocale; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
4:08
6
Recitative. Herr, lass an mir dein treues Lieben (Bass)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Andreas Scholl; Christoph Pregardien; Gotthold Schwarz; Leipzig Concerto Vocale; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
1:03
7
Chorale. Jesu, wahres Brot des Lebens (Chorus)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Andreas Scholl; Christoph Pregardien; Gotthold Schwarz; Leipzig Concerto Vocale; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
1:23
Ich geh und suche mit Verlangen, BWV 49  
8
Sinfonia
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Gotthold Schwarz; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
6:47
9
Aria. Ich geh und suche mit Verlangen (Bass)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Gotthold Schwarz; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
5:31
10
Recitative. Mein Mahl ist zubereit (Bass, Soprano)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Gotthold Schwarz; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
1:49
11
Aria. Ich bin herrlich, ich bin schon (Soprano)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Gotthold Schwarz; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
4:40
12
Recitative. Mein Glaube hat mich selbst so angezogen (Soprano, Bass)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Gotthold Schwarz; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
1:30
13
Aria and Chorale. Dich hab ich je und je geliebet (Soprano, Bass)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Gotthold Schwarz; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
4:43
Mache dich, mein Geist, bereit, BWV 115  
14
Mache dich, mein Geist, bereit (Chorus)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Andreas Scholl; Christoph Pregardien; Leipzig Concerto Vocale; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
4:07
15
Aria. Ach schlafrige Seele (Alto)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Andreas Scholl; Christoph Pregardien; Leipzig Concerto Vocale; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
9:28
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Recitative. Gott, so vor deine Seele wacht (Alto)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Andreas Scholl; Christoph Pregardien; Leipzig Concerto Vocale; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
1:14
17
Aria. Bete aber auch dabei (Soprano)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Andreas Scholl; Christoph Pregardien; Leipzig Concerto Vocale; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
6:48
18
Recitative. Er sehnet sich nach unserm Schreien (Tenor)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Andreas Scholl; Christoph Pregardien; Leipzig Concerto Vocale; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
0:51
19
Chorale. Drum so lasst uns immerdar (Chorus)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Barbara Schlick; Andreas Scholl; Christoph Pregardien; Leipzig Concerto Vocale; Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin
1:01
Total Playing Time    70:41
"The star performer is countertenor Andreas Scholl who sings the alto part impeccably ... a fascinating and often enthralling set."
- MusicWeb International

This award-winning album by the Ensemble Baroque de Limoges with Concerto Vocale Leipzig features three church cantatas, unusually accompanied by a cello which was uncommon, especially in church. In this case it's a five-string piccolo cello, fashionable at the start of the 18th century. Conductor Christophe Coin has for decades been France’s most fervent apostle of the music of the 17th and 18th centuries. It all came together on this 1993 recording: his first love of Baroque music, his quest for authenticity in the interpretation of known and lesser known repertories, his approach to voices and period instruments and his work as a cellist himself, never sacrificed to a career as conductor.
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