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MATTHAUS PASSION

BACH, J.S.

Karina Gauvin, Gerhild Romberger, Julian Pregardien, Maximilian Schmitt, Michael Nagy, Karl-Magnus Fredriksson & Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Regensburger Domspatzen, Concerto Koln, Peter Dijkstra

DVD   2 disc(s)   01-04-2014
Classical | Choral Music

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Extra info: CHOR DES BAYERISCHEN RUNDFUNKS/CONCERTO KOLN/DIJKSTRA
Dirigent: PETER DIJKSTRA
Maatschappij: Outhere
Label: BR KLASSIK
Barcode: 4035719005097
Artikelcode: P44632
Suffix - prefix: 900509
Orkest: CHOR DES BAYERISCHEN RUNDFUNKS
Talen: German 
Geluid: PCM STEREO 
DOLBY DIGITAL 5.0 
DTS 
Speelduur: 117 minuten

Live-Recording, Munich, Herkulessaal der Residenz, 16./17.02.2013

Karina Gauvin, Gerhild Romberger, Julian Prégardien, Maximilian Schmitt, Michael Nagy, Karl-Magnus Fredriksson & Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Regensburger Domspatzen, Concerto Köln, Peter Dijkstra

Op deze dvd vinden we de gehele live opgenomen Matthäus van Bach onder leiding van Peter Dijkstra. De opname wordt af en toe begeleid door mooi uitgekozen afbeeldingen en/of details van schilderijen.

To follow the Christmas Oratorio, the Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks under its artistic director Peter Dijkstra again present a major work by Johann Sebastian Bach, in a live recording on CD and DVD: the St. Matthew Passion. The choir's instrumental partner is the renowned period instrument group Concerto Köln, who can already be heard together with the choir on several BR-KLASSIK CDs. (Händel: Israel in Egypt, Dixit Dominus; Bach: Magnificat). Bach's epoch-making St. Matthew's Passion can be heard in historically informed performance practice with the renowned Bach singer Julian Prégardien, the Regensburger Domspatzen and further well-known soloists. The DVD edition of this live recording from Munich's Herkulessaal features highly atmospheric lighting effects.

Bach, J S:
St Matthew Passion, BWV244

"The soloists are led by the superb Julian Pregardien...His pacing of the text is exemplary...As Jesus, Karl-Magnus Fredriksson is no victim: he is firm, forthright, with a bass-like solidity."
Gramophone Magazine - July 2014