Cover J.S. Bach: Consolatio

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Album-Release:
2017

HRA-Release:
16.02.2018

Label: Mirare

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Vocal

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  • Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750): Cantata, BWV 75 "Die Elenden sollen essen", Prima parte:
  • 1I. Chorus. Die Elenden sollen essen04:33
  • 2II. Recitativo. Was hilft des Purpurs Majestät (Bass)00:58
  • 3III. Aria. Mein Jesus soll mein alles sein (Tenor)04:59
  • 4IV. Recitativo. Gott stürzet und erhöhet (Tenor)00:33
  • 5V. Aria. Ich nehme mein Leiden mit Freuden auf mich (Soprano)04:49
  • 6VI. Recitativo. Indes schenkt Gott ein gut Gewissen00:32
  • 7VII. Chorale. Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan01:43
  • Cantata, BWV 75 "Die Elenden sollen essen", Seconda parte:
  • 8VIII. Sinfonia02:18
  • 9IX. Recitativo. Nur eines kränkt ein christliches Gemüte (Alto)00:46
  • 10X. Aria. Jesus macht mich geistlich reich (Alto)02:22
  • 11XI. Recitativo. Wer nur in Jesu bleibt (Bass)00:27
  • 12XII. Aria. Mein Herze glaubt und liebt (Tenor)03:50
  • 13XIII. Recitativo. O Armut, der kein Reichtum gleicht00:33
  • 14XIV. Chorale. Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan01:51
  • Cantata, BWV 22 "Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe":
  • 15I. Concerto. Jesu nahm zu sich die Zwölfe (Tenor, Bass)04:37
  • 16II. Aria. Mein Jesu, ziehe mich nach dir (Alto)04:42
  • 17III. Recitativo. Mein Jesu, ziehe mich, so werd ich laufen (Bass)02:14
  • 18IV. Aria. Mein alles in allem, mein ewiges Gut (Tenor)03:11
  • 19V. Chorale. Ertöt uns durch dein Güte02:05
  • Cantata, BWV 127 "Herr Jesu Christ, wahr’ Mensch und Gott":
  • 20I. Chorus. Herr Jesu Christ, wahr’ Mensch und Gott05:16
  • 21II. Recitativo. Wenn alles sich zur letzten Zeit entsetzet (Tenor)01:14
  • 22III. Aria. Die Seele ruht in Jesu Händen (Soprano)07:40
  • 23IV. Recitativo. Wenn einstens die Posaunen schallen (Bass)03:57
  • 24V. Chorale. Ach Herr, vergib all unsre Schuld00:53
  • Total Runtime01:06:03

Info for J.S. Bach: Consolatio



Here are the first cantatas Bach presented in Leipzig: sinfonia, chorus, chorale, recitative, the most diverse of arias, all stamped with the composer’s eloquence, but also brimming with poetry amid their profound spiritual commentaries. An exceptional artistry is displayed here, prefiguring the sublime musical offerings that the congregation were to hear Sunday after Sunday . . .

Hannah Morrison, soprano
Carlos Mena, alto
Hans-Jorg Mammel, tenor
Mathias Vieweg, bass
Ricercar Consort
Philippe Pierlot, direction



Philippe Pierlot
was born in Liège. After teaching himself the guitar and the lute, he turned to the viola da gamba, which he studied with Wieland Kuijken. He is active in the fields of chamber music, oratorio, and opera, and divides his activities between viola da gamba and conducting. He has edited and revived a number of operas, including Monteverdi’s Il ritorno d’Ulisse (given at the Théâtre de la Monnaie in Brussels, Lincoln Center in New York, the Hebbel-Theater in Berlin, the Melbourne Festival and La Fenice in Venice, among other venues) and the Sémélé of Marin Marais, as well as Bach’s St Mark Passion. With his ensemble Ricercar Consort he records for the French label Mirare. His most recent CDs have been devoted to Purcell’s Fantazias for viols, Bach cantatas, and music for viol by Couperin. Philippe Pierlot is a professor at the Conservatories of Brussels and The Hague.

Ricercar Consort
In 1985 the Ricercar Consort made its first concert tour with Bach’s Musical Offering. The ensemble soon acquired an international reputation, notably in the domain of German Baroque cantatas and instrumental music. It gave many concerts with such singers as Henri Ledroit, Max van Egmond and James Bowman and recorded some fifty discs, among them the complete works of little-known composers like Nikolaus Bruhns and Matthias Weckmann. Today the ensemble is directed by Philippe Pierlot. Alongside large-scale productions such as, in recent years, operas by Provenzale (La Stellidaura), Monteverdi (Il ritorno d’Ulisse) and Telemann (Don Quichotte) and sacred works including Bach’s Passions and cantatas, Handel cantatas and Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, it also performs chamber repertoire focusing essentially on music for consort of viols. In 2006 Les Folles Journées of Nantes, Lisbon and Bilbao invited the Ricercar Consort to perform Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas. The ensemble then accompanied the soprano Céline Scheen to Tokyo to perform Mozart’s Exsultate, jubilate, and gave a Marin Marais programme at the Opéra Royal de Versailles. It returned to the same venue in 2007 to perform motets by Dumont and Charpentier with Collegium Vocale Gent. After appearing at the Brussels Bach Académie 2007 in cantatas by Bruhns, the group went on to record a second volume of early Bach cantatas. Its disc of Bach’s Magnificat and Mass in G minor, released in the autumn of 2009, won the prestigious prize of the Académie Charles Cros the following year.

The Ricercar Consort receives support from the Communauté Française de Belgique. It performs at leading festivals such as Boston, Edinburgh, Utrecht, and Tokyo and Warsaw (Handel opera arias). It recently gave the St John Passion at the Collège des Bernardins in Paris.

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