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Sämtliche Kantaten Vol.51 [Hybrid SACD]

Blazikova , Guillon , Genz , Kooij , Suzuki , et al. Audio CD
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'Even by the standards of Masaaki Suzuki's continuing cantata series... this is an outstanding release.' --Nicholas Kenyon, The Guardian

'I've found this an especially rewarding release... absolutely thrilling... the sense of dynamic and textural contrast added to the music makes for compelling listening... [Meanwhile], The Bach Collegium of Japan are on fine form here... one is utterly convinced [by their] uplifting singing... This is one of Bach's secret masterpieces, known only to those who penetrate the furthest reaches of his non-liturgical cantatas. Here's the perfect volume to do just that. Highly recommended.' --Simon Hughes, IRR - Nov. '12

'Suzuki out-fizzes John Eliot Gardiner in the opening movement [of BWV 192, while] two astonishingly elaborate and inventive wedding cantatas frame the disc... with consummate aplomb... Suzuki's customary transparent springiness, sensitivity and almost feline gracefulness ensure a trousseau of sophisticated delights'. Performance ****; Recording ***** --Paul Riley, BBC Music Magazine - Dec.'12

'Suzuki accords these works the same level of respect as Bach did, consistently striking the right balance between either joyous celebration or sober reflection and a controlled dignity proper to the occasions they adorned. His choir and orchestra perform lovingly as ever, phrasing with profound taste and intelligence, and benefitting from sound and balanced judged to perfection.' --Gramophone, February 2013, Lindsay Kemp

'Suzuki out-fizzes John Eliot Gardiner in the opening movement [of BWV 192, while] two astonishingly elaborate and inventive wedding cantatas frame the disc... with consummate aplomb... Suzuki's customary transparent springiness, sensitivity and almost feline gracefulness ensure a trousseau of sophisticated delights'. Performance ****; Recording ***** --Paul Riley, BBC Music Magazine - Dec.'12

Kurzbeschreibung

Bach Collegium Japan and Masaaki Suzuki return to their cantatas cycle with four cantatas composed for specific events. These sacred occasional pieces are independent works and did not form part of his cantata cycles for the Sundays and feast days of the church year. Two of cantatas (BWV 195 and BWV 120a) were intended for wedding ceremonies, and one for a funeral (Ich lasse dich nicht BWV 157), but the setting for the fourth piece, Nun danket alle Gott, BWV 192, is unknown. The cycle of cantatas initiated by Masaaki Suzuki and Bach Collegium Japan in 1995 is nearing completion, with four volumes to come. Volume 50 was acclaimed by reviewers who praised the continued high quality of interpretation and performance.
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