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  • Audio CD (October 9, 2007)
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: SDG
  • ASIN: B000VR0548
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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1. Singet Dem Herrn Ein Neues Lied
2. 1. Sinfonia
3. 2. Aria: Bass Tritt Auf Die Glaubensbahn
4. 3. Recitativo: Bass Der Heiland Ist Gesetzt
5. 4. Aria: Sopran Stein, Der Uber Alle Schatze
6. 5. Recitativo: Bass Es Argre Sich Die Kluge Welt
7. 6. Duetto: Soprano, Bass Wie Soll Ich Dich, Liebster Der Seelen, Umfassen?
8. 1. Coro (Chorale) Das Neugeborne Kindelein
9. 2. Aria: Bass O Menschen, Die Ihr Taglich Sundigt
10. 3. Recitativo: Sopran Die Engel, Welche Sich Zuvor
11. 4. Terzetto Con Choral Ist Got Versohnt Und Unser Freund
12. 5. Recitativo: Bass Dies Ist Ein Tag
13. 6. Choral Es Bringt Das Rechte Jubeljahr
14. 1. Aria: Sopran Gottlob! Nun Geht Das Jahr Zu Ende
15. 2. Coro (Chorale) Nun Lob, Mein Seel, Den Herren
16. 3. Recitativo Ed Arioso: Bass So Spricht Der Herr
17. 4. Recitativo: Tenor Gott Ist Ein Quell
18. 5. Aria (Duetto): Alt, Tenor Gott Hat Uns Im Heurigen Jahre Gesegnet
19. 6. Choral All Solch Dein Gut Wir Preisen
20. 1. Coro Singet Dem Herrn Ein Neues Lied!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Teemacs on November 4, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I've been waiting for this one since I saw the great final chorus of BWV190 on the Gardiner canata DVD, and now it's here. It doesn't disappoint. BWV190 "Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied", for the New Year, sometimes gets a miss, because the first two movements are always reconstructions (only the choral parts and some instrumental parts have survived). However, the reconstructed orchestration sounds great and in character with the whole thing. You also get the motet of the same name, plus three other short cantatas, all one one CD.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By DAVID BRYSON VINE VOICE on July 7, 2008
Format: Audio CD
The pilgrimage is now over. John Eliot Gardiner and his associates have chosen New York for the final concerts of this fine series in which they have performed all Bach's surviving church cantatas on the liturgical dates for which the composer intended them. As usual, there is a long and eloquent essay, from a sort of project log, by the conductor plus a short personal statement by one of the performers. Gardiner is as eloquent and illuminating as ever, and I had to wince slightly when he gave his reason for preferring New York to anywhere in England as the scene of his grand finale.

All the discs that I have so far acquired out of this series have been outstanding in point of quality, but this issue provides exceptional value in terms of quantity as well. No fewer than five works have been accommodated in a single disc, providing 77 minutes' worth of music, and of course what music, among the greatest in the entire world. Four are cantatas, the other is Bach's great motet for double chorus Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied. Four of the works are for the Sunday after Christmas, which will in some years be New Year's Day, and one cantata is for New Year's Day, which of course will in the same years be the Sunday following Christmas. Another aspect of this disc that makes it outstanding even among such companion issues is its variety. One item, as mentioned already, is a motet, one cantata is from 1714 during Bach's Weimar period (and goodness knows how many from that time have since been lost). The others are from his principal period of cantata output, the 1720's, but in the last cantata of this collection Gardiner and his colleagues have actually had to restore the music in part as the extant MS is deficient.
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