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C.P.E. Bach - Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu

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1. [Erster Teil] Einleitung
2. Chorus: Gott du wirst
3. Recitative: Judaa zittert
4. Aria: Mein Geist voll Furcht und Freuden
5. Chorus: Triumph! Triumph!
6. Recitative: Die frommen Tochter
7. Aria: Wie bang hat dich mein Lied beweint
8. Recitative: Wer ist die Sionitin
9. Duet: Vater deiner schwachen Kinder
10. Recitative: Freundinnen Jesu
11. Aria: Ich folge dir
12. Chorus: Tod! Wo ist dein Stachel?
13. [Zweiter Teil] Einleitung
14. Recitative: Dort seh' ich aus den Toren Jerusalems
15. Aria: Willkommen, Heiland
16. Chorus: Triumph! Triumph!
17. Recitative: Elf auserwahlte Junger
18. Aria: Mein Herr, mein Gott
19. Chorus: Triumph! Triumph!
20. Recitative: Auf einem Hugel
21. Aria: Ihr Tore Gottes
22. Chorus: Gott fahret auf mit Jauchzen

Uta Schwabe: soprano
Christoph Genz: tenor
Stephan Genz: bass

La Petite Bande
Sigiswald Kuijken – director
Ex Tempore

 

After enduring almost 30 years at the court of Frederick the Great in Berlin as an underling, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, the most inspired of JS Bach's sons, succeeded his godfather, Telemann, as director of music in Hamburg. There he took on a new life, writing not only highly original symphonies and concertos, but three superb oratorios, of which this is the last and, as he thought himself, the finest - given a masterly performance here under Sigiswald Kuijken.

The 22 sections present the Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus in a vigorously dramatic way. So the opening recitative is punctuated by violent timpani, and the theme of triumph recurs in a powerful chorus, while the baritone soloist echoes that theme in one of his brilliant arias.

Striking obbligatos for high baroque trumpet, horn and bassoon colour the arias, while the work's centrepiece is an ecstatic lyrical duet, a plea for forgiveness, with soprano and tenor lines interweaving in heavenly harmony. ---Edward Greenfield, guardian.co.uk

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