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J.S. Bach's Cantata "Eine Feste Burg Ist Unser Gott" - BWV 80
J.S. Bach's Cantata "Eine Feste Burg Ist Unser Gott" - BWV 80 Bach's Cantata "Ein Feste Burg Ist Unser Gott" (A Mighty Fortress is Our God), performed by the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, conducted by Ton Koopman.
Telemann - Cantata "Seele, lerne dich erkennen" TWV1:1258
Telemann - Cantata "Seele, lerne dich erkennen" TWV1:1258 GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN (1681-1767) Cantata "Seele, lerne dich erkennen" for soprano, recorder, and basso continuo TWV1:1258 1. Air - "Seele, lerne dich erkennen" 2. Recitative - "Ein Vogelchen, dem noch die Glieder zu zart und weich" 3. Air - "So will ich dich mit Freuden kussen" Performed by Ensemble Caprice Featuring Monika Mauch Directed by Matthias Maute
Telemann - "Canary" Cantata - Fischer-Dieskau Pt 1 of 3
Telemann - "Canary" Cantata - Fischer-Dieskau Pt 1 of 3 This is a tragic-comic cantata on the killing of a pet canary by a cat. A heartfelt lament. Telemanns Cantata oder Trauer-Music eines kunsterfahrenen Canarienvogels, als derselbe zum grössten Leidwesen seines Herrn Possessoris verstorben (Cantata or Funeral Music for an Artistically Trained Canary-Bird Whose Demise Brought the Greatest Sorrow to his Master) — the Canary Cantata — was composed around 1737, probably as a personal favor or on a commission from a now-forgotten Hamburg pet lover; the author of the text is unknown. The work is generally viewed as an ironic and mock-serious cat-that-got-the-canary tale, but the touching lament of the last aria (My canary, good night!) and the closing lines of the final recitative — which uses a low German dialect given a surprisingly vehement setting — indicate a deeper sentiment in the music that reflects the loss of even this tiny life. It is worth noting that included in the intrumental ensemble is Fischer-Dieskau's first wife, the cellist Irmgard Poppen, who died in childbirth in 1963. Uploading this in three parts. When originally uploaded I had only the English translation. Someone has kindly written down the German text of this cantata for me, which I have now added to my comments. My heartfelt thanks to You Tube user Frerki for taking the time to do this. Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) Trauer-Musik eines kunsterfahrenen Kanarien-Vogels (Funeral Music for an Artistically Trained Canary-Bird ) Part 1 Arie O weh, mein ...
Tchaikovsky's Andante Cantabile-Eugene Ormandy, Conductor
Tchaikovsky's Andante Cantabile-Eugene Ormandy, Conductor Best rendition of Tchaikovsky's Andante Cantabile that hits emotional paydirt IMO. It's string quartet number one. The two violin cressendo's sets this rendition apart from all others delivering a much more emotional response similar to a movie score. As someone not much of a classical music fan, this one got me interested.
Classical Guitar "Andante Cantabile"
Classical Guitar "Andante Cantabile" Andante Cantabile played by Hannah on the classical guitar.
Telemann - "Canary" Cantata - Fischer-Dieskau Pt 3 of 3
Telemann - "Canary" Cantata - Fischer-Dieskau Pt 3 of 3 This is a tragic-comic cantata on the killing of a canary by a cat. A heartfelt lament. Telemanns Cantata oder Trauer-Music eines kunsterfahrenen Canarienvogels, als derselbe zum grössten Leidwesen seines Herrn Possessoris verstorben (Cantata or Funeral Music for an Artistically Trained Canary-Bird Whose Demise Brought the Greatest Sorrow to his Master) — the Canary Cantata — was composed around 1737, probably as a personal favor or on a commission from a now-forgotten Hamburg pet lover; the author of the text is unknown. The work is generally viewed as an ironic and mock-serious cat-that-got-the-canary tale, but the touching lament of the last aria (My canary, good night!) and the closing lines of the final recitative — which uses a low German dialect given a surprisingly vehement setting — indicate a deeper sentiment in the music that reflects the loss of even this tiny life. It is worth noting that included in the intrumental ensemble is Fischer-Dieskau's first wife, the cellist Irmgard Poppen, who died in childbirth in 1963. Uploading this in three parts. When originally uploaded I had only the English translation. Someone has kindly written down the German text of this cantata for me, which I have now added to my comments. My heartfelt thanks to You Tube user Frerki for taking the time to do this. Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) Trauer-Musik eines kunsterfahrenen Kanarien-Vogels (Funeral Music for an Artistically Trained Canary-Bird ) Part 3 Rezitativ Allein, was ...
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring from Cantata No. 147 - J.S. Bach
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring from Cantata No. 147 - J.S. Bach Audio only - Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring from Bach's Cantata No. 147, "Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben", performed by Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields and Choir of King's College, Cambridge.
Bach: Coffee Cantata, Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht, BWV 211, Part
Bach: Coffee Cantata, Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht, BWV 211, Part Thomas Crawford, Music Director and Founder American Classical Orchestra Wednesday, February 24, 2010 8 pm Church of the Blessed Sacrament Music of JS Bach 16 8 5 -175 0 Cantata: Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht, BWV 211, Coffee Cantata libretto by Christian Friedrich Henrici Kristen Hahn - Soprano, Steven Moore - Baritone, Alex Guerrero - Tenor The recording of the February 24, 2010 "All Bach Program" was made possible in part with public funds from the Fund for Creative Communities, supported by the New York State Council on the Arts and administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
Bach's Cantata No. 115 - "Bete Aber Auch Dabei"
Bach's Cantata No. 115 - "Bete Aber Auch Dabei" Vocal performance of Aria from Cantata No. 115 by J.S. Bach.
Fritz Kreisler plays Andante Cantabile
Fritz Kreisler plays Andante Cantabile Here is a recording of Fritz Kreisler playing his arrangement of Andante Cantabile, from Tchaikovsky's String Quartet No.1. It was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in 1938. Franz Rupp is at the piano. (Add &fmt=18 for better resolution)
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