Bach: Latin Church Music, Vol. 1 - Bogna Bartosz (alto); Caroline Stam (soprano); Deborah York (soprano); Elisabeth von Magnus (soprano); Gerd Türk (tenor);...
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  1. Mass for 3 voices, chorus, orchestra & continuo in F major, BWV 233 (BC E6)
  2. Mass for 3 voices, chorus, 2 oboes, strings & continuo in G minor, BWV 235 (BC E5)
  3. Magnificat, for 5 voices, 5-part chorus, orchestra & continuo in D major, BWV 243 (BC E14)
  4. Mass for 3 voices, chorus, 2 flutes, strings & continuo in A major, BWV 234 (BC E3)
  5. Cantata No. 191, "Gloria in excelsis Deo," BWV 191 (BC E16)
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  1. Mass for 3 voices, chorus, orchestra & continuo in F major, BWV 233 (BC E6)
  2. Mass for 3 voices, chorus, 2 oboes, strings & continuo in G minor, BWV 235 (BC E5)
  3. Magnificat, for 5 voices, 5-part chorus, orchestra & continuo in D major, BWV 243 (BC E14)
  4. Mass for 3 voices, chorus, 2 flutes, strings & continuo in A major, BWV 234 (BC E3)
  5. Cantata No. 191, "Gloria in excelsis Deo," BWV 191 (BC E16)
  6. Mass for 4 voices, chorus, 2 oboes, strings & continuo in G major, BWV 236 (BC E4)
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Why did Bach, a German Lutheran composer, write Latin church music? The churches for which he wrote music used Latin settings on certain major holidays and feast days. But there was another reason: Bach was a practical man, and music suited to the needs of the Catholic court of the Elector of Saxony in Dresden could (and in several cases did) do double duty. It makes sense to approach this distinctive aspect of Bach's output as a unit, and such is the aim of this double-disc set by Dutch historical-instrument specialist Ton ...

Bach: Latin Church Music, Vol. 1 2008, Challenge Classics

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