Bach: Lutheran Masses, Vol. 1 - Gerd Türk (tenor); Hana Blaziková (soprano); Joanne Lunn (soprano); Masamitsu San'nomiya (oboe d'amore);...
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  1. Mass for 3 voices, chorus, 2 oboes, strings & continuo in G minor, BWV 235 (BC E5)
  2. Mass for 4 voices, chorus, 2 oboes, strings & continuo in G major, BWV 236 (BC E4)
  3. Sanctus, for chorus, 2 oboes, strings & continuo in G major (doubtful), BWV 240
  4. Sanctus, arranged for double chorus, 2 oboes d'amore, bassoon, strings & continuo in D major (after Kerll), BWV 241 (BC E17)
  5. Mass for chorus, 3 trombones, strings & continuo in C minor (partly by F. Durante & J. L. Bach), BWV Anh. 26: Kyrie 1
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  1. Mass for 3 voices, chorus, 2 oboes, strings & continuo in G minor, BWV 235 (BC E5)
  2. Mass for 4 voices, chorus, 2 oboes, strings & continuo in G major, BWV 236 (BC E4)
  3. Sanctus, for chorus, 2 oboes, strings & continuo in G major (doubtful), BWV 240
  4. Sanctus, arranged for double chorus, 2 oboes d'amore, bassoon, strings & continuo in D major (after Kerll), BWV 241 (BC E17)
  5. Mass for chorus, 3 trombones, strings & continuo in C minor (partly by F. Durante & J. L. Bach), BWV Anh. 26: Kyrie 1
  6. Christe eleison, for 2 female voices & continuo in G minor, BWV 242 (BC E8)
  7. Mass for chorus, 3 trombones, strings & continuo in C minor (partly by F. Durante & J. L. Bach), BWV Anh. 26: Kyrie 2
  8. Sanctus, arranged for chorus, cornet, strings & continuo in D major (after an unknown work), BWV 238 (BC E12)
  9. Sanctus, for chorus, 3 trumpets, timpani, 2 oboes, strings & continuo in C major, BWV 237 (BC E10)
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Fans of Japanese conductor Masaaki Suzuki's Bach cantata recordings on BIS with his Bach Collegium Japan will be pleased to see that his engagement with Bach is continuing with other works. He makes a good choice to begin this new phase with the so-called Lutheran masses, which are comparatively neglected works. The term might sound like an oxymoron, but in fact in Bach's time German and Latin liturgies were both used, with the choice depending on the place (Leipzig favored Latin music) as well as on the level of pomp ...

Bach: Lutheran Masses, Vol. 1 2015, BIS

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