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  • CD (14 juin 2007)
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  • Label: Soli Deo Gloria
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Le pèlerinage Bach se poursuit.Avec ce deuxième volume paru en 2007, le pèlerinage des cantates de Bach se poursuit à Arnstadt, où en 1703 le jeune Bach (18 ans) est engagé comme organiste de la Neue Kirche.C'est l'occasion d'entendre celle que l'on considère désormais comme la première cantate d'Eglise composée par le Cantor, Nach dir, Herr, verlanget mich BWV 150. L'atmosphère est tout autre dans la cantate BWV 67 Halt im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ, riche d'une énergie rythmée et très novatrice. Les trois autres cantates sont inspirées du Psaume 33.Les musiciens et chanteurs de Gardiner sont totalement investis dans l'oeuvre, comme sans doute peu d'artistes l'ont été depuis l'époque de Bach. Gramophone

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Anothe Magnificent Volume in a Landmark Series 6 novembre 2013
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As of this purchase, I have 23 of the 28 volumes of the complete set, and although I have not provided a review for some time, I mentiom here that this series continues to astound and and impress me with not only the beauty of some of Bach's "lesser known" works, but of the nearly flawless performances by Maestro Gardiner and his soloists and ensembles. In my opinion - and I emphasize "opinion", because all judgements of musical performances are subjective - there is simply not a better set of Bach Cantatas available on the market. I have sampled the AAM, Koopman, and Suzuki recordings, and although these are also fine representations of the music, they do not "speak" to me the way that the JEG recordings do. But if you are interested in making the substantial investment of a complete Bach Cantata cycle, I urge you to listen to the others and judge for yourself. For me the decision was clear after only a short examination.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 REPETITIOUS 9 juillet 2007
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I know that my reviews to John Elliot Gardiner's "Bach Pilgrimage" are becoming repetitious; however, they do reflect my most positive (so far) reactions to these fine recordings. The recordings, thus far, have been so very splendid that I look forward, with keen anticipation, to each new release. I really had not planned (at an age that is considered to be "senior citizen") to get launched on yet another complete Bach Cantata series (I own others); so much for preconceived resolutions. From the very first release I became "hooked". So here I am looking forward to and enjoying each new release. Volume 23 (the 12th release) is no exception because it is also very splendid indeed! Again JS' music, on this 2 disc release, is glorious with Gardiner and The Monteverdi Chorus and The English Baroque Soloist, playing on "original instruments" performing marvelously.

Volume 23 is filled with some wonderful choruses and with some glorious instrumental writing by J.S. Bach. Listen to the opening chorus of cantata" Halt im Gedachtnis" on the first disc and the first chorus of the cantata "Der Herr ist Mein" on the second disc--glorious! The Sinfonias used at the beginnings of the cantatas of BMW 150 AND 42 are great. The soloist through out the entire recording are great too.

Alto Daniel Taylor is sublime in his very beautiful aria in the first disc from cantata "Am Abend aber disselbigen". On the second disc the tenor soloist wonderfully displays his vocal technique in his arias from the cantatas "Du Hirte Israel" and Ich bin ein gutter". I loved the trio between the alto tenor and bass in the cantata BMW 150.

This 12th release (volume 23)is marvelous because it finds JS at his compositional peak and Gardiner and his forces at their very best!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 MASS-PRODUCED MIRACLES 4 juillet 2007
Par DAVID BRYSON - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Gardiner's series of the Bach cantatas is a sort of pilgrimage. The performers are following JSB around the modest circuit of his own life and career and performing in his honour the masterpieces that he had churned out without fail for the successive Sundays of the Lutheran calendar. Nothing in the entire history of music that I know quite matches this astounding output. Sunday after Sunday he had composed and rehearsed works that would have made other composers illustrious if they had taken years to produce them, works radiant with his unquenchable faith in salvation, works of unmatchable professionalism and finish, and works evincing an infinite musical talent that does more than all his scriptures do for me to suggest the presence of something beyond what the rational mind can comprehend.

There are seven cantatas in this 2-disc set, one (the earliest of all the cantatas) for an unknown feast, three for `Low Sunday' as the Catholic communion knows the Sunday after Easter, and the balance for the following Sunday. In my own experience, they are not among the best-known of the cantatas. Nothing in them has the wide popularity of Jesu Joy or Sheep May Safely Graze; and I suspect that nothing in them enjoys the celebrity among connoisseurs of, say, Schlummert ein from cantata 82 or Wir eilen from cantata 78. I would say to that simply -- just hear this collection a couple of times and you will find yourself enjoying inspiration of an order equal to any of those more celebrated pieces. Gardiner and his colleagues understand fully what they are taking on here - for this composer and these compositions anything less than the very best they can do would be an affront. I have no real fault to find with anything they do here. The direction is insightful and deeply sympathetic, and I like the four vocal soloists without exception. In particular the counter-tenor Daniel Taylor has a pure and unaffected tone that comes as a great relief after one has endured certain other singers of this type. The choir and the instrumentalists are established and accomplished experts, and after I started by regretting that the solo violin at one point did not have the gorgeous tone of his or her counterpart at Erbarme dich in my beloved old Muenchinger set of the St Matthew Passion I came round to the view that in the context of the more severe style adopted here such a tone would have been a concession to my own sentimentality and decadence.

The recordings are from the millennium year 2000, which was also the 250th anniversary of Bach's death. Like their artistic counterparts the technical personnel have demanded the highest standards of themselves, and I found the sound at all points both easy on the ear and suitable to the style and scale of the music. Gardiner himself contributes a lengthy and highly personal essay with a strong emphasis on the reactions that this great music evokes from him as an individual, as well as providing insights into the issues of interpretation that he had to resolve. Such were the circumstances of this musical journey that he was under constant pressure of time. He says modestly that he has not aimed at any definitive set of renderings, and I hope he thinks better of us his music-loving public than to expect us to look for that from him or from anyone in music like this.

The set is attractively packaged as a kind of book, and I would only counsel care in extracting the discs, as this is tricky to do without touching the surfaces. Be careful about that: this is sacred music in more senses than one.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 HIPster Wars - News from the Bach Front - Communiqué 29 3 avril 2012
Par Bernard Michael O'Hanlon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is not a collection to which I will return readily though its near-excellence should be acknowledged.

First to an overarching point: it's just as wrong to say that every opera Mozart wrote is a masterpiece as it is to claim that every cantata that stemmed from the pen of Johann Sebastian Bach lays claim on our attention. Volume 23 lacks a haymaker of the order of BWV 63 (contained in Volume 18). For instance, the opening cantata `Nach dir, Herr, verlanget mich' (BWV 150) fails to make aN impression, the sheer beauty of `Leite mich in deiner Wahrheit' notwithstanding. The three works on the second disc are sturdy, refulgent representatives of Bach's craft without being masterpieces. IMO, the best work here is clearly am Abend aber desselbigen Sabbats BWV 42 with its heavenly aria for Alto `wo zwei und drei versammlet sind'. As performed here, it is twelve minutes of pure bliss.

Jeggy is in fine form here (he is clearly switched on for BWV 42). The Monteverdi Choir sing with finesse and animation. None of the soloists is a comet but they add lustre to proceedings (Daniel Taylor is listenable enough as a counter-tenor but how one longs to hear the likes of Janet Baker or Christa Ludwig in the aria above). The main caveat, as always, is the strings of the English Baroque Soloists. Once they start scratching away - just listen to the Sinfonia of the first track - one reaches for the flea-powder. Jeggy underwrote this venture so he was never going to fly around vast cohorts at his expense; not only are they monstered by a mere oboe but one's enjoyment of this survey is militated by their vibrato-less twang and acidic timbre. What will happen to these poor devils once Jeggy passes on? It could be the pullet equivalent of the elephants' graveyard.

All in all, this is a fine enough collection.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The pilgramage continues... 18 juin 2007
Par Vegan Daddy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Gardiner continues with his Bach cantata pilgramage releasing the 2CD set, Volume 23, containing the following cantatas (with BWV numbering):

Cantatas for the First Sunday after Easter

BWV 150 - Nach dir, Herr, verlanget mich
BWV 67 - Halt im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ
BWV 42 - Am Abend aber desselbigen Sabbats
BWV 158 - Der Friede sei mit dir

Cantatas for the Second Sunday after Easter

BWV 104 - Du Hirte Israel, höre
BWV 85 - Ich bin ein guter Hirt
BWV 112 - Der Herr ist mein getreuer Hirt

The following vocal soloists appear on this set: Katharine Fuge (soprano), Gillian Keith (soprano), Daniel Taylor (countertenor), William Towers (countertenor), Charles Daniels (tenor), Norbert Meyn (tenor), Stephen Varcoe (baritone).

Happy pilgramage!
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