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Détails sur le produit

  • Compositeur: Johann Sebastian Bach
  • CD (7 novembre 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Harmonia Mundi Classique
  • ASIN : B0000DYMU9
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Kyrie : Kyrie Eleison
  2. Kyrie : Christe Eleison
  3. Kyrie : Kyrie Eleison
  4. Gloria : Gloria In Excelsis Deo
  5. Gloria : Et In Terra Pax
  6. Gloria : Laudamus Te
  7. Gloria : Gratias Agimus Tibi
  8. Gloria : Domine Deus
  9. Gloria : Qui Tollis Peccata Mundi
  10. Gloria : Qui Sedes Ad Dexteram Patris
  11. Gloria : Quoniam Tu Solus Sanctus
  12. Gloria : Cum Sancto Spiritu

Disque : 2

  1. Symbolum Nicenum : Credo In Unum Deum
  2. Symbolum Nicenum : Patrem Omnipotentem
  3. Symbolum Nicenum : Et In Unum Dominum
  4. Symbolum Nicenum : Et Incarnatus Est
  5. Symbolum Nicenum : Crucifixus
  6. Symbolum Nicenum : Et Resurrexit
  7. Symbolum Nicenum : Et In Spiritum Sanctum Dominum
  8. Symbolum Nicenum : Confiteor
  9. Symbolum Nicenum : Et Expecto
  10. Sanctus
  11. Osanna In Excelsis
  12. Benedictus
  13. Osanna In Excelsis
  14. Agnus Dei
  15. Dona Nobis Pacem

Descriptions du produit


La brillance de cette interprétation de la Messe en Si mineur vous surprendra. Sans une once de lourdeur, avec une parfaite maîtrise de la ligne mélodique, le chef allemand impose un chant qui est un modèle de clarté : chaque voix des chœurs est perceptible, tant dans l’espace horizontal que dans la profondeur de votre chaîne hi-fi. La sonorité lumineuse est magnifique car la définition est soignée, mettant en valeur la distribution idéale entre les voix de femmes et celles de garçons. Cette vision énergique et tendue s’impose par son absence de brutalité. Elle nous semble une alternative heureuse aux versions baroques qui ont si souvent focalisé leur approche sur le seul rendu de la spiritualité des climats. --Étienne Bertoli

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Amazon.com: 4.1 étoiles sur 5 11 commentaires
18 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 OVPP, A Winning Practice 12 février 2004
Par R. Gerard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is the fourth recording of the Mass in B minor to utilize the one-voice-per-part (OVPP) theory, and again, it pays of beautifully. While Rifkin, Parrot, and Kuijken have all recorded the Mass in such a configuration, Junghanel's rendition seems to be the winner here.

I noted that however fast the Sanctus, Dona nobis, and Gratias agimus tibi are executed, it is not a detriment to the sound. I believe what makes recording this large scale work with small scale forces is that the balance between each line is sounded perfectly.

The recording reminds me of Herreweghe's... reverberant, ecclesiastical sound, suitable to the music. Each soloist functions perfectly as both a soloist and a chorister. I belive that the singers and players of Cantus Colln have the uniformity of voice unmatched by any other ensemble that has attempted to play Bach's concerted church music in such a configuration.

The Mass in B-Minor under Rifkin's baton was the first to be recorded using OVPP. Nearly a 20 year old theory, Junghanel's set seems to be a revelation. It is nearly flawless. While I would appreciate the more "standard" tempos of some numbers, it is no less a revelatory pleasure to listen to.

[Update] The new recording by Minkowski uses virtually the same forces, but Minkowski prefers a more grandiose approach as a whole. Both his set and Junghanel's are excellent and highly recommendable.
10 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 If you have got this far, buy this CD IMMEDIATELY! 9 août 2004
Par B. Considine - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Ever since I acquired Cantus Colln's Early Bach Cantatas CD with Actus Tragicus, Christ LAg in Todesbanden, etc., I have been totally over awed by their approach to the OVPP. A big fan of the practice myself, I am now completely over whelmed by this Mass rendition. Even if you are unsure about the OVPP practice, and your main concern is that, despite the gorgeous clarity and intonation the practice affords, some sections will not sound "full" enough without a chorus- banish all fears and buy this CD. The marvelous recording and engineering of this recording is magical, and the sound is impressively huge. I was initially shocked at the attention the low-end receives, but it never interferes with the delicate textures, or the overall balance. I am the biggest fan of clarity and purity, and volume and presence are of less concern to me- but even I was satisfied and not troubled by this incredibly fat bottom-end.

Also wonderful is the detailed performance notes! For once, the record label has heard our voice and has exquisitely detailed the EXACT performers for each section of the Mass, right down to the bar-numbers for solos within movements!!!! Thank you, Jesus!

Artistically, old Konrad has nailed just about everything spot-on for my nickel, and I love the refreshingly suprising tempos, particularly the 7 part accompanied Credo fugue, Gratias, and Sanctus. They make all other recordings sound six-feet under in these sections, by comparison. This is truly a Mass rendition for the living, not the dead!!!!!!!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The pictured title & reviews DO NOT MATCH (at the time of this review) 7 octobre 2011
Par Kerplunk - Publié sur Amazon.com
Sigiswald Kuijken & La Petite Bande's 2009 release of Bach's B Minor Mass merits an easy FIVE stars.

Please note, however, that as of 10/7/2011 the reviews that appear here are NOT for Kuijken's release, they are for Konrad Junghanel's version.

[Who knows what the future will bring. Amazon may eventually fix it, and then this note will appear -- rather confusingly -- under Junghanel's release.]
8 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Absolutely Brilliant: My all-time favorite B-minor Mass 3 avril 2004
Par Frederick II of Hohenstaufen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Out of all the Bach B-minor Masses in my large Bach collection, this is the best of the lot. Junghanel and Cantus Colln use the OVPP model to perfection, not only is the performance top-notch, the recording engineers outdid themselves. A delight to the ears.
To those who prefer a more "modern" and "romanticized" B-minor Mass, this might not be a good choice (get either of the Shaw recordings, they are both fantastic modern versions). The Hickox or Gardiner recordings are great if you want period instruments with a larger choir.
For the purist looking for a set representing more closely what Bach intended for his B-minor Mass, you won't find a better choice than this. Very highly recommended!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A 21th century performance. 29 mai 2011
Par Simon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It is frustrating that my english is so poor,
and especially in this case. Please, be patient.

It seems to me that Cantus Colln gives us in their performances a real glimpse
of how this kind of music will be sound deep in the 21th century.
It's really a new generation of performance.
It's not easy to explain what i mean in a positive way, so i'll try it in the opposite way:
It is not forced, not over dramatic (e.g. like Gardiner), not over introvertic, not sugar sweet (e.g. like Pierlot), not airy (like Suzuki), not heavy, not pompose, not "full of meaning", and above all - thanks God - it's not holly.

It is something very fresh, with an excellent proportion between deepness and lightness, between finesse and sauciness, between the intimate and the grandiose.

One of the reviewers spoke about fast tempo and thinness -
i really don't understand what he is talking about:
10 uber-professional singers and 19 instrumentalists are not more than enough?
We are talking about Bach, not about Mahler; about a church, not a football arena.
Besides, the tempo is superbly coherent to this music, unless one is accustomed to a Werner-like tempo.

Every one in the ensemble did a very good job, but the best here is - surprisingly -
the alto Elisabeth Popien.

I wish Mr. Junghanel will give us more recordings of German Barock,
and i wish he will give us some more Bach's cantatas and even passions.

The recording is good, though not excellent in the CD version, and you can hear the difference in the sound quality between the 2 cd's (the 2nd sounds more natural and spacious).
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