Stuttgart Bach Choir & Orchestra. Soprano: Friederike Sailer; Alto: Hanne Münch; Tenor: Naan Põld (not Nikolaus Paid); Bass: Robert Titze. Les discophiles français DF-179 World Record Club. Cantatas BWV 31, BWV 200 Magnificat in D major, BWV 243. L'ensemble vocal et instrumental de Stuttgart (Stuttgarter Chor und Orchester). Soprano: Friederike Sailer; Contralto: Margarethe Bence; Tenor: Fritz Wunderlich (pseudonym "Werner S. Braun"?); Bass: August Messthaler.
Magnificat In D Major, BWV 243. 26:55. Ensemble – Stuttgart Baroque Ensemble. Soprano Vocals – Friederike Sailer. Tenor Vocals – William Brown (3). Other Versions (5 of 14) View All. Cat.
BACH Magnificat, BWV 243 In D Cantata No. 31: "Der Himmel lacht! die Erde jubilieret," BWV 31 "Easter". It was first release by Columbia in the USA in the mid 1950's. It was also an early attempt at giving us an "original instrument" version. The soloists are Friederike Sailer, soprano; Margarethe Bence, contralto; Werner S. Braun, tenor; August Messthaler, bass. This is a must-have release if for nostalgic reasons alone. High Quality mp3PRO file here
Bach, Ensemble Choral Et Symphonique De Stuttgart, Marcel Couraud – Magnificat Cantate No 31 "For Easter Day'. Choeur: "So Fahr Ich Hin". Chorus – Ensemble Choral De Stuttgart. Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach. Conductor – Marcel Couraud. Orchestra – Symphonique De Stuttgart. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All.
Artist: Marcel Couraud, Fritz Wunderlich. Read full description. See details and exclusions.
All recitatives are secco, but the full orchestra plays for the opening chorus, the last aria and the closing chorale. Sanctus in D major, BWV 238. Magnificat in E-flat major, BWV 243a. J. S. Bach: Cantata BWV 65. Marcel Couraud. Stuttgarter Bach-Chor. Badische Staatskapelle.
Disc: 1. 1. Magnificat in D Major, BWV243 - Various Performers - Various Performers. 2. Cantata, BWV31, 'Der Himmel Lacht Die Erde Jubilieret' - Various Performers - Various Performers. These 1956 recordings made by the French conductor Marcel Couraud and & vocal et instrumental de Stuttgart' ( & Bach-Chor und Orchester') for Philips, Les discophiles françaix are much loved by LP collectors, and Decca did a great job by reissuing them in the budget 'Eloquence' series. Couraud's Magnificat in D, BWV 243, comes close: it is IMO the best version from the 1950-s and one of the best historic versions altogether.
Stuttgarter Bach-Chor & Stuttgarter Bach-Orchester, Marcel Couraud. Release Date: 13th Jun 2011. Catalogue No: ELQ4803689. Bach, J S: Magnificat BWV 243 & Kantate BWV 31. Chorus: "Magnificat". Aria: "Et exsultavit spiritus meus". Aria: "Quia respexit humilitatem". At the time he was under contract to the Württemberg Staatstheater in Stuttgart, and on the brink on international fame. These recordings date from 1956, before it had become common to perform Bach’s music using period instruments (or copies thereof) and in a ‘d’ style. Nevertheless, Marcel Couraud’s readings have much to recommend them. This French conductor, born in 1912, had a superb education. Charles Munch instructed. Bach, J S: Magnificat in D major, BWV243. Groups & Artists.
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