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8 thoughts on “ Du Lieber Heiland Du (Recitativo) - Johann Sebastian Bach - Buß Und Reu / Erbarme Dich, Mein Gott (Vinyl) ”

  1. Johann Sebastian Bach / Karl Richter - Passio Secundum Matthæum (Matthäus-Passion) ‎ (4xLP, RE + Box) Archiv Produktion, Archiv Produktion , /
  2. St Matthew Passion, BWV 5. Recitativo Alto I: Du lieber Heiland du. By Johann Sebastian Bach American Bach Soloists, Judith Malafronte & Jeffrey Thomas. 5. PREVIEW St Matthew Passion, BWV 6. Aria Alto I: Buß und Reu. By Johann Sebastian Bach American Bach .
  3. Johann Sebastian Bach (), a Lutheran, was specifically asked by St. Thomas Church, Leipzig, to supply a non-theatrical Passion. In this context 'passion' stands for the act of passive suffering, of watching and occasionally empathizing in the suffering of Christ, a development which began in the Middle Ages when the church took steps /5(33).
  4. Johann Sebastian Bach Passion selon saint Matthieu Jeudi 18 avril – 20h PROGRAMME Johann Sebastian Bach „Du lieber Heiland du“ VI. Air (alto). „Buß und Reu knirscht das Sündenherz entzwei“ Aria (alto). „Erbarme dich“.
  5. [PDF + MP3 (digital sound)] + Video - 2 Oboes and String quartet - Baroque * License: Public Domain - The St. Matthew Passion (also frequently but incorrectly referred to as St. Matthew's Passion; German: Matthäus-Passion), BWV is a Passion, a sacred oratorio written by Johann Sebastian Bach in for solo voices, double choir and double orchestra, with libretto by Picander (Christian.
  6. Recitativo: Du lieber Heiland du Besetzung: A, Trav I-II, Bc: 6. Aria: Buß und Reu knirscht das Sünderherz entzwei Besetzung: A, Trav I-II, Bc Vermutlich Urbild zu BWV a/3: 7. Evangelista: Da ging hin der Zwölfen einer Besetzung: T (Evangelist), B (Judas), Bc: 8. Aria: Blute nur, du liebes Herz Besetzung: S, Trav I-II, Str, Bc Vermutlich.
  7. The St Matthew Passion (also frequently St Matthew's Passion; German: Matthäus-Passion), BWV , is a sacred oratorio from the Passions written by Johann Sebastian Bach in for solo voices, double choir and double orchestra, with libretto by Picander (Christian Friedrich Henrici). It sets chapters 26 and 27 of the Gospel of Matthew (in the German translation of Martin Luther) to music.

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