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Bach - Johannes Passion, BWV 245 (Stephen Cleobury) [1996]  Music

Posted by Aregak at Jan. 22, 2017
Bach - Johannes Passion, BWV 245 (Stephen Cleobury) [1996]

Bach - Johannes Passion, BWV 245 (Ainsley, Richardson, Bott, Chance, Agnew, Varcoe;
King's College Choir Cambridge, The Brandenburg Consort, Stephen Cleobury) [1996]

EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Covers | 2cd, 612 MB
Classical | Label: Brilliant Classics | Catalog Number: A911 | TT: CD1: 72’36, CD2: 64’18

Most of us come to the Saint John Passion knowing the Saint Matthew Passion first. The bigger and more elaborate Saint Matthew, which came along three, or possibly five years later (there is controversy about the date), has tended to cast a shadow in which the earlier work is swallowed up, and this has been so ever since Mendelssohn's Saint Matthew performance in 1829 marked the beginning of the public rediscovery of J.S. Bach. (The professionals had never forgotten.) But if the Saint John is smaller in scale than the Saint Matthew, it is hardly the lesser work in quality, though it would of course be silly to claim that the master of the Saint Matthew Passion had not learned from the experience of setting Saint John. But the most interesting differences between these two towering attestations of faith are differences in intention. Read Matthew 26-27, Mark 14-15, Luke 22-23, and John 18-19, and you get four tellings of the last days in the life of Jesus that differ in tone, emphasis, and detail…

Bach - Johannes-Passion (Ton Koopman) [1994]  Music

Posted by Sowulo at Oct. 8, 2013
Bach - Johannes-Passion (Ton Koopman) [1994]

Bach - Johannes-Passion (Ton Koopman) [1994]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Covers | 2cd, 407.38 MB
Classical | Label: Erato | Catalog Number: 4509-94675-2 | TT: 1h 48

Bach’s St. John Passion with a star-studded lineup of soprano Johennette Zomer, countertenor Andreas Scholl, tenor Mark Padmore, and bass Klaus Mertens, conducted by Ton Koopman, was bound to be—and indeed was—an enjoyable affair. A little over two years ago the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra performed the B-minor Mass with him, now they tackled the ‘smaller’ Passion…

J.S.Bach - Johannes Passion BWV 245 - Hermann Max  Music

Posted by pmarkov at April 7, 2010
J.S.Bach - Johannes Passion BWV 245 - Hermann Max

J.S.Bach - Johannes Passion BWV 245 - Rheinische Kantorei / Das Kleine Konzert - Hermann Max
2CD | APE + CUE | No LOG | Covers + Booklet | 456.4Mb | 107:04 | 60023-2 CAPRICCIO 1991

J.S.Bach - Johannes Passion, Volker Hempfling  Music

Posted by pmarkov at March 17, 2010
J.S.Bach - Johannes Passion, Volker Hempfling

J.S.Bach - Johannes-Passion BWV 245 - Version IV 1739/1749, Volker Hempfling
Kölner Kantorei / Johann Christian Bach-Akademie (Leader: Ingeborg Scheerer)

2CD | APE+CUE | No LOG | LQ Cover | 529.1Mb | 108:29 | AVI Music 53006 | Mar 28, 2004

Bach: Johannes-Passion BWV 245 - Gardiner  Music

Posted by trackball at May 13, 2008
Bach: Johannes-Passion BWV 245 - Gardiner

Bach: Johannes-Passion BWV 245 - Gardiner
Classical | APE & CUE | 2 CDs, Covers, booklet | 192+212 Mb
Date: October 25, 1990
Johann Sebastian Bach - Johannes Passion / St John Passion

Johann Sebastian Bach - Johannes Passion / St John Passion
Genre: Classical | EMI | Recording 1962, digital remastering 1992 | Karl Forster | 2 CDs 60'21'' 61'42''
EAC CUE+FLAC | Cover + pdf-Booklet (ger, eng, [fr]) | 637 MB | Rapidshare
Bach - Johannes Passion (Sigiswald Kuijken, La Petite Bande) [1990]

Bach - Johannes Passion (Sigiswald Kuijken, La Petite Bande)
Classical | EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | DHM | Covers
GD77041 | 2cd, 518.52 MB

Founded in 1972 at the suggestion of Deutsche Harmonia Mundi and led since its inception by Dutch violinist turned conductor Sigiswald Kuijken, La Petite Bande is surely among the finest of early music orchestras with a discography ranging from Lully through Mozart. Among the group's most successful projects, however, have been recordings of Bach's sacred works, particularly the 1985 Mass in B minor and this 1987 St. John Passion. Both are superbly performed with excellent solo and choral singing and outstanding orchestral playing, but both are distinctly dissimilar in tone and effect…

Bach - Johannes-Passion (Karl Richter) (2007/1970)  

Posted by Vilboa at Dec. 20, 2015
Bach - Johannes-Passion (Karl Richter) (2007/1970)

Bach - Johannes-Passion (Karl Richter) (2007/1970)
NTSC 4:3 (720x480) VBR | Deutsch (LinearPCM, 2 ch) | (DTS, 6 ch) | 7.55 Gb (DVD9) | 129 min
Classical | Deutsche Grammophon | Sub: Deutsch, English, Francais, Espanol, Chinese

As one of the 20th century's most acclaimed Bach interpreters, Karl Richter devotes his expertise to this monumental epic of Christ's final hours, tapping the power of Bach's rich choral writing for a rendering of startling immediacy - for the first time on DVD.

Bach - Johannes-Passion (Hermann Max) (1991)  

Posted by Ebisu at Sept. 23, 2013
Bach - Johannes-Passion (Hermann Max) (1991)

Bach - Johannes-Passion (Hermann Max) (1991)
Classical | Eac. Flac, Img+Cue, Log | Covers | 493 MB
Label: Capriccio | Catalog N.: 60 023-2 | TT: 97:04

Hermann Max came to the fore in the first place with the Rheinische Kantorei and the Baroque Orchestra Das Kleine Konzert through a series of productions for the Westdeutscher Rundfunk. He is considered as one of the principal researchers and developers of the HIP, which has become the prevailing approach to the performance of early music today. The ideals that guided him in directing his choir are based on the Italian tradition: a bright sound, precise diction, secure intonation, transparency and lightness.

Bach - Johannes-Passion (Philippe Herreweghe) (2001)  

Posted by Ebisu at Sept. 22, 2013
Bach - Johannes-Passion (Philippe Herreweghe) (2001)

Bach - Johannes-Passion (Philippe Herreweghe) (2001)
Classical | Eac. Flac, Img+Cue, Log | Covers | 549 MB
Label: Harmonia Mundi | Catalog N.: HMC 901748.49 | TT: 110:51

The first thing to note is that this is the 1725 revision of Bach's St. John Passion, not the original 1724 version that is usually performed. This will become immediately apparent to those familiar with the score, as the opening chorus is entirely different in the later revision. Bach substitutes a few of the arias, too, and commentators seem in agreement that this later edition is in fact more incisively dramatic. Philippe Herreweghe has already made a superb recording of the original version, but here the conductor assembles an even finer group of singers for this newer account. Mark Padmore is a marvelously expressive, sweet-toned Evangelist. Sibylla Rubens's agile soprano voice is a joy to the ear. Sebastian Noack's bass seems light at first, but his bright, lyrical sound contrasts effectively with the deeper, more sonorous tone of Michael Volle's Jesus. Countertenor Andreas Scholl, a favorite collaborator of Herreweghe's, is simply stunning. (Andrew Farach-Colton)