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great compositions/performances: Willem van Twillert plays, J.S. Bach, Bist du bei mir [BWV 508], Hinsz-organ, Leens


Willem van Twillert plays, J.S. Bach, Bist du bei mir [BWV 508], Hinsz-organ, Leens

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J.S. BACH, Violin Concerto in D minor [after BWV 1052], Europa Galante


J.S. BACH, Violin Concerto in D minor [after BWV 1052], Europa Galante

J.S. BACH, Violin Concerto in D minor [after BWV 1052], Europa Galante


J.S. BACH, Violin Concerto in D minor [after BWV 1052], Europa Galante

J.S. BACH, Violin Concerto in D minor [after BWV 1052], Europa Galante


J.S. BACH, Violin Concerto in D minor [after BWV 1052], Europa Galante

make music part of your life series: Willem van Twillert plays, J.S. Bach, Bist du bei mir (BWV 508), Hinsz-organ, Leens


Willem van Twillert plays, J.S. Bach, Bist du bei mir [BWV 508], Hinsz-organ, Leens [NL]

Music for the soul: J. S. Bach: Cantata Nº 208, ‘Sheep May Safely Graze’, BWV 208


J. S. Bach: Cantata Nº 208, ‘Sheep May Safely Graze’, BWV 208

J.S. Bach: Mass in B minor “Agnus Dei” – Andreas Scholl


J.S. Bach: Mass in B minor “Agnus Dei” – Andreas Scholl

best classical music, Johann Sebastian Bach, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme (Sleepers Awake, BWV 645); Rodney Gehrke, organ


Johann Sebastian Bach, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme (Sleepers Awake, BWV 645); Rodney Gehrke, organ 

 

Wen-Sinn Yang performs J.S. Bach’s Cello Suite No. 1 in G major BWV 1007.


J.S. Bach – Cello Suite No. 1 in G major BWV 1007 – I. Prelude – II. Allemande – III. Courante

Bach – Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major: Complete; Original Instruments, Voices of Music, great compositions/performances


Bach – Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major: Complete; Original Instruments, Voices of Music 4K UHD

J.S. Bach: MAGNIFICAT – D-Dur BWV 243 (1723,1730) Monteverdi Chor: great compositions/performances


J.S. Bach: MAGNIFICAT [complete version]

J. S. Bach, Sonata No. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001 – Ana Vidovich (“ANA VIDOVIC – GUITAR VIRTUOSO”, 2006): great compositions/performances


J. S. Bach, Sonata No. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001 – Ana Vidovich

Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme (Sleepers Awake, BWV 645); Rodney Gehrke, organ:, Make music part of your life series


J.S. Bach – Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 in B flat BWV 1051, : make music part of your life series


J.S. Bach – Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 in B flat BWV 1051

J.S. Bach – Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 in B-flat Major, BWV 1051: make music part of your life series


J.S. Bach – Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 in B-flat Major, BWV 1051

make music part of your life series: Aus tiefer Not schrei’ ich zu dir – BWV 686 – J. S. Bach (On organ at St. Mary’s Church, Saffron Walden)


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Aus tiefer Not schrei’ ich zu dir – BWV 686 – J. S. Bach

 

St Mary's Church, Saffron Walden, Essex

St Mary’s Church, Saffron Walden, Essex (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

On organ at St. Mary’s Church,  Saffron Walden

Great Compositions/Performances: Bach-Richter-Brandenburg Concerto No.3 (HD)


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Bach-Richter-Brandenburg Concerto No.3 (HD)

English: Statue of J.S. Bach close Thomaskirch...

English: Statue of J.S. Bach close Thomaskirche in Leipzig. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

J.S. Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major, BWV 1048
Münchener Bach OrchesterKarl Richter (HD video)

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Make Music Part of Your Life Series: J. S. Bach, Sonata No. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001 – Ana Vidovich


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Make Music Part of Your Life Series: J. S. Bach, Sonata No. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001 – Ana Vidovich
“ANA VIDOVIC – GUITAR VIRTUOSO”, 2006
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J.S. Bach – Easter Oratorio, BWV 249


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J.S. BachEaster Oratorio, BWV 249

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J.S.Bach, the Well-Tempered Clavier, book 1, Prelude and Fugue in C major BWV 846 Jeno Jando

Jean-Baptiste Lully : Les Folies d’Espagne



Texte du Lutin d’Ecouves : La Folia est, à l’origine, une danse dont il est fait pour la première fois mention dans un texte portugais du XVe siècle. Il s’agissait d’un rite chorégraphique lié à la fertilité lors duquel les danseurs portaient des hommes habillés en femmes sur leurs épaules. Le rythme rapide de la danse ainsi que son aspect insensé furent certainement à l’origine de son nom. Parmi un certain nombre de thèmes, émergea une mélodie de base.
Jusqu’au milieu du XVIIe, elle se répandit en Italie (Follia) et en France (Folie d’Espagne) puis le thème évolua rapidement pour prendre sa forme définitive dans cette suite d’accords :
réM/La7/réM/do/fa/do/réM/la7
réM/La7/réM/do/fa/do/rém-la7/réM
Apparue aux alentours de 1650 puis publiée en 1672 par Lully, cette mélodie se stabilisera en se ralentissant et devint le thème d’innombrables variations dont les plus célèbres furent celles de Corelli parues en 1700. Continue reading

J.S.Bach G minor fugue (the great) BWV 542/2



Hans Andre Stamm plays J.S.Bach fugue in G minor on the Trost organ in Waltershausen, Germany.( pls check out the new version with added 3 secs at the end: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axwAYF…)

Mark O’Connor – “Orange Blossom Special” at its best! (American Music Shop Band)



The band to beat! This is a short segment of the terrific music from “The American Music Shop.” (The show aired from 1990 to 1993).

For more information on Mark O’Connor, the O’Connor method, sheet music and more, please visit http://www.markoconnor.com

Leading the band, is the Legendary Grammy Award-Winning Violinist and World-Class Fiddler: Mark O’Connor!

Song: “Orange Blossom Special

Arrangement by Mark O’Connor also included excerpts from: “Bonanza,” “Meet the Flintstones,” “Partita in E” (J.S. Bach) and “Nutcracker Suite” (P.I. Tchaikovsky).

The New Nashville Cats Band:
Mark O’Connor, Fiddle
Matt Rollings, Keyboards
Brent Mason, Electric Guitar
Michael Rhodes, Electric Bass
Paul Franklin, Pedal Steel
Harry Stinson, Tamborine
Terry McMillan, Harmonica
Paul Leim, Drums

“The American Music Shop featured a different artist each week. Concerts were given in a small, intimate theater and recorded live. In addition to the artists’ own bands, the American Music Shop band accompanied the performers, giving these concerts a unique sound.” (Written by Jason A. Cormier -IMDB Website)

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J.S. Bach – Easter Oratorio, BWV 249


 

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The Amsterdam Baroque Choir
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The Easter Oratorio (in German: Oster-Oratorium), BWV 249, is an oratorio by Johann Sebastian Bach, Kommt, eilet und laufet (Come, hasten and run). Bach composed it in Leipzig and first performed it on 1 April 1725.

BWV 249
Composition byJohann Sebastian Bach
Thomaskirche Interior.jpg
Thomaskirche, Leipzig
Title Easter Oratorio
Original Kommt, eilet und laufet
BWV 249
Related based on BWV 249a
Genre oratorio
Occasion Easter
Performed 1 April 1725 – Leipzig
Movements 11
Text poet Picander?
Scoring  
Solo voices S A T B
Choir SATB
Instruments 3Tr Ti 2Fl Ft 2

The first version of the work was completed as a cantata for Easter Sunday in Leipzig on 1 April 1725, then under the titleKommt, gehet und eilet.[1] It was named “oratorio” and given the new title only in a version revised in 1735. In a later version in the 1740s the third movement was expanded from a duet to a four-part chorus.[1] The work is based on a secular cantata, the so-called Shepherd Cantata Entfliehet, verschwindet, entweichet, ihr Sorgen, BWV 249a which is now lost, although thelibretto survives. Its author is Picander who is also likely the author of the oratorio’s text. The work is opened by two instrumental movements that are probably taken from a concerto of the Köthen period. It seems possible that the third movement is based on the concerto’s finale.[1]

o.     First line
1 Sinfonia    
2 Adagio    
3 Aria tenor, bass Kommt, eilet und laufet
4 Recitativo soprano, alto, tenor, bass O kalter Männer Sinn
5 Aria soprano Seele, deine Spezereien
6 Recitativo alto, tenor, bass Hier ist die Gruft
7 Aria tenor Sanfte soll mein Todeskummer
8 Recitativo soprano, alto Indessen seufzen wir
9 Aria alto Saget, saget mir geschwinde
10 Recitativo bass Wir sind erfreut
11 Chorus SATB Preis und Dank