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Vox Luminis, Lionel Meunier - J.S. Bach, J.C. Bach & J.M. Bach: Motetten (2015)

Vox Luminis, Lionel Meunier - J.S. Bach, J.C. Bach & J.M. Bach: Motetten (2015)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) | Covers | 541 mb | MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 325 mb
Classical, Baroque | Label: Ricercar / RIC 347

After its successes in the field of German Baroque religious music, here VOX LUMINIS proposes the first complete recording of the motets by Johann Sebastian Bach's ancestors. These motets, most of which are written for double choir, blend the old tradition inherited from the polyphony of the Renaissance with expressive work inspired by the fashions of the madrigal. The chorale melodies that are quite frequently associated with these motets contribute this colour typical of the Lutheran liturgical repertoire.
George Malcolm, Sir Neville Marriner - Arne, C.P.E. Bach & J.C. Bach: Harpsichord Concertos (2017)

George Malcolm, Sir Neville Marriner - Arne, C.P.E. Bach & J.C. Bach: Harpsichord Concertos
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 74:16 min | 171 MB
Label: Decca | Tracks: 17 | Rls.date: 2017

* Featuring many tracks for the first time on CD. There were many worlds in George Malcolm's (1917–1997) universe – organist, harpsichordist, pianist, composer, choral director and conductor – and this one demonstrates his unique skill as a solo performer who, throughout his career, more than any other individual defined the harpsichord's identity in England.

J.C. Bach - Emma Kirkby - Salve Regina  Music

Posted by luckburz at Oct. 6, 2013
J.C. Bach - Emma Kirkby - Salve Regina

Johann Christian Bach - Salve Regina
Emma Kirkby / Markus Schäfer / L'Orfeo Barockorchester / Michi Gaigg
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 291 MB | Full Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Classic Produktionen Osnabrück # 999 718-2 | Country/Year: Germany 2001
Genre: Classical | Style: Early Classical Period, Sacred

…The orchestra, led by violinist Michi Gaigg, is a delight to hear, a finely tuned and ideally balanced ensemble whose playing gives real drive and support to the singers–and, in these world premiere recordings, makes a strong case for hearing a lot more from J.C. The sound is exemplary.

J.C. BACH - Sinfonien - Concerto Köln  Music

Posted by knmn at Nov. 28, 2007
J.C. BACH - Sinfonien - Concerto Köln

Bach J.C. Sinfonien / Christine Schornsheim, Concerto Köln
classical | 2006 | 1 CD | 252 Mb | APE/CUE/LOG/SCANS | Rs.Com
Anna Lucia Richter - Bach Privat (2017) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

Georg Nigl, Andreas Staier, Anna Lucia Richter, Petra Müllejans & Roel Dieltiens - Bach Privat (2017)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 84:43 minutes | 1.52 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital Booklet

This recording is an invitation to immerse ourselves in the musical inner circle of the Bach family. We are familiar with Johann Sebastian Bach as a composer of genius, but we know little about his family life, with the exception of the famous Clavierbüchlein (Little keyboard book) that the forty-year-old composer gave as a present in 1725 to his second wife Anna Magdalena, his junior by sixteen years.
Raaf Hekkema - Bach, J S: Cello Suites Nos. 1-6, BWV1007-1012 (2018)

Raaf Hekkema - Bach, J S: Cello Suites Nos. 1-6, BWV1007-1012 (2018)
Classical | WEB FLAC (tracks) & front cover | 490 MB
Label: Challenge Classics | Tracks: 36 | Time: 127:11 min

Raaf Hekkema: Since I started teaching at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, I have become more conscious of my self-chosen mission: to create a place for the saxophone within the classical music tradition. One way to do this is to forge a stronger bond between the players and the classical tradition, in the knowledge that the saxophone repertoire too is indebted to the great composers of the past. The most influential of them all is, without a doubt, Johann Sebastian Bach.

J.C. Bach (The Late Eighteenth-Century Composers)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at Dec. 18, 2017
J.C. Bach (The Late Eighteenth-Century Composers)

J.C. Bach (The Late Eighteenth-Century Composers) by Paul Corneilson
2016 | ISBN: 1472444043 | English | 560 pages | PDF | 39 MB
Bruno Weil, Cappella Coloniensis - Johann Christian Bach: Endimione [1999]

Bruno Weil, Cappella Coloniensis - Johann Christian Bach: Endimione [1999]
Classical | Deutsche Harmonia Mundi 05472 77525 2 | TT: 61.34+44.31 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 527 Mb

A beguiling rarity. Johann Sebastian’s youngest and most cosmopolitan son composed this serenata in London in 1772. The plot revolves around the triangular relationship between Diana, her nymph Nice and Endymion, slyly manipulated by Cupid and culminating in the obligatory paean to love. In the booklet, Bruno Weil dubs Endimione ‘one of the first operettas’; but though there are touches of cruel humour, usually at Nice’s expense, the musical idiom and structure, based on a sequence of elaborate arias, are essentially those of opera seria. Bach’s suave, mellifluous style often sounds like Mozart minus the master’s dynamic impulse and control of long-range tensions. But there are memorable numbers here, above all in the slow cavatinas for Endymion and Diana, with their delicate, Watteau-esque sensuality. Virtually everything depends on the four principals, who all rise to their challenges. Chief honours go to Ann Monoyios, a graceful, sweet-toned Nice, and Vasiljka Jezovšek as Diana, stylish and shapely in her concerto-like aria with flute obbligato. As Cupid, Jörg Waschinski deploys that rare phenomenon, a falsetto soprano, with some panache, while Jörg Hering is personable, if faintly bland, as Endymion. Direction and orchestral playing are highly capable, with the wind relishing the lavish opportunities Bach offers them. (Richard Wigmore)

Bach J.S. - Matthäus Passion BWV 244 (Gustav Leonhardt)  Music

Posted by ArlegZ at March 4, 2011
Bach J.S. - Matthäus Passion BWV 244 (Gustav Leonhardt)

Bach J.S. - Matthaus-Passion (Gustav Leonhardt)
Classical | EAC | Flac(Image)+Cue, Logs, Scans | 713.95 MB
CD1:74’40; CD2:51’10; CD3:46’32 | January 2, 1990 | Harmonia Mundi

"With this work a new world opened up to us", wrote the actor singer Eduard Devrient, recalling the momentous revival of the St. Matthew Passion some forty years earlier in 1829, when he was joined by Mendelssohn, then barely out of his teens yet fully able and willing to shoulder the burden of a stupendous musical challenge. Bach's masterpiece was already one hundred years old but could look back on little more than one or two unsatisfactory performances, scant recognition, and not a note in print.
Hermann Max,  Das Kleine Konzert - Johann Christian Bach: La Clemenza di Scipione (2002)

Hermann Max, Das Kleine Konzert - Johann Christian Bach: La Clemenza di Scipione (2002)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 584 Mb | Total time: 131:04 | Scans included
Classical | Label: CPO | # 999 791-2 | Recorded: 2000

Composed in 1778, J.C. Bach's La Clemenza di Scipione is a nice, direct, fat-free work. The arias tend to be short (not one of them is a da capo), the recitatives are to the point and likewise brief, and the action moves swiftly. Roman Scipio (tenor) has taken Cartagena and Spanish soprano princess Arsinda (and her soprano pal, Idalba) prisoner. Male soprano, fellow non-Roman Lucieo, is betrothed to Arsinda, while the Roman general Marzio (tenor) is in love with Idalba and vice-versa. The whole plot revolves around the heroic Lucieo's attempts to rescue Arsinda, et al., his being taken prisoner, and his being threatened by death if he refuses to pledge allegiance to Rome. He never does give in, but Scipio does–hence the clemency–and Scipio gives everyone their freedom once he realizes how impressive a gal Arsinda is. Everyone swears loyalty to Rome. Hooray! There's plenty of room for grief arias, anger arias, revenge arias, why-is-my-life-so-dreadful arias, and if-only-I-could-end-your(-my)-suffering arias, in many tempos.