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Telemann: Brockes Passion / Jacobs, et al

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  1. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 1. Sinfonia $0.99 on iTunes
  2. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 2. Chor (Chor Gläubiger Seelen) "Mich Vom Stricke Meiner Sünden" $0.99 on iTunes
  3. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 3. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "Als Jesu Nun Zu Tische Saße" / 4. Arioso (Jesus) "Das Ist Mein Leib" $0.99 on iTunes
  4. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 5. Arie (Tochter Zion) "Der Gott, Dem Alle Himmelskreise" $0.99 on iTunes
  5. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 6. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "Und Bald Hernach Nahm Er Den Kelch" / 7. Arioso (Jesus) "Das Ist Mein Blut" $0.99 on iTunes
  6. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 9. Choral "Ach, Wie Hungert Mein Gemüte" $0.99 on iTunes
  7. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 10. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "Drauf Sagten Sie Dem Höchsten Dank" / ... / 15. Rezitativ (Petrus, Jesus) "Auf Wenigste Will Ic $0.99 on iTunes
  8. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 19. Arioso (Tochter Zion) "Sünder, Schaut Mit Furcht Und Zagen" / 20. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "Die Pein Vermehrte Sich" $0.99 on iTunes
  9. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 21. Arie (Tochter Zion) "Brich, Mein Herz, Zerfließ In Tränen" $0.99 on iTunes
  10. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 22. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "Ein Engel Aber Kam" / ... / 28. Rezitativ (Judas, Jesus) "Nimm, Rabbi, Diesen Kuß Von Mir" $0.99 on iTunes
  11. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 30. Rezitativ (Evangelist, Jesus) "Petrus Zog Gleich Sein Schwert Hervor" / 31. Chor (Chor Der Jünger) "O Weh, Sie Binden I $0.99 on iTunes
  12. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 32. Accompagnato (Petrus) "Wo Flieht Ihr Hin?" / 33. Arie (Petrus) "Nehmt Mich Mit, Verzagte Scharen" $0.99 on iTunes
  13. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 34. Rezitativ (Evangelist, Kaiphas, Jesus, Ein Kriegsknecht) "Und Jesus Ward Zum Palast Kaiphas" $0.99 on iTunes
  14. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 35. Arie (Tochter Zion) "Was Bärentatzen, Löwenklauen" $0.99 on iTunes
  15. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 36. Rezitativ (Evangelist, Petrus, 1., 2. & 3. Magd) "Dies Sahe Petrus An" / ... / 38. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "Drauf Krähet $0.99 on iTunes
  16. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 43. Choral "Ach, Gott Und Herr, Wie Groß Und Schwer" $0.99 on iTunes
  17. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 44. Rezitativ (Evangelist, Kaiphas, Jesus) "Als Jesus Nun, Wie Hart Man" / 45. Chor (Chor Des Hohen Rates) "Er Hat Den Tod V $0.99 on iTunes
  18. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 46. Arie (Gläubige Seele) "Erwäg, Ergrimmte Natterbrut" $0.99 on iTunes
  19. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: I. Teil: 47a. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "Die Nacht War Kaum Vorbei" / ... / 48. Arie (Tochter Zion) "Meine Laster Sind Die Stricke" $0.99 on iTunes
  20. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 53. Rezitativ (Evangelist, Jesus) "Wie Nun Pilatus Jesum Fragt" / ... / 55. Rezitativ (Pilatus, Evangelist) "Hast Du Denn K $0.99 on iTunes
  21. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 56. Duett (Tochter Zion, Jesus) "Sprichst Du Denn Auf Dies Verklagen" $0.99 on iTunes
  22. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 57. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "Pilatus Wunderte Sich Sehr" / ... / 63. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "Wie Er Nun Sah" $0.99 on iTunes
  23. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 68. Rezitativ (Eine Gläubige Seele) "Drum, Seele, Schau Mit Ängstlichem Vergnügen" / ... / 70. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "W $0.99 on iTunes
  24. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 72. Rezitativ (Tochter Zion) "Verwegner Dorn, Barbarsche Spitzen!" $0.99 on iTunes
  25. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 75. Arie (Tochter Zion) "Jesu! Jesu, Dich Mit Unsern Seelen" $0.99 on iTunes
  26. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 76. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "Drauf Beugten Sie Aus Spott Vor Ihm Die Knie" / ... / 78. Arie (Evangelist) "Ja, Scheuten Sich $0.99 on iTunes
  27. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 79. Arie (Tochter Zion) "Schäumest Du, Du Schaum Der Welt" / 80. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "Worauf Sie Mit Dem Rohr" $0.99 on iTunes
  28. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 82. Arie (Tochter Zion) "Heil Der Welt, Dein Schmerzlich Leiden" $0.99 on iTunes
  29. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 83. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "Wie Man Ihm Nun Genug Verspottung" $0.99 on iTunes
  30. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 84. Arie Und Chor (Gläubige Seelen) "Eilt, Ihr Angefochten Seelen" $0.99 on iTunes
  31. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 85. Rezitativ (Maria) "Ach Gott, Ach Gott! Mein Sohn" / 86. Duett (Maria, Jesus) "Soll Mein Kind, Mein Leben Sterben" $0.99 on iTunes
  32. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 87. Rezitativ (Evangelist, Tochter Zion) "Und Er Trug Selbst Sein Kreuz" / ... / 89. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "Wie Sie Nun an $0.99 on iTunes
  33. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 90. Arie (Eine Gläubige Seele) "Hier Erstarrt Mein Herz Und Blut" $0.99 on iTunes
  34. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 93. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "Sobald Er Nun Gekreuzigt War" / ... / 95. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "Und Eine Dichte Finsternis" $0.99 on iTunes
  35. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 96. Arie (Gläubige Seele) "Was Wunder, Daß Der Sonnen Pracht" $0.99 on iTunes
  36. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 103. Arie (Eine Gläubige Seele) "Mein Heiland, Herr Und Fürst!" $0.99 on iTunes
  37. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 104. Rezitativ (Evangelist) "Drauf Liegt Ein Kriegsknecht Hin" / 105. Accompagnato (Jesus) "Es Ist Vollbracht" $0.99 on iTunes
  38. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 106. Terzett (Drei Gläubige Seelen) "O Donnerwort! O Schrecklich Schreien!" $0.99 on iTunes
  39. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 109. Duetto (Tochter Zion, Eine Gläubige Seele) "Sind Meiner Seelen Tiefe Wunden" / 110. Rezitativ (Tochter Zion, Evangeli $0.99 on iTunes
  40. Telemann — Brockes-Passion: II. Teil: 112. Accompagnato (Gläubige Seele, Hauptmann) "Ja, Ja, Es Brüllet Schon" $0.99 on iTunes

Album Summary

>Telemann, Georg Philipp : Brockes Passion, TV 5 no 1
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Notes & Reviews:

"This Brockes-Passion certainly stands as a masterpiece, both as a compelling musical work and as a profoundly affecting dramatic rendering of the Passion story... the performers are all excellent - not always the case in productions involving so many performers and of this length. But then, there is no finer or more experienced chorus, orchestra, and conductor in baroque repertoire than we have here, and together they and the well-chosen soloists have taken a neglected masterpiece and created another--a standard-setting performance that not only provides substantial listening pleasure but commands renewed respect for Telemann's stature as a composer of both church music and musical drama. The vibrant sound and ideally situated listening perspective, along with the superb notes and elegant packaging complete an essential--and thoroughly enlightening--release for all fans of baroque music." -ClassicsToday (10/10)

Gramophone Classical Music Guide
The Hamburg poet Barthold Heinrich Brockes wrote the Passion oratorio libretto Der für dieSünde der Welt gemarterte und sterbende Jesus for Reinhard Keiser to set to music in 1712. Handel composed a setting in London about four years later (probably for Hamburg), and in April 1716 Telemann's version was first performed in Frankfurt. The broody opening Sinfonia makes one think of Haydn's late orchestral writing at its most daring. The Berlin AAM's playing is lean and angular but the 35-strong RIAS Chamber Choir seems overpowering at times, and it would be good to hear this work performed by smaller and more integrated forces.

René Jacobs divides the soprano arias for the Daughter of Zion and the Faithful Soul between Birgitte Christensen and Lydia Teuscher (the booklet fails to indicate what singer performs which arias): 'Was Bärentatzen, Löwenklauen' has snappy percussive horn fanfares, and several contrasting arias during the scene of Christ's scourging are among the highest points of the oratorio. Marie-Claude Chappuis's singing of Judas's guilt-wracked scene, in which the betrayer resolves to commit suicide, is extraordinary. The trio 'O Donnerwort!' crackles with theatrical velocity.

Johannes Weisser is a grainy Jesus, but his declamatory singing in the volatile 'Erwäg, ergrimmte Natterbrut' is impressive. Donát Havár does not have a mellifluous timbre but is a good communicator of Peter's texts. Jacobs paces the oratorio as if it is a vivid religious opera: he omits six arias and two recitatives 'for reasons of dramatic coherence'. There are moments of brittle intensity that could have afforded more gentleness, but Jacobs's committed vision provides us with a valuable glimpse of Telemann's brilliant imagination.

BBC Music Magazine
Jacobs... has mustered, with characteristic discernment, a highly responsive cast of soloists. Daniel Behle is a communicative Evangelist, responding alertly to Telemann's elegantly shaped recitative... As Jesus, Johannes Weisser brings warmth and appropriate gravitas. The remaining cast, fresh-voiced, lightly articulated and agile, gives uninterrupted pleasure, and that goes for the excellent RIAS Chamber Choir too.

The Telegraph
Telemann's musical setting highlights the drama with brilliant orchestral touches. Throughout, the orchestral playing is amazingly vivid and Birgitte Christensen as Mary is thrilling.

Sunday Times
A string of beautifully varied arias are leavened by chorals, and there is an astonishing trio for Three Believing Souls, describing the earthquake after the death of Christ. This is the avant-garde music of the period by an ever-inquiring, always rewarding composer.



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>Telemann, Georg Philipp : Brockes Passion, TV 5 no 1
  • Performers: Daniel Behle (Tenor); Marie-Claude Chappuis (Mezzo-soprano); Birgitte Christensen (Soprano); Donat Havar (Tenor); Lydia Teuscher (Soprano); Johannes Weisser (Baritone)
  • Conductor: René Jacobs
  • Running Time: 7 min. 48 sec.
  • Period Time: Baroque
  • Written: 1716