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Fourth, some of the articulation, phrasing, and balances are slightly changed to make the voice leading smoother. The overall effect is to make Bach's music sound much grander and more "Romantic.

Bach, Arr. Robert Schumann: Johannes-Passion. Johannes-Passion BWV 245 - 1851 Version by Robert Schumann. Hermann Max. Rheinische Kantorei, Das Kleine Konzert. Soprano: Veronika Winter; Soprano: Elisabeth Scholl, Contralto: Gerhild Romberger; Tenor: Jan Kobow; Bass: Ekkehard Abele; Bass: Clemens Heidrich. Schumann apparently both here and in the solo violin sonatas and partitas and in at least some of the cello suites felt he could improve Bach. I shall see: Generally in reality I prefer the nearest we can to the composer's own world of reality: Schumann as Schumann and not a Mahler, Bach as Bach and not as Schumann, etc.

Bach – Johannes-Passion – Hermann Max. 20 Saturday Oct 2018. Posted by Thang Nguyen in Capriccio. Bach JS, Hermann Max. Label : Capriccio Format : Flac (image + cue) Cover : Yes. Tracklist : Johann Sebastian Bach St John Passion, BWV245. Dorothea Roschmann (soprano), Christoph Pregardien (tenor), Gotthold Schwarz (bass), Markus Brutscher (tenor), Hans-Georg Wimmer (bass), Ralf Popken (alto), Martina Lins (soprano) Rheinische Kantorei, Das Kleine Konzert, Hermann Max. Advertisements.

J. S. Bach, arr. Robert Schumann. In 1851 during his first season as music director in Düsseldorf, Robert Schumann presented a performance of Bach’s St. John Passion, and unsurprisingly adapted the score both to nineteenth-century taste and nineteenth-century practicalities. J. Bach: Johannes Passion. Veronika Winter, Elisabeth Scholl, sopranos; Gerhild Romberger, alto; Jan Kobow, tenor; Ekkehard Abele, Clemens Heidrich, bass; Rheinische Kantorei; Das Kleine Konzert; Hermann Max, conductor. The performance is an impressive one. In general, Hermann Max and his forces seem to have started with a baroque sound and brought it chronologically forward a bit rather than have taken a later sound and tried to pull it back. This serves the performance well. The choir is flexible and clear; spry in fast passages and well proportioned in solemn moments.

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Robert Schumann held a different opinion about the St John. Like many others he highly appreciated the St Matthew, but when he became acquainted with the St John - most likely by just studying the score - he was very impressed and from his writings one may conclude that he in fact preferred the smaller of Bach's two Passions. This recording is testimony to Robert Schumann's appreciation of Bach's St John Passion. One can only be grateful that his role in the rediscovery of Bach's sacred music has been brought to our attention with this impressive recording. Johan van Veen, MusicWeb International Read less.

The Passion Oratorio by . Bach’s nephew, godson and pupil Johann Ernst Bach is lesser known. On this Capriccio re-release his Passion Oratorio is performed alongside an Ode on the 77th Psalm for tenor, chorus and orchestra and a Motet for solo voices, four-part chorus, strings and continuo. The Bach family have many members with Johann Ernst (1722-1777) being the nephew, godson and pupil of the more illustrious Johann Sebastian. Once again the chorus and orchestra are on top form, with Hermann Max controlling the proceedings well. The notes are good, and whilst the texts of the works are provided, they are unfortunately only in German, which is a real shame, as this would have aided the listener's enjoyment of the music.

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. 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

Johannes Passion: Chorus: Herr, unser Herrscher. 2. Johannes Passion: Recitative: Jesus ging mit seinen Jüngern. 3. Johannes Passion: Chorale: O große Lieb. 4. Johannes Passion: Recitative: Auf daß das Wort erfüllet würde. 5. Johannes Passion: Chorale: Dein Will gescheh, Herr Gott, zugleich. 6. Johannes Passion: Recitative: Die Schar aber und der Oberhauptmann. I suppose that's what Baroque specialist Hermann Max had in mind in recording it. He took the principles of "historically informed performance" literally; this performance replicates the vocal styles, as far as we can assume what they were, of Robert Schumann's era. The chorus is enormously murky, as Romantic choruses probably were. The singers, even those brought over from 'Early Music', sing like church chorists; the women's voices are harsh and their tuning is lamentable.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
St. John Passion (Johannespassion), BWV 245 (BC D2)
1 Part 1. Chor. Herr, unser Herrscher Hermann Max 9:39
2 Part 1. Rezitativ. Jesus ging mit seinen Jüngern Hermann Max 2:24
3 Part 1. Choral. O große Lieb Hermann Max 0:58
4 Part 1. Rezitativ. Auf dass das Wort erfüllet würde Hermann Max 1:05
5 Part 1. Choral. Dein Will gescheh Hermann Max 1:05
6 Part 1. Rezitativ. Die Schar aber und der Oberhauptmann Hermann Max 0:44
7 Part 1. Aria. Von der Stricken meiner Sünden Hermann Max 4:32
8 Part 1. Rezitativ. Simon Petrus aber folgete Jesu nach Hermann Max 0:15
9 Part 1. Aria. Ich folge dir gleichfalls Hermann Max 3:42
10 Part 1. Rezitativ. Derselbige Jünger war den Hohenpriester bekannt Hermann Max 3:09
11 Part 1. Choral. Wer hat dich so geschlagen Hermann Max 1:29
12 Part 1. Rezitativ. Und Hannas sandte ihn gebunden Hermann Max 2:05
13 Part 1. Aria. Ach, mein Sinn, wo willt du endlich hin Hermann Max 2:48
14 Part 1. Choral. Petrus, der nicht denkt zurück Hermann Max 1:19
15 Part 2. Choral. Christus, der uns selig macht Hermann Max 1:06
16 Part 2. Rezitativ. Da führeten sie Jesum von Kaiphas vor das Richthaus Hermann Max 4:08
17 Part 2. Choral. Ach, großer König, groß zu allen Zeiten Hermann Max 1:49
18 Part 2. Rezitativ. Da sprach Pilatus zu ihm Hermann Max 1:58
19 Part 2. Arioso. Betrachte, mein Seel, mit ängstlichem Vergnügen Hermann Max 2:28
20 Part 2. Aria. Mein Jesu, ach! Hermann Max 8:32
21 Part 2. Rezitativ. Und die Kriegsknechte flochten eine Krone Hermann Max 5:30
22 Part 2. Choral. Durch dein Gefängnis, Gottes Sohn Hermann Max 1:02

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
St. John Passion (Johannespassion), BWV 245 (BC D2)
1 Part 2. Rezitativ. Die Jüden aber schrieen Hermann Max 4:12
2 Part 2. Aria. Eilt, ihr angefochtnen Seelen Hermann Max 4:01
3 Part 2. Rezitativ. Allda kreuzigten sie ihn Hermann Max 1:55
4 Part 2. Choral. In meines Herzens Hermann Max 1:15
5 Part 2. Rezitativ. Die Kriegsknechte aber Hermann Max 3:43
6 Part 2. Choral. Er nahm alles wohl in acht Hermann Max 1:11
7 Part 2. Rezitativ. Und von Stund an nahm sie der Jünger zu sich Hermann Max 1:20
8 Part 2. Aria. Es ist vollbracht! Hermann Max 5:30
9 Part 2. Rezitativ. Und neiget das Haupt und verschied Hermann Max 0:27
10 Part 2. Aria. Mein teurer Heiland, lass dich fragen Hermann Max 4:37
11 Part 2. Rezitativ. Und siehe da, der Vorhang im Tempel zerriss Hermann Max 0:32
12 Part 2. Arioso. Mein Herz Hermann Max 0:45
13 Part 2. Aria. Zerfleiße, mein Herze Hermann Max 6:56
14 Part 2. Rezitativ. Die Jüden aber Hermann Max 2:04
15 Part 2. Choral. O hilf, Christe, Gottes Sohn Hermann Max 1:24
16 Part 2. Rezitativ. Darnach bat Pilatum Joseph von Arimathia Hermann Max 1:59
17 Part 2. Chor. Ruht wohl, ihr heiligen Gebeine Hermann Max 7:19
18 Part 2. Choral. Ach Herr, laß dein lieb Engelein Hermann Max 2:06

Hermann Max - Bach: Johannes Passion arranged by Robert Schumann album download

Performer: Hermann Max

Title: Bach: Johannes Passion arranged by Robert Schumann

Duration: 01:53:03

Style: Choral

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