Bach im Fluss

Special programme

a thematic collage of selected movements from cantatas and instrumental works compiled by Arthur Godel and Rudolf Lutz

J.S. Bach-Stiftung Kantate BWV XX

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Performers

Orchestra

Conductor & cembalo
Rudolf Lutz

Violin
Renate Steinmann, Plamena Nikitassova, Martin Korrodi, Christine Baumann, Yuko Ishikawa, Olivia Schenkel

Viola
Susanna Hefti, Martina Bischof

Violoncello
Maya Amrein

Violone
Markus Bernhard

Oboe
Kerstin Kramp, Andreas Helm

Bassoon
Susann Landert

Tromba da tirarsi
Patrick Henrichs, Peter Hasel, Klaus Pfeiffer

Transverse flute
Claire Genewein

Timpani
Martin Homann

Organ
Norbert Zeilberger

Musical director & conductor

Rudolf Lutz

Recording & editing

Recording date
11.10.2011

Recording location
Sitterwerk SG

Sound engineer
Stefan Ritzenthaler

Director
Meinrad Keel

Production manager
Johannes Widmer

Production
GALLUS MEDIA AG, Switzerland

Producer
J.S. Bach Foundation of St. Gallen, Switzerland

About the work

Librettist

Text
Poet unknown

First performance
Unknown

Bibliographical references

All libretti sourced from Neue Bach-Ausgabe. Johann Sebastian Bach. Neue Ausgabe sämtlicher Werke, published by the Johann-Sebastian-Bach-Institut Göttingen and the Bach-Archiv Leipzig, Series I (Cantatas), vol. 1–41, Kassel and Leipzig, 1954–2000.
All in-depth analyses by Anselm Hartinger (English translations/editing by Alice Noger-Gradon/Mary Carozza) based on the following sources:  Hans-Joachim Schulze, Die Bach-Kantaten. Einführungen zu sämtlichen Kantaten Johann Sebastian Bachs, Leipzig, 2nd edition, 2007; Alfred Dürr, Johann Sebastian Bach. Die Kantaten, Kassel, 9th edition, 2009, and Martin Petzoldt, Bach-Kommentar. Die geistlichen Kantaten, Stuttgart, vol. 1, 2nd edition, 2005 and vol. 2, 1st edition, 2007.

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