Cantata No. 62: Nun Komm, der Heiden Heiland: II, BWV62

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I wonder it this is the reason why. Chris et al The first one or two I heard on youtube did not to me have the right tempo - so essential in this piece of music. From the opening bar, it should lilt along and gently lift your spirit onto it Peace at last! This one hits the tempo just right for me - Consortium Musicum - Wolfgang Gonnenheim.

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Now you've listened to him - go back and listen to the first bars again. It's thrilling. Zion hears the watchmen singing, not running, or sleeping Of course I must add a rider that this is only my perception of the right tempo. There may well be people much more knowledgeable on Bach who might argue that it needs to be faster, but I can only go on what I feel is the right tempo Can you please put it back as I am not doing it again!

Thanks for that Andrew - it saves me doing it again! I guessed it might have been multiple links as I couldn't see anything else that might have been wrong! Oh heck Andrew! I've gone and done it again. I spotted a spelling mistake, amended it and it's gone again. Can you re-sort it?

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This one seems to find Bach in a fairly strident and vigorous mood, so there is a jaunty feeling to 1 straight off to illustrate that the world 'marvels' at what American poet Robert Lowell called 'the miraculous birth' in one of his poems. I felt that both versions I listened to, Herreweghe and Harnoncourt, both took 1 at a real 'presto' rather than allegro, and thus I find them both too speedy. There is an astonishing record-breaker in 2 'Herr' held for twenty bars! A mixture of tied notes and semiquaver figuration. It is first held for 10 bars, then held for twenty. It's not really held then but sounded.

Chris I'll try to listen tomorrow to that source you mention. No not Durr, Duh! I've arrived late to this cantata but "nunca es tarde si la dicha es buena". I've found this work really satisfying, the whole cantata, as if really coherent in its quality. The chorale is actually beautiful. The soprano aria has been rightly pointed out by Chris, and it is a delight, with gorgeous obbligato violin.

The increasingly complex interweaving of the soprano and alto is strikingly contrasted with an independent -and somehow severe in character- continuo part. This time I have listened exclusively to Gardiner.

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His light and lively manners work splendidly here. The chorus is fantastic and the soloist I think too. If you are a library, university or other organisation that would be interested in an institutional subscription to Gramophone please click here for further information. Skip to main content. Log in or register to post comments. Last post. Wed 27th November Bach's Advent and Christmas Cantatas. Prepare the path.

Bach - BWV 62 - 1. Coro : Nun komm der Heiden Heiland

Chris —. Fri 29th November BWV Following on recent emphasis on different interpretative approaches I have -this time- paid particularly attention to two recordings: Richter and Kuijken. After this another soprano aria and the final chorale round off this cantata. Sat 30th November Cantata 61 Yes, this short cantata is a gem. One of which occurs in 2 the tenor recit - musing on the idea that God in human form is 'treasure unexcelled', what leapt out at me was how the style changes from recit to arioso to highlight the idea of 'light' - for the last two lines: Thy coming makes thy light Appear with richest blessing.

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Sun 1st December Thu 5th December RE: Zion hears the watchmen on youtube. Too slow again. Wed 4th December RE: Zion hears the watchmen's protests. Cheers all.

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Mark Oh heck Andrew! Hi folks. A briefish note on cantata This one seems to find Bach in a fairly strident and vigorous mood, so there is a jaunty feeling to 1 straight off to illustrate that the world 'marvels' at what American poet Robert Lowell called 'the miraculous birth' in one of his poems. Meanwhile Hewitt has arrived with her Sun 8th December BWV 36 I've arrived late to this cantata but "nunca es tarde si la dicha es buena".

Even if the first chorus does not stand out so much as others do it is very engaging.