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J.S. Bach: John Passion - Sermon Section

Dunedin Consort

J.S. Bach: John Passion - Sermon Section

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1
Sermon Introduction, from Erdmann Neumeister, Epistolische Nachlese 1720

Sermon Introduction, from Erdmann Neumeister, Epistolische Nachlese 1720

Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Band Dunedin Consort
04:07 Play $0.00
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Organ Chorale Prelude

Organ Chorale Prelude

Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Band Dunedin Consort
01:21 Play $0.00
3
Congregational Chorale

Congregational Chorale

Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Band Dunedin Consort
00:37 Play $0.00
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Sermon, from Erdmann Neumeister, Epistolische Nachlese 1720

Sermon, from Erdmann Neumeister, Epistolische Nachlese 1720

Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Band Dunedin Consort
39:52 Play $0.00
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Intercession

Intercession

Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Band Dunedin Consort
03:57 Play $0.00
6
Thoughts on the Johannes-Passion – John Butt

Thoughts on the Johannes-Passion – John Butt

08:07 Play $0.00
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Thoughts on the Johannes-Passion – Richard Holloway

Thoughts on the Johannes-Passion – Richard Holloway

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This free additional audio content accompanies the Dunedin Consort's recording of J.S. Bach: John Passion, Reconstruction of Bach's Passion Liturgy

Please note that tracks 6 and 7 are not available as 24/192. These two tracks are interviews with John Butt and Richard Holloway.

Download includes - cover art, inlay, booklet

The first five tracks represent the Sermon Section within The Leipzig Service of Vespers for Good Friday. 

The last two tracks are for those who might appreciate some sort of meditation at the mid-point of the Passion, but who might not necessarily appreciate an 18th Century Lutheran sermon in German.  Dunedin Consort are providing a number of alternative approaches by contemporary figures, some tending towards the theological, some more to the musical or historical. The first two are presented here, and we are hoping to add a few more, in podcast style, over the coming months.

The entire order of service is as follows: 


1 OPENING LITURGY [Tracks 1-2]

Organ Chorale Prelude: Da Jesus an dem Kreuze Stund, BWV 621
Congregational Chorale: Da Jesus an dem Kreuze Stund


2 JOHANNES PASSION, PART ONE [Tracks 3-23]

Organ Prelude to the Passion: Praeludium in F-sharp minor, BuxWV 146 (extract)
Johannes-Passion, BWV 245, Part One.


3 CONGREGATIONAL RESPONSE TO PART ONE OF THE PASSION [Tracks 24-25]

Organ Chorale Prelude: O Lamm Gottes unschuldig, BWV 618
Congregational Chorale: O Lamm Gottes unschuldig


4 SERMON SECTION

Sermon Introduction, from Erdmann Neumeister, Epistolische Nachlese 1720.
Organ Chorale Prelude: Herr Jesu Christ dich zu uns wend, BWV 632
Congregational Chorale: Herr Jesu Christ dich zu uns wend
Sermon, from Erdmann Neumeister, Epistolische Nachlese 1720, on 2 Timothy, 1, 10.
Intercession

5 JOHANNES-PASSION, PART TWO [Tracks 26-36]

Organ Chorale Prelude: Christus, der uns selig macht, BWV 620
Johannes-Passion, BWV 245, Part Two


6 CLOSING LITURGY [Tracks 37-43]

Motet: Ecce quomodo moritur
Responsory, Collect, Blessing, Response to Blessing: Gott sei uns gnädig und barmherzig
Organ Chorale Prelude: Nun danket alle Gott, BWV 657
Congregational Chorale: Nun danket alle Gott

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Critics' Choice 2013: 'It's easy for me this year: john Butt's fresh, supple, humane and beautifully contextualised recording of Bach's St John Passion with the Dunedin Consort really did make me see the work anew, raising my respect and love for it to even greater heights. How many recordings can do that?'


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Critics' Choice 2013: 'In this recording by the Dunedin Consort, not only does the reconstruction of the Good Friday Vespers liturgy of Bach's Leipzig give this Passion context, but also John Butt's limitless wit and invention with Bach create an immediacy that makes it feel completely new. Hearing one of Bach's greatest masterworks for the "first time", again, is the most joyous experience.'


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