What makes little sense on paper reveals itself as logical in the listening: Lutz’ B-Minor Mass never sounds gimmicky or fast-for-speed’s sake. BBC Symphony Orchestra. The first documented performance of any portion of the B Minor Mass was by the composer's son C.P.E. Sir Adrian Boult. Bach B Minor Mass - in Latin Userguide indexed for - Editions - Bärenreiter (2003), Peters Performance Recording. The highlight amid an otherwise uniformly fine performance is the singing of soprano Julia Doyle. The first complete rendition, albeit of separate sections spread out over several years, is thought to have begun in 1811 by the Berlin Singakademie. Mass in B minor (Period Performance) Spire Chamber Ensemble. Guest lecturer Daniel R. Melamed, âPerforming Bachâs Mass in B Minor in an Age of Choices.â Tuesday, March 19, 7:30 p.m. Duesenberg Recital Hall Free admission Daniel R. Melamed is the author of âHearing Bachâs passions,â and âJ. Wolfgang Osthoff and other scholars have suggested that Bach intended the completed Mass in B minor for performance at the dedication of the new Hofkirche in Dresden, which was begun in 1738 and was nearing completion by the late 1740s. Not that that’s what is impressive or truly noteworthy about the release. And still better yet, it’s superbly played and with just the sense of being in the moment that studio recordings (this is one) so rarely contain. In the process, the HIP conductors have changed the way people tend to hear the work. J.S. missa (âmassâ) in Lutheran Germany, it is a not complete composition that Bach wrote to be performed in toto, and it is not in B minor. The fastest B-Minor Mass on record.. â¦was, for many years, Konrad Junghänelâs with the Cantus Cölln, on Harmonia Mundi. My 2 top performers for the Mass in B Minor are definitely both Philippe Herreweghe: Collegium Vocale Gent or Harry Christophers: The Sixteen Choir & Orchestra these two are just right in every way, especially the Agnus Dei part by Philippe Herreweghe & Andreas Scholl is beyond perfection! Orchestra. Scholars differ on whether he ever performed the 1733 Missa. Mass in B minor (Period Performance) Spire Chamber Ensemble. The book also traces the history of the work after Bach's death, addresses specific issues of performance practice, and investigates the qualities that give the B-Minor Mass its universal appeal. His first solo, the Qui sedes, filled the hall with a rich, creamy and very masculine sound, that avoided all the pitfalls of countertenor singing, for he was never shrill or piercing. Y1 - 1990. The mixed male and female alto line was particularly impressive, with some lovely rich singing low in the register, such as in the first Kyrie and the slower movements of the Credo. This DVD has a picture format of NTSC color shot full-screen 4:3 with a region code of 0 worldwide. 1. David Portillo, Tenor. Jane Shuttleworth reviews Prom 26: The English Concert performing Bach's B minor Mass. When it was released in 2003, it made the ears flap in the wind and it was considered a wild, very alternative choice. T1 - Bach - Mass in B minor. Previous. I contribute to Listen Magazine and Auditorium and mostly live in Vienna, Austria. Prom 26: An unforgettable B minor Mass with The English Concert, https://bachtrack.com/review-bbc-prom-26-2012-english-concert-bicket-bach-b-minor-mass, https://bachtrack.com/22/270/list-published/2331, https://bachtrack.com/files/40598-jane-bachtrack.jpg, Bicket and The English Concert leave Carnegie Hall thrilled, To add a comment, please sign in or register. Bach conducted the Sanctus, in its first version, at the 1724 Christmas service in Leipzig, and re-used it in Christmas services in the mid-1740s. From the bold opening statement of the Kyrie, the chorus produced a full and well-balanced sound, with sensitivity that allowed the important moments in each part to shine through: the bass statement of the Lutheran plainchant in the Confiteor movement of the Credo rang out, and all parts stepped aside for the lovely first alto lead partway through the Sanctus. The Mass in B minor was not performed in its entirety in Bachâs lifetime. You may opt-out by. When it â¦ Discover more music, concerts, â¦ Glover presided over a performance that moved seamlessly from big choruses to quiet solos, marshaling her forces with both care and flair. Matthew Passionâ too was ardently and lovingly performedâ¦â âNew York Times, May 2007 âThis is Bach at its finest. Bass Matthew Rose produced a big sound but still managed to sound delightfully nimble in the runs. If 18-Year-Olds Can Fight For Their Country, They Should Be Able To Smoke A Cigarette. Listen free to Johann Sebastian Bach â Mass in B Minor (Mass in B Minor, Mass in B Minor and more). More info Buy tickets. She has performed as a soloist in Beethovenâs Symphony No. Nonetheless, it is musical and entertaining. One is used to fast tempos in Bach by now, and the performance of the St. Gallen J.S.Bach Stiftung’s new recording, led by Rudolf Lutz – with neither the reputation to go for breakneck speeds at all costs, nor the subjective feeling that that was the idea – didn’t strike me as rushed, much less record-setting. (Some of) The Best B Minor Mass Recordings Ever... Ok, so we've definitely missed some (the Harnoncourt and Leonhardt ones to name but a few), but we've been having a think about the best recordings of Bach's B Minor Mass and here are some of our suggestions: Drawing on decades of composition, including what he considered to be the most thematically relevant of his great cantatas, Bach created a masterpiece designed to endure for the ages. In the process, the HIP conductors have changed the way people tend to hear the work. 0.1 Introduction: Bach ïs Missa tota The work of a lifetime Bach ïs Mass in B minor (BWV 232) is the synthesis of his life ïs work. Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Conductor. EY & Citi On The Importance Of Resilience And Innovation, Impact 50: Investors Seeking Profit — And Pushing For Change, Michigan Economic Development Corporation With Forbes Insights. Bach. Superbly dramatic, effective far beyond its already considerable beauty, she manages to give that certain bit of je ne sais quoi that makes a voice stand out… she gets the nuances just right, she has a lovely way of building tension and caressing detail. Lo and behold, we have at our hands, for whatever it’s worth, the fastest recorded B-Minor Mass! And yet here it does. off Karl Richter’s benchmark 1962 account (Archiv) and six and eight minutes respectively the classic HIP recordings of John Eliot Gardiner’s (1985, Archiv - a classic) and Philippe Herreweghe’s second reading from 1996 (Harmonia Mundi). This performance also features a talk at 7:15 p.m. by Michael Marissen, Emeritus Professor of Music at Swarthmore College and author of such books as Bach & God. Sir Adrian Boult. I prepared these program notes for a performance of Bach's Mass in B Minor by the Combined Choruses and Orchestra of Furman University under the direction of Professor Bingham Vick, April 23, 2010.My sincere thanks to Dr. Vick for entrusting me with this privilege. The world could have ended and I wouldn’t have noticed. Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal. Keith Falkner. 30th anniversary of the Palau Chamber Chorus: Bach B minor mass . Join Music Director Ludovic Morlot and the Seattle Symphony and Chorale on March 14, 16 and 17 to experience Bachâs Mass in B minor. She lives in Durham and runs a local music listings, news and reviews site. Location: Mission, KS. The rest – up-and-coming tenor Daniel Johannsen (last reviewed in a St. Matthew Passion with the Vienna Academy Orchestra) and alto Alex Potter – fit in with that aforementioned uniform high standard of performance. Herbert von Karajan presented the B Minor Mass at the Salzburg Festival in 1961, and the performance recorded on August 20 of that year for later broadcast was released commercially in Italy in the mid 1980s . Bachâs most monumental work is the cornerstone and grand finale of the 2019 St. Louis Bach Festival. Really? Y1 - 2017/3/18. PROGRAM NOTES. Haile Gebrselassie would blench if he knew. One of the most profound and astounding spiritual testaments ever composed, Johann Sebastian Bachâs Mass in B minor is the summation of a lifetime of creating music. Female vocals. Find recording details and track inforamtion for Mass in B minor, for soloists,â¦ - Johann Sebastian Bach on AllMusic There are a few recent recordings of the B-minor Mass that have not come across my desk yet – Jonathan Cohen’s on hyperion, John Eliot Gardiner’s new recording on Soli Deo Gloria, Herreweghe III, Mortensen (on CPO) – and several that have… and with that caveat dangling, the St. Gallen Foundation’s recording is ascending to the top of my heap of B-Minor Masses. Despite its sheer scale and grandeur, Bach didn't even give the work a name, and exists only as a collection of itinerant manuscripts. âIt really feels â when you listen to this live â that you become immersed in it. Itâs also the culmination of one manâs great life of musical creativity, and a great personal statement of faith. His Agnus Dei solo, however, was on another level; his tone and subtle expressivity had me absolutely transfixed. Matthew Passionâ too was ardently and lovingly performedâ¦â âNew York Times, May 2007 âThis is Bach at its finest. A monumental piece of music at Notre-Dame de Paris, a monument of art history. His performance of the B Minor Mass is idiosyncratic in it's sound, in his choice of choral voices and in the nature of his interpretation. Armistice - Fall 2018 HANDEL ORATORIO SERIES On his visits to Dresden, Bach had won the regard of the Russian envoy, Hermann Karl, Reichsgraf (count)â¦ A Mini-Festival of concurrent events provides opportunities for immersion in the context of Bachâs artistic masterwork. Now a Grammy®-winning orchestra, Apolloâs Fire proudly presents Bachâs celebratory and exhilarating Mass in B Minor â never before heard on period instruments in Northeast Ohio. His second solo, Et in spiritum sanctum, was better than the earlier Quonium tu solus sanctus, perhaps as he settled into the Albert Hall’s vast space. Next. Bachâs Mass in B minor was described by its first publisher as âthe greatest musical work of art of all times and nationsâ. Bach, Mass in B minor, BWV232. performance of 'Mass in B minor' (musical performance) Listening experiences: 1550752998958: Performance of: Mass in B minor. Indeed, the 21 "historically informed performers" (HIP) who have recorded their B Minors join an even larger number of "mainstream" conductors in the record catalog. Composed over a span of 35 years, the Mass in B minor reveals the depth and breadth of the masterâs creativity and spiritual conviction. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. From the fluid opening to the touching end, this interpretation had me in its thrall all along, whistling, singing, and air-conducting along with joyous vigor. The Mass in B minor was not performed in its entirety in Bachâs lifetime. Frankly, I didn’t expect that much. All Rights Reserved, This is a BETA experience. Itâs also the culmination of one manâs great life of musical creativity, and a great personal statement of faith. I might still, but I’m not sure if Lutz & Co. may not have sneaked up there, as co-favorites. At various times I have worked with the CATO Institute, written for the Washington Post, contributed to Washington's Public Radio Station, and sold classical music at…. Concert review. Sara Jobin, a Grammy-nominated conductor, will lead us in select sections of the Mass the evening of Saturday, June 18, from 6-8:15 pm. Above all, it is highly communicative – even if your Latin is as remote in your educational history as it is in mine. Seattle Symphony and Choraleâs performance of Bachâs âMass in B Minorâ is gratifyingly good March 15, 2019 at 1:25 pm Updated March 15, 2019 at 2:14 pm In three deeply informed chapters, Stauffer considers the individual sections of the Mass--the Kyrie and Gloria, the Credo, and the Sanctus and Agnus Dei. The undoubted star of the whole evening was, however, countertenor Iestyn Davies. Juilliard users please authenticate. © 2010-2020 Bachtrack Ltd. All rights reserved. If anything, what is notable about this Mass, despite its timing, is how un-rushed it sounds. My favorite Mass in B-Minor is having the choice among so many wonderful and different recordings. The complete B Minor Mass was first heard in Leipzig, Germany, in 1859. The picture appears digitally remastered and is quite clear. Is Your Doctor Making Mistakes Because He Or She Is Too Tired? PY - 2017/3/18. This repeats the music from an earlier movement in the Gloria, and the English Concert’s first statement of it had given a hint then of the magnificence that was to follow. Junghänel had shaved almost 23 minutes (!) Event date: 20 May 2012. Soprano .  He clocked in at an unprecedented 1:40:27. Margaret Balfour. ER - Contralto. These slow Credo movements that describe Christ being made man and crucified were sung very simply, without any fuss, letting Bach’s gorgeous harmony speak for itself, although at this central moment there was unfortunately a slight loss of diction. Access to audio and video recordings is limited to authenticated members of the Juilliard Community. Southern Sinfonia perform Bach's B Minor Mass with The Bach Choir on 6th July at Winchester Cathedral to open the Winchester Festival, for more information please see our website. Guest lecturer Daniel R. Melamed, âPerforming Bachâs Mass in B Minor in an Age of Choices.â Tuesday, March 19, 7:30 p.m. Duesenberg Recital Hall Free admission Daniel R. Melamed is the author of âHearing Bachâs passions,â and âJ. (See also: The Real Top 10 Bach Recordings on Forbes and Bach's Mass in B-minor BWV 232 – a review of Veldhoven’s and Masaaki Suzuki’s recordings – on ionarts.) He must be having such a blast, singing Bach at such an exalted level for four decades. The Mass in B minor is as lofty in design, scope and expression as anything written by the hand of man. My favorite piece in the B-Minor mass, however, is one Iâll never sing in any performance Iâd want to be part of. Arnold Schering (in 1936) asserted that it was performed in Leipzig on April 26, 1733, when Augustus III of Poland visited the town, but modern scholars reject his argument for several reasons: Mass in B Minor, BWV 232. I will return to listen to it often. The âMass in B minorâ is actually a later All the more amazing, then, is that overall the Mass is as âdramatic in its effect as it is monumental, contributing to the impression of a work which seems to contain twice the amount of music that its duration would normally allow.â(8) This culmination of the 15-year effort of a man with deep religious and aesthetic convictions also â¦ It may be that Bach wished the Mass in B Minor to be regarded as a monument of his skill, for it is a work based much upon his earlier music, which he adapted and refined to meet a sacred purpose. Sampson and fellow soprano Joélle Harvey (making her Proms debut) blended beautifully in the Christe eleison duet, both voices light and clear, although I did struggle to hear them, even from the stalls. 3 (the concert was on June 24), and the Bach mass. Reviewed at Royal Albert Hall, London on 2 August 2012. AB - Bach, JS - Mass in B minor. I love the cantata recordings of the outfit, and extolled the virtues of their ongoing effort to record them all in a Forbes CD of the Week pick, using Volume 13 as an example. The first complete performance of the B Minor Mass in the USA was given in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, by The Bach Choir of Bethlehem, under the direction of its founder, Dr. J. Fred Wolle, in 1900. Click the video below to hear a complete performance of the B Minor Mass, given by the English Concert and a stellar team of soloists, led by Harry Bicket. Quite the opposite, his interpretation is one of the more organic I know. Blood Type May Have Minimal Effect On Covid-19 Health Risk, Delayed Cancer Care Due To Covid-19 Could Cost Thousands Of Lives, 9 More Bizarre Consequences Of The Covid-19 Coronavirus Pandemic. The new performance is on Gardiner's own Soli Deo Gloria label, and again features the conductor's Monteverdi Choir and English Baroque Soloists. The culmination of a triumphant season for Apolloâs Fire! He puts in his usual, impeccable contribution. The National Chorus. Completed in 1748, with individual parts composed and performed earlier. Professional altos often have warm, deep voices. This DVD has a picture format of NTSC color shot full-screen 4:3 with a region code of 0 worldwide. AU - Del Santo, Jean M. PY - 1990. Bach structured the work in four parts: Missa Symbolum Nicenum Sanctus Osanna, Benedictus, Agnus Dei et Dona nobis pacem The four sections of the â¦ I occasionally work with musicians, orchestras, and record labels on questions of repertoire and I am particularly interested in how to retain classical music as a living art form, not mere museum art. As so much of Bachâs music does, the Massâs many moments provide the perfect soundtrack for reflection, revelation, and aspiration, as indispensable now as ever. instruments: Bass (voice type) Choir. BACHâS B MINOR MASS. Keith Falkner. of 2. To oversimplify matters, letâs begin by pointing out that performance styles have changed in the past century. His performance of the B Minor Mass is idiosyncratic in it's sound, in his choice of choral voices and in the nature of his interpretation. There were plenty of vocal fireworks in this concert performance of Handel’s opera. The solo instrumental accompaniments to the arias were especially enjoyable, with the solo flutes, oboes, solo violin and horn all taking equal roles with the vocal parts. Trinity Lutheran Church. Concert. The fashion for reviving Mozart's teenage operas brings a vocally dazzling production of, Keeping music live, whatever it takes: Kings Place's Helen Wallace, Climbing a choral mountain: David Hayes of NYChoral interviewed, An Enduring Voice: The Sixteen's 40th anniversary choral pilgrimage reaches Durham, Royal Northern Sinfonia’s central European romance, Royal Northern Sinfonia struggles to find its Russian soul, Jane Shuttleworth is a choral singer and recorder player, and specialises in Renaissance, baroque and modern music. The National Chorus. When they do sustain high notes, it is an entirely different, more piercing and pure quality, than a soprano can achieve. Bachâs masterpiece, âMass in B Minor,â has left posterity struggling for superlatives to describe its scope and impact. As in all the other duets, there was an impressive degree of communication between the singers, and they took the trouble to direct their singing to all parts of the audience. Contralto. The Mass in B minor is as lofty in design, scope and expression as anything written by the hand of man. Included in this collection are documents related to Schenkerâs work on Bachâs Mass in B Minor, the most prominent of which is a review of a performance by the Berlin â¦ Also: I want Klaus Mertens’ life. …was, for many years, Konrad Junghänel’s with the Cantus Cölln, on Harmonia Mundi. Guest soloists include soprano Sherezade Panthaki, sponsored by Greg and Alayne Smith, mezzo-soprano Meg Bragle, tenor Lawrence Jones and  All three land around the 1 hour and 42 minutes mark. Bach - Mass in B minor (John Eliot Gardiner) - 2015 Bach conducted individual sections that were later added to the mass, but the work as a whole was not performed in his lifetime, nor during the lifetime of his son Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, who inherited the â¦ And boy did it sound fast! The Mass in B minor is Johann Sebastian Bach's only setting of the complete Latin text of the Ordinarium missae. BACH'S MASS IN B MINOR (performance 1: St Stephen's) - The grand complexity, sublime beauty, and inherent solemnity of Bach's great Mass in B Minor has for centuries established this work as one of the composer's finest liturgical and musical achievements. T1 - Bach, Mass in B Minor. Harry Bicket, conducting and playing harpsichord, took most of the work at a fairly steady speed; this worked well in such a big venue, and allowed us to savour all the details of Bach’s orchestral writing. (And if there were an Olympic gold medal for brass trills, it would have been won easily tonight.) His long, breathless phrasing in the Qui sedes was mesmerising, and he blended nicely with Joélle Harvey in their duet. That may work well for the cantatas, where one is less prone to make direct comparisons but it isn’t necessarily the recipe for success in one of the grandest and most-recorded works of the musical canon. Bach's Mass in B minor. The tempi did pick up considerably in the fast fugal choral passages, which sparkled and danced: the semiquaver runs were immaculately smooth; the tricky bass passage on “Et iterum venturus est” was simply heroic; and the Baroque trumpets added extra glitter throughout without ever overpowering the choir. Frank Titterton. The Mass in B Minor did not assume its final form until Bach's last years, perhaps by 1748. J.S. Performing edition and direction by PS with Yorkshire Bach Choir and Yorkshire Baroque Soloists in St Michael le Belfrey, York. On Friday, July 1 at 8 pm in Warner Concert Hall, the Oberlin Baroque Performance Institute will close its faculty concerts with a masterwork by a titan of Western culture: J.S. In any case, I am enthralled. However, the building was not completed until 1751, and Bach's death in July 1750 prevented his Mass from being submitted for use at the dedication. M3 - Performance. âBy all accounts the chorus remains as vital an institution as everâ¦The B-Minor Mass performance was rousing, committed and touchingâ¦Bachâs âSt. TY - ADVS. 6 tracks (31:18). Other articles where Mass in B Minor is discussed: Johann Sebastian Bach: Instrumental works: â¦âKyrieâ and âGloriaâ of the Mass in B Minor, written in 1733, were also dedicated to the elector, but the rest of the Mass was not put together until Bachâs last years. Bach’s Mass in B minor was described by its first publisher as “the greatest musical work of art of all times and nations”. Such an important and well-loved work as this places huge extra demands on performers, and Harry Bicket and the orchestra and choir of The English Concert rose admirably to the challenge with a stellar performance last night at the BBC Proms. Palau de la Música, Barcelona. performers: Elsie Suddaby. At various times I have worked with the CATO Institute, written for the Washington Post, contributed to Washington's Public Radio Station, and sold classical music at Tower Records. The problem for any bass soloist in a period performance of the B minor Mass is that all eyes and ears are drawn to the natural horn accompaniment of the Quonium, played here by Ursula Paludan Monberg, who produced a crisp and well-controlled sound. Drawing on decades of composition, including what he considered to be the most thematically relevant of his great cantatas, Bach created a masterpiece designed to endure for the ages. Bach, who performed the Credo alone (but with his own introduction and elaborations) toward the end of his own life in 1786. Tenor. Again available only in monaural sound, the performance features an especially fine battalion of soloists. Event date: 20 May 2012. Gardiner revisits the work, some thirty years after his initial recording for Deutsche Grammophon Archiv. From a quiet and controlled beginning, the music slowly uncoiled in a sinuous, organic whole, growing and flowering until it reached its climax with the final blaze of trumpets, concluding what was, for me, a near flawless performance. Bach composed his Mass in B minor around 1748â49, a year before his death in 1750. For three decades, from 1939 -- â¦ Though some may wish to qualify NaegeliÍs statement, the Mass is one of â¦ Bach: Mass in B minor Mass in B minor, for soloists, chorus & orchestra, BWV 232 (BC E1) Wish list. Sigiswald Kuijken (Challenge Classics, 2008) and Jonathan Butt (Linn, 2009), and Herreweghe again (Phi, 2012, his third recording) have since come close, but not quite. The work of a lifetime Bachïs Mass in B minor(BWV 232) is the synthesis of his lifeïs work. The solo parts were taken by a quintet of young Baroque specialists, with Carolyn Sampson a late replacement for Malin Christensson. In the interview in the liner notes he also, ironically but plausibly, pleads a case for moderate tempos. Johann Sebastian Bachâs Mass in B minor is regarded by many as one of the supreme achievements of Western classical music. Rihab Chaieb, Mezzo-soprano. N2 - Bach, JS - Mass in B minor. 1 st performance of Sanctus: December 25, 1725 - Leipzig; 2 nd performance of Sanctus: 1726-1727 ... Mass in B minor BWV 232 - conducted by Claudio Abbado Mass in B minor BWV 232 - conducted by Anonymous Conductor Mass in B minor BWV 232 - conducted by Georg Christoph Biller If you would like to see a copy of Bachâs own manuscript of the Mass in B Minor click here. For an essay on the late-romantic composer Hans Rott in Listen Magazine I won a 2012 ASCAP Deems Taylor Award. Location: Mission, KS. My bent is libertarian, my background European, my passion classical music and its economics. A concert performance of Handel's not-quite-an-opera proves a hit on tour in New York. Tenor Ed Lyon was up against the beautifully clear flute section in the Benedictus, and like Rose, he got better as the evening went on, blossoming into a relaxed and silky tone. Indeed, the 21 "historically informed performers" (HIP) who have recorded their B Minors join an even larger number of "mainstream" conductors in the record catalog. But short of chickening out, I would have hitherto pointed to Jos van Veldhoven’s recording (Challenge Classics, 2006) as the go-to pick. Could A ‘Morality Pill’ Help Stop The Covid-19 Pandemic? Bicket obviously wanted to give us a moment of silence at the end, which would have been nice, but the audience were having none of it, erupting into enthusiastic applause almost before the last note finished. Even without stage machinery or sets, The English Concert’s performance of Handel’s. BBC Symphony Orchestra. Program notes on the B Minor Mass by Douglas Bush In 1817 the Swiss critic Hans-Georg Naegeli praised BachÍs Mass in B Minor as "the greatest work of music in all ages and of all people." Though some may wish to qualify NaegeliÍs statement, the Mass is one of the greatest monuments in western art music. Insights into the great Mass in B Minor were provided in thoughtful and detailed program notes written by Jennifer More. Bicket and Davies brought the Agnus Dei to a beautifully quiet close and gave us a tantalisingly long pause before unfurling the powerful Dona nobis pacem chorus that closes the work. The first complete rendition, albeit of separate sections spread out over several years, is thought to have begun in 1811 by the Berlin Singakademie. Bas liked this post Nov-05-2013, 09:27 #11. Itullian. The Mass has also withstood widely varied performance styles. Itâs the Agnus Dei. There were also some sensitive dynamic contrasts, such as a lovely diminuendo partway through the Gratias agimus tibi, and the woodwind interlude after the first Kyrie was soft and mellow. Though it does start in that key, a very rare and difficult key at the time, the main key is D major. Posted by Southern Sinfonia at Kimy McLaren, Soprano. Lo and behold, we have at our hands, for whatever it’s worth, the fastest recorded B-Minor Mass! Find recording details and track inforamtion for Mass in B minor, for soloists,â¦ - Johann Sebastian Bach on AllMusic Female vocals. J.S. A wonderful question which, Iâd argue, admits of no single answer. And boy did it sound fast! Towards the end of his life, mainly in 1748 and 1749, he finished composing new sections and compiling it into a complex, unified structure.
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