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Recordings & Discussions of Cantatas: Cantatas BWV 1-50 | Cantatas BWV 51-100 | Cantatas BWV 101-150 | Cantatas BWV 151-200 | Cantatas BWV 201-224 | Cantatas BWV Anh | Order of Discussion

Cantata BWV 68
Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt

Ref.

BWV 68

German Title

Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt

English Title

God so loved the world (by Richard Stokes)

Event

Cantata for Whit Monday [2nd Day of Pentecost]
Readings: Epistle: Acts 10: 42-48; Gospel: John 3: 16-21
Musical Context: Motets & Chorales for Pentecost Festival

Composed

Leipzig, 1725
1st performance: May 21, 1725 - Leipzig
2nd performance: 1735-1740 - Leipzig

Text

Christiane Mariane von Ziegler (Mvts. 2-4); Salomo Liscow (Mvt. 1); John 3: 18 (Mvt. 5)

Text: German-1 | German-6 | NBA Text
Translations: Catalan-1 | Chinese-2 | Dutch-4 | English-1 | English-3I | English-3P | English-6 | English-10 | French-1 | French-4 | French-6 | Hebrew-1 | Hungarian-1 | Indonesian-1 | Italian-2 | Japanese-2 | Japanese-6 | Portuguese-1 | Russian-1 | Russian-3 | Spanish-4 | Spanish-7

Scoring

Soloists: Soprano, Bass; 4-part Chorus
Orchestra: 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, 2 oboes, taille, horn, 2 violins, violoncello piccolo, viola, continuo
Mvt. 1: Chorus (Chorale) | Mvt. 2: Aria [S] | Mvt. 3: Recitative [B] | Mvt. 4: Aria [B] | Mvt. 5: Chorus

Score Vocal & Piano [1.94 MB] | Score BGA [2.78 MB]
Capella: Mvt. 2 [cap]
Reduced Instrumentation: Complete Cantata [15:00] | Mvt. 1: Chorus (Chorale) [5:00] | Mvt. 2: Aria [S] [2:15]

References

BGA: XVI | NBA: I/14 | BC: A 86 | Zwang: K 125 | First Published: BG, 1868 | Autograph score (facsimile): ? | Provenance

Commentary

English: BCW | Crouch | AMG | Emmanuel Music | Mincham
EvH [Dutch] | BK [Dutch] | HT [Dutch] | Role [French] | Japanese-2 | Reyes [Spanish]

Music

Music Examples

Discussions

Week of March 30, 2003; Week of June 10, 2007; Week of February 20, 2011; Week of May 24, 2015

Contents

 

Complete Recordings
Recordings of Individual Movements

Discussions - Part 1 (1st round)
Discussions - Part 2 (2nd round)
Discussions - Part 3
Discussions - Part 4 (3rd round)

John Eliot Gardiner - Bach Cantata Pilgrimage - Vol. 26
Cantatas Vol. 14 - conducted by Ton Koopman

Discography - Part 1

Complete Recordings

1

Bach: Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt, BWV 68 (Radio Recording 8)

 

Cantata BWV 68 (incomplete) [12:58]

Karl Straube

Thomanerchor Leipzig / Stadt- und Gewandhausorchester Leipzig

Bass: Oskar Laßner
Organ: Günther Ramin; Harpsichord: Friedbert Sammler; Violin: Edgar Wollgandt; Cello: Hans Münch-Holland; Oboes: Walter Heinze, Karl Biebl; English Horn: Friedrich Rein

RRG-Aufnahme DRA-B003494215

1931

Tape: TT: 12:58

Recordings of radio live broadcasts of the radio programme "Die Bach-Kantate" from the years 1931/1932, live broadcast of the Mitteldeutschen Rundfunk-AG from the Conference Hall of the Grassi Museum, Leipzig and from mid-November 1931 from the Concert Hall of the First New Gewandhaus, Leipzig, Saxony, Germany.

2

J.S. Bach: Cantata N °68 (BWV 68) "Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt"; Cantata N °70 (BWV 70) "Wachet! betet! betet! wachet!" [C-7]

 

Cantata BWV 68 [20:30]

Kurt Thomas

Kantorei der Dreikönigskirche Frankfurt / Orchestra of the Collegium Musicum

Soprano: Ingeborg Reichelt; Bass: Erich Wenk

London Éditions de L'Oiseau-Lyre OL-50151
L'Oiseau-Lyre OLLD-164

1952

LP / TT: 47:10
CD / TT:

Recorded in Frankfurt am Main, Hesse, Germany.
1st recording of Cantata BWV 68 by K. Thomas.

3

Radio Recording - Archiv-Nr: 00-73103 [R-6]

 

Cantata BWV 68 [18:15]

Max Thurn

NDR-Chor / NDR Sinfonieorchester

Soprano: Ingeborg Reichelt; Bass: Friedrich Härtel
Johannes Schlömer (Oboe); Schneider, August (Violine); Wolfram Hentschel (Violoncello piccolo); Gerhard Gregor (Organ)

Norddeutsche Rundfunk in Hamburg

May 25-26, 1954

Tape / TT:

Recorded in Hamburg, Germany.

4

J.S. Bach: Kantate Nr. 68, Kantate Nr. 111 [L-3]
Bach: Kantaten · Cantatas BWV 4, BWV 11, BWV 68 [C-1]
Bach Made in Germany Vol. 2 - Cantatas I (BWV 4, 11, 68)

 

Cantata BWV 68 [18:58]

Kurt Thomas

Thomanerchor Leipzig / Gewandhausorchester Leipzig

Soprano: Elisabeth Grümmer; Bass: Theo Adam
Karl Suske (Violin); Helmut Rucker, Helmut Böhme (Flutes); Peter Fischer (Oboe); Helmut Weimann (Violoncello); Willi Neumann (Double-bass); Hannes Kästner (Organ)

Eterna 820210
Odeon 80609 / E-80609
Electrola STE-80609
Berlin Classics 009201-2BC
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Leipzig Classics 001813-2BC

May 30-Jun 3, 1960

LP / TT: 41:08
LP / TT: 41:08
LP / TT: 41:08
CD / TT: 74:03
MP3 / TT: 73:48
CD / TT: 74:03

Recorded at Thomaskirche, Leipzig, Saxony, Germany.
Recording Producer: Dieter Gerhard Worm. Balance Engineer, Recording Engineer & Editing: SRK. Newly, digitally remastered by Artephon Musikproduktion GmbH, Berlin.
2nd recording of Cantata BWV 68 by K. Thomas.
Listen on YouTube: Cantata BWV 68: Mvt. 2: Aria [S] [4:45]
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5

Les Grandes Cantates de J.S. Bach Vol. 14
J.S. Bach: Cantata No. 68, Cantata No. 98, Cantata No. 53 [L-14]
J.S. Bach: Cantatas BWV 7, 11, 30, 68, 104 [C-5]
Bach Cantatas:
Volume 1

 

Cantata BWV 68 [19:32]

Fritz Werner

Heinrich-Schütz-Chor Heilbronn / Pforzheim Chamber Orchestra

Soprano: Agnes Giebel; Bass: Jakob Stämpfli
Violin: Gyoergy Terebesi; Oboe: Pierre Pierlot, Jaques Chambon; Bassoon: Amaury Wallez; Violoncello: Jacoba Muckel; Organ, Harpsichord: Eva Hoelderlin

Erato STE-50181
Erato STU-70181
Musical Heritage Society MHS-1001
Erato 0630-12978-2
Erato 2584-61401-2

Jun 1963

LP / TT: 44:35
LP / TT: 44:35
LP / TT: 44:35
2-CD / TT: 140 min
10-CD / TT: 741:36

Recorded in Ilsfeld, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
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6

J.S. Bach: Erschallet, ihr Lieder, Kantate BWV 172; Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt, Kantate BWV 68 [L-1]
J.S. Bach : 2 Cantates Pour La Pentecote BWV 68 et BWV 172
[L-1]
J.S. Bach: “Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt”, Cantata BWV 68; “Erschallet, ihr Lieder”, Cantata BWV 172
[L-1]
J.S. Bach: Cantatas 68 / 76 / 80 [C-1]

 
 

Cantata BWV 68 [17:50 / 17:45 / 17:20]

Klaus Martin Ziegler

Vocalensemble Kassel / Deutsche Bachsolisten

Soprano: Ursula Buckel; Bass: Jakob Stämpfli
Heinz Zickler, Herbert Thal, Fritz Kelber (Trumpets); Friedel Scherz (Timpani); Erich Penzel (Horn); Edward H. Tarr (Zink); Helmuth Schmitt, Günter Gratzig, Kurt Pederowitz (Trombones); Helmut Winschermann (Oboe); Peter Adamczyk (Oboe d’amore): Gernot Schmaluß (English Horn); Helman Jung (Bassoon); Ernst Meyer-Schierning (Viuolin); Sibylle Funcke (Viola pomposa); Jacoba Muckel (Violoncello); Klaus Kuchelmeister (Double-bass); Rüdiger Nitzschke (Organ positiv)

Cantate 651220
SDG 610114
Jalons de la Musique Sacrée JMS-727
Nonesuch H-71256
Baroque Music Club BACH-723

Apr 1966

LP / TT: 41:37
LP / TT: 41:37
LP / TT: 41:37
LP / TT: 41:28
CD / TT: 79:55

Recorded at the Neustädter Kirche in Hofgeismar near Kassel, Hesse, West Germany.
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7

Bach Festival 37th Annual Baldwin-Wallace College: Second concert [F37-2]

 

Cantata BWV 68 []

George Poinar

College Choir / Festival Symphony Orchestra, Festival String Orchestra.

Soprano: Karen Altman; Baritone: Dominic Cossa
Jean Clymer (Harpsichord); Warren Berryman (Organ)

Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory of Music BW Tape 69-10b

May 23, 1969

2-MC / TT:

Recorded live at Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, Ohio, USA.
Source: WorldCat Libraries & OPAL (Ohio Private Academic Library)

8

Bach Cantatas Vol. 3 - Ascension Day, Whitsun, Trinity

 

Cantata BWV 68 [17:52]

Karl Richter

Münchener Bach-Chor / Münchener Bach-Orchester

Soprano: Edith Mathis; Bass: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
Manfred Clement, Robert Eliscú (Oboe I/II); Andrea Schwinn (English Horn); Christoph Brandt (Horn); Ingo Sinnhoffer (Violin); Fritz Kiskalt (Violoncello)
Continuo: Fritz Kiskalt, Johannes Fink (Violoncellos); Herbert Duft (Double-bass); Karl Kolbinger (Bassoon); Hedwig Bilgram, Elmar Schloter (Organ); Hedwig Bilgram (Harpsichord)

Archiv Produktion 439380-2
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May 1974; Jan 1975

6-CD / TT: 384:33
MP3 / TT: 382:44

Recorded at Herkules-Saal, Munich, Bavaria, Germany.
Production: Dr. Gerd Ploebsch / Helen Kuzaj; Balance Engineer: Hans-Peter Schweigmann.
Listen on YouTube: Cantata BWV 68: Complete Cantata [17:52]
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9

J.S. Bach: Das Kantatenwerk · Complete Cantatas · Les Cantates, Folge / Vol. 17 (BWV 65-68)
J.S. Bach: Das Kantatenwerk - Sacred Cantatas
Vol. 4 (BWV 61-78)
Bach-2000
Vol. 2: Sacred Cantatas 2 (BWV 48-52, 54-69, 69a, 70-99)
Bach: Cantatas / Kantaten
Vol. 21 (BWV 67-69 & 69a)

 
 
 

Cantata BWV 68 [16:49]

Nikolaus Harnoncourt

Tölzer Knabenchor (Chorus Master: Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden) / Concentus Musicus Wien

Boy Soprano: Peter Jelosits (Soloist of the Wiener Sängerknaben); Bass: Ruud van der Meer
CMW: Cornett: Ralph Bryant; Natural Horns: Othmar Barger, Hermann Bohrer; Trombones: Hans Pöttler, Ernst Hofmann, Horst Küblbock; Oboes: Jürg Schaeftlein, David Reichenberg; Taille: Paul Hailperin;
Violins: Alice Harnoncourt, Walter Pfeiffer, Peter Schoberwalter, Wilhelm Mergl, Anita Mitterer [BWV 68/1,5], Veronika Schmidt [BWV 68/1,5]; Viola: Kurt Theiner; Bassoons: Otto Fleischmann; Violoncello Piccolo: Nikolaus Harnoncourt; Violoncello: Nikolaus Harnoncourt; Violone: Eduard Hruza; Organ: Herbert Tachez

Telefunken 6.35335
Teldec 8.35335 ZL & 242 571-2
Teldec 4509-91758-2
=
Teldec 3984-25707-2
Teldec 8573-81194-2
Warner Classics 8573-81194-5

May 13 & Jun 27+29, 1975

2-LP / TT: 78 min
2-CD / TT: 77:45
6-CD / TT: / 389:16
6-CD / TT: 389:26
MP3 / TT: 388:31
15-CD / TT: 963:00
CD / TT: 61:03
CD / TT: 61:03
MP3 / TT: 61:14

Recorded at Casino Zögernitz, Vienna, Austria.
Listen on YouTube: Cantata BWV 68: Complete Cantata [16:46] | Complete Cantata [16:58] | Mvt. 1: Chorus [5:58] | Mvt. 2: Aria [S] [5:12] | Mvt. 2: Aria [S] [4:06]
Cantatas BWV 67, BWV 68, BWV 69, BWV 69a [61:03]
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10

Die Bach Kantate Vol. 37 (Cantatas BWV 173, 68, 184)
Edition Bachakademie Vol. 22 (Cantatas BWV 68-70)

 
 

Cantata BWV 68 [17:17]

Helmuth Rilling

Gächinger Kantorei Stuttgart / Bach-Collegium Stuttgart

Soprano: Arleen Augér; Bass: Philippe Huttenlocher
Bernhard Schmid (Horn); Hans Wolf (Trumpet); Gerhard Cichos (Alto Trombone); Hans Kuhner (Tenor Trombone); Hans Rückert (Bass Trombone); Ingo Goritzki, Fumiaki Miyamoto, Klaus Kärcher (Oboe); Dietmar Keller (Oboe da caccia); Kurt Etzold (Bassoon); Walter Forchert (Concert-master); Martin Ostertag (Continuo Cello); Thomas Lom (Double-bass); Hans-Joachim Erhard (Harpsichord, Positive Organ)

Hänssler 98.890
Hänssler 92.022
=

Dec 1980; Mar-Apr 1981

CD / TT: 56:59
CD / TT: 64:15
MP3 / TT: 64:05

Recorded at Gedächtniskirche Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Recording: Tonstudio Teije van Geest, Heidelberg; Recording Supervision: Richard Hauck.
Listen on YouTube: Cantatas BWV 68, BWV 69, BWV 70 [HD: 64:13]
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11

Bach: Kantaten BWV 172, BWV 68 [L-10]
Bach Kantaten: BWV 172, BWV 68, BWV 1
[C-2]
Bach Made in Germany Vol. 4 -
Cantatas II

Cantata BWV 68 [16:13]

Hans-Joachim Rotzsch

Thomanerchor Leipzig / Neues Bachisches Collegium Musicum

Soprano: Arleen Augér; Bass: Theo Adam
Ludwig Güttler (Trumept I & Soprano Horn); Kurt Sandau (Trumpet II); Heinz Stiefel (Trumpet III); Karl Mehlig (Timpani); Gerhard Eßbach (Narrow-bore Alto Trombone); Karl Semsch (Narrow-bore Tenor Trombone); Rolf Bachmann (Narrow-bore Bass Trombone); Günter Heidrich (Oboe I); Hans-Ludwig Mörchen (Oboe II); Axel Schmidt (English Horn); Eberhard Palm (Violin); Siegfried Pank (Violoncello Piccolo)
Continuo: Burkhard Schmidt (Violoncello); Achim Beyer (Double-bass); Gerd Schulze (Bassoon); Walter-Heinz Bernstein (Organ)

Eterna 827517
Berlin Classics 0021502BC
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Leipzig Classics 0018252BC

Jan-Feb, Apr 1981

LP / TT:
CD / TT: 59:58
MP3 / TT: 59:46
CD / TT: 59:58

Recorded at Paul-Gerhardt-Kirche, Leipzig, Germany. Recording Producer: Reimar Bluth; Balance Engineer: Eberhard Richter. Recording Enginneer: Horst-Dieter Käppler. Editing: Annelene Dziengel.
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12

J.S. Bach: Cantate Gott soll allein mein Herze haben BWV 169; Cantate Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt BWV 68 [C-1]

 

Cantata BWV 68 [16:17]

Gerard Akkerhuis

Residentie Bachkoor / Residentie Bachorkest

Soprano: Jitske Steendam; Baritone: Ruud van der Meer

Globe Records

1982

LP / TT: 41:00

Recorded in The Hague, the Netherlands.

13

»50 Bach-Kantaten aufgeführt in japanischer Sprache« Vol. 9

Cantata BWV 68 [18:51] - sung in Japanese translation by Emiko Ohmura

Emiko Ohmura

Bach-Chor Tokyo / Tokyo Cantata Chamber Orchestra

Soprano: Konomi Nagoya; Bass: Keiichi Usami; Organ: Miyako Kusama

Bach-Chor Tokyo BACHCD 09

May 25, 1991

CD / TT: 56:15

Recorded at live at Ishibashi Memorial Hall, Tokyo, Japan.
Source: J.S. Bach: »50 Bach-Kantaten aufgeführt in japanischer Sprache« Vols. 1-20: CD

14

J.S. Bach: Cantatas with Violoncelle Piccolo, Vol. 3 (Cantatas BWV 41, 6, 68)
J.S. Bach: Cantatas with Violoncelle Piccolo
[B-1]
Bach: Cantatas
[B-2]

 
 
 

Cantata BWV 68 [16:14]

Christophe Coin (Violoncello piccolo & Direction)

Chœur de Chambre Accentus (Direction: Laurence Equilbey) / Ensemble Baroque de Limoges

Soprano: Barbara Schlick; Bass: Gotthold Schwarz
Violins: Irene Trol [Premiere], David Amodio, Suzan Cantrick, Ursula Rostschak, Sylvia Iberer, Jean Daniel Rist, Isabelle Serrano, Riccardo Vartolo, Gertrud Weinmeister, Fabrizio Zanella, Léonard Zanstra; Violas: Pierre Franck, Eckhard Kahle; Violoncello: Bruno Cocset, Alix Verzier; Double-bass: Richard Myron; Organ [G. Silbermann, 1737]: Willem Jansen; Oboes: ChristiaMoreaux, Patrick Beaugiraud, Olivier Clemence [Taille]; Cornett: Jean Tubéry

Auvidis Astrée E-8555
Naïve E-8918
Auvidis Astrée
Naïve

Oct 1995

CD / TT: 62:20
CD / TT: 62:20
3-CD / TT: 198:51
4-CD / TT: 260:50

Recorded at Ponitz Kirche, Thüringen, Germany.
Recording: Pere Casulleras.
Listen on YouTube: Cantata BWV 68: Complete Cantata [HD: 15:54] | Mvt. 1: Chorus [2:47]
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15

J.S. Bach: Kantáták és motetták [C-1]

Cantata BWV 68 []

Soma Dinyés

Ars Longa Choir & Orchestra (Ars Longa Ének és Zenekar)

Soprano: Sylvia Hamvasi (as Szilvia Hamvasi); Bass: Pál Benkő

Allegro Thaler MZA-017

1997

CD / TT 55:44

Recorded at Szent Anna-templom, Budapest. Hungary.
Source: Corvina könyvtári katalógus v3.6.14 | The A:N:S Chorus: Pál Benkő
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16

Bach Cantatas Vol. 26: Long Melford
For Whit Sunday (BWV 172, 59, 74, 34)
For Whit Monday (BWV 173, 68, 174)

 
 
1.  
2.

Cantata BWV 68 [13:45]

John Eliot Gardiner

Monteverdi Choir / English Baroque Soloists

Soprano: Lisa Larsson; Bass: Panajotis Iconomou
MC: Sopranos: Suzanne Flowers, Gillian Keith, Emma Preston-Dunlop, Katharine Fuge, Elisabeth Priday, Rachel Wheatley; Altos: Elinor Carter, Mark Chambers, Angus Davidson, Charles Humphries; Tenors: Peter Butterfield, Rory O'Connor, Paul Tindall, Nicolas Robertson; Basses: Julian Clarkson, Charles Pott, Robert Evans, Michael McCarthy
EBS: Violins 1: Kati Debretzeni, Penelope Spencer, Sarah Bealby-Wright, Matthew Truscott, Deirdre Ward; Violins 2: Lucy Howard, Rebecca Livermore, Desmond Heath, Stephen Jones; Violas: Annette Isserlis, Kate Heller, Penelope Veryard, Pamela Cresswell; Cellos: David Watkin, Ruth Alford, Lynden Cranham, Marilyn Sansom; Double-bass: Cecelia Bruggemeyer; Oboes: Michael Niesemann, James Eastaway, Mark Baigent; Bassoon: Ursula Leveaux; Cornett: Michael Harrison; Alto Sackbut: Adam Woolf; Tenor Sackbut: Abigail Newman; Bass Sackbut: Stephen Saunders; Harpsichord: Silas John Standage; Organ: Howard Moody

Soli Deo Gloria SDG-121
=

Jun 12, 2000

2-CD / TT: 117:40
MP3 / TT: 114:55

Live recording from the Bach Cantata Pilgrimage, at Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford, England.
Producer: Isabella de Sabata; Balance Engineer: Jean-Marie Geijsen (Polyhymnia); Recording Engineers: Carl Schuurbries (Polyhymnia), Mario Nozza (Eurosound); Tape Editor: Lentje Mooij; Edition by Reinhold Kubik, published by Breitkopf & Härtel; Series Executive Producer: Isabella de Sabata.
See: John Eliot Gardiner - Bach Cantata Pilgrimage - Vol. 26
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17

Bach Edition Vol. 21 - Cantatas Vol. 12

 
 

Cantata BWV 68 [16:53]

Pieter Jan Leusink

Holland Boys Choir / Netherlands Bach Collegium

Soprano: Marjon Strijk; Bass: Bas Ramselaar
HBC: Trebles: Jelle Stocker, Gerwin Zwep, Anne Jan Leusink, Herjan Pullen, Hans van Roset, Aalt Jan van Roest, Tanny Koomen, Claude Paulinck, Erik Guldenaar, Nicky Westerink, Peter van der Kolk; Counter-tenors: Arjan Dokter, Gerald Engeltjes, Vincent Groeneveld, Jan Zwerver, Arjen Nap, Jan Willem Prins, Arjan Heikoop; Tenors: Martinus Leusink, Cor van Twillert, Marijn Takken, Peter Bloemendaal; Basses: Jeroen Assink, Edwin Smit, Jim Groenevald, Sebastian Holz, Klaas Alberts, Richard Guldenaar, Huib van Hinsbergen
NBC: Violins: John Wilson Meyer (Concert-master, BWV 68/2), Laura Johnson, Pieter Affourtit, Elin Eriksson, Mimi Michell, Annabelle Ferdinand, Rachel Beesley, Antoinette Lohmann, Alida Schat; Violas: Jan Willem Vis, Simon Murphy, Örsze Adam, Marten Boeken; Violoncellos: Frank Wakelkamp, Bas van Hengel; Violoncello Piccolo: Frank Wakelkamp [BWV 68/2]; Double-bass: Maggie Urquhart, Robert Franenberg, Jan Hollestelle; Oboes: Peter Frankenberg [BWV 68/1,2,4,5], Diego Nadra [BWV 68/1,5], Kristin Linde [BWV 68/4], Nico de Gier [BWV 68/1,4,5]; Bassoons: Trudy van der Wulp, Norbert Kunst; Natural Trumpets: Susan Williams, William Wroth, Frank Anepool, Geerten Rooze, Hendrik Jan Houtsma; Natural Horns: Teunis van der Zwart, Erwin Wieringa; Organ: Rien Voskuilen, Vaughan Schlepp, Stephen Taylor

Brilliant Classics 99380

Jun-Jul 2000

5-CD / TT: 332:53

Recorded at St. Nicolaschurch, Elburg, the Netherlands.
Production Manager: Christine Schreuder; Artistic Director: Pieter Jan Leusink; Recording: Clavigram, Leerdam; Producer/Editing: Jean van Vugt; Balance & Recording Engineer, Editing: Louis van Emmerk.
Listen on YouTube: Cantata BWV 68: Mvt.1: Chorus & Mvt. 2: Aria [S] [9:01] | Mvt. 1: Chorus [5:13]
Cantatas BWV 148, BWV 174, BWV 112, BWV 68 [69:07] | Cantatas BWV 148, BWV 174, BWV 112, BWV 68 [69:07]
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18

J.S. Bach: Complete Cantatas Vol. 14
J.S. Bach: Whitsun Cantatas (Single Volume Cantatas Vol. 11)

 
 
 
 

Cantata BWV 68 [14:58]

Ton Koopman

Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir (Chorus Master: UIrike Grösch)

Soprano: Deborah York; Bass: Klaus Mertens
ABO Soloists: Alfredo Bernardini (Oboe; Margaret Faultless (Violin); Kati Debrezeni (Violin); Jonathan Manson (Violoncello, Violoncello piccolo); Ton Koopman (Organ)
ABC: Sopranos: Els Bongers, Mariëtte Bastiaansen, Henriette Feith, Vera Lansink, Orlanda Velez Isidro; Altos: Annemieke Cantor, Stephen Carter, Hugo Naessens, Peter de Groot, Carla Schaap; Tenors: Otto Bouwknegt, Andreas Gisler, Henk Gunneman, Joost van der Linden, Geraint Roberts; Basses: Julian Clarkson, Matthijs Mesdag, René Steur, Hans Wijers
ABO: Violins: Margaret Faultless, Marc Cooper, Kati Debrezeni, Foskien Kooistra, Marshall Marcus, Fanny Pestalozzi, David Rabinovich, Alida Schat, Sebastiaan van Vucht; Violas: Martin Kelly, Jane Rogers; Violoncellos: Jonathan Manson, Robbie Jacobs; Double-bass: Nicholas Pap; Oboes: Alfredo Bernardini, Michel Henry, Ann Valancker; Horn: Andrew Clark; Trombones: Sue Addison, Franck Poitrineau, Tim Beck; Cornett: William Dongois; Trumpets: Stephen Keavy, Jonathan Impett, James Ghigi; Timpani: Luuk Nagtegaal; Bassoon: Wouter Verschuren; Lute: Mike Fentrose; Continuo: Fabio Bonizzoni, Matthew Halls, Ton Koopman [recitatives & arias]

Antoine Marchand CC-72214
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Antoine Marchand CC-72290
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Mar 5-16, 2001

3-CD / TT: 205.31
MP3 / TT: 204:55
CD / TT: 68:41
MP3 / TT: 68:16

Recorded at Waalse Kerk, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Producer: Tini Mathot; Sound Engineer & Editing: Adriaan Verstijnen; Production Coordination: Willemijn Mooij.
See: Cantatas Vol. 14 - conducted by Ton Koopman
Listen on YouTube: Cantatas BWV 64, BWV 65, BWV 66, BWV 67, BWV 68 [HD: 86:47]
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J.S. Bach: Cantatas Vol. 39 - Cantatas from Leipzig 1725 (BWV 28, 68, 85, 175, 183)

 
 

Cantata BWV 68 [13:28]

Masaaki Suzuki

Bach Collegium Japan

Soprano: Carolyn Sampson; Bass: Peter Kooy
Chorus: Sopranos: Carolyn Sampson, Minae Fujisaki, Yoshie Hida; Altos: Robin Blaze, Hiroya Aoki, Tamaki Suzuki; Tenors: Gerd Türk, Hiroto Ishikawa, Yosuke Taniguchi; Basses: Peter Kooy, Daisuke Fujii, Yusuke Watanabe
Orchestra: Horn: Toshio Shimada; Oboe 1: Masamitsu San'nomiya; Oboe 2: Yukari Maehashi; Taille: Atsuko Ozaki; Violins 1: Natsumi Wakamatsu [Leader, BWV 68/2 solo], Paul Herrera, Yuko Takeshima; Violins 2: Azumi Takada, Yuko Araki, Kaori Toda; Violas: Yoshiko Morita, Amiko Watabe; Violoncello piccolo: Dmitry Badiarov [Violoncello da spalla Dmitry Badiarov, 2005]
Continuo: Violoncello: Hidemi Suzuki; Violone: Seiji Nishizawa; Bassoon: Takako Kunugi; Harpsichord: Masato Suzuki; Organ: Naoko Imai
Concerto Palatino: Cornett: Bruce Dickey; Alto Trombone: Simen Van Mechelen; Tenor Trombone: Charles Toet; Bass Trombone: David Yacus

BIS SACD-1641
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Feb 2007

SACD / TT: 72:29
MP3 / TT: 70:30

Recorded at the Kobe Shoin Women's University Chapel, Japan.
Tuner: Akimi Hayashi; Recording Producer: Hans Kipfer; Sound Engineer: Andreas Ruge; Digital Editing: Elisabeth Kemper; Executive Producer: Robert von Bahr.
Listen on YouTube: Cantata BWV 68: Mvt. 1: Chorus [4:36] + Mvt. 2: Aria [S] [3:06] + Mvt. 5: Chorus [2:26]
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J S Bach: The Leipzig Years [C-1]

 
 

Cantata BWV 68 [16:16]

Peter Macdonald

Cantamus Bach Choir / Cantamus Bach Orchestra

Soprano: Ruth Saye; Bass: Colin Campbell
Cantamus Bach Choir: Sopranos: Norma Fender, Edna Flint, Lilian Gibbens, Joyce Groom, Felicity Haywood, Deborah Hilliard, Charis Lestrange, Sylvia Lewis, Elizabeth Mednick, Alison Tobias, Pauline Walker, Suzanne Wilson; Altos: Anne Barlow, Jonathan Carter, Madeleine Holmes, Iestyn Morris, Jean Peacefull, Patricia Tyderman, Betty Wheel; Tenors: Keith Abbs, Graham Godfrey, Peter Hodges, Benjamin Hymas, Ian Marriott, Adrian Tierney; Basses: David Allwood, James Goodman, Geoffrey Horsnell, Martyn Kindred, William Townend, Rodney Williams
Instrumental Soloists: Trumpets: Alan Handy, Simon Gabriel; Oboe I/II: Leigh Thomas, Helen Robinson; English Horn: Maria Thomas; Violin: Mark Wilson; Violoncello: Nicholas Allen
Continuo: Violoncello: Nicholas Allen, Laura Moody [BWV 68/2]; Double-bass: Ingela Weeks; Bassoon: Katy Hilton; Positive Organ: David Pettit

Accademia ACCD-1003

2007/2008

CD / TT: 59:02

Recorded at Temple Church, Fleet Street, London, England.
Executive Director / Production: Geoffrey Horsnell; Producer: Roderick Elms; Engineer: David Wright.
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J.S. Bach: Osteroratorium, BWV 249; Himmelfahrtsoratorium, BWV 11 [U-3]

 

Cantata BWV 68 [15:37]

Philippe Herreweghe

Collegium Vocale Gent

Soprano: Dorothee Mields; Bass: Stephan MacLeod

Rapidshare

May 16, 2008

CD / TT: 70:05

Recorded during "Lufthansa Festival of Baroque Music 2008" at St. John's Smith Square, London, England.
Source/lineage: digital FM Broadcast > Soundcard > Gramofile > Audacity > Switch Broadcasby the Austrian radiostation Oe1
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The list of recordings was compiled by Aryeh Oron (October 2002 - May 2015)
Thanks to conbtributors: Anandgyan (February 2010), Rainer Baruth (May 2012), Robin Crag (November 2002), Matthias Hansen (June 2008, June 2013), Frits V. Herbold (February 2012), Ehud Shiloni (March 2004)

Cantata BWV 68: Details & Complete Recordings | Recordings of Individual Movements
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