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January 2012

David McKay [BCML] wrote (January 1, 2012):
Thanks Aryeh and all of your supporters for this rich resource.

Cyrille Songeur wrote (January 1, 2012):
Many happy returns of the day and thank you so much for your website.

Patrizia Elisabetta Marega wrote (January 1, 2012)
thank you

Andrew Toering wrote (January 1, 2012):
Thanks for your work!

Ian Howell [Counter-tenor, USA] wrote (January 1, 2012):
Congrats on your anniversary! Your website is such an invaluable resource to me as a performer that I cannot imagine a time before it existed. <>

Peter van Brunschot [Collegium Vocale Zaandam, the Netherlands] wrote (January 4, 2012):
<> We wish you and your excellent bach-cantatas site an equally excellent new year.

Ed Myskowski wrote (January 4, 2012):
<> Congratulations on the 11th anniversary of the BCWebsite, and associated discussion lists. I consider it a privelege to be a contributor, and I admire your patience and accuracy in moderating.

Margaret Steinitz [London Bach Society] wrote (January 4, 2012):
[After updating the page: http://www.bach-cantatas.com/Festival/Festival-London.htm]
I have visited the splendid page. It looks good and reads well. Thank you Aryeh.
With best wishes
Margaret Steinitz (Mrs Paul Steinitz)
London Bach Society

Audrey Plasse [History Dept.] wrote (January 16, 2012):
I just wanted to drop you a quick note to let you know that your page http://bach-cantatas.com/Links/Links-Classical.htm has really helpful info on it! The kids in my Music History class totally agree! Two girls in my class found your page while researching for their group project. They wanted to share another page that they really loved: http://www.lvbeethoven.com/ It's a really fantastic site on Beethoven!

This is my second year as a full-time History teacher, but this is the first elective class that i've co-taught (with the school's Music Director). It seems like such a collaborative profession, which is why I was hoping you wouldn't mind adding the site the kids found to your page with all of your other valuable resources.

I think it would thrill the girls to see the site they found on your webpage; I told them that if you were kind enough to include their Beethoven site on yours, I would give them a few bonus points on their project (I'm just so excited they're really getting into this class!). It actually is a great site with a lot of good material, which is why I indulged them by contacting you. Again, sorry for the interruption!

Thank you very much, can't wait to hear back from you!

Neil Levenson [via Facebook] wrote (January 18, 2012):
<> Your Bach research shared on the internet is wonderful and useful. Thanks!

Hugo Saldias [Denver,CO, USA] wrote (January 21, 2012):
LOngtime I have not written to you.

I follow your directions to write you regarding the biography of the greatest violin player of all times with no equal.
WIKIPEDIA describes him as such. It has a long bio and his life is amazing.
He was also in the USA, CA and made several recordings and videos.
Please honor this genius with a nice and extensive bio in you web page that is growing and becoming the best authority in Bach Cantatas.
<>

Bradley Lehman [via Facebook] wrote (January 21, 2012):
Setting up a folder with all of Leonhardt's recordings in the Teldec series of the Bach cantatas. I have to listen to these systematically, shuttling them into my player, or else I'll never get around to it. This cross-reference table by Aryeh Oron is tremendously helpful: http://www.bach-cantatas.com/Performers/Recordings-Table.htm

Charles-André Schleppy [via Facebook] wrote (January 23, 2012):
Bach Cantatas: one of the best Web-Site upon classical music. I love it and it is one of my reference in my personal Web-Site (french): orgues-et-vitraux.ch . I am in Switzerland and my predilection domain is pipeorgan. But I play piano (first price in 1964, in the National Swiss Exposition), cembalo, spinett and klavichord . I have a personal Youtube-Channel for my very little musical performances. We can be friends with the Music (classical Music). C.-A. Schleppy. Friendly ! http://www.youtube.com/user/gamme8?feature=mhee

Claude-Pascal Perna [Brussels] wrote (January 26, 2012):
<> Also, famed Belgian mezzo Rita GORR has just died. She deserves an entry in your great website.

Charles-André Schleppy [via Facebook] wrote (January 28, 2012):
Thank You for Your acceptation. Bach Cantatas is a great Website.

Alexander Ovsov [Romania] wrote (January 31, 2012):
Thank you for your collaboration and for placing the link to my translation.
I especially appreciate your interest in my work, whereas answering your questions was actually a pleasure to me..Your assistance is invaluable and I greatly cherish your attention to what I do.
Again, thank you so much. Communicating with you has been a great delight.

 

February 2012

Claude-Pascal Perna [Brussels] wrote (February 1, 2012):
<> .Congratulations on your great work!

Dr. Lorenzo Autero [Coro FVG - Bach Triduo Project, Italy] wrote (February 6, 2012):
<> May we add that we consider your effort in promoting Bach's music quite an extraordinary one, and highly appreciated too.

Susi Neururer [Granddaughter of the singer Dagmar Hermann] wrote (February 10, 2012):
<> I would also like to say thank you for building up this homepage. My grandparents (my grandfather Hans Braun is also listed there) would have been very pleased to see that they are remembered in such a beautiful way.
(even i didn't know all these pictures!)

Thank you very much,

John Bell Young [John Bell Young] wrote (February 23, 2012):
I just came across a biography of my dear friend, and colleague, the Russian Margarita Fyodorova. http://www.bach-cantatas.com/Bio/Fyodorova-Margarita.htm It was lovely to see that you included her on your site. <>

Classical Connect [via Facebook] wrote (February 24, 2012):
Thanks, Aryeh! Bach Cantatas is a great site!

Dear Mr Oron!
Susi Neururer [Grandaughter of Dagmar Hermann] wrote (February 26, 2012):
<> Thank you very much again, all the best for your work!

Greetings from Vienna!

Marie Hédin [Paris, France] wrote (February 29, ):
<> I am part of the communication staff and on behalf of Georges Guillard I would like to thank you for any kind of information on this project that you might add on your wonderful website.

 

March 2012

Marie Hédin [Paris, France] wrote (March 1, 2012):
I am so glad that we share a Bach passion. Your website is simply wonderful. <>

Holger Bünte-Majoor wrote (March 1, 2012):
first let me say that I dig what you are doing ! Please keep on ! <>

Ed Myskowski wrote (March 3, 2012):
<> Thanks as always for your fine work!

David Lazega wrote (March 9, 2012):
Thanks for your wonderful site Aryeh!

Karl-Magnus Fredriksson [Baritone, Sweden] wrote (March 10, 2012):
<> Best regards, and thanks for a great page.

Marc De Bodt wrote (March 12, 2012):
First of all congratulations with your site. I've spent many precious hours consulting it. It's a real gem! <>

Mark Sealey [Friends of Radio 3] wrote (March 13, 2012):
I have long been impressed by and immensely grateful for your Bach Cantatas site.
<> the very best of luck with the site - but above all, Thank you!

Mark Sealey [Friends of Radio 3] wrote (March 18, 2012):
<> Your site is a truly remarkable work. Thanks so much.
Can there be anything remotely so well organised and comprehensive - anywhere?
How do you find the time to keep it up?
<>
Have you ever considered changing the name from 'cantatas' - to something more general, and more generally applicable to Bach as a whole?
<>

David Herzstein Couch [Berkeley, CA, USA] wrote (March 20, 2012):
[Regarding the updated discography of H&L cantata cycle]
Thank you thank you for doing this!!
<>
Once again, thank you so very much!

Ed Myskowski [BCML] wrote (March 20, 2012):
[Regarding the updated discography of H&L cantata cycle]
Aryeh’s efforts on the discography are state-of-the-art! I am pleased to be a footnote.

Martin J Fonda [Ottawa, Canada] wrote (March 24, 2012):
Hello: I was looking up some Bach Cantata discussions and found your name besides that of Julian Mincham's. Although not a fan of facebook, somehow I landed on your facebook and, noticing that you recently had a birthday: Happy birthday to you, and thanks for all your work on the Bach website. <>

 

April 2012

Klaus Foehl [Germany] wrote (April 5, 2012):
<> All the best for you, of course for your Bach website as well which I do like to browse, <>

Dr Jacobus van Dijk wrote (April 9, 2012):
I am a frequent visitor to your marvelous Bach Cantata site and wonder whether you might be able to help me solve a little mystery. <>

Miroslav Tadic (Guitar, Bosnia-Herzegovina) wrote (April 16, 2012):
Thank you very much for the correction. Your web site might currently be the only one with my biographical information that is accurate.
<>
Thank you for your enthusiasm and wonderful and meaningful work.

 

May 2012

Carol Lundergan [Publicity Director - Kairos: A Consort of Singers] wrote (May 4, 2012):
As always, thank you so much for all of your hard work. <>

Steven Hancoff [Guitarist, USA] wrote (May 21, 2012):
<> Bach-Cantatas is far and away the greatest Bach web-site. It has been a huge help to me. Thanks much.

 

June 2012

Peter Bach jr. [Flein, German] wrote (June 7, 2012):
<> I am from Germany and was inspired by your section with the stamps to collect BACH stamps on my own. Your website: w o w ! <>

Rolf Günther [Lörrach, Germany] wrote (June 14, 2012):
Since a time I am admiring and "using" your JSB-website to administer my own collection <>

Richard Gould wrote [via Facebook] (June 16, 2012):
<> Thank you, by the way for your informative website.

David Owen Norris [pianist & broadcaster- David Owen Norris] wrote (June 20, 2012):
<> thank you for your useful site.

Willy Corrêa de Oliveira wrote (June 22, 2012):
Dear Oron, I just finished to listen to some Beethoven sonatas by Hugo Steurer, a CD I keep listening to since last century, always receptive of Hugo Steurer accomplishment. Today I thought I should know some information about Steurer and I found the informations you wrote and unfortunately I do not have any item to give to you but I want to tell you how much I praise the pianist and thank you for the work you have already done about him. Very truly yours,

Brooke Folliot wrote (June 25, 2012):
<> Thanks for providing a great resource!

 

July 2012

Brooke Folliot wrote (July 3, 2012):
No problem! Thanks for maintaining a great resource and I’m glad that I could be of assistance.

Jan Leontsky [Pianist, Composer, Arranger Odessa] wrote (July 4, 20012):
<> This is a great priviledge for me to see my work mentioned in the Bach Cantatas Website.

Bill Parker [Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA] wrote (July 6, 2012):
<> I often enjoy looking at your pages and any errors are always minimal!

Isak Venter wrote (July 17, 2012):
Impressive website. <>

Chikako McVeigh wrote (July 24, 2012):
<> Thank you very much for creating and keeping up your amazing website.

Stefan David [Online-Redaktion - jpc] wrote (July 25, 2012):
While researching some facts about the performer Dorothee Mields, I had a look on her biography on your page: http://www.bach-cantatas.com/Bio/Mields-Dorothee.htm. Great website, BTW.
That must have been a lot of work. <>

Christian Immler [Baritone, Germany] wrote (July 29, 2012):
My name is Christian Immler and I am featured on your website. Thanks for all your work! <>

 

August 2012

In response to the announcement of Complete Set of French commentaries on the BCW

William Hoffman [BCML] wrote (August 7, 2012):
It is such a joy to have extensive, non-Germanic writing on Bach. Why is it the the Jahrbuchs of Beethoven, Handel, and Mozart publish in other languages but not the Bach Jahrbuch? Bach's language is universal and all writing is important. Thank you to the BCW for its essential non-Germanic postings.

In response to the annoncement of New BCW Home Page

Kim Patrick Clow [BCML] wrote (August 19, 2012):
At first glance, I love it! It's much easier visually to find things.

Thanks for all your hard work on the website!

Douglas Cowling [BCML] wrote (August 20, 2012):
Terrific revamp, Areyh! It's particularly helpful to have direct access to the texts & translations and the scores.

The only suggestion I would have would be to highlight this forum's ongoing discussion so that it's easier for people to drop in and read the most current postings. We might lure in more participants.

I know that many performers drop in to read up on works that they're preparing. I had an alto soloist ask me if I was the opinionated Doug Cowling on the list. I said no, that's my evil twin.

David McKay [BCML] wrote (August 20, 2012):
Thanks very much for your work, Aryeh.
I greatly appreciate having articles and links to quality stuff about Bach so easy to find.

Paul Farseth wrote (August 20, 2012):
Thank you very much, Aryeh.

William L. Hoffman [via Facebook] wrote (August 20, 2012):
Great, shows the strengths and important interests of the BCW. Just one suggestion: the current Works for discussion should be near the top.

Aryeh Oron [BCML] wrote (August 20, 2012):
[To Douglas Cowling] Thanks for your comments and for the positive feedback from you and from
other members.

Doug wrote:
"The only suggestion I would have would be to highlight this forum's ongoing discussion so that it's easier for people to drop in and read the most current postings. We might lure in more participants."
The first box in the 9th raw "Works for Discussion"
presents a short list of the discussed works: this week, two weeks before, two weeks ahead.
This box would be usually updated once a week.

The box next to it "Listen to the Week Work"
has a complete recording of the cantata to listen to. This week Cantata BWV 163 conducted by Harnoncourt.
All you have to do is clicking on the image.

The first box in the 1st raw "Cantatas" has links to the recently updated pages.
As most of the discography pages I havbeen updated recently , you can see a short list of the most recent.
Since I have been busy in recent months with some big projects, a large pool of messages has piled up on my desk.
With the progress of handling and compiling this backlog, you will be able see in this box links to the relevant cantata discursion pages.

Julian Mincham [BCML] wrote (August 20, 2012):
I agree with other comments that this is now both more user friendly and attractive. Personally I much prefer it without the ads.

It seems an appropriate moment to mention that my cantata website has now been fully revised and updated. However if anyone does spot any remaining typos or errors please do let me know

William Hoffman [BCML] wrote (August 20, 2012):
Thank you so much, Aryeh. The "big projects" are most welcome, as well as your incredible stewardship of the BCW and in particular the 12 years of work you, as well as Thomas Braatz and Francis Browne, have contributed.

Julian Mincham [BCML] wrote (August 20, 2012):
[To Douglas Cowling] I know that many performers drop in to read up on works that they're preparing. I had an alto soloist ask me if I was the opinionated Doug Cowling on the list. I said no, that's my evil twin.

What twin Doug Cowlings?? That's a thought with which to conjure!

Carol Spade [via Facebook] wrote (August 20, 2012):
Aryeh,You have an attractive modern update of a website that was already so inclusive as to be beyond belief. I was just reading a very interesting discussion on there of the 2008 computer generated image of Bach. I love it, as it portrays a man with wonderful human characteristics (he danced to his music), in particular as opposed to the portrait said to be the only "authorized" depiction of Bach. I always hated it. From the discussion, I see you agree. Thanks you so much for all the the hard work and expertise in this endeavor.

Saul Botero wrote (August 20, 2012):
<> The new BCW Home Page is beatiful, congratulations. <>

Tim Smith wrote (August 20, 2012):
I look forward to perusing your revised website. As you know, I've found your work to be a most useful resource and so am glad to hear of your continued work on it. <>

Ed Myskowski [BCML] wrote (August 20, 2012):
Aryeh Oron wrote:
< The box next to it "Listen to the Week Work"
has a complete recording of the cantata to listen to. This week Cantata BWV 163 conducted by Harnoncourt. >

I expect this will be a convenience for many BCML subscribers, especially with regard to participation in the weekly discussions.

Douglas Cowling [BCML] wrote (August 20, 2012):
Aryeh Oron wrote:
< The first box in the 9th raw "Works for Discussion"presents a short list of the discussed works: this week, two weeks before, two weeks ahead. This box would be usually updated once a week. >
I was thinking of a more active invitation such as: ""Discuss this Week's Work" beside "Listen to this Week's Work" which takes the curious directly to the most recent postings.

I'm also wondering if some kind of buffer space could be created so that people could write comments without necessarily joining the list. I know it's labour-intensive to have a gate-keeper, but it might be a way of luring
the occasional visitor into the discussion. I am always intrigued by the experiences of performers who are actually engaged with the works.

Great work, Aryeh.

Kirk McElhearn [BCML] wrote (August 20, 2012):
Douglas Cowling wrote:
< I'm also wondering if some kind of buffer space could be created so that people could write comments without necessarily joining the list. I know it's labour-intensive to have a gate-keeper, but it might be a way of luring the occasional visitor into the discussion. I am always intrigued by the experiences of performers who are actually engaged with the works. >
While I was the instigator of this list way back in the day, I now wonder if this type of discussion wouldn't be better suited to one of two formats:

A standard forum, with sub-forums and posts. Or,

A blog, with a post for each cantata, and comments following it.

Both of these would allow two things: people could find them via Google (something that's not the case with Yahoo groups, at least not if they're not actively searching for a mailing list), and the ability for people to drop in and comment, as you say above.

Personally, I'm involved in a number of forums, and that's a good approach, because it's easy to search for things and read old content, but I have the feeling that a blog would be better for something like Bach's cantatas, as there is a fixed number of them.

Ed Myskowski [BCML] wrote (August 20, 2012):
Kirk McElhearn wrote:
< A blog, with a post for each cantata, and comments following it.
Both of these would allow two things: people could find them via Google (something that's not the case with Yahoo groups >
I do not understand the problem. As presently configured, a Google search for a Bach cantata returns the appropriate BCW page, does it not?

Kirk McElhearn [BCML] wrote (August 20, 2012):
[To Ed Myskowski] Yes, but not the mailing list content. And people can't post comments unless they want to go to the trouble of joining the group.

Marc Paré [Admin, Early Music News] wrote (August 21, 2012):
I've added a short "blurb" on our "News" page regarding the reorganization of the BCW. Let me know if there are any problems with the post. All of the very best of wishes with the site. It looks great, I love the categorization which makes it easy to find the sections of interest. -- Marc

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Teri Noel Towe wrote (August 21, 2012):
<> I have not had a chance to check out the redesigned website yet, but I am confident that it will be superb.

Matthew B. Tepper [via rec.music.classical] wrote (August 21, 2012):
Looks good, at a quick glance. Thanks for all your hard work.

Wagner fan [via rec.music.classical] wrote (August 21, 2012):
A superb resource - use it all the time.

J. Martin [via rec.music.classical] wrote (August 21, 2012):
Thanks for this. I'm still trying to learn these pieces--there's just so many!--and the site has been a great help.

Edward Cowan [via rec.music.classical] wrote (August 21, 2012):
I took a quick look at the new site, and it seems not only well-organized, but also a bit more helpful. I try to hear at least one Bach cantata each Sunday, and the site's provision of texts and Sunday readings is one of my favorite resources.

Eduard van Hengel [http://www.xs4all.nl/~eduardvh/] wrote (August 21, 2012):
<> Proficiat with the new restyled site. Seems a heavy lot of work.

Mandryka [via rec.music.classical] wrote (August 22, 2012):
Thanks for making it easier to find texts and translations -- that's one of the most valuable parts of your site for me (I hope you'll continue to add to the translations there)

Ed Myskowski [BCML] wrote (August 22, 2012):
Kirk McElhearn wrote:
< Yes, but not the mailing list content. And people can't post comments unless they want to >go to the trouble of joining the group. >
EM:
I consider limiting comments to folkswho are willing to take the trouble to join the group a positive feature!

Have you read commentary on any open forums recently? My original experience, a few years back, just before joining BCML, was with meteorite hunters/sellers.

GFY was a polite comment.

See also some of the dialog archived on BCW pages, lest you think Bach lovers are somehow a better class of humans.

Tim Smith wrote (August 22, 2012):
<> Splendid re-design of the site homepage!

Many thanks,

William Hoffman wrote (August 23, 2012):
Dear Aryeh: Thank you for the updates, the new translations and analysis, as well as all the contributions from the past.

Douglas Cowling wrote (August 23, 2012):
The website is looking better and better. I really like the new user-friendly features.
<>

Magen Solomon wrote (August 24, 2012):
WOW

congratulations and thank you for the HUGE amount of work that has gone into the Bach Cantata website. It is a treasure-trove of information! You have some great ideas about the kinds of things people are interested in and there are so many wonderful things to explore! You have given us all a great gift!
<>
Still, you've done magnificent work, and most of these are personal preferences. thank you again!

Dr. Magen Solomon
Director of Choral Activities, Santa Clara University
Artistic Director, San Francisco Choral Artists
Artistic Director, Stockton Chorale & Master Chorale
Editor, "New Voices in Research" Column, ACDA Choral Journal
Chair, ACDA Julius Herford Dissertation Prize Subcommittee
R & S Chair for Community Choirs, ACDA Western Division
magen.solomon@gmail.com

 

September 2012

Peter Meshcherinov wrote (September 2, 2012):
<> The new Home Page is very much pleasant to me. <>

Kim Patrick Clow wrote (September 3, 2012):
<> Take care and thanks so very much for your work on the Bach website.

Marty Swisher wrote (September 3, 2012):
<> Your site has been incredibly helpful as I learn and study the study score that you have so generously provided. <>

Jonathan Crown wrote (September 6, 2012):
Great website! <>

Martin Vahrenhorst wrote (September 10, 2012):

תודה

שלום אריה,

רציתי להודות לך על העבודה הנפלאה שאתה עושה עם האתר "
bach-catatas".

כמעט ולא עובר שבוע שבו אני לא נכנס לאתר - בעיקר כדי לחפש את התווים של קנטת השבוע, המשודרת ברדיו הגרמני כל בוקר יום ראשון.

בהצלחה רבה גם בעתיד!

שנה טובה

Teri Noel Towe wrote (September 24, 2012):
<> I look forward to exploring the revised website, and all of thus thank you for your herculean efforts! <>

Mahan Esfahani [Harpsichordis, Iran/England] wrote (September 29, 2012):
I love your website very much. <>

 

October 2012

Kristopher Scott Handley wrote (October 17, 2012):
I wanted to first of all thank you so much for the indispensable Bach-Cantatas site, which is a fabulous resource. (I think you are the webmaster there, if not the architect of the whole thing, right?) I use this site all the time, and as a relatively recent convert/disciple/addict to Bach's universe, B-C is a web resource that I cannot do without.
<>
Anyway, thanks again for all your work and contributions, and for any opinions you can give me.

Best regards to you, cheers,

Peter Bach wrote (October 22, 2012):
mea<>. Anyway I believe your internet presence is the far most best considering all these details to Bach related themes. Congratulations ! <>

Linus Hammar wrote (October 22, 2012):
[in his application to join the BRML]
I'm the chairman of S:t Jacobs Chamber Choir (Sweden)Conductor Gary Graden. We have recently produced a Motet-CD. I have been inspired by your web site while writing the sleeve texts.

 

November 2012

Hannah Woods [Business Manager, USA] wrote (November 1, 2012):
We appreciate your including flutist Robert Stallman on BachCantatas.com in the past.
<>
Robert, who is a great lover of J.S. Bach, was happy to discover you had included him on your website. <>

Philip Goeth [WTC] wrote (November 6, 2012):
hi, I like your website, congratulations, and respect for all the work that went into it. <>

Almut Hahn [Webmaster Carmina Mundi, Aachen, Germany] wrote (November 6, 2012):
<> BTW complements for your page. It's a Herculean task to create such a comprehensive collection of anything related to Bach cantatas.

Keep it up!

Eva Hedlund [Organist, Hjo, Sweden) wrote (November 30, 2012):
<> Your Bach-cantata pages are very interesting, and increasing every day, I think . He is like a world, so rich of God's gifts, in the midst of a daily life filled with disturbing noise and other problems. <>

 

December 2012

Kate Semmens [Soprano, England] wrote (December 1, 2012):
[After adding her bio page to the BCW]
That is fantastic, thank you ever so much for doing this, and what a lot of research you have done too, thank you. <>

Evan Cortens wrote (December 1, 2012):
<> As always, thanks for the wonderful service you provide to the community of Bach enthusiasts!

Angelo Giuseppe Barlassina wrote (December 1, 2012):

Beautiful Site!!!!

Congratulations, God bless you!

Michelle Rasmussen wrote (December 8, 2012):
<> Keep up the good work.

Peter Bach wrote (December 8, 2012):
<> THANK YOU THAT MUCH. You have no idea how much I am PLEASED and HAPPY to find my address and my name that priviledged on your website. It's a great honor and it's areal Christmas gift. And thank you for changing the current addresses as well !!!!!! <>

Nicholas Johnson wrote (December 8, 2012):
Thank you for the wonderful Bach Cantata site. Your labors are deeply appreciated.
<>
Thank you again for enriching my life with Bach cantatas. In them I have discovered beauties rare on earth.

John Tempelhoff wrote (December 10, 2012):
<> Thank you for your hard work in developing the website which I have benefited from immensely.

Jason Rylander [Tenor, USA] wrote (December 15, 2012):
<> Thanks again for adding me and for all you do to maintain the website.

Kristopher Scott Handley wrote (December 19, 2012):
<> As always, thanks for your wonderful site and the excellent work you have done there.

Eyal Malkinson [via Facebook] wrote (December 23, 2012):

הגעתי לשמך דרך אתר הקנטטות המדהים .<>

Giulio Pitteri [Italy] wrote (December 29, 2012):
Hi, first of all i would like to thankyou for the great site at bach-cantatas,
<>
Thankyou very much for your efforts!

Jochanan Stier wrote (December 31, 2012):

<> האתר שלך עצום ונהדר בהיקפו ובעושר המידע שבו

 

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