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BACH, J.S.: St. Matthew Passion (Sung in English) (Skidmore)

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BACH, J.S.: St. Matthew Passion (Sung in English) (Skidmore)

Composer(s)Bach, Johann Sebastian
Period(s) Baroque (1600-1750)
Genre Classical Music
Category Choral - Sacred
Catalogue ORC100007
Label Orchid Classics
Quality   320kbps
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BACH, J.S.: St. Matthew Passion (Sung in English) (Skidmore) 2:37:38   
  St. Matthew Passion, BWV 244 (Sung in English)          
      Part I: Come, you daughters, share my mourning (Chorus, Soprano) 6:18       
      Part I: Recitative: When Jesus had finished saying these things (Evangelist, Jesus) 0:36       
      Part I: Chorale: O blessed Jesu, how have you offended (Chorus) 0:42       
      Part I: Recitative: At that time there assembled all the chief (Evangelist, Chorus, Jesus) 2:56       
      Part I: Recitative: My master and my Lord (Alto 1) 0:54       
      Part I: Aria: Grief for sin reads the guilty heart within (Alto 1) 4:14       
      Part I: Recitative: Then one of the twelve, whose name was Judas (Evangelist, Judas) 0:38       
      Part I: Aria: Break in grief, O loving heart (Soprano 2) 4:19       
      Part I: Recitative: On the first day of Unleavened Bread the disciples came to Jesus (Evangelist, Chorus, Jesus) 2:01       
      Part I: Chorale: It's I whose sins have bound you (Chorus) 0:48       
      Part I: Recitative: He answered them and said (Evangelist, Jesus, Judas) 2:45       
      Part I: Recitative: Although our eyes with tears o'erflow (Soprano 1) 1:10       
      Part I: Aria: Jesu, Saviour, I am yours (Soprano 1) 3:15       
      Part I: Recitative: And after they had sung a hymn together (Evangelist, Jesus) 0:59       
      Part I: Chorale: Receive me, my Redeemer (Chorus) 0:51       
      Part I: Recitative: Simon Peter answered and said to him (Evangelist, Peter, Jesus) 1:05       
      Part I: Chorale: I want to stand beside you (Chorus) 0:54       
      Part I: Recitative: Then Jesus went with them to a garden called Gethsemane (Evangelist, Jesus) 1:28       
      Part I: Recitative: O Grief! What trembling of his heavy heart! (Tenor 1) - Chorale: My Saviour, why must all this trouble fall on you? (Chorus) 1:50       
      Part I: Aria: I would beside my Lord be watching (Tenor 1, Chorus) 4:50       
      Part I: Recitative: And going further, he threw himself on the ground (Evangelist, Jesus) 0:39       
      Part I: Recitative: The Saviour, low before his Father bending (Bass 2) 0:49       
      Part I: Aria: Never will I choose to leave him (Bass 2) 4:02       
      Part I: Recitative: Then he came to the disciples and found them sleeping (Evangelist, Jesus) 1:17       
      Part I: Chorale: O Father, let your will be done (Chorus) 0:54       
      Part I: Recitative: Again he came and found them sleeping (Evangelist, Jesus, Judas) 2:21       
      Part I: Aria: My Saviour Jesus, now is taken (Soprano 1, Alto 1, Chorus) 4:40       
      Part I: Recitative: And suddenly, one of the disciples who were there with Jesus (Evangelist, Jesus) 2:14       
      Part I: Chorale: O World, your sinful ways lament (Chorus) 5:56       
      Part II: Aria: Ah! Now is my Saviour gone! (Alto 1, Chorus) 3:58       
      Part II: Recitative: And those who had arrested Jesus took him to the house of the high priest (Evangelist) 1:00       
      Part II: Chorale: How falsely does the world accuse! (Chorus) 0:37       
      Part II: Recitative: Though many false witnesses came forward (Evangelist, False Witnesses, High Priest) 1:06       
      Part II: Recitative: My Lord stays silent, though men accuse him falsely (Tenor 2) 1:02       
      Part II: Aria: Endure through lies and taunts and slander (Tenor 2) 3:41       
      Part II: Recitative: The high priest answered, and said to him (Evangelist, High Priest, Jesus, Chorus) 2:09       
      Part II: Chorale: O Lord, who dares to strike you (Chorus) 0:58       
  St. Matthew Passion, BWV 244 (Sung in English)          
      Part II: Recitative: Simon Peter was sitting in the courtyard, and a servant girl came to him and said (Evangelist, First Maid, Peter, Second Maid, Chorus) 2:23       
      Part II: Aria: Have mercy, Lord on, me (Alto 1) 5:38       
      Part II: Chorale: Lamb of God, I fall before you (Chorus) 1:02       
      Part II: Recitative: Now when the morning came (Evangelist, Judas, Chorus, Chief Priests) 1:46       
      Part II: Aria: Give, O give me back my Saviour (Evangelist) 2:36       
      Part II: Recitative: After they had conferred together (Evangelist, Pilate, Jesus) 1:58       
      Part II: Chorale: Commit your way to Jesus (Chorus) 0:59       
      Part II: Recitative: Now on the feast day (Evangelist, Pilate, Pilate's Wife, Chorus) 2:29       
      Part II: Amazing love, this sacrifice to offer (Chorus) 0:46       
      Part II: Recitative: The Governor asked (Evangelist, Pilate) 0:17       
      Part II: Recitative: To all men Jesus has done good (Soprano 1) 1:02       
      Part II: Aria: For love my Saviour now is dying (Soprano 1) 4:46       
      Part II: Recitative: But they shouted all the more and said (Evangelist, Chorus, Pilate) 1:50       
      Part II: Recitative: Have pity, God! (Alto 2) 1:02       
      Part II: Aria: If my weeping and my wailing be unavailing (Alto 1) 6:44       
      Part II: Recitative: And then the Governor's soldiers took Jesus (Evangelist, Chorus) 1:03       
      Part II: O bleeding head, so wounded (Chorus) 2:10       
      Part II: And after they had mocked him (Evangelist) 0:52       
      Part II: Recitative: In truth our flesh and blood must be (Bass 1) 0:34       
      Part II: Come, healing Cross! (Bass 1) 6:22       
      Part II: Recitative: And when they came to a place called Golgotha (Evangelist, Chorus) 3:22       
      Part II: Recitative: Ah, Golgotha! Unhappy Golgotha! (Alto 1) 1:27       
      Part II: Aria: See it: see the Saviour's outstretched arm (Alto 1, Chorus) 2:53       
      Part II: Recitative: Now from the midday hour there fell a darkness (Evangelist, Jesus, Chorus) 2:11       
      Part II: Chorale: Be near me, Lord, when dying (Chorus) 1:24       
      Part II: And then, at once (Evangelist, Chorus) 2:37       
      Part II: Recitative: At evening, hour of calm and rest (Bass 1) 1:54       
      Part II: Aria: Cleanse yourself, my heart from sin (Bass 1) 5:30       
      Part II: Recitative: So Joseph took the body and wrapped it in a clean linen (Evangelist, Chorus, Pilate) 2:24       
      Part II: Recitative: And now the Lord is laid to rest (Bass 1, Alto 1, Soprano 1, Chorus) 1:47       
      Part II: In tears of grief, dear Lord (Chorus) 5:54       
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