Re-released with a new binding! Gardiner & English Baroque Soloists, 1999 concert video at Herder Church! JS Bach: Christmas Oratorio – TOWER RECORDS ONLINE



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Gardiner’s first concert on the cantata pilgrimage
1999 “Christmas Oratorio” at Herder Church
Re-released with a new binding!

Bach’s masterpiece “Christmas Oratorio” consists of 6 cantatas that are listened to by the landlord Gardiner. Gardiner visited churches in about 50 cities in Europe and the United States as a project to commemorate the 250th anniversary of Bach’s death.

This performance is a monumental concert that became the starting point of the pilgrimage trip. The Helderkirche in Weimar, where the film was recorded, was the place where Bach’s children were baptized and is known for the Cranach altarpiece. It perfectly captures Gardiner’s lucid interpretation, meticulously controlled choir, and deep devotional music. Gardiner’s passion, as well as his passion for the pilgrimage, move the audience.
In the documentary, Gardiner also recounts his thoughts on this pilgrimage.
Discontinued: 20.45094 (BD) / 20.45098 (DVD)
(King International)

Blu-ray

5545056:R

Screen: 16:9, Full HD
Audio: PCM stereo, DD5.1, DTS-HDMA5.1
Region: All
Subtitles: English, German, French, Korean, Japanese
Main story 145 minutes
documentary 52 minutes

DVD (set of 2)

5545054:R

Picture: 16:9, NTSC
Audio: PCM stereo, DD5.1, DTS5.1
Region: All
Subtitles: English, German, French, Korean, Japanese
Main story 145 minutes
documentary 52 minutes

[Contents]
JS Bach: Christmas Oratorio BWV.248

[ドキュメンタリー]
・”Shout for cheers and dance for joy!” ~ Gardiner’s Cantata Pilgrimage
・Revisiting Bach – Gardiner visits Sachsen-Thuringia

[Performance]
Sir John Eliot Gardiner (Conductor)
English Baroque Soloists
Claron McFadden (soprano)
Bernarda Fink (Alto)
Christoph Gentz ​​(tenor)
Dietrich Henschel (bass)
Monteverdi Choir

[Recording]
December 23-27, 1999, Weimar, Herderkirche (live)

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