cantata


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a musical composition for voices and orchestra based on a religious text

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The cantata would introduce the seasons of the Church Year in narrative and musical form with the hope of fostering a greater understanding of the Christian story.
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The choir is being rewarded for its efforts with a musical trip to Italy in July, where the origins of cantata began.
Nigito served as artistic director and continuo player for the vividly effective "Passion" cantata with instruments Or che il ciel fra densi orrori (no.
If we were to describe the mood of the three cantatas through the textual incipits, then the "become adept in love" ("Sich uben im lieben") is replaced by "I have enough" ("Ich habe genug"), and "I look forward to my death" ("Ich freue mich aut meinen Tod") is moderated in the introduction to BWV 51 by the exclamation "Exalt in God in all lands" ("Jauchzet Gott in alien Landen").
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Rilling himself does the other four Discovery concerts: Cantata 19 on Monday; Cantata 130 on Wednesday; Cantatas 50 and 79 on July 1; and Cantata 149 on July 8.
Cantata for Christmas dates from 1966 and was dedicated to the conductor, Louis Halsey, and the Elizabethan Singers, a professional London Chamber choir.
Simon Halsey, principal conductor of the orchestra's choral projects, will be directing the orchestra and the Sinfonia Chorus in one of Handel's most popular coronation anthems, Zadok the Priest; Gerald Finzi's cantata Dies Natalis; and the cantata St Nicolas, by Benjamin Britten.
Even music lovers with the most cursory knowledge of Bach would feel familiar with this inspirational playing of the lively Sinfonia from Cantata No 174 which draws from the first movement of the Third Brandenburg Concerto.
An ensemble of nine instrumentalists, with one vocal soloist, play and sing contemporary music of the period: a theatrical concerto comique by Michel Corrette, dances from a cantata by Boismortier and two entire vocal cantatas.
His catalogue contains ballet music, one cantata (Song of Creation), orchestral music, chamber music, solo pieces, choral works and songs.
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In excerpts from Petite Cantate pour Bilboquet ("Little Cantata for Bilboquet," to Bach), Rioult alternated coquettish phrases for the three men and three women in predictably symmetrical patterns, all facing the audience.