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from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Christine Schafer and Ursula Eittinger (sopranos) Annette Markert (alto) Christoph Pregardien (tenor)
Gotthold Schwarz (bass) Cologne Chamber Choir Collegium Cartusianum , conductor Peter Neumann
Bach Mass in B minor: Kyrie; Gloria
8.25 Who was Bach, and why, in the early 1730s, did he write the B minor Mass?
Michael Oliver delves into letters and Bach's correspondence with the Council of Leipzig to find a few answers.
8.45 Credo; Sanctus;
Benedictus; Agnus Dei

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Sopranos: Ursula Eittinger
Sopranos: Annette Markert
Tenor: Christoph Pregardien
Bass: Gotthold Schwarz
Conductor: Collegium Cartusianum
Conductor: Peter Neumann
Conductor: Bach Mass
Unknown: Michael Oliver
Unknown: Agnus Dei

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