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Bach Cantatas

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Elizabeth Simon (soprano) Marga Hoeffgen (mezzo-soprano)
Theo Altmeyer (tenor)
Barry McDaniel (baritone) Berlin Radio Chorus
Obbligati:
Christopher Hyde-Smith (flute) Neil Black
(oboe and oboe d'amore) Celia Nicklin
(oboe and oboe d'amore)
Susan Leadbetter (cor anglais. John Wilbraham (trumpet) Meyer Stolow (violin)
Continuo: Wolfgang Meyer (harpsichord) Vivian Joseph (cello) John Honeyman (double-bass)
London Mozart Players Leader, Meyer Stolow
Conducted by Gunther Arndt
Cantata No. 137: Lobe den Herren
10.2* Cantata No. 129: Gelobet sei der Herr, mein Gott
10.44* Cantata No. 80: Ein' feste Borg ist unser Gott
Recorded In the Playhouse Theatre, Oxford, at the 1967 English Bach Festival
followed by an interlude at 10.56

Contributors

Soprano: Elizabeth Simon
Mezzo-Soprano: Marga Hoeffgen
Tenor: Theo Altmeyer
Baritone: Barry McDaniel
Flute: Christopher Hyde-Smith
Oboe: Neil Black
Oboe: Celia Nicklin
Unknown: Susan Leadbetter
Unknown: John Wilbraham
Violin: Meyer Stolow
Harpsichord: Wolfgang Meyer
Cello: Vivian Joseph
Double-Bass: John Honeyman
Leader: Meyer Stolow
Conducted By: Gunther Arndt

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