For several years the young musicians with the Naumburg Wenzel organist, Hans Christian Martin, were concerned with intensive research and debate about the German 18th Century sound world and its connection with religion, philosophy and art before they founded WeimarBaroque – an ensemble of enthusiasts which attempts to re-define the sound world of Bach’s time. At the conclusion of the Bach Festival they give their debut with the early version of Bach’s great Mass in B Minor clad in a new sound in one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Germany.
Miriam Feuersinger, Dorothee Wagner – soprano
Daniel Moody – countertenor
Kieran White – tenor
Tobias Berndt – bass
Hans Christian Martin – conductor
Johann Sebastian Bach
Missa BWV 232 I (Missa 1733)
Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 BWV 1047
Sonata terza for violin and Continuo
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
Motets „Judica me Deus“
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