Motets Bwv 225-230 (Hybr) Hybrid SACD, SACD, Import
CHN 27108; CHANNEL CLASSICS - Olanda; Classica vocale Sacra Mottetti
Amazon.com: 4 件のカスタマーレビュー
2014年8月22日 - (Amazon.com)
I love Bach and this is a very good performancr
2008年8月17日 - (Amazon.com)
There are many excellent recordings of the motets...but this tops my list. The Netherlands Chamber Choir are SOOOOOO good. Recorded sound from Channel is first rate.
L E WILLIS
NOT HAPPY WITH THIS
2013年7月31日 - (Amazon.com)
Forgive me, but I am not very happy with this CD. I just played it on the way to work and the first thing I felt when I heard the first phrase was that it was recorded in a cave or echo chamber. Regardless of where it was recorded, it sounds very hollow with too much reverb. This makes it difficult to hear all of the moving parts. By the time I got to the second track, I was bored and turned it off. I'll be looking for something that will work for me better than this. I think it would make fine background litergical music so I'll keep it around for that, but as far as for my listening enjoyment - that's not going to happen.
2008年10月12日 - (Amazon.com)
I am very happy with this recording of the Bach Motets. Peter Dijstra and the Nederlands Chamber Choir do a wonderful job of interpreting and performing this perfect music to perfection. I bought this CD because I am writing a paper about the motet "Jesu Meine Freude". In the listening and studying, I have discovered that the Choir takes into account every nuance of text and music. When a line repeats, they find a way to nuance the repeat so it is even more beautiful the second time. To aid their expression of the text, they choose moderate tempos and have only light continuo accompaniment, so that the motets sound like what they are, choral pieces, rather than like some busy Baroque concerto. Always the music enhances and exposits the words, and always the words are a medium for the music, just as J. S. Bach intended. And the recording quality is so good that the consummate musicianship always shines through.