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Gotthold Schwarz (Bass)

Born: Zwickau, Saxony, Germany

The German bass, Gotthold Schwarz, son of a cantor from Zwickau (Saxony), began his musical career as a member of the Thomanerchor Leipzig. At the Hochschule für Musik there he studied singing (Gerda Schriever) and organ (Professor Wolfgang Schetelich and Professor Hannes Kästner). Later he continued private singing studies with, among others, Professor Peter Schreier.

Since 1986 Gotthold Schwarz has been a lecturer at the Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Hochschule für Musik in Leipzig. Extensive international engagements as soloist have taken him, interalia, to the USA, Finland and Japan. In Germany he has been a guest at all famous festivals. His repertoire embraces a wide spectrum of concert and oratorio literature. He has taken part in numerous radio and record productions.

 

Source: Liner notes to Capriccio CD 60023-2 (Johannes-Passion, conducted by Hermann Max, 1991)
Contributed by
Aryeh Oron (April 2001)

Gotthold Schwarz: Short Biography | Recordings of Vocal Works

Recordings of Bach Cantatas & Other Vocal Works

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Hans-Christoph Becker-Foss

Bass

BWV 127, BWV 180
BWV 232[2nd], BWV 235, BWV 236, BWV 244 [1st]

Frieder Bernius

Bass

BWV 104, BWV 249

Konstanze Beyer

Bass

Radio: BWV 203

Georg Christoph Biller

Bass

BWV 1, BWV 3, BWV 4, BWV 19, BWV 23 [3rd], BWV 43, BWV 61, BWV 65, BWV 72, BWV 79, BWV 80, BWV 182
BWV 232, BWV 244 [3rd, Video], BWV 245

Jürgen Budday

Bass

BWV 232

Christophe Coin

Bass

BWV 6, BWV 41, BWV 49, BWV 68, BWV 85, BWV 115, BWV 175, BWV 180, BWV 183

Matthias Eisenberg

Bass

BWV 439-507

Martin Flämig

Bass

BWV 127, BWV 232 [4th]

John Eliot Gardiner

Bass

BWV 16, BWV 98, BWV 133, BWV 139
BCP:
BWV 38, BWV 46, BWV 96, BWV 98, BWV 101, BWV 102, BWV 116, BWV 188

Matthias Grünert

Bass

BWV 248/1-6 [2nd]

Klaus-Erhard Heinrich

Bass

BWV 248/1-6

Werner Hümmeke

Bass

BWV 248

Roderich Kreile

Bass

BWV 232 [1st]

Martin Krumbiegel

Bass

BWV 232 [1st], BWV 232 [2nd], BWV 245, BWV 248/1-3, BWV 248/4-6

Markus Leidenberger

Bass

BWV 232 [2nd]

Leipziger Concert Ensemble

Bass

Movements from BWV 140, BWV 245

Martin Lutz

Bass

BWV 245

Hermann Max

Bass

BWV 245

Hauke Ramm

Bass

BWV 244, BWV 245, BWV 248/1-3

Ulrich Schicha

Bass

BWV 232

Martin Schirrmeister

Bass

BWV 232

Michael Schneider

Bass

BWV 56, BWV 82, BWV 158

Steffen Schreyer

Bass

BWV 232

Wolfgang Unger

Bass

BWV 198

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