Cantata BWV 145 "Ich lebe, mein Herze, zu deinem Ergötzen" (I live, my heart, for your delight) was composed by J.S. Bach in Leipzig for Easter Tuesday [3rd day of Easter] of 1729. The cantatas was later revised for a performance on Easter Sunday with 2 additional preceding movements: the first was chorale hymn by Caspar Neumann and the second was taken from G.P. Telemann's cantata. The cantata is scored for soprano, tenor & bass soloists; 4-part Chorus; and orchestra of trumpet, transverse flute, 2 oboes d'amore, 2 violins, viola & continuo.
The discography pages of BWV 145 on the BCW have been revised and updated. See:
Complete Recordings (7): http://www.bach-cantatas.com/BWV145.htm
Recordings of Individual Movements (7): http://www.bach-cantatas.com/BWV145-2.htm
The revised discography includes many listening/watching options as part of the recording details. When you click a link to video/audio, a new window will open above the discography page and the video/audio will start to play.
I also put at the BCW Home Page: http://www.bach-cantatas.com/
2 audios & 2 videos of the cantata. A short description below the audio/video image is linked to the full details at the discography pages.
I believe this is the most comprehensive discography of this cantata. If you are aware of a recording of BWV 145 missing from these pages, or want to correct/add details of a recording already presented on the BCW, please do not hesitate to inform me.
You can also read on the BCW the recent discussion of the cantata in the BCML (4th round): http://www.bach-cantatas.com/BWV145-D4.htm