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Bach Cantatas & Other Vocal Works

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Recordings of Cantatas
Recordings of Other Vocal Works

Kay Johannsen - Short Biography
Solistenensemble Stimmkunst – Short History
Stiftsbarock Stuttgart - Short History

Discography

Recordings of Cantatas

2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015

Recordings of Cantatas: 2012

Recordings of Cantatas: 2013

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C13-1

»Lass deine Güte größer sein als die Gerechtigkeit« - Kantaten zum 3. und 4. Sonntag nach Epiphanias 1729?, 1724 & 1735 (BWV 156, 81, 14)

 

Cantata Ich steh mit einem Fuß im Grabe, BWV 156: Mvts. 1, 3-6 [11:36] (from a complete performance)
Cantata Jesus schläft, was soll ich hoffen?, BWV 81: Mvts. 2-5, 7 [13:25] (from a complete performance)
Cantata Wär Gott nicht mit uns diese Zeit, BWV 14 [18:14]

Kay Johannsen

Solistenensemble Stimmkunst / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart Konzertmeisterin: Isabelle Farr

BWV 156 Soloists: Alto: Nohad Becker; Bass: Thomas Scharr; Bass: Jens Hamann
BWV 81 Soloists: Tenor: Daniel Schreiber; Tenor: Andreas Weller; Bass: Ekkehard Abele; Bass: Matthias Horn
BWV 14 Soloists: Soprano: Fanie Antonelou; Tenor: Nils Giebelhausen; Bass: Jens Hamann
Solistenensemble Stimmkunst: Sopranos: Fanie Antonelou, Franziska Bobe, Anaïs Sarkissian, Julla von Landsberg; Altos: Nohad Becker, Sybille Philippin, Lena Sutor-Wernich, Lidia Vinyes Curtis; Tenors: Nils Giebelhausen, Henning Jensen, Daniel Schreiber, Andreas Weller; Basses: Ekkehard Abele, Jens Hamann, Matthias Horn, Thomas Scharr
Stiftsbarock Stuttgart: Recorders: Daniel Koschitzki, Andrea Ritter; Oboes: Saskia Fikentscher, Claire Sirjacobs; Bassoon: Barbara Meditz; Violins 1: Isabelle Farr, Eduard Zondereger, Angela Pastor; Violins 2: Miriam Risch-Graulich, Christina Eychmüller; Violas: Katharina Friederich, Chen-Ying Lu-Riebutsch; Violoncellos: Melanie Beck, Verena Orlamünder-Volk; Double-bass: Albert Locher; Organ: Andreas Gräsle

YouTube

Jan 24, 2013

Video / TT:

Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 156 [HD]: Mvt. 1: Sinfonia [2:41] | Nvt. 3: Recitative [B] & Mvt. 4: Aria [A] [6:01] | Mvt. 5: Recitative [B] & Mvt. 6: Chorale [2:54]
Cantata BWV 81 [HD]: Mvt. 2: Recitative [T] & Mvt. 3: Aria [T] [4:36] | Mvt. 4: Ariso [B] [1:37] | Mvt. 5: Aria [B] [5:29] | Mvt. 7: Chorale [1:43] || Mvt. 3: Aria [T] [2:59]
Cantata BWV 14 [HD: 18:14]: Mvt. 1: Chorus [6:46] | Mvt. 2: Aria [S] [4:32] | Mvt. 3: Recitative [T] & Mvt. 4: Aria [B] [5:35] | Mvt. 5: Chorale [1:21]

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C13-2

»Zudem ist Weisheit und Verstand bei ihm ohn alle Maßen« - Kantaten zum Sonntag Septuagesimae 1724 & 1725 (BWV 144, 92)

 

Cantata Nimm, was dein ist und gehe hin, BWV 144 [16:01]
Cantata Ich hab in Gottes Herz und Sinn, BWV 92: Mvts. 2-8 [26:33] (from a complete performance)

Kay Johannsen

Solistenensemble Stimmkunst / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Isabelle Farr)

BWV 144 Soloists: Soprano: Franziska Bobe, Alto: Lidia Vinyes Curtis, Tenor: Daniel Schreiber
BWV 92 Soloists: Soprano: Julla von Landsberg; Soprano: Anaïs Sarkissian: Alto: Nohad Becker; Alto: Sybille Philippin; Tenor: Henning Jensen; Tenor: Nils Giebelhausen, Tenor: Andreas Weller; Bass: Matthias Horn; Bass: Thomas Scharr; Bass: Jens Hamann [Chorale]; Bass: Ekkehard Abele [Recitative]
Solistenensemble Stimmkunst: Sopranos: Fanie Antonelou, Franziska Bobe, Anaïs Sarkissian, Julla von Landsberg; Altos: Nohad Becker, Sybille Philippin, Lena Sutor-Wernich, Lidia Vinyes Curtis; Tenors: Nils Giebelhausen, Henning Jensen, Daniel Schreiber, Andreas Weller; Basses: Ekkehard Abele, Jens Hamann, Matthias Horn, Thomas Scharr
Stiftsbarock Stuttgart; Recorders: Daniel Koschitzki, Andrea Ritter; Oboes: Saskia Fikentscher, Claire Sirjacobs; Bassoon: Barbara Meditz; Violins 1: Isabelle Farr, Eduard Zondereger, Angela Pastor; Violins 2: Miriam Risch-Graulich, Christina Eychmüller; Violas: Katharina Friederich, Chen-Ying Lu-Riebutsch; Violoncellos: Melanie Beck, Verena Orlamünder-Volk; Double-bass: Albert Locher; Organ:Andreas Gräsle

YouTube

Jan 25, 2013

Video / TT:

Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 144 [HD: 16:01]: Mvt. 1: Chorus [2:25] + Mvt. 2: Aria [A] [6:04] + Mvt. 3: Chorale [1:21 + Mvt. 4: Recitative [T] & Mvt. 5: Aria [S] [4:27] + Mvt. 6: Chorale [1:44]
Cantata BWV 92 [HD: 26:33]: Mvt. 2: Chorale & Recitative [B] [3:51] | Mvt. 3: Aria [T] [3:24] | Mvt. 4: Chorale [A] [3:43] | Mvt. 5: Rectitative [T] & Mvt. 6: Aria [B] [7:12] | Mvt. 7: Chorale [S, A, T, B) & Recitative [B] [3:12] | Mvt. 8: Aria [S] [5:11]

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C13-3

»Mein Glaube kennt des Heilands Sieg« - Kantaten zum Sonntag Quasimodogeniti 1724 & 1725 (BWV 67, 42)

 

Cantata Halt im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ, BWV 67 [15:12]
Cantata Am Abend aber desselbigen Sabbats, BWV 42: Mvts. 3-7 [22:09]

Kay Johannsen

Solistenensemble Stimmkunst / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Lisa Immer)

BWV 67: Soloists: Alto: Hanna Roos; Tenor: Andreas Weller; Bass: Christian Villiger
BWV 42: Soloists: Soprano: Helena Günther; Alto: Lidia Vinyes Curtis; Tenor: Stephan Scherpe; Bass: Matthias Horn; Bass: Thomas Scharr
Solistenensemble Stimmkunst: Sopranos: Fanie Antonelou, Helena Günther, Heike Heilmann, Agnes Knoop; Altos: Nohad Becker, Anne Maugard, Hanna Roos, Lidia Vinyes Curtis; Tenors: Nils Giebelhausen, Stephan Scherpe, Daniel Schreiber, Andreas Weller; Basses: Matthias Horn, Peter Maruhn, Thomas Scharr, Christian Villiger
Stiftsbarock Stuttgart: Trumpet: Patrick Henrichs; Recorder: Linde Brunmayr-Tutz; Oboes: Saskia Fikentscher, Claire Sirjacobs, Joyce Cho; Bassoon: Barbara Meditz; Violins 1: Lisa Immer, Dietlind Mayer, Angela Pastor; Violins 2: Miriam Risch-Graulich, Dmitry Fomitchev; Violas: Claudia Hofert, Isolde Jonas; Violoncellos: Melanie Beck, Christine Wiegräbe; Double-bass: Ann Fahrni; Organ: Andreas Gräsle

YouTube

Apr 11, 2013

Video / TT:

Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 67 [HD: 15:14]: Mvt. 1: Chorus [3:50] + Mvt. 2: Aria [T] [3:05] + Mvt. 3: Recitative [A] + Mvt. 4: Chorale + Mvt. 5: Recitative [A] [2:23] + Mvt. 6: Aria [B] + Mvt. 7: Chorale [5:56]
Cantata BWV 42 [HD]: Mvt. 3: Aria [A] [11:42] | Mvt. 4: Chorale - Duet [S, T] [2:56] | Mvt. 5: Recitaive [B] & Mvt. 6: Aria [B] [4:49] | Mvt. 7: Chorale [2:42]

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C13-4

»Seht, was die Liebe tut« - Kantaten zum Sonntag Misericordias Domine 1724 & 1725 (BWV 242, 85, 104)

 

Christe eleison in G minor, BWV 242 (no video)
Cantata Ich bin ein guter Hirt, BWV 85: Mvts. 1, 3 [9:52] (from a complete peformance)
Cantata Du Hirte Israel, höre, BWV 104: Mvts. 1, 4-6 [14:01] (from a complete peformance)

Kay Johannsen

Solistenensemble Stimmkunst / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Lisa Immer)

BWV 85: Soloists: Soprano: Heike Heilmann; Bass: Christian Villiger
BWV 104: Soloists: Bass: Peter Maruhn; Bass: Matthias Horn
Solistenensemble Stimmkunst: Sopranos: Fanie Antonelou, Helena Günther, Heike Heilmann, Agnes Knoop; Altos: Nohad Becker, Anne Maugard, Hanna Roos, Lidia Vinyes Curtis; Tenors: Nils Giebelhausen, Stephan Scherpe, Daniel Schreiber, Andreas Weller; Basses: Matthias Horn, Peter Maruhn, Thomas Scharr, Christian Villiger
Stiftsbarock Stuttgart: Trumpet: Patrick Henrichs; Recorder: Linde Brunmayr-Tutz; Oboe: Saskia Fikentscher, Claire Sirjacobs, Joyce Cho; Bassoon: Barbara Meditz; Violins 1: Lisa Immer, Dietlind Mayer, Angela Pastor; Violins 2: Miriam Risch-Graulich, Dmitry Fomitchev; Violas: Claudia Hofert, Isolde Jonas; Violoncellos: Melanie Beck, Christine Wiegräbe; Double-bass: Ann Fahrni; Organ: Andreas Gräsle

YouTube

Apr 12, 2013

Video / TT:

Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 85 [HD]: Mvt. 1: Aria [B] [3:49] | Mvt. 3: Chorale [S] [6:03]
Cantata BWV 104 [HD: 14:01]: Mvt. 1: Chorus [4:38] + Mvt. 4: Recitative [B] + Mvt. 5: Aria [B] [7:44] + Mvt. 6: Chorale [1:39]

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C13-6

»Aller Dinge Grund und Ende ist sein eingeborner Sohn« - Kantaten zum 2. Sonntag nach Trinitatis 1723 & 1724 (BWV 2, 76)

 

Cantata Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein, BWV 2: Mvts. 1 & 4-6 [14:17] (from a complete peformance)
Cantata Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes, BWV 76: Mvts. 1-12 & 14 [35:47] (from a complete peformance)

Kay Johannsen

Stuttgarter Kantorei / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Christine Busch)

Soprano: Franziska Bobe; Alto: Sophie Harmsen; Tenor: Andreas Weller; Bass: Benjamin Appl
Nikola Stolz (Oboe), Franziska Finckh (Viola da Gamba)

YouTube

Jun 20, 2013

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Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 2 [HD: 14:17]: Mvt. 1: Chorus [5:31] + Mvt. 4: Recitative [B] & Mvt. 5: Aria [T] [7:20] + Mvt. 6: Chorale [1:26]
Cantata BWV 76 [HD: 35:47]: Mvt. 1: Chorus [5:04] + Mvt. 2: Recitative [T] & Mvt. 3: Aria [S] [7:26] + Mvt. 4: Recitative [B] & Mvt. 5: Aria [B] [4:09] + Mvt. 6: Recitative [A] & Mvt. 7: Chorale [4:40] + Mvt. 8: Sinfonia [3:01] + Mvt. 9: Recitative [B] & Mvt. 10: Aria [T] [4:26] + Mvt. 11: Recitative [A] & Mvt. 12: Aria [A] [4:14] + Mvt. 14: Chorale [2:47]

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C13-7

»Menschen, glaubt doch dieser Gnade« - Kantaten zum Johannistag 1724 & 1738? (BWV 7, 30)

 

Cantata Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam, BWV 7: Mvts. 1-2 & 5-6 [16:18] (from a complete peformance)
Cantata Freue dich, erlöste Schar, BWV 30: Mvts.1-6 & 8-12 [37:45]

Kay Johannsen

Stuttgarter Kantorei / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Christine Busch)

Soprano: Franziska Bobe; Alto: Sophie Harmsen; Tenor: Andreas Weller; Bass: Benjamin Appl

YouTube

Jun 21, 2013

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Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 7 [HD]: Mvt. 1: Chorus [6:31] + Mvt. 2: Aria [B] [5:18] + Mvt. 5: Recitative [B] & Mvt. 6: Aria [A] [4:29]
Cantata BWV 30 [HD]: Mvt. 1: Chorus [4:20] + Mvt. 2: Recitative [B] & Mvt. 3: Aria [B] [6:12] + Mvt. 4: Recitative [A] & Mvt. 5: Aria [A] [7:00] + Mvt. 6: Chorale [1:48] + Mvt. 8: Aria [B] [6:04] + Mvt. 9: Recitative [S] & Mvt. 10: Aria [S] [6:44] + Mvt. 11: Recitative [T] & Mvt. 12: Chorus [5:37]

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»Sein Trost wird niemals von dir scheiden« - Kantaten zum 21. Sonntag nach Trinitatis 1723 & 1724 (BWV 38, 109)

 

Cantata Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir, BWV 38: Mvts. 1, 5 & 6 [10:20] (from a complete peformance)
Cantata Ich glaube, lieber Herr, hilf meinem Unglauben. BWV 109: Mvts. 1 & 4-6 [17:35] (from a complete peformance)

Kay Johannsen

Solistenensemble Stimmkunst / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Christine Busch)

BWV 38 Soloists: Soprano: Fanie Antonelou; Alto: Lidia Vinyes Curtis; Bass: Thomas Scharr
BWV 109 Soloists: Alto: Anne Greiling; Tenor: unknown
Solistenensemble Stimmkunst: Sopranos: Fanie Antonelou, Franziska Bobe, Helena Günther, Heike Heilmann; Altos: Anne Greiling, Hanna Roos, Lena Sutor-Wernich, Lidia Vinyes Curtis; Tenors: Michael Berner, Wolfgang Frisch, Nils Giebelhausen, Andreas Weller; Basses: Ekkehard Abele, Jens Hamann, Matthias Horn, Thomas Scharr
Stiftsbarock Stuttgart: Oboes: Meike Güldenhaupt, Katharina Andres, Olga Marulanda; Bassoon: Barbara Meditz; Cornett: Arno Paduch; Trombones: Henning Wiegräbe, Tabea Hesselschwerdt, Maximilian Schrag; Violins 1: Christine Busch, Dietlind Mayer, Regine Schröder; Violins 2: Nina Eychmüller, Angela Pastor; Violas: Katharina Friederich, Hiltrud Hampe; Violoncellos: Melanie Beck, Celine Papion; Double-bass: Ann Fahrni; Organ: Andreas Gräsle

YouTube

Oct 10, 2013

Video / TT:

Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 38 [HD]: Mvt. 1: Chorus [4:33] + Mvt. 5: Aria - Trio [S, A, B] [3:52] + Mvt. 6: Chorale [1:55]
Cantata BWV 109 [HD]: Mvt. Chorus [7:02] + Mvt. 4: Recitative [A] & Mvt. 5: Aria [A] [6:41] + Mvt. 6: Chorale [3:52]

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»Die Macht der Welt verlieret sich. Gott aber bleibet ewiglich« - Kantaten zum 21. Sonntag nach Trinitatis 1726 & 1728? (BWV 98, 226, 188)

 

Cantata Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan, BWV 98 [15:24]
Motet Der Geist hilft unser Schwachheit auf, BWV 226 [9:12]
Cantata Ich habe meine Zuversicht, BWV 188 [29:16]

Kay Johannsen

Solistenensemble Stimmkunst / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Christine Busch)

BWV 98: Soloists: Soprano: Franziska Bobe; Alto: Lena Sutor-Wernich; Tenor Nils Giebelhausen; Bass: Ekkehard Abele; Meike Güldenhaupt (Oboe)
BWV 188: Soloists: Soprano: Heike Heilmann; Alto: Lidia Vinyes Curtis; Tenor: Andreas Weller; Bass: Jens Hamann; Andreas Gräsle (Organ)
Solistenensemble Stimmkunst: Sopranos: Fanie Antonelou, Franziska Bobe, Helena Günther, Heike Heilmann; Altos: Anne Greiling, Hanna Roos, Lena Sutor-Wernich, Lidia Vinyes Curtis; Tenors: Michael Berner, Wolfgang Frisch, Nils Giebelhausen, Andreas Weller; Basses: Ekkehard Abele, Jens Hamann, Matthias Horn, Thomas Scharr
Stiftsbarock Stuttgart: Oboes: Meike Güldenhaupt, Katharina Andres, Olga Marulanda; Bassoon: Barbara Meditz; Cornett: Arno Paduchl; Trombones: Henning Wiegräbe, Tabea Hesselschwerdt, Maximilian Schrag; Violins 1: Christine Busch, Dietlind Mayer, Regine Schröder; Violins 2: Nina Eychmüller, Angela Pastor; Violas: Katharina Friederich, Hiltrud Hampe; Violoncellos: Melanie Beck, Celine Papion; Double-bass: Ann Fahrni; Organ: Andreas Gräsle

YouTube

Oct 11, 2013

Video / TT: 53:52

Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 98 [HD: 15:24]: Mvt. 1: Chorus [4:22] + Mvt. 2: Recitative [T] & Mvt. 3: Aria [S] [5:27] + Mvts. 4: Recitative [A] & Mvt. 5: Aria [B] [5:35]
Motet BWV 226: Complete Motet [HD: 9:12]
Cantata BWV 188 [HD: 29:16]: Mvt. 1: Sinfonia [8:42] + Mvt. 2: Aria [T] [8:42] + Mvt. 3: Recitative [B] & Mvt. 4: Aria [A] [9:31] + Mvt. 5: Recitative [S] & Mv. 6: Chorale [2:21]

Recordings of Cantatas: 2014

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Kantaten zum Sonntag nach Neujahr und zu Epiphanias 1724 & 1725 (BWV 153, 123)

 

Cantata Schau, lieber Gott, wie meine Feind, BWV 153: Mvts. 1-5, 7-9 [14:08] (from a complete peformance)
Cantata Liebster Immanuel, Herzog der Frommen, BWV 123: Mvts. 1, 4-6 [16:57] (from a complete peformance)

Kay Johannsen

Solistenensemble Stimmkunst / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Christine Busch)

BWV 153: Soloists: Altos: Hanna Roos [BWV 153/2], Anne Greiling [BWV 153/8]; Tenor: Daniel Schreiber [BWV 153/4]; Basses: Daniel Raschinsky [BWV 153/3], Dominik Wörner [BWV 153/7]; Other soloists: unknown
BWV 123: Soloists: Basses: Jens Hamann [BWV 123/4], Thomas Scharr [BWV 123/5]; Other soloists: unknown
Annie Laflamme (Travnsverse Flute)
Solistenensemble Stimmkunst: Sopranos: Fanie Antonelou, Franziska Bobe, Heike Heilmann, Agnes Knoop; Altos: Anne Greiling, Hanna Roos, Lidia Vinyes Curtis, Wiebke Wighardt; Tenors: Michael Berner, Wolfgang Frisch, Nils Giebelhausen, Daniel Schreiber; Basses: Jens Hamann, Daniel Raschinsky, Thomas Scharr, Dominik Wörner
Stiftsbarock Stuttgart: Recorders: Daniel Koschitzki, Andrea Ritter; Transverse Flutes: Annie Laflamme, Monika Scholand; Oboes: Saskia Fikentscher, Kristin Linde; Bassoon: Barbara Meditz; Horns: Andrew Hale, Tilman Schärf; Trumpets: Wolfgang Bauer, Thomas Kiess; Violins 1: Christine Busch, Dietlind Mayer, Isabelle Farr; Violins 2: Miriam Risch-Graulich, Christina Eychmüller; Violas: Katharina Friederich, Chen-Ying Lu-Riebutsch; Violoncellos: Juris Teichmanis, Christine Wiegräbe; Double-bass: Albert Michael Locher; Organ: Andreas Gräsle

YouTube

Jan 16, 2014

Video / TT:

Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 153 [HD]: Mvt. 1: Chorale, Mvt. 2: Recitative [A] & Mvt. 3: Arioso [B] [3:47] + Mvt. 4: Recitative [T] & Mvt. 5: Chorale [3:06] + Mvt. 7: Recitative [B] & Mvt. 8: Aria [A] [5:09] + Mvt. 9: Chorale [2:06]
Cantata BWV 123 [HD]: Mvt. 1: Chorus [6:51] + Mvt. 4: Recitative [B] & Mvt. 5: Aria [B] [8:08] + Mvt. 6: Chorale [1:58]

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Messe F-Dur BWV 233 1738/39; Kantate zu Epiphanias BWV 65 1724

 

Missa Brevis in F major, BWV 233: Mvts. 1-2, 5-6 [18:55] (from a complete peformance)
Cantata Sie werden aus Saba alle kommen, BWV 65: Mvts. 1-3, 6-7 [13:58] (from a complete peformance)

Kay Johannsen

Solistenensemble Stimmkunst / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Christine Busch)

BWV233: Soloists: Alto: Lidia Vinyes Curtis [BWV 233/5]
Christine Busch (Violin) [BWV 233/5]; Other soloists: unknown
BWV 65: Soloists: Tenor: Daniel Schreiber [BWV 65/6]; Bass: Jens Hamann [BWV 65/3]; Other soloists: unknown
Solistenensemble Stimmkunst: Sopranos: Fanie Antonelou, Franziska Bobe, Heike Heilmann, Agnes Knoop; Altos: Anne Greiling, Hanna Roos, Lidia Vinyes Curtis, Wiebke Wighardt; Tenors: Michael Berner, Wolfgang Frisch, Nils Giebelhausen, Daniel Schreiber; Basses: Jens Hamann, Daniel Raschinsky, Thomas Scharr, Dominik Wörner
Stiftsbarock Stuttgart: Recorders: Daniel Koschitzki, Andrea Ritter; Transverse Flutes: Annie Laflamme, Monika Scholand; Oboes: Saskia Fikentscher, Kristin Linde; Bassoon: Barbara Meditz; Horns: Andrew Hale, Tilman Schärf; Trumpets: Wolfgang Bauer, Thomas Kiess; Violins 1: Christine Busch, Dietlind Mayer, Isabelle Farr; Violins 2: Miriam Risch-Graulich, Christina Eychmüller; Violas: Katharina Friederich, Chen-Ying Lu-Riebutsch; Violoncellos: Juris Teichmanis, Christine Wiegräbe; Double-bass: Albert Michael Locher; Organ: Andreas Gräsle

YouTube

Jan 17, 2014

Video / TT:

Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal. Broadcast by SWR2 Geistliche Musik on Jun 14, 2014.
Watch on YouTube:
Mass BWV 233 [HD]: Mvt. 1 [4:58] + Mvt. 2 [6:04] + Mvt. 5 [4:39] + Mvt. 6 [3:14]
Cantata BWV 65 [HD]: Mvt. 1: Chorus & Mvt. 2: Chorale [4:57] + Mvt. 3: Recitative [B] [2:54] + Mvt. 6: Aria [T] [4:05] + Mvt. 7: Chorale [2:02]

C14-4

Kantaten zu Estomihi 1723 (BWV 22, 23)

 

Cantata Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe, BWV 22 [] (video not available)
Cantata Du wahrer Gott und Davids Sohn, BWV 23: Mvts. 3-4 [9:18] (from a complete peformance)

Kay Johannsen

Solistenensemble Stimmkunst / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Christine Busch)

Soloists: unknown
Solistenensemble Stimmkunst: Sopranos: Andrea Lauren Brown, Heike Heilmann, Julla von Landsberg, Marie-Pierre Roy; Altos: Marion Eckstein, Anne Greiling, Hanna Roos, Lidia Vinyes Curtis; Tenors: Henning Klocke, Stephan Scherpe, Nils Giebelhausen, Daniel Schreiber; Basses: Jens Hamann, Matthias Horn, Thomas Scharr, Dominik Wörner
Stiftsbarock Stuttgart: Recorders: Juliane Heutjer, Lucia Wegele; Oboes: Meike Güldenhaupt, Olga Marulanda; Bassoon: Barbara Meditz; Trumpet: Wolfgang Bauer; Violins 1: Christine Busch, Dietlind Mayer, Isabelle Farr; Violins 2: Miriam Risch-Graulich, Nina Eychmüller; Violas: Katharina Friederich, Anja Beck; Violoncellos: Melanie Beck, Céline Papion; Double-bass: Kit Scotney; Organ: Andreas Gräsle

YouTube

Mar 20, 2014

Video / TT:

Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 22: video not available
Cantata BWV 23 [HD]: Mvt. 3: Chorus [4:53] + Mvt. 4: Chorale [4:25]

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Kantate zu Estomihi 1729? & 1725 (BWV 159, 127)

 

Cantata Sehet, wir gehn hinauf gen Jerusalem, BWV 159 [17:28]
Cantata Herr Jesu Christ, wahr' Mensch und Gott, BWV 127 [20:32]

Kay Johannsen

Solistenensemble Stimmkunst / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Christine Busch)

BWV 159: Soloists: Soprano: Heike Heilmann [BWV 159/2]; Altos: Hanna Roos [BWV 159/1], Marion Eckstein [BWV 159/2]; Tenor: Nils Giebelhausen [BWV 159/3]; Basses: Matthias Horn [BWV 159/1], Jens Hamann [BWV 159/4]
Meike Güldenhaupt (Oboe) [BWV 159/2]
BWV 127: Soloists: Soprano: Andrea Lauren Brown [BWV 127/3]; Tenor: Stephan Scherpe [BWV 127/2]; Bass: Dominik Wörner [BWV 127/4]
Solistenensemble Stimmkunst: Sopranos: Andrea Lauren Brown, Heike Heilmann, Julla von Landsberg, Marie-Pierre Roy; Altos: Marion Eckstein, Anne Greiling, Hanna Roos, Lidia Vinyes Curtis; Tenors: Henning Klocke, Stephan Scherpe, Nils Giebelhausen, Daniel Schreiber; Basses: Jens Hamann, Matthias Horn, Thomas Scharr, Dominik Wörner
Stiftsbarock Stuttgart: Recorders: Juliane Heutjer, Lucia Wegele; Oboes: Meike Güldenhaupt, Olga Marulanda; Bassoon: Barbara Meditz; Trumpet: Wolfgang Bauer; Violins 1: Christine Busch, Dietlind Mayer, Isabelle Farr; Violins 2: Miriam Risch-Graulich,Nina Eychmüller; Violas: Katharina Friederich, Anja Beck; Violoncello: Melanie Beck, Céline Papion; Double-bass: Kit Scotney; Organ: Andreas Gräsle

YouTube

Mar 21, 2014

Video / TT: 38:00

Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 159 [HD: 17:28]: Mvt. 1: Arioso [B] & Recitative [A] [3:28]+ Mvt. 2: Aria [A] & Chorale [S] [4:33] + Mvt. 3: Recitative [T] & Mvt. 4: Aria [B] [7:23] + Mvt. 5: Chorale [2:04]
Cantata BWV 127 [HD: 20:32]: Mvt. 1: Chorus [5:46] + Mvt. 2: Recitative [T] & Mvt. 3: Aria [S] [9:12] + Mvt. 4: Recitative & Aria [B] [4:07] + Mvt. 5: Chorale [1:27]

C14-7

Hochzeitskantaten und weltliche Kantaten verschiedener Bestimmung 1734 (BWV 209, BWV 212)

 

Cantata Non sa che sia dolore, BWV 209 [24:44]
Cantata Mer han en neue Oberkeet (Bauernkantate), BWV 212 [32:06]

Kay Johannsen (Conductor & Harpsichord)

Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Christine Busch)

BWV 209: Soloist: Soprano: Rahel Maas
Saskia Fikentscher (Oboe)
BWV 212: Soloists: Soprano: Carmela Konrad; Bass: Benjamin Appl

YouTube

Jun 19, 2014

Video / TT: 56:50

Recorded & filmed live at Schlosskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 209 [HD: 24:44]: Mvt. 1: Sinfonia [7:33] + Mvt. 2: Recitative [S] & Mvt. 3: Aria [S] [10:35] + Mvt. 4: Recitative [S] & Mvt. 5: Aria [S] [6:36]
Cantata BWV 212: Complete Cantata [HD: 32:06]

C14-8

Hochzeitskantaten und weltliche Kantaten verschiedener Bestimmung 1734 (BWV 202, 211)

 

Cantata Weichet nur, betrübte Schatten, BWV 202: Mvts. 1-5, 8-9 [17:00] (from a complete peformance)
Cantata Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht (Kaffee-Kantate), BWV 211 [29:06]

Kay Johannsen (Conductor & Harpsichord)

Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Christine Busch)

BWV 202: Soloist: Soprano: Carmela Konrad
Saskia Fikentscher (Oboe)
BWV 211: Soloists: Soprano: Rahel Maas; Tenor: Andreas Weller; Bass: Benjamin Appl

YouTube

Jun 20, 2014

Video / TT:

Recorded & filmed live at Schlosskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 202 [HD]: Mvt. 1: Aria [S] [6:06] + Mvt. 2: Recitative [S] & Mvt. 3: Aria [S] [4:20] + Mvt. 4: Recitative [S] & Mvt. 5: Aria [S] [4:02] + Mvt. 8: Recitative [S] & Mvt. 9: Aria [S] [2:32]
Cantata BWV 211: Complete Cantata [HD: 29:06]

C14-9

Kantaten zum 15. Sonntag nach Trinitatis 1723 (BWV 138, BWV 99)

 

Cantata Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz, BWV 138 [18:58]
Cantata Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan, BWV 99 [20:52]

Kay Johannsen

Solistenensemble Stimmkunst / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Christine Busch)

BWV 138: Soloists: Soprano: Agnes Knoop [BWV 138/3]; Altos: Lidia Vinyes Curtis [BWV 138/1], Lena Sutor-Wernich [BWV 138/3], Hanna Roos [BWV 138/6]; Tenor: Nils Giebelhausen (Tenor) [BWV 138/4]; Basses: Jens Hamann [BWV 138/2], Thomas Scharr [BWV 138/5]
BWV 99: Soloists: Soprano: Agnes Knoop [BWV 99/5]; Altos: Anne Greiling BWV 99/4], Lidia Vinyes Curtis [BWV 99/5], Tenor: Michael Berner [BWV 99/3]; Bass: Johannes Mooser [BWV 99/2]

YouTube

Sep 25, 2014

Video / TT: 39:50

Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 138 [HD: 18:58]: Mvt. 1: Chorus & Recitative [A] [4:36] + Mvt. 2: Recitative [B] & Mvt. 3: Chorale & Recitative [S, A] [4:35] + Mvt. 4: Recitative [T] & Mvt. 5: Aria [B] [6:41] + Mvt. 6: Recitative [A] & Mvt. 7: Chorale [3:06]
Cantata BWV 99 [HD: 20:52]: Mvt. 1: Chorus [5:08] + Mvt. 2: Recitative [B] & Mvt. 3: Aria [T] [7:56] + Mvt. 4: Recitative [A] & Mvt. 5: Aria - Duet [S, A] [6:03] + Mvt. 6: Chorale [1:45]

C14-10

Kantaten zum Michaelistag 1724, 1740? & 1726 (BWV 130, 50, 19)

 

Cantata Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir, BWV 130 []
Cantata Nun ist das Heil und die Kraft, BWV 50 [4:08]
Cantata Es erhub sich ein Streit, BWV 19: Mvts 1, 4-7 [15:39] (from a complete performance)

Kay Johannsen

Solistenensemble Stimmkunst / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Christine Busch)

BWV 130: Soloists: unknown
BWV 19: Soprano: Anaïs Sarkissian [BWV 19/6]; Tenor: Andreas Weller [BWV 19/4,5]; Other soloists: unknown

YouTube

Sep 26, 2014

Video / TT:

Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 130: video not available
Cantata BWV 50: Complete Cantata [HD: 4:08]
CBWV 19 [HD]: Mvt. 1: Chorus [4:35] + Mvt. 4: Recitaive [T] & Mvt. 5: Aria w/ Instrumental Chorale [T] [8:24] +Mvt. 6: Recitatuve [S] & Mvt. 7: Chorale [2:40]

C14-12

Festkonzert (BWV 205, 201)

 

Cantata Zerreißet, zersprenget, zertrümmert die Gruft, BWV 205: Mvts. 7-9, 13-15 [18:39] (from a complete performance)
Cantata Geschwinde, ihr wirbelnden Winde. Der Streit zwischen Phoebus und Pan, BWV 201 [55:17]

Kay Johannsen

Stuttgarter Kantorei / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Lisa Immer)

Soprano: Katharina Persicke; Alto: Sophie Harmsen; Tenor: Andreas Karasiak; Tenor: Michael Berner; Bass: Krešimir Stražanac; Bass: Matthias Horn
BWV 205: Soloists: Soprano: Katharina Persicke [BWV 205/8,14]; Alto: Sophie Harmsen [BWV 205/7,8,13]; Tenor: Andreas Karasiak [BWV 205/13]; Other soloists: unknown
Annie Laflamme, Monika Scholand (Transverse Flutes) [BWV 205/13]
BWV 201: Soloists: Katharina Persicke; Alto: Sophie Harmsen; Tenor: Andreas Karasiak; Tenor: Michael Berner; Bass: Krešimir Stražanac; Bass: Matthias Horn
Stiftsbarock Stuttgart: Transverse Flutes: Annie Laflamme, Monika Scholand; Oboes: Saskia Fikentscher, Claire Sirjacobs; Bassoon: Annette Wittemann; Trumpets: Wolfgang Bauer, Thomas Kiess, Ute Rothkirch; Timpani: Ineke Busch; Violins 1: Lisa Immer, Sarah Immer, Dietlind Mayer, Isabelle Farr; Violins 2: Miriam Risch-Graulich, Christina Eychmüller, Angela Pastor; Violas: Katharina Friederich, Chen-Ying Lu-Riebutsch, Marlene Steg; Violoncellos: Melanie Beck, Christine Wiegräbe; Double-bass: Matthias Scholz; Organ: Andreas Gräsle

YouTube

Oct 24, 2014

Video / TT:

Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 205 [HD]: Mvt. 7: Aria [A] [3:54] + Mvt. 8: Recitative [A, S] & Mvt. 9: Aria [S] [6:13] + Mvt. 13: Aria - Duet [A, T] [3:50] + Mvt. 14: Recitative [S] & Mvt. 15: Chorus [4:42]
Cantata BWV 201: Complete Cantata [HD: 55:17]

Recordings of Cantatas: 2015

C15-1

Kantaten zum 1. und 2. Sonntag nach Epiphanias (BWV 3, 32, 230, BWV 124)

 

Cantata Ach Gott, wie manches Herzeleid, BWV 3: Mvts. 1, 4-6 [16:31] (from a complete performance)
Cantata Liebster Jesu, mein Verlangen, BWV 32 [23:51]
Motet Lobet den Herrn, alle Heiden, BWV 230 [6:58]
Cantata Meinen Jesum laß ich nicht, BWV 124 [16:24]

Kay Johannsen

Solistenensemble Stimmkunst / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Christine Busch)

BWV 3: Soloists: Tenor: Nils Giebelhausen [BWV 3/4]; Soprano: Franziska Bobe [BWV 3/5]; Alto: Lidia Vinyes Curtis [BWV 3/5]
BWV 32: Soloists: Soprano: Franziska Bobe [BWV 32/1]; Bass: Thomas Scharr [BWV 32/2,3]; Soprano: Julla von Landsberg [BWV 32/4,5]; Bass: Jens Hamann [BWV 32/4,5]
BWV 124: Soloists: Tenor: Daniel Schreiber [BWV 124/2]; Tenor: Andreas Weller [BWV 124/3]; Bass: Matthias Horn [BWV 124/4]; Soprano: Fanie Antonelou [BWV 124/5]; Alto: Lena Sutor-Wernich [BWV 124/5]
Solistenensemble Stimmkunst: Sopranos: Fanie Antonelou, Franziska Bobe, Julla von Landsberg, Anaïs Sarkissian; Altos: Anne Greiling, Alexandra Paulmichl, Lena Sutor-Wernich, Lidia Vinyes Curtis; Tenors: Michael Berner, Nils Giebelhausen, Daniel Schreiber, Andreas Weller; Basses: Ralf Grobe, Jens Hamann, Matthias Horn, Thomas Scharr
Stiftsbarock Stuttgart: Oboes: Thomas Meraner, Priska Comploi; Bassoon: Barbara Meditz; Trombone: Henning Wiegräbe; Violins 1: Christine Busch, Regine Schröder, Isabelle Farr; Violins 2: Dietlind Mayer, Nina Eychmüller; Violas: Katharina Friederich, Marlene Steg; Violoncellos: Melanie Beck, Céline Papion; Double-bass: Matthias Scholz; Organ: Andreas Gräsle

YouTube

Jan 16, 2015

Video / TT:

Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 3 [16:31]: Mvt. 1: Chorus [5:57] Mvt. 4: Recitative [T]+ Mvt. 5: Aria - Duet [S. A] [9:21] + Mvt. 6: Chorale [1:13]
Cantata BWV 32 [23:51]: Mvt. 1: Aria [S] [5:33] + Mvt. 2: Recitative [B]+ Mvt. 3: Aria [B] [8:25] + Mvt. 4: Recitative - Dialogue [S. B] + Mvt. 5: Aria - Duet [S, B] [8:02] + Mvt. 6: Chorale [1:51]
Motet BWV 230: Complete Motet [HD: 6:58]
Cantata BWV 124 [16:24]: Mvt. 1: Chorus [3:51] + Mvt. 2: Recitaive [T] + Mvt. 3: Aria [T] [3:59] + Mvt. 4:Recitative [B] + Mvt. 5: Aria - Duet [S, A] [6:55] + Mvt. 6: Chorale [1:39]

C15-4/3

Bach & Neues: Konzert zum Deutschen Evangelischen Kirchentag (BWV 20, 39)

 

Cantata O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort, BWV 20 [27:33]
Cantata Brich dem Hungrigen dein Brot, BWV 39 [18:59]

Kay Johannsen

Stuttgarter Kantorei / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Susanne von Gutzeit)

BWV 20: Soloists: Soprano: Fanie Antonelou; Alto: Lena Sutor-Wernich; Tenor: Daniel Schreiber; Bass: Matthias Horn
BWV 39: Soloists: Soprano: Fanie Antonelou; Alto: Lena Sutor-Wernich; Bass: Matthias Horn

YouTube

Jun 4, 2015

Audio / TT: 46:32

Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Listen on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 20: Complete Cantata [HD: 27:33]
Cantata BWV 39: Complete Cantata [HD: 18:59]

C15-5

Kantaten zum 3. Sonntag nach Trinitatis 1723 (BWV 21, 75)

 

Cantata Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis, BWV 21: Mvts. 2-11 [39:44] (from a complete performance)
Cantata Die Elenden sollen essen, BWV 75: Mvts. 1-7 [20:54] (from a complete performance)

Kay Johannsen

Solistenensemble Stimmkunst / Stiftsbarock Stuttgart (Konzertmeisterin: Christine Busch)

BWV 21: Soloists: Soprano: Fanie Antonelou [BWV 21/3]; Saskia Fikentscher (Oboe) [BWV 21/3]; Tenor: Nils Giebelhausen [BWV 21/4]; Tenor: Andreas Weller [BWV 21/5]; Soprano: Heike Heilmann [BWV 21/7]; Bass: Thomas Scharr [BWV 21/7]; Franziska Bobe [BWV 21/8]; Bass: Jens Hamann [BWV 21/8]; Tenor: Hans Jörg Mammel [BWV 21/10]; Melanie Beck (Violoncello) [BWV 21/10], Andreas Gräsle (Organ) [BWV 21/10]
BWV 75: Soloists: Bass: Thomas Scharr [75/2]; Tenor: Hans Jörg Mammel [75/3]; Saskia Fikentscher (Oboe) [75/3]; Tenor: Nils Giebelhausen [75/4]; Soprano: Rahel Maas [75/5]; Soprano: Heike Heilmann [75/6]
Solistenensemble Stimmkunst: Sopranos: Fanie Antonelou, Franziska Bobe, Heike Heilmann, Rahel Maas; Altos: Anne Greiling, Hanna Roos, Lena Sutor-Wernich, Lidia Vinyes Curtis; Tenors: Michael Berner, Nils Giebelhausen, Hans Jörg Mammel, Andreas Weller; Basses: Ekkehard Abele, Jens Hamann, Thomas Scharr, Ralf Grobe
Stiftsbarock Stuttgart: Oboes: Saskia Fikentscher, Ulrike Grundwald; Bassoon: Barbara Meditz; Trumpets: Wolfgang Bauer, Ute Rothkirch, Thomas Kiess; Timpani: Ineke Busch; Violins 1: Christine Busch, Dietlind Mayer, Daphne Oltheten; Violins 2: Miriam Risch-Graulich, Nina Eychmüller; Violas: Katharina Friederich, Chen-Ying Lu-Riebutsch; Violoncellos: Melanie Beck, Céline Papion; Double-bass: Matthias Scholz; Organ: Andreas Gräsle

YouTube

Jun 26, 2015

Video / TT:

Recorded & filmed live at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in the frame of the Canata Cycle Bach:vokal.
Watch on YouTube:
Cantata BWV 21 [39:44]: Mvt. 1: Sinfonia + Mvt. 2: Chorus [4:16] + Mvt. 3: Aria [S] [4:24] + Mvt. 4: Recitative [T] + Mvt. 5: Aria [T] [7:59] + Mvt. 6: Chorus [3:58] + Mvt. 7: Recitative [S. B] + Mvt. 8: Duet [S. B] [6:03] + Mvt. 9: Chorus w/ Chorale [5:32] + Mvt. 10: Aria [T] [3:43] + Mvt. 11: Chorus [3:49]
Cantata BWV 75 [20:54]-: Mvt. 1: Chorus [5:05] + Mvt. 2: Recitative [B] + Mvt. 3: Aria [T] [6:40] + Mvt. 4: Recitative [T] + Mvt. 5: Aria [S] [6:15] + Mvt. 6: Recitative [S] + Mvt. 7: Chorale [2:54]

The list of recordings was compiled by Aryeh Oron (November 2013 - September 2016)
Sources:
Kay Johannsen Channel on YouTube | Bach Vokal: 2013 Schedule
Thanks to contributors: Lorenz Kerscher (August 2016)

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