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1. Aria: Soprano Jauchzet Gott In Allen Landen! - Bach* – Gardiner* - Cantatas Vol. 8: Bremen / San

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  1. Brall
    JS Bach: Christmas Oratorio (Cantatas 1 - 3 & 6) Katherine Watson (soprano), Iestyn Davies (alto), James Gilchrist (tenor), Neal Davies (bass), The Choir of Trinity College Cambridge, The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Stephen Layton live from St John's .
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  3. Mazugami
    Oct 27,  · Johann Sebastian Bach (), Cantata BWV Aria (Soprano): Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen!, (Bethlehem) Bach Festival Orchestra, Greg Funfgeld, Ann Monoyios – soprano, Dorian , THE ASCENSION ORATORIO AND TWO FESTIVE CANTATAS.
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  4. Shakanos
    Johann Sebastian Bach (), Cantata BWV Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen, Music from Aston Magna, Daniel Stepner, Dominique Labelle – soprano, Joshua Cohen – baroque trumpet, Centaur , SOLO CANTATAS BY JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH.
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  5. Tojabar
    Bach: Cantatas Vol 8 / Gardiner, English Baroque S by Bach, Johann Sebastian on CD. The following aria, for soprano, is nicely sung but the ear is drawn irresistibly to the hugely testing, rippling flute obbligato. Peter Harvey projects his bass aria strongly. Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen, BWV 51 by Johann Sebastian Bach Performer.
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  6. Kegor
    Cantata No. 51 -- Jauchzet Gott in Allen Landen - Soprano Solo (Cembalo & Orch.) (German Language Edition), Johann Sebastian Bach Diccionario Premium Siglo XXI, Alejandro Marcelo Itzik Advanced Footskills for Tennis (PAL), United States Tennis Assoc.
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  7. Mashakar
    Sep 28,  · BWV ” and the solo cantata for soprano “Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen! BWV ” In the heart-rending opening movement of BWV , Bach gives us a wonderful mixture of recitative for the middle voices—alto and tenor soloists—skilfully intermeshed with the chorale of the title (Why are you troubled, my heart) sung by the full chorus.
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  8. Akizshura
    SDG Cantatafinder  The Cantatafinder provides a fan-made database that covers Johann Sebastian Bach’s surviving church cantatas performed and recorded under the direction of Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
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