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Part 1: Chorus (03:10)

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The chorus performs "Magnificat."

Part 2: Soprano Solo (02:29)

The "Et exsultavit spiritus meus" is performed by soprano soloist Heidi Riess.

Part 2A: Chorale Motet (02:02)

The chorus performs "Von Himmel hoch."

Parts 3 & 4: Soprano Aria & Chorus (03:54)

Soprano Heidi Riess performs "Quia respexit humilitatem." The chorus performs "Omnes generationes."

Part 5: Bass Aria (02:17)

Bass soloist Gothart Stier performs "Quia fecit mihi magna."

Part 5B: Chorus (01:25)

The chorus performs "Freut auch und jubiliert."

Part 6: Alto & Tenor Aria (03:18)

An alto/tenor duet performs "Et Misericordia."

Part 7: Chorus (02:10)

The chorus performs "Fecit potentiam."

Part 7C: Chorus (01:17)

The Chorus performs "Gloria in excelsis Deo."

Part 8: Tenor Aria (01:59)

Tenor soloist Peter Schreier performs "Deposuit potentes."

Part 9: Alto Aria (03:20)

"Esurientes implevit bonis" is performed by an alto soloist.

Part 11: Chorus (03:44)

The chorus performs "Sicut locutus est."

Part 12: Chorus (02:09)

The chorus performs "Gloria Patri."

Credits: J. S. Bach: Magnificat for Solo, Chorus, and Orchestra, BWV 243 (00:50)

Credits: J. S. Bach: Magnificat for Solo, Chorus, and Orchestra, BWV 243

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J.S. Bach: Magnificat for Solo, Chorus, and Orchestra, BWV 243


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Filmed at the 800-year-old Church of St. Nicholas in Leipzig. Performed by Heidi Riess, Peter Schreier, Gothart Stier, and the New Bach Collegium Maximum. (34 minutes)

Length: 35 minutes

Item#: BVL995

Copyright date: ©1986

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