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C.P.E. Bach Edition

Bach / Rundfunkchor Berlin
Release Date: 01/28/2014 
Label:  Brilliant Classics   Catalog #: 94640   Spars Code: DDD 
Composer:  Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Anna StarrJoaquim Guerra CodinaMachiko TakahashiEckart Haupt,   ... 
Conductor:  Didier TalpainHartmut HaenchenJörn BoysenRoland Kieft,   ... 
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Solamente NaturaliC.P.E. Bach Chamber OrchestraMusica Poetica,   ... 
Number of Discs: 30 
Recorded in: Stereo 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews

C. P. E BACH THE C. P. E. BACH EDITION Various performers BRILLIANT 94640 (30 CDs: 29:37:16 Text and Translation)

As is its custom, Brilliant Classics continues to assemble—and divide, and reassemble—combinations of original and licensed recordings to produce mega-box sets and spin-offs from the same. Sometimes, as with the Telemann mega-box set I review elsewhere in this issue, Brilliant issues single CDs and smaller sets first, and subsequently assembles those into mega-box editions. In Read more other instances, however, such as here, it does the opposite—it first issues a mega-box set, and then releases single items from that individually. With respect to mega-box sets of uneven quality, the temptation to wait and buy only the desired portions of those as individual releases is tempered by two limiting factors: the significantly higher price of the separate individual releases, and the aggravating fact that Brilliant does not always release all the contents of the mega-box sets as separate items. More frustratingly, Brilliant also sometimes issues a mega-box set, and then comes back a couple of years later to issue an even bigger mega-box set (a prime instance here being the label’s Shostakovich Edition, which suddenly expanded from 27 to 51 CDs). To complicate matters further, because the licensing rights for some recordings expire after a fairly short period of time, the contents of a given mega-box set may partially alter after a few years (the newly reissued complete Beethoven set had almost half of its original contents replaced, whereas the Bach, Brahms, Mozart, and Tchaikovsky sets endured only minor alterations).


Consequently, buying any mega-box set from Brilliant is something of a gamble. Do you wait to see if an even bigger, or else better, edition comes out, and risk the current set going out of print? Or, do you buy now (at the admittedly mouth-watering super-budget price) but risk having to pay again and duplicating what you already have in order to get some additional items? Also, do you buy a mega-box set with a goodly share of items you don’t really want in order to get the ones you really do want? Or, do you wait and see if the latter come out separately? Most fortunately, in this case, and also in that of the aforementioned Telemann edition, the contents of the set are of such uniformly high quality that there is no need to hesitate: If you enjoy this repertoire, grab these sets now.


C. P. E. Bach has had to wait a very long time to come into his own again, after first going out of fashion by the end of the 18th century and then being overshadowed by the staggering genius of his father; but with the revival of interest over the last generation or so in the transitional era between the late Baroque and the Classical eras his music has undergone a major revival and he is once again being recognized as a truly major composer. Recordings of his works are pouring out in an increasing flood, and this 30-CD set marking the tricentenary of his birth is part of that musical riptide. Unlike the label’s compilations of works by composers from the 19th and 20th centuries, which consist almost entirely of licensed reissues, 19 of the 30 CDs here are original Brilliant Classics recordings, something which ensures greater stability to the contents of any subsequent edition. Of the remaining 11, CDs 2 and 26 (originally recorded by Edel) and CDs 3, 6, 7, and 27–30 (originally recorded by Capriccio) were previously issued by Capriccio in a 14-CD collection of C. P. E. Bach’s music. CD 5 is relicensed from Challenge, and CD 14 from Tactus. Of these 30 discs, 24 (all but discs 5, 9–11, 15, and 24) have previously been reviewed in these pages; a parenthetical reference to the corresponding review follows each disc. Here, then, are the contents:



CD 1: “Hamburg” Symphonies, Wq183 (H663–666) + Harpsichord Concerto, Wq43 No. 4 (H474) [Marek Toporowski (hpd), Didier Talpain, Solamente Naturali] (Jerry Dubins, 34:4)


CD 2: “Berlin” Symphonies, Wq174, 175, 178, 179, 181 (H649, 650, 653, 654, 656) [Hartmut Haenchen, C. P. E. Bach Chamber Orchestra] (William Youngren, 11:1, 18:1)


CD 3: Symphonies, Wq182 (H657–662) [Hartmut Haenchen, C. P. E. Bach Chamber Orchestra] (William Youngren, 11:2)


CD 4: Oboe Concertos, Wq135, 164, 165 (H549, 466, 468) [Anna Starr (ob), Jörn Boysen, Musica Poetica] + Pastorale in a for bassoon, Wq.deest [Joaquin Guerra Codina (bsn)] (Jerry Dubins, 36:2)


CD 5: Flute Concertos, Wq22, 164, 165 (H425, 466, 468) [Machiko Takahashi (fl), Roland Kieft, Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra]


CD 6: Flute Concertos, Wq167–169 (H435, 438, 445) [Eckart Haupt (fl), Hartmut Haenchen, C. P. E. Bach Chamber Orchestra] (William Youngren, 11:2)


CD 7: Organ Concertos, Wq34 and 35 (H444 and 446); Prelude in D, Wq970 (H107); Fantasia and Fugue in c, Wq119 No. 7 (H103) [Roland Münch, Hartmut Haenchen, C. P. E. Bach Chamber Orchestra] (William Youngren, 11:2)


CD 8: Cello Concertos, Wq 170–172 (H432, 436, 439) [Raphael Wallfisch (vc), Jonathan Morton, Scottish Ensemble] (Jerry Dubins, 33:5)


CD 9: Harpsichord Concertos, Wq3, 6, 14 (H405, 409, 417) [Pieter-Jan Belder, Musica Amphion]


CD 10: Concerto in d for recorder and strings, Wq22 (H425); Concerto (Sonatina) in E??for harpsichord, two recorders and strings, Wq108 (H462); Quartet in a for harpsichord, recorder (or flute), violin, and cello, Wq93 (H537); Trio in F for bass recorder, viola and basso continuo, Wq159 (H588) [Collegium Pro Musica]


CD 11: Trios for traverso, viola, and harpsichord, Wq 93–95 (H537–539); Sonata in A for traverso, violin, cello, and harpsichord, Wq146 (H570/542); Duet in e for traverso and violin, Wq140 (H598) [Helianthus Ensemble]


CD 12: Sonatas for flute and basso continuo I, Wq123–127 + 130 (H550–554 + 560) [Jed Wentz (fl), Job ter Haar (cello), Michael Borgstede (hpd), Musica ad Rhenum] (Lynn René Bayley, 37:5)


CD 13: Sonatas for flute and basso continuo II, Wq128, 129, 131, 133, 134 (H555, 556, 561, 564, 548) [Jed Wentz (fl), Job ter Haar (cello), Michael Borgstede (hpd), Musica ad Rhenum] (Lynn René Bayley, 37:5)


CD 14: Sonatas for viola da gamba in C and D, Wq136–137 (H558–559) + Trio for viola da gamba and harpsichord, Wq88 (H510) [Paolo Pandolfo (vdg), Rinaldo Alessandrini (hpd)] (William Youngren, 15:1)


CD 15: Sonatas for harpsichord and violin, Wq71–73 + 76 (H502–504 + 512) + Sonata (H542.5) [formerly BWV1020 of J. S. Bach; note that Brilliant misprints the catalog number as H524.5] + Sinfonia, Wq74 (H507) [Federico Guglielmo (vln), Roberto Loreggian (hpd)]


CD 16: Prussian Sonatas, Wq48 (H24–29) [Pieter-Jan Belder (hpd)] (James A. Altena, 36: 3)


CD 17: Württemberg Sonatas I, Wq49 (H30, 31, 33) [Pieter-Jan Belder (hpd)] (James A. Altena, 36:3)


CD 18: Württemberg Sonatas II, Wq49 (H32, 34, 36) [Pieter-Jan Belder (hpd)] (James A. Altena, 36:3)


CD 19: Keyboard Sonatas “für Kenner und Liebhaber,” Wq55 Nos. 1–5 (H244, 130, 245, 186, 243) [Pieter-Jan Belder (hpd)] (Lynn René Bayley, 37: 5)


CD 20: Keyboard Sonatas and Rondos “für Kenner und Liebhaber,” Wq55 No. 6 (H187), Wq56 (H246, 260–262, 269, 270) [Pieter-Jan Belder (hpd)] (Lynn René Bayley, 37:5)


CD 21: Keyboard Sonatas and Rondos “für Kenner und Liebhaber,” Wq57 (H173, 247, 265, 266, 268, 271), Wq58 (H273, 276) [Pieter-Jan Belder (hpd)] (Lynn René Bayley, 37:5)


CD 22: Keyboard Sonatas and Rondos “für Kenner und Liebhaber,” Wq58 (H267, 274, 277, 278, 288), Wq59 (H281, 268) [Pieter-Jan Belder (hpd)] (Lynn René Bayley, 37:5)


CD 23: Keyboard Sonatas, Rondos, and Fantasies “für Kenner und Liebhaber,” Wq59 (H279, 282–284), Wq61 (H286–291) [Pieter-Jan Belder (hpd)] (Lynn René Bayley, 37:5)


CD 24: Keyboard Symphonies, Wq122 Nos. 1–3 (H45, 104, 653) + arr. Wq176 [Andrea Chezzi (hpd)]


CD 25: Sacred Songs, Wq194 Nos. 7, 10, 18, and 26; Wq195 No. 6; Wq196 Nos. 4, 8, 18, and 19; Wq197 Nos. 13, 14, and 21; Wq198 No. 12; H693 and H709 + Secular Songs, H673 and 695 [Julian Redlin (bs), Jörn Boysen (hpd)] (Lynn René Bayley, 36:1)


CD 26: Symphonies in G, Wq173 and 180 (H648 and 655); Magnificat in D, Wq215 (H772) [Venceslava Hruba-Freiberger (sop), Barbara Bornemann (alt), Peter Schreier (ten), Olaf Bär (bs), Hartmut Haenchen, Berlin Radio Choir, C. P. E. Bach Chamber Orchestra] (William Youngren, 18:1)


CD 27: Cantatas: Morgengesang am Schöpfungsfeste , Wq 239 (H779); Auf, schicke dich recht feierlich , Wq249 (H815); Anbetung dem Erbarmer , Wq243 (H807); Heilig , Wq217 (H778) [Johanna Koslowsky (sop, Wq239 only), Barbara Schlick (sop), Hilke Helling (alt; only soloist in Wq217), Wilfried Jochens (ten), Gotthold Schwarz (bs), Hermann Max, Rheinische Kantorei, Das Kleine Konzert] (William Youngren, 11:2)


CD 28: Cantatas: Gnädig und barmherzig ist der Herr , Wq250 (H281); Wer ist so würdig als du , Wq222 (H831); Der Herr lebet , Wq251 (H821g) [Barbara Schlick (sop), Hilke Helling (alt), Wilfried Jochens (ten), Gotthold Schwarz (bs) Hermann Max, Rheinische Kantorei, Das Kleine Konzert] (William Youngren, 11:6)


CD 29: Oratorio: Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu , Wq240 (H777) [Barbara Schlick (sop), Christoph Prégardien (ten), Stephen Varcoe (bs), Hermann Max, Rheinische Kantorei, Das Kleine Konzert] (William Youngren, 11:2)


CD 30: Oratorio: Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu , Wq240 (H777); Cantata: Gott hat den Herrn auferwecket , Wq244 (H803) [Martina Lins (sop), Paul Elliott (ten), Gotthold Schwarz (bs), Hermann Max, Rheinische Kantorei, Das Kleine Konzert] (William Youngren, 11:2)


Except for discs 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 26—all but 5 and 8 conducted by Hartmut Haenchen—these performances all feature period instruments. Of the exceptions, only Roland Kieft and the Concertgebouw Orchestra on CD 5 offer old-fashioned, somewhat stolid performances; Haenchen provides energetic, stylish readings that are cognizant of period performance practices while not embracing them, while on disc 8 Jonathan Morton and the Scottish Ensemble are fully observant of such practices. For the sake of brevity and to avoid repetition of previous coverage, I will only discuss in any detail here those discs that either were not reviewed or with which I have a substantial disagreement with a previous review.


CDs 1–10 are devoted to symphonies and concertos. For CDs 1–3, I agree entirely with the endorsements of Jerry Dubins and William Youngren. Regarding CD 4, however, I will venture to dissent strongly from Dubins’s negative review, in which he complained of the one-to-a-part string ensemble and of the intonation of soloist Anna Starr, whose “playing is spoiled for me by one too many notes that are just off-pitch enough to make me cringe.” What I hear instead is a quintessential Baroque oboe, with its far more piercing and pungent tone, different overtones, and tuning to meantone rather than equal temperament, all of which will make the playing sound “off-pitch” on certain notes when compared to a modern instrument. If approached with anticipation of such factors, however, these performances are quite fine and provide great delight. CD 5 is passable but somewhat below the standards set elsewhere in this set; two of the three “flute” concertos are actually transcriptions of oboe concertos already featured on CD 4, and as already noted the performances adhere to an old-fashioned, heavier approach, as become readily apparent in juxtaposition to the flute concertos on the much superior CD 6, where Eckart Haupt is also a noticeably finer soloist than is Machiko Takahashi. CD 7 is again quite good; as for CD 8, I think these are better performances than Dubins allows—Raphael Wallfisch is an estimable soloist, and the orchestral playing is quite vigorous—but I haven’t heard the alternatives he cites and can imagine that I would find an actual period instrument performance to be superior. CDs 9 and 10 are two of the highlights of this set; on both discs the music showcases the more innovative and daring side of C. P. E. Bach’s multifaceted oeuvre , and the period instrument soloists and performers are outstanding in every way.


CDs 11–15 feature chamber music. CD 11 is another highlight of the set in line with CDs 9 and 10, with the Helianthus Ensemble providing lithe, glowing renditions. Regarding CDs 12 and 13, Bayley liked the sonatas but dismissed “the performance style of Jed Wentz and his accompanists” as “light, airy, and bloodless.” Once again, I will register a dissent; these are elegant, stylish, and expressive performances, praised by a professional flutist to whom I gave the separately issued two-CD set as a gift. As for CD 14, I agree with Youngren’s positive assessment, though I have heard even better viola da gamba soloists who I am sure would create even finer versions if they took these works in hand. CD 15, on the other hand, is another stellar entry in this series, with Federico Guglielmo and Roberto Loreggian turning in top-notch and absolutely convincing interpretations.


CDs 16–24 offer solo keyboard music, variously played on harpsichord, clavichord, and fortepiano. I already gave a hearty commendation to CDs 16–18, previously issued as a separate set, and happily second Bayley’s ringing endorsement of CDs 19–23, also just issued as a separate five-CD set. On CD 24, Andrea Chezzi proves to be as splendid an interpreter as Jan-Pieter Belder is on the previous eights discs, and his harpsichord is a magnificently rich-toned specimen of that instrument.


Finally, CDs 25–30 turn to vocal music. I am somewhat less enthusiastic than Bayley about both the repertoire and interpretations of the (mostly, with two exceptions) sacred songs on CD 25, as the rather simple melodies are not always engaging for me and Redlin employs a vibratoless voice that is a bit arid and lacking in color, though he is certainly stylish. Both Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and Klaus Mertens have made superior recordings of this repertoire. In CDs 26–30, I will gladly support Youngren’s positive verdicts regarding all of them, particularly the always estimable Hermann Max with his well-drilled ensembles and soloists, and even my pronounced dislike of Peter Schreier’s throaty tenor cannot spoil the electrifying thrill of the Magnificat, surely one of the most originally conceived pieces of sacred music ever written.


In sum, then, this is a first-rate set on virtually every level. The one fly in the ointment is that, per its usual parsimonious custom, Brilliant provides only a brief introductory essay in a printed booklet; for all the notes on specific compositions and for texts of the vocal works (with the original Latin and German texts only, no translations) one must go to the label’s web site and download a pdf file (the link is: brilliantclassics.com/media/521313/94640-CPE-Bach-Edition-Liner-Notes-Sung-Texts-Download.pdf). It is high time that the genius of C. P. E. received its full due, and this set should do a great deal to advance that most worthy cause; urgently, even passionately, recommended.

FANFARE: James A. Altena

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Works on This Recording

1. Sinfonias (4), Wq 183: no 1 in D major, H 663 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Didier Talpain
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Solamente Naturali
Period: Classical 
Written: 1775-1776; Hamburg, Germany 
2. Sinfonias (4), Wq 183: no 2 in E flat major, H 664 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Didier Talpain
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Solamente Naturali
Period: Classical 
Written: 1775-1776; Hamburg, Germany 
3. Concertos (6) for Harpsichord, Wq 43: no 4 in C minor, H 474 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Didier Talpain
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Solamente Naturali
Period: Classical 
Written: 1771; Hamburg, Germany 
4. Sinfonias (4), Wq 183: no 3 in F major, H 665 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Didier Talpain
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Solamente Naturali
Period: Classical 
Written: 1775-1776; Hamburg, Germany 
5. Sinfonias (4), Wq 183: no 4 in G major, H 666 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Didier Talpain
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Solamente Naturali
Period: Classical 
Written: 1775-1776; Hamburg, Germany 
6. Sinfonia in E flat major, Wq 179/H 654 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1757-1762; Berlin, Germany 
7. Sinfonia in F major, Wq 181/H 656 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1757-1762; Berlin, Germany 
8. Sinfonia in C major, Wq 174/H 649 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1755; Berlin, Germany 
9. Sinfonia in F major, Wq 175/H 650 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1755; Berlin, Germany 
10. Sinfonia in E minor, Wq 178/H 653 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1756; Berlin, Germany 
11. Sinfonias (6), Wq 182: no 1 in G major, H 657 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1773; Hamburg, Germany 
12. Sinfonias (6), Wq 182: no 2 in B flat major, H 658 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1773; Hamburg, Germany 
13. Sinfonias (6), Wq 182: no 3 in C major, H 659 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1773; Hamburg, Germany 
14. Sinfonias (6), Wq 182: no 4 in A major, H 660 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1773; Hamburg, Germany 
15. Sinfonias (6), Wq 182: no 5 in B minor, H 661 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1773; Hamburg, Germany 
16. Sinfonias (6), Wq 182: no 6 in E major, H 662 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1773; Hamburg, Germany 
17. Sonata for Oboe and Basso Continuo in G minor, Wq 135/H 549 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Anna Starr (Baroque Oboe)
Conductor:  Jörn Boysen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica Poetica
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1735; Germany 
18. Concerto for Oboe in E flat major, Wq 165/H 468 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Anna Starr (Baroque Oboe)
Conductor:  Jörn Boysen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica Poetica
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1765; Berlin, Germany 
19. Concerto for Oboe in B flat major, Wq 164/H 466 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Anna Starr (Baroque Oboe)
Conductor:  Jörn Boysen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica Poetica
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1765; Berlin, Germany 
20. Pastorale in A minor, Wq deest by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Anna Starr (Baroque Oboe), Joaquim Guerra Codina (Bassoon)
Conductor:  Jörn Boysen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica Poetica
21. Concerto for Oboe in B flat major, Wq 164/H 466 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Machiko Takahashi (Flute)
Conductor:  Roland Kieft
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1765; Berlin, Germany 
22. Concerto for Flute in D minor, Wq 22/H 425 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Machiko Takahashi (Flute)
Conductor:  Roland Kieft
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1747 
23. Concerto for Oboe in E flat major, Wq 165/H 468 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Machiko Takahashi (Flute)
Conductor:  Roland Kieft
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1765; Berlin, Germany 
24. Concerto for Flute in A major, Wq 168/H 438 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Eckart Haupt (Flute)
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1753; Berlin, Germany 
25. Concerto for Flute in B flat major, Wq 167/H 435 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Eckart Haupt (Flute)
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1751; Berlin, Germany 
26. Concerto for Flute in G major, Wq 169/H 445 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Eckart Haupt (Flute)
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1755; Berlin, Germany 
27. Concerto for Organ in G major, Wq 34/H 444 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Roland Munch (Organ)
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1755; Berlin, Germany 
28. Prelude for Organ in D major, Wq 70 no 7 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Roland Munch (Organ)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1756; Berlin, Germany 
29. Concerto for Organ in E flat major, Wq 35/H 446 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Roland Munch (Organ)
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1759; Berlin, Germany 
30. Fantasy and Fugue for Keyboard in C minor, Wq 119 no 7/H 103 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Roland Munch (Organ)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1754; Berlin, Germany 
31. Concerto for Cello no 1 in A minor, Wq 170/H 432 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Raphael Wallfisch (Cello)
Conductor:  Jonathan Morton
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Scottish Ensemble
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1750; Berlin, Germany 
32. Concerto for Cello no 2 in B flat major, Wq 171/H 436 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Raphael Wallfisch (Cello)
Conductor:  Jonathan Morton
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Scottish Ensemble
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1751; Berlin, Germany 
33. Concerto for Cello no 3 in A major, Wq 172/H 439 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Raphael Wallfisch (Cello)
Conductor:  Jonathan Morton
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Scottish Ensemble
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1753; Berlin, Germany 
34. Concerto for Harpsichord in G minor, Wq 6/H 409 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Harpsichord)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Belder
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica Amphion
Period: Classical 
Written: 1740; Berlin, Germany 
35. Concerto for Harpsichord in G major, Wq 3/H 405 H 405 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Harpsichord)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Belder
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica Amphion
Period: Classical 
Written: 1737; Frankfurt, Germany 
36. Concerto for Harpsichord in E major, Wq 14/H 417 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Harpsichord)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Belder
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica Amphion
Period: Classical 
Written: 1753; Berlin, Germany 
37. Concerto for Flute in D minor, Wq 22/H 425 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Stefano Bagliano (Recorder), Andrea Coen (Harpsichord)
Conductor:  Stefano Bagliano
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Collegium Pro Musica
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1747 
38. Trio Sonata in F major, Wq 163/H 588 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Stefano Bagliano (Recorder), Andrea Coen (Harpsichord)
Conductor:  Stefano Bagliano
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Collegium Pro Musica
Period: Classical 
Written: 1755 
39. Quartet for Flute, Viola, Cello and Harpsichord in A minor, Wq 93/H 537 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Stefano Bagliano (Recorder), Andrea Coen (Harpsichord)
Conductor:  Stefano Bagliano
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Collegium Pro Musica
Period: Classical 
Written: 1788; Hamburg, Germany 
40. Sonatina for Harpsichord, 2 Flutes and Strings in E flat major, Wq 108/H 462 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Andrea Coen (Harpsichord), Stefano Bagliano (Recorder), Lorenzo Cavasanti (Recorder)
Conductor:  Stefano Bagliano
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Collegium Pro Musica
41. Trio Sonata for Flute, Violin and Basso Continuo in A major, Wq 146/H 570 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Helianthus Ensemble
Period: Classical 
Written: 1731/1747; Berlin, Germany 
42. Quartet for Flute, Viola, Cello and Harpsichord in G major, Wq 95/H 539 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Helianthus Ensemble
Period: Classical 
Written: 1788; Hamburg, Germany 
43. Quartet for Flute, Viola, Cello and Harpsichord in D major, Wq 94/H 538 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Helianthus Ensemble
Period: Classical 
Written: 1788; Hamburg, Germany 
44. Quartet for Flute, Viola, Cello and Harpsichord in A minor, Wq 93/H 537 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Helianthus Ensemble
Period: Classical 
Written: 1788; Hamburg, Germany 
45. Duetto for Flute and Violin in E minor, Wq 140/H 598 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Helianthus Ensemble
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1770 
46. Sonata for Flute and Basso Continuo in G major, Wq 134/H 548 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Jed Wentz (Flute)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1735; Germany 
47. Sonata for Flute and Basso Continuo in G major, Wq 133/H 564 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Jed Wentz (Flute)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Classical 
Written: 1786; Hamburg, Germany 
48. Sonata for Flute and Basso Continuo in G major, Wq 127/H 554 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Jed Wentz (Flute)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Classical 
Written: 1735-1740; Berlin, Germany 
49. Sonata for Flute and Basso Continuo in G major, Wq 123/H 550 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Jed Wentz (Flute)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Classical 
Written: 1735-1740; Berlin, Germany 
50. Sonata for Flute and Basso Continuo in E minor, Wq 124/H 551 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Jed Wentz (Flute)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Classical 
Written: 1735-1740; Berlin, Germany 
51. Sonata for Flute and Basso Continuo in D major, Wq 131 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Jed Wentz (Flute)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Classical 
Written: 1746-1747; Berlin, Germany 
52. Sonata for Flute and Basso Continuo in D major, Wq 129/H 556 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Jed Wentz (Flute)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Classical 
Written: 1735-1740; Berlin, Germany 
53. Sonata for Flute and Basso Continuo in D major, Wq 126/H 553 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Jed Wentz (Flute)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Classical 
Written: 1735-1740; Berlin, Germany 
54. Sonata for Flute and Basso Continuo in B flat major, Wq 130/H 560 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Jed Wentz (Flute)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Classical 
Written: 1746-1747; Berlin, Germany 
55. Sonata for Flute and Basso Continuo in B flat major, Wq 125/H 552 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Jed Wentz (Flute)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Classical 
Written: 1735-1740; Berlin, Germany 
56. Sonata for Flute and Basso Continuo in A minor, Wq 128/H 555 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Jed Wentz (Flute)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Classical 
Written: 1735-1740; Berlin, Germany 
57. Sonata for Viola da Gamba and Basso Continuo in D major, Wq 137/H 559 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Paolo Pandolfo (Viola da gamba), Rinaldo Alessandrini (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1745-1746; Berlin, Germany 
Length: 4 Minutes 55 Secs. 
58. Sonata for Viola da Gamba and Basso Continuo in C major, Wq 136/H 558 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Rinaldo Alessandrini (Harpsichord), Paolo Pandolfo (Viola da gamba)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1745-1746; Berlin, Germany 
Length: 4 Minutes 54 Secs. 
59. Sonata for Viola da Gamba and Harpsichord in G minor, Wq 88/H 510 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Rinaldo Alessandrini (Harpsichord), Paolo Pandolfo (Viola da gamba)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1759; Berlin, Germany 
Length: 7 Minutes 36 Secs. 
60. Sonata for Violin and Harpsichord in D major, Wq 74/H 507 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Roberto Loreggian (Harpsichord), Federico Guglielmo (Violin)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1754; Berlin, Germany 
61. Sonata for Violin and Harpsichord in D major, Wq 71/H 502 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Roberto Loreggian (Harpsichord), Federico Guglielmo (Violin)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1731/1746; Berlin, Germany 
62. Sonata for Violin and Harpsichord in B minor, Wq 76/H 512 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Roberto Loreggian (Harpsichord), Federico Guglielmo (Violin)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1763; Berlin, Germany 
63. Duetto for Violin and Harpsichord in D minor, Wq 72/H 503 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Roberto Loreggian (Harpsichord), Federico Guglielmo (Violin)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1731/1747; Berlin, Germany 
64. Duetto for Violin and Harpsichord in C major, Wq 73/H 504 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Roberto Loreggian (Harpsichord), Federico Guglielmo (Violin)
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1745; Berlin, Germany 
65. Sonata for Violin and Harpsichord in G minor, H 524.5 [formerly attr. to J.S. Bach, BWV 1020] by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Roberto Loreggian (Harpsichord), Federico Guglielmo (Violin)
66. Sonatas (6) for Keyboard, Wq 48: no 1 in F/H 24 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1740-1742; Berlin, Germany 
67. Sonatas (6) for Keyboard, Wq 48: no 2 in Bb/H 25 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1740; Berlin, Germany 
68. Sonatas (6) for Keyboard, Wq 48: no 3 in E/H 26 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1740-1742; Berlin, Germany 
69. Sonatas (6) for Keyboard, Wq 48: no 4 in c/H 27 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1740-1742; Berlin, Germany 
70. Sonatas (6) for Keyboard, Wq 48: no 5 in C major/H 28 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1740-1742; Berlin, Germany 
71. Sonatas (6) for Keyboard, Wq 48: no 6 in A/H 29 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1740-1742; Berlin, Germany 
72. Sonatas (6) for Keyboard, Wq 49: no 1 in A minor, H 30 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Harpsichord)
73. Sonatas (6) for Keyboard, Wq 49: no 2 in Ab Major/H 31 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1742-1743; Berlin, Germany 
74. Sonatas (6) for Keyboard, Wq 49: no 3 in E minor, H 33 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Harpsichord)
75. Sonatas (6) for Keyboard, Wq 49: no 4 in B flat major/H 32 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: Berlin, Germany 
76. Sonatas (6) for Keyboard, Wq 49: no 5 in E flat major/H 34 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: Berlin, Germany 
77. Sonatas (6) for Keyboard, Wq 49: no 6 in B minor/H 36 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: Berlin, Germany 
78. Sonata for Keyboard in C major, Wq 55 no 1/H 244 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
79. Sonata for Keyboard in F major, Wq 55 no 2/H 130 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
80. Sonata for Keyboard in B minor, Wq 55 no 3/H 245 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
81. Sonata for Keyboard in A major, Wq 55 no 4/H 186 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
82. Sonata for Keyboard in F major, Wq 55 no 5/H 243 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: Berlin, Germany 
83. Sonata for Keyboard in G major, Wq 55 no 6/H 187 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1765; Germany 
84. Rondo for Keyboard in C major, Wq 56 no 1/H 260 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1778; Hamburg, Germany 
85. Sonata for Keyboard in G major, Wq 56 no 2/H 246 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
86. Rondo for Keyboard in D major, Wq 56 no 3/H 261 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
87. Sonata for Keyboard in F major, Wq 56 no 4/H 269 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
88. Rondo for Keyboard in A minor, Wq 56 no 5/H 262 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
89. Sonata for Keyboard in A major, Wq 56 no 6/H 270 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
90. Sonata for Keyboard in F minor, Wq 57 no 6/H 173 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1763; Germany 
91. Sonata for Keyboard in d minor, Wq 57 no 4/H 208 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: Berlin, Germany 
92. Sonata for Keyboard in A minor, Wq 57 no 2/H 247 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
93. Rondo for Keyboard in G major, Wq 57 no 3/H 271 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: Berlin, Germany 
94. Rondo for Keyboard in F major, Wq 57 no 5/H 266 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
95. Rondo for Keyboard in E major, Wq 57 no 1/H 265 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: Berlin, Germany 
96. Sonata for Keyboard in G major, Wq 58 no 2/H 273 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
97. Sonata for Keyboard in E minor, Wq 58 no 4/H 188 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
98. Rondo for Keyboard in E major, Wq 58 no 3/H 274 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
99. Rondo for Keyboard in B flat major, Wq 58 no 5/H 267 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1779; Hamburg, Germany 
100. Rondo for Keyboard in A major, Wq 58 no 1/H 276 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
101. Fantasy for Keyboard in E flat major, Wq 58 no 6/H 277 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1782; Hamburg, Germany 
102. Fantasy for Keyboard in A major, Wq 58/H 278 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1780; Hamburg, Germany 
103. Sonata for Keyboard in E minor, Wq 59 no 1/H 281 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1784; Hamburg, Germany 
104. Sonata for Keyboard in B flat major, Wq 59 no 3/H 282 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
105. Rondo for Keyboard in C minor, Wq 59 no 4/H 283 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1784; Hamburg, Germany 
106. Fantasia for Keyboard in C major, Wq 59 no 6/H 284 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1782; Hamburg, Germany 
107. Rondo for Keyboard in C minor, Wq 59 no 2/H 268 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
108. Fantasia for Keyboard in F major, Wq 59 no 5/H 279 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
109. Sonata for Keyboard in G major, Wq 61 no 5/H 287 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1785-1786; Hamburg, Germany 
110. Sonata for Keyboard in D major, Wq 61 no 2/H 286 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1785-1786; Hamburg, Germany 
111. Rondo for Keyboard in E flat major, Wq 61 no 1/H 288 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1785-1786; Hamburg, Germany 
112. Rondo for Keyboard in D minor, Wq 61 no 4/H 290 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1785-1786; Hamburg, Germany 
113. Fantasia for Keyboard in C major, Wq 61 no 6/H 291 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1785-1786; Berlin, Germany 
114. Fantasia for Keyboard in B flat major, Wq 61 no 3/H 289 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Pieter-Jan Belder (Keyboard)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1785-1786; Berlin, Germany 
115. Sinfonia in G major, Wq 122 no 1/H 45 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Andrea Chezzi (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1745; Berlin, Germany 
116. Sinfonia in F major, Wq 122 no 2/H 104 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Andrea Chezzi (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: after 1755 
117. Sinfonia in E minor, Wq 178/H 653 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Andrea Chezzi (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1756; Berlin, Germany 
118. Sinfonia in D major, Wq 176/H 651 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Andrea Chezzi (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1755; Berlin, Germany 
119. Geistliche Oden und Lieder (55), Wq 194/H 686: no 18, Die Ehre Gottes aus der Natur by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
120. Geistliche Oden und Lieder (55), Wq 194/H 686: no 26, Betrachtung des Todes by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
121. Geistliche Oden und Lieder (12), Wq 195/H 696: no 6, Die Zufriedenheit in Gott by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
122. Geistliche Oden und Lieder (55), Wq 194/H 686: no 7, Prüfung am Abend by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1757; Berlin, Germany 
123. Geistliche Oden und Lieder (55), Wq 194/H 686: no 10, Osterlied by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1757; Berlin, Germany 
124. Der Unbeständige, Wq 202C no 1/H 709 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1770 
125. Cramers übersetzte Psalmen, Wq 196: no 4, Psalm 8 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1774 
126. Cramers übersetzte Psalmen, Wq 196: no 8, Psalm 23 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1774 
127. Cramers übersetzte Psalmen, Wq 196: no 19, Psalm 86 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1774 
128. Cramers übersetzte Psalmen, Wq 196: no 18, Psalm 67 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1774 
129. Das Privilegium, Wq 202b no 1/H 693 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1765; Berlin, Germany 
130. Sacred Songs (30), Wq 197/H 749: no 13, Der Tag des Weltgerichts by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1780; Hamburg, Germany 
131. Sacred Songs (30), Wq 197/H 749: no 14, Der Frühling by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1780; Hamburg, Germany 
132. Sacred Songs (30), Wq 197/H 749: no 21, Die Fortdauer der Lehre Jesu by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1780; Hamburg, Germany 
133. Sacred Songs (30) II, Wq 198/H 752: no 12, Andenken an den Tod by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: 1781; Hamburg, Germany 
134. Die Küsse, Wq 199 no 4/H 673 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1762 
135. Belinde, Wq 202B no 3/H 695 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Julian Redlin (Bass), Jörn Boysen (Harpsichord)
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1765 
136. Magnificat, Wq 215/H 772 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Venceslava Hruba-Freiberger (Soprano), Barbara Bornemann (Alto), Peter Schreier (Tenor),
Olaf Bär (Baritone)
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Berlin Radio Chorus,  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1749; Berlin, Germany 
Language: Latin 
137. Sinfonia in G major, Wq 180/H 655 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1758; Berlin, Germany 
138. Sinfonia in G major, Wq 173/H 648 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hartmut Haenchen
Orchestra/Ensemble:  C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1741; Berlin, Germany 
139. Morgengesang am Schöpfungsfeste, Wq 239/H 779 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Barbara Schlick ()
Conductor:  Hermann Max
Period: Classical 
Written: 1783 
Date of Recording: 04/1987-05/1987 
Venue:  Wuppertal-Barmen, Immanuelskirche 
Length: 5 Minutes 12 Secs. 
140. Auf, schicke dich recht feierlich, Wq 249/H 815 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Wilfried Jochens (), Gotthold Schwarz (), Barbara Schlick ()
Conductor:  Hermann Max
Period: Classical 
Written: 1775 
Date of Recording: 04/1987-05/1987 
Venue:  Wuppertal-Barmen, Immanuelskirche 
Length: 11 Minutes 27 Secs. 
141. Anbetung dem Erbarmer, Wq 243/H 807 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hermann Max
Period: Baroque 
Written: 03/05/1783; Germany 
Date of Recording: 04/1987-05/1987 
Venue:  Wuppertal-Barmen, Immanuelskirche 
Length: 19 Minutes 25 Secs. 
142. Heilig for Voice, Double Chorus, 2 Oboes, Bassoon, 3 Trumpets, Strings and Basso continuo by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hermann Max
Period: Classical 
Written: 1776 
Date of Recording: 04/1987-05/1987 
Venue:  Wuppertal-Barmen, Immanuelskirche 
Length: 7 Minutes 18 Secs. 
143. Gnädig und barmherzig by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hermann Max
Period: Classical 
Written: 1785 
Date of Recording: 04/1987-05/1987 
Venue:  Wuppertal-Barmen, Immanuelskirche 
Length: 22 Minutes 18 Secs. 
144. Wer ist so würdig als du, Wq 222/H 831 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hermann Max
Period: Classical 
Written: 1774; Hamburg, Germany 
Date of Recording: 04/1987-05/1987 
Venue:  Wuppertal-Barmen, Immanuelskirche 
Length: 5 Minutes 1 Secs. 
145. Der Herr lebet, Wq 251/H 822 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Conductor:  Hermann Max
Period: Classical 
Written: 1768-1787; Hamburg, Germany 
Date of Recording: 04/1987-05/1987 
Venue:  Wuppertal-Barmen, Immanuelskirche 
Length: 33 Minutes 32 Secs. 
146. Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu, Wq 240/H 777 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Barbara Schlick (Soprano), Christoph Prégardien (Tenor), Stephen Varcoe (Baritone)
Conductor:  Hermann Max
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Rheinische Kantorei,  Das Kleine Konzert
Period: Classical 
Written: 1774/1778; Hamburg, Germany 
Date of Recording: 04/1986 
Venue:  Wuppertal-Barmen, Immanuelskirche 
Length: 67 Minutes 32 Secs. 
147. Gott hat den Herrn auferweckt, Wq 244/H 803 by Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach
Performer:  Gotthold Schwarz (Bass), Martina Lins (Soprano), Paul Elliott (Tenor)
Conductor:  Hermann Max
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Rheinische Kantorei,  Das Kleine Konzert
Period: Baroque 
Written: Germany 
Date of Recording: 10/1984 
Venue:  St. Amandus-Kirche, Köln-Rheinkassel 
Length: 22 Minutes 21 Secs. 

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