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Bach chorales are in some ways the simplest point of access to Bach's imagination. They're found at the end of his cantatas, like the moral of a story. Typically using four voices, Bach paints each lutheran text with expressive harmonies that add new layers of meaning.
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Bach wrote about three hundred cantatas including beloved sacred cantatas like "Wachet Auf" (BWV 140) and secular cantatas like the hilarious Coffee and joyous Wedding cantatas. One of the most wonderful aspects of his cantatas are the ways that Bach uses voices paired with obbligato instruments.
- In addition to generally supporting Bach Everyday, you'll get to pick your favorite aria from a Bach cantata to be arranged for treble viol, piccolo cello, bass viol, and baroque cello!
Bach's Christmas Oratorio brings together six of his most jubilant cantatas into one spectacular work. Bring everything together in addition to general support and get three benefits:
- Behind the Scenes content including Bloopers and Photos
- Pick an Aria from your favorite Bach Cantata, Oratorio, or Passion, and have it performed on treble viol, piccolo cello, bass viol, and baroque cello
- Want to learn more about your favorite cantata? Get a one-on-one video lesson and we'll look into its history and score study together!
About Sarah Abigael Stone
I'm a baroque cellist and gambist living in New York City. Like so many other musicians during coronavirus, I have lost all of my performance work for the foreseeable future. To keep doing what I love, I’m recording a Bach Chorale a day from my NYC apartment as the city shelters in place for Covid-19. Please support me so I can keep creating art!
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