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Bach Kantaten, Vol. 4: BWV 127, BWV 159, BWV 43. Cantata BWV 43. Diethard Hellmann. Gächinger Kantorei Stuttgart, Bach-Collegium Stuttgart. Bach: Complete Cantatas Vol. 16 . Bach: Ascension Cantatas (Single Volume Cantatas Vol. 6). Cantata BWV 43 Appendix: Alternate version of the Aria for Bass (Mvt. 7).
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Bach: Cantatas, Vol. 4. 1996. Bach: Cantatas, Vol. (CD - BIS. Johann Sebastian Bach. Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki.
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Both cantatas recorded here are ‘academic’ cantatas, composed in honour of eminent members of the faculty at the University of Leipzig. BWV 205 celebrates the name day of Dr August Friedrich Müller (3rd August 1725), and takes us to Aeolia, where Aeolus, the King of the Winds, holds the mighty autumn storms captive until it is time to let them loose on the world. To prevent any disruption of the celebrations for Dr Müller, the goddess Pallas, among others, entreats Aeolus to keep the storms in check for a while longer. One year later, Bach composed the cantata BWV 207 for the appointment of Dr Gottlieb Kortte as ‘professor extraordinarius’. The young jurist enjoyed particular popularity among the young academics, who probably were the commissioners of the cantata. In this work it is virtues such as Diligence and Honour which take musical shape, singing the praise of the eminent academic.