Bach, Johann Sebastian: Johannes-pasjon, BWV245 - Rattle, Simon

Bach, Johann Sebastian: Johannes-pasjon, BWV245 - Rattle, Simon

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Produktinformasjon

  • BPHR140031 Produktnummer:
  • Rattle, Simon Produsent:
  • 2DVD + 1 Blu-ray Video HD Audio 5.1 Format:
  • 2014 Produksjonsår:
  • http://lawostore.no/vare/14030Forkortet URL:

Produktbeskrivelse

 

Johann Sebastian Bach’s St John Passion with the Berliner Philharmoniker and Sir Simon Rattle was one of the outstanding events of the season 2013/2014. The New York Times praised the “brilliant and energetic” playing of the orchestra, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung the “haunting, almost unsurpassable singing of all those involved”. The top-class ensemble of singers was led by Mark Padmore, one of the leading Evangelist interpreters of our day.

DVDs (Region 0)
Disc 1: Bach, J S: St John Passion, BWV245 - Part 1 + Bonus video
Disc 2: Bach, J S: St John Passion, BWV245 - Part 2
[Video: NTSC 16:9 / Audio: PCM Stereo, DTS 5.1]

Blu-ray Disc
Bach, J S: St John Passion, BWV245 - Parts 1/2 + Bonus video
[Video: 1080i Full HD 16:9 / Audio: 2.0 PCM, DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1]

Running Time
Concert: 135 mins
Bonus: 52 mins

Digital Concert Hall
7- Day Ticket for the Berliner Philharmoniker’s video streaming service

Subtitles
English, German, French, Spanish, Japanese, Korean

“Sellars is an intrinsically 'musical' director...Williams's Christ all but steals the show - even alongside tenor Mark Padmore whose Evangelist fearlessly interrogates as well as interprets the narrative...this St John Passion has a thought a thought-provoking and unsettling authenticity that can be overwhelming.” BBC Music Magazine

“On its own terms - and how else should we take it? - the performance makes for the kind of compulsive but almost unwatchable experience familiar from Zimmermann's Die Soldaten and the films of Michael Haneke...[the members of the Berlin Philharmonic] seem more ready to match the singers and colour the text than four years previously in their recording of the St Matthew.” Gramophone