Magnificat in D, BWV 243

The Magnificat in D is a setting of the Magnificat by J.S. Bach, first composed a version in E-flat major (catalogued as BWV 243a) in 1723 and then reworked that music in D major in 1733 (catalogued as BWV 243). The Latin text is the canticle of Mary, mother of Jesus, as told in the Gospel of Luke. It is scored for five soloists, soprano I/II, alto, tenor, bass, a five-part choir, three trumpets, timpani, flauto traverso, two oboes (also oboe d'amore), two violins, viola, and basso continuo. It ... more

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J.S Bach - Magnificat in D - Aria Deposuit potentes
J.S Bach - Magnificat in D - Aria Esurientes
J.S Bach - Magnificat in D - Aria Et exsultavit
J.S Bach - Magnificat in D - Aria Quia fecit mihi magna
J.S Bach - Magnificat in D - Chorus Fecit potentiam
J.S Bach - Magnificat in D - Chorus Gloria Patri
J.S Bach - Magnificat in D - Chorus Magnificat anima mea
J.S Bach - Magnificat in D - Chorus Omnes generationes
J.S Bach - Magnificat in D - Chorus Sicut locutus est
J.S Bach - Magnificat in D - Quia respexit
J.S Bach - Magnificat in D - Trio Suscepit Israel

Johann Sebastian Bach

Johann Sebastian Bach was a German composer, organist, harpsichordist, violist, and violinist whose sacred and secular works for choir, orchestra, and solo ...
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