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BACH, J.L.: Motets (Rheinische Kantorei, Max)


BACH, J.L.: Motets (Rheinische Kantorei, Max)

Bach, Johann Ludwig
Bible, lyricist(s)

  Uns ist ein Kind geboren
1.   Uns ist ein Kind geboren 00:07:39
2.   Wir wissen so unser irdisches Haus 00:06:53
3.   Das Blut Jesu Christi 00:05:47
4.   Ich habe dich ein klein Augenblick 00:09:17
5.   Gott sei uns gnadig 00:05:29
6.   Sei nun wieder zufrieden 00:08:47
7.   Ich will auf den Herrn schauen 00:08:48
8.   Gedenke meiner, mein Gott 00:15:20

Total Playing Time: 01:08:00

Bach, Johann Ludwig


Max, Hermann

Rheinische Kantorei

Label: Capriccio

Genre: Choral - Sacred

Period: Baroque

Catalogue No: C10560

Barcode: 845221001265

Physical Release: 1998

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