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CD88746 J.S.Bach - Johannes-Passion - Brüggen/Sampson/Schäfer

CD88746 J.S.Bach - Johannes-Passion - Brüggen/Sampson/Schäfer
CD88746 J.S.Bach - Johannes-Passion - Brüggen/Sampson/Schäfer
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CD88746 J.S.Bach - Johannes-Passion - Brüggen/Sampson/Schäfer

Broadcast by MDR Klassik on 18 April 2011, this is a 27 March 2010 performance of Bach's Johannes-Passion given at the Georgenkirche, Eisenach, as the opening concert of the 2010 Thüringer Bachwochen entitled "Neues Licht aufs alte Werk".

Marcus Schäfer (tenor) - Evangelist Thomas Oliemans (bass) - Jesus Carolyn Sampson (soprano) Michael Chance (alto) Marcel Beekmann (tenor) Peter Kooij (bass)

Capella Amsterdam Orchestra of the 18th Century Frans Brüggen

No joining necessary. One file per part. The mp2s and mp3s have a 48kHz sample rate, the flacs 44.1

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Technical details: Satellite broadcast, recorded directly to satellite receiver's hard drive, transferred via home network to the computer's hard drive. The ts file was demuxed by ProjectX, and the resulting mp2 (320 kbps, 48kHz) stream was edited using mp3DirectCut. A wav stream was made using Goldwave. After editing the mp2 stream was converted to mp3 (320bps/48kHz) by dBpoweramp Music Converter and wav stream to flac (495 kbps, 16bit, 44.1kHz) by Goldwave

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