Appears on releases

# Title Length Release Title Release Artist Date Country Label Catalog#
Official
2.2 Kantate, BWV 66 "Erfreuet euch, ihr Herzen": II. Recitativo (Basso) "Es bricht das Grab und damit unsre Not" 0:33 Das Kantatenwerk, Volume 17 Johann Sebastian Bach TELDEC (imprint featuring just the "TELDEC" wordmark) 8.35335 ZL
20.17 Cantata, BWV 66 "Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen": 2. Recitativo (Basso) "Es bricht das Grab und damit unsere Not" 0:33 The Complete Bach Edition Johann Sebastian Bach TELDEC (imprint of Teldec Classics, "T in triangle" logo, estd. late 1980s) 2564 66420-2
Pseudo-Release
2.17 Cantata No 66 Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen BWV66 : II Recitative - "Es bricht das Grab und damit unsre Not" 0:32 Das Kantatenwerk/Sacred Cantatas, Volume 4: BWV 61-78 Johann Sebastian Bach; Harnoncourt, Leonhardt TELDEC (imprint of Teldec Classics, "T in triangle" logo, estd. late 1980s) 4509-91758-2, 4509-91765-2
5.17 Cantata, BWV 66 "Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen": II. Recitativo (Basso) "Es bricht das Grab und damit unsere Not" 0:33 Bach 2000: The Complete Bach Edition, Volume 2: Sacred Cantatas: BWV 48-52, 54-69, 69A, 70-99 Johann Sebastian Bach TELDEC (imprint of Teldec Classics, "T in triangle" logo, estd. late 1980s) 3984-25704-2, 3984-25707-2

Relationships

bass vocals: Max van Egmond (1976-06-10 – 1976-06-16)
conductor: Gustav Leonhardt (1976-06-10 – 1976-06-16)
orchestra: Leonhardt‐Consort (1976-06-10 – 1976-06-16)
recorded at: Doopsgezinde kerk in Haarlem, Noord-Holland, Netherlands (1976-06-10 – 1976-06-16)
recording of: Kantate, BWV 66 "Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen": II. Recitativo (Bass) "Es bricht das Grab und damit unsre Not" (1976-06-10 – 1976-06-16)

Kantate, BWV 66 "Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen": II. Recitativo (Bass) "Es bricht das Grab und damit unsre Not"

composer: Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (1724)
part of: Kantate, BWV 66 "Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen"