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1 Simon Preston plays Bach01.mp3 (Size: 339.10 MB) (Files: 5)

 1 Simon Preston plays Bach01.mp3

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 2 Bach St John Passion.mp3

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 3 Bach Cello Suites 1 to 3.mp3

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Prom 50: Bach Day - Simon Preston


Date Sunday 24 August 2008
Time 4.00pm - c5.00pm
Venue Royal Albert Hall
Tickets £10-£15 price band D or Prom for £5
Broadcast Live on BBC Radio 3. Available as audio on demand for the following week.
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Renowned Bach interpreter Simon Preston launches the Proms Bach Day, putting the Royal Albert Hall\'s recently restored Henry Willis organ through its paces.

J. S. Bach

Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 (9 mins)
Canonic Variations on \'Vom Himmel Hoch\' BWV 769 (11 mins)
Prelude in E flat major \'St Anne\', BWV 552/1 (9 mins)
Vater unser im Himmelreich, BWV 682 (7 mins)
Aus tiefer Not, BWV 687 (7 mins)
Duetto No.2 in F major, BWV 803 (3 mins)
Fugue in E flat major \'St Anne\', BWV 552/2 (6 mins)
There will be no interval

Simon Preston organ


Detailed notes about the music will be available one hour before the concert.

About the music

Like this Prom? Try these:
03/08 PROM 22 ORGAN MUSIC BY DEMESSIEUX, MESSIAEN, DUPRÉ & HAKIM
24/08 PROM 51 BACH\'S ST JOHN PASSION
5.15pm - 6.00pm: Proms Intro Sir John Eliot Gardiner and Mark Padmore discuss Bach\'s St John Passion with Christopher Cook. Listen


Prom 51: Bach Day - St John Passion


Date Sunday 24 August 2008
Time 7.00pm - c9.10pm
Venue Royal Albert Hall
Tickets £7-£44 price band B or Prom for £5
Broadcast Broadcast at 7.30pm on BBC Four. Live on BBC Radio 3, and available as audio on demand for the following week.
iPlayer Listen to this Prom
iPlayer Watch this Prom

John Eliot Gardiner, whose recordings of Bach have set new standards in interpretation, has said that \'if the St Matthew Passion begs comparison with some of Rembrandt\'s canvases, the St John is perhaps more like a Caravaggio: shafts of light in the gloom illuminating the key players in this most universal of stories\'.

It\'s a work that focuses on Jesus the man, and his confrontation with Pontius Pilate, with a dramatic insight that makes one regret the absence of a Bach opera. Mark Padmore, a regular collaborator with Gardiner, sings the Evangelist and Peter Harvey takes the part of Jesus. And weaving together the story of the Passion is the magnificent Monteverdi Choir.

J.S. Bach St John Passion (sung in German) (116 mins)
There will be no interval

Mark Padmore Evangelist
Peter Harvey Christus
Katharine Fuge soprano
Robin Blaze counter-tenor
Nicholas Mulroy tenor
Jeremy Budd tenor
Matthew Brook bass

Monteverdi Choir
English Baroque Soloists
Sir John Eliot Gardiner



Detailed notes about the music will be available one hour before the concert.

About the music

Like this Prom? Try these:
16/08 PROM 41 HANDEL\'S BELSHAZZAR
24/08 PROM 50 SIMON PRESTON PERFORMS ORGAN MUSIC BY J.S. BACH

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Prom 52: Bach Day - Cello Suites


Date Sunday 24 August 2008
Time 10.00pm - 11.15pm
Venue Royal Albert Hall
Tickets £10-£15 price band D or Prom for £5
Broadcast Live on BBC Radio 3. Available as audio on demand for the following week.
iPlayer Listen to this Prom

Chinese cellist Jian Wang takes the stage of the Royal Albert Hall for the first three of Bach\'s six solo suites, works of towering technical accomplishment as well as intellectual and spiritual nourishment.

Jiang Wang comments that \'Bach\'s music has a lot of qualities that appeal to the Chinese philosophy of life: to be humble, to wish but not desire, to love but not own. This is all in Chinese philosophy, and because I grew up with those values, these things are dear to me. When I listen to Bach\'s music, it confirms all of that.\'

J.S. Bach Suite No.1 in G major for solo cello (19 mins)
Suite No.2 in D minor for solo cello (23 mins)
Suite No.3 in C major for solo cello (24 mins)
There will be no interval

Jian Wang cello

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