Appears on releases

#TitleLengthTrack ArtistRelease TitleRelease ArtistRelease Group TypeCountry/DateLabelCatalog#
Official
82.3"Halt im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ", BWV 67: 3. Recitative: "Mein Jesu, heißest du des Todes Gift"0:37Johann Sebastian BachBach 333 - J.S. Bach The New Complete EditionJohann Sebastian BachAlbum + Compilation
  • XW2018-10-26
Decca Classics (“DECCA” in white uppercase on a blue-over-red rectangular block; until 1999, for use outside of North America only), Deutsche Grammophon4798000
Pseudo-Release
7.3"Halt im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ", BWV 67: 3. Recitative: "Mein Jesu, heißest du des Todes Gift"0:37Johann Sebastian BachBach 333: Sacred & secular vocal (second half)Johann Sebastian BachAlbum + Compilation

Relationships

harpsichord:Friedbert Sammler (harpsichordist) (in 1931-04)
organ:Günther Ramin (organist, composer and chorus leader) (in 1931-04)
choir vocals:Thomanerchor Leipzig (in 1931-04)
contralto vocals:Dorothea Schröder (contralto) (in 1931-04)
tenor vocals:Hans Lissmann (tenor) (in 1931-04)
orchestra:Gewandhausorchester Leipzig (in 1931-04)
conductor:Karl Straube (in 1931-04)
recorded at:Grassimuseum in Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany (in 1931-04)
recording of:Kantate, BWV 67 "Halt im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ": III. Recitativo (Alt) "Mein Jesu, heißest du des Todes Gift"

Kantate, BWV 67 "Halt im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ": III. Recitativo (Alt) "Mein Jesu, heißest du des Todes Gift"

composer:Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (in 1724)
part of:Kantate, BWV 67 "Halt im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ" (order: 3)