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  • Kids Answer What is the Best Country in the World?

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  • Bach - Motet Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227 - Prégardien | Netherlands Bach Society

    20:09

    The pleasure felt by modern people listening to a piece like 'Jesu, meine Freude', performed by the Netherlands Bach Society for All of Bach, may conflict with our ideas about death. Yet such a comforting, sometimes positively cheerful piece fitted perfectly in a Lutheran memorial service, which is where this motet would undoubtedly have been sung. But whose funeral it concerns remains a mystery.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on 28th February 2019 at Grote Kerk, Alkmaar. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For more information on BWV 227 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and its guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Netherlands Bach Society
    Christoph Prégardien, conductor

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  • DAddario Visit The Netherlands

    3:36

    We take a closer look at the Marching Band activity in Europe and visit some top organizations, manufacturers and dealers..

  • Dr. Peacock & Partyraiser - Trip To Holland

    3:37

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  • André Rieu - Het Wilhelmus

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    André Rieu & His Johann Strauss Orchestra performing 'Het Wilhelmus', the Dutch National Anthem live in Maastricht.

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  • Visit to The Netherlands- 2019

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    Visit to the Netherlands- 2019

  • A Beautiful Netherlands girl speaking Nepali language || Visit Nepal 2020????????

    7:19

    A girl from Netherlands married to the Nepali boy | She very well learned how to speak nepali language

  • Bach - Cantata Wahrlich, wahrlich, ich sage euch BWV 86 - Sato | Netherlands Bach Society

    14:55

    Bach composed the cantata 'Wahrlich, wahrlich, ich sage euch', performed by the Netherlands Bach Society for All of Bach, in 1724 for Rogation Sunday (Prayer Sunday, the fifth Sunday after Easter). In the first movement, Jesus speaks in arioso style through the voice of the solo bass, saying words from his valediction: ‘Verily, verily, I say unto you, whatsoever ye shall ask the Father in my name, he will give it you’.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on January 21st 2017 at the Walloon Church, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel or consider donating

    For the interview with alto Robin Blaze and violinist Shunske Sato on 'Wahrlich, wahrlich, ich sage euch' go to
    For more information on BWV 86 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and her guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Netherlands Bach Society
    Shunske Sato, violin and direction
    Marjon Strijk, soprano
    Robin Blaze, alto
    Daniel Johannsen, tenor
    Stephan MacLeod, bass

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  • Bach - Cantata Auf, schmetternde Töne BWV 207a - Van Veldhoven | Netherlands Bach Society

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    'Auf, schmetternde Töne', performed here by the Netherlands Bach Society for All of Bach, was played in Leipzig in 1735 to celebrate the name day of Friedrich August II, Elector of Saxony. Although his court was in Dresden, important occasions were also celebrated in Leipzig with ‘extraordinary’ concerts. The libretto of this cantata is a typically eighteenth-century – and for modern ears rather exalted – ode to the virtues of the Elector and the ensuing prosperity of his subjects.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on June 10th 2016 at Courtyard Paushuize, Utrecht. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the interview with timpanist Peppie Wiersma on 'Auf, schmetternde Töne der muntern Trompeten' go to
    For the interview with conductor Jos van Veldhoven on BWV 207a go to
    For more information on BWV 207a and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and its guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Netherlands Bach Society
    Jos van Veldhoven, conductor
    Maria Keohane, soprano
    Maarten Engeltjes, alto
    Thomas Hobbs, tenor
    Matthew Brook, bass

  • Visit in Haarlem, Netherlands

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    Beautiful Netherlands

  • Driving in The Hague | Driving in The Netherlands | Visit The Hague

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    I was a nice sunny day. So I took the car and went driving to downtown The Hague. Hope you enjoy my ride !.

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  • Real Angel Choir | Angels singing at Presence 2017 | The Netherlands

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    After an intense House of Heroes worship moment with the songs Holy, Let it Rain and Our Father, evangelist Ben Fitzgerald appeared on stage and continued to worship Jesus together with everyone present in the room without musicians on stage or other music played. After about 3 minutes a choir of angels started to sing in multiple waves and the Holy Spirit started touching many people.
    Please listen, hear and see for yourself this historic moment during the Presence conference 2017 in The Netherlands!

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  • Bach - Magnificat BWV 243 - Van Veldhoven | Netherlands Bach Society

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    The Magnificat, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society for All of Bach, is the first large choral work that Bach composed after his appointment in Leipzig in the spring of 1723. It is an ‘old-fashioned’ but delightful five-voiced work that uses Latin, just like the other rarity among Bach’s works, the Mass in B minor.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on May 2nd 2014 at the Grote Kerk, Naarden. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel or consider donating

    For the interview with soprano Hana Blažíková on Magnificat go to
    For the interview with conductor Jos van Veldhoven on BWV 243 go to
    For the interview with cellists Lucia Swarts and Richte van der Meer on BWV 243 go to
    For the interview with tenor Thomas Hobbs on BWV 243 go to
    For the interview with trumpet player Robert Vanryne on BWV 243 go to
    For more information on BWV 243 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and her guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Netherlands Bach Society
    Jos van Veldhoven, conductor
    Julia Doyle, soprano 1
    Hana Blažíková, soprano 2
    Maarten Engeltjes, alto
    Thomas Hobbs, tenor
    Christian Immler, bass

  • Everly Brothers International Archive : Concert montage Sittard, The Netherlands, October 15 1972

    14:41

    In October 1972 The Everlys visited The Netherlands as part of their European Tour. An avid Dutch Everly fan taped the show in Sittard (and a bit of the Arnhem show as well) with a Super 8 camera.

    Even though the video quality (for obvious reasons) is not so good and the sound is often out of sync it is still a wonderful artifact of a bygone era. And of course a must see for every Everly fan !

    Please visit our Everly Brothers International facebook page and our website : for the latest info on the World's No. 1 singing duo !

  • Bach - Prelude and fugue in E minor BWV 533 - Schouten | Netherlands Bach Society

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    This Prelude and fugue in E minor, performed by Dorien Schouten for All of Bach, originates from the time when Bach was still in his twenties. He had just got his first real job in Arnstadt. This position as a highly paid organist had fallen into his lap in 1703, after a brilliant performance when testing the new organ. But a couple of years later, it was actually criticism of his organ playing that was given as one of the reasons for letting him go. He was supposedly played too many strange notes and variations in his chorale preludes. The church council believed that this confused the congregation.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on June 23rd 2013 at the Bovenkerk, Kampen. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the interview with organist Dorien Schouten on the Prelude and fugue in E minor go to
    For more information on BWV 533 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and its guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Dorien Schouten, organist
    Organ: Reil choir organ

  • Bach - Cantata Jesu, der du meine Seele BWV 78 - Van Veldhoven | Netherlands Bach Society

    24:33

    The opening chorus of this cantata 'Jesu, der du meine Seele', performed here by the Netherlands Bach Society for All of Bach, resembles a chaconne. You can hear a number of layers in the music: strings and winds, a chorale melody; multiple voices that all make their own contribution at the same time - a sampling of fantastic ensembles. As a contrast the arias are sung by one or two singers, with an accompanying instrument.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on February 10th 2018 at the Walloon Church, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the interview with Matthew Brook on Cantata 78 go to
    For more information on BWV 78 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and its guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Netherlands Bach Society
    Jos van Veldhoven, conductor
    Maria Keohane, soprano
    Tim Mead, alto
    Daniel Johannsen, tenor
    Matthew Brook, bass

  • Bach - St Matthew Passion BWV 244 - Van Veldhoven | Netherlands Bach Society

    2:44:32

    The St Matthew Passion performed by the Netherlands Bach Society for All of Bach. Whether or not they are an enthusiast of classical music, practically everyone in the Netherlands knows the St Matthew Passion. Since 1870 the Netherlands has had a rich tradition of annual St Matthew Passion performances. The Netherlands Bach Society was formed in 1921, in reaction to the popular performances by Willem Mengelberg and the Concertgebouw Orchestra. The founders believed that the St Matthew should be performed where it belonged – in a church. The annual performance by the Bach Society in Naarden grew to become 'the' Dutch St Matthew Passion.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on April 16th and 19th 2014 at the Grote Kerk, Naarden. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel or consider donating

    For the documentary about our performance of St Matthew Passion go to
    For the interview with violinist Shunske Sato on BWV 244 go to
    For the interview with conductor Jos van Veldhoven on BWV 244 (St Matthew tradition) go to
    For the interview with conductor Jos van Veldhoven on BWV 244 (manuscript) go to
    For the interview with conductor Jos van Veldhoven on BWV 244 (rhetoric) go to
    For the interview with tenor Charles Daniels on BWV 244 go to
    For more information on BWV 244 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and her guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Netherlands Bach Society
    Kampen Boys Choir
    Jos van Veldhoven, conductor

    Soloists Coro 1
    Benjamin Hulett, evangelist
    Griet De Geyter (First Maid, Pilate’s Wife), soprano
    Tim Mead, alto
    Robert Murray, tenor
    Andreas Wolf (Jesus), bass

    Soloists Coro 2
    Lore Binon, soprano
    Alex Potter (First Witness), alto
    Charles Daniels (Second Witness), tenor
    Sebastian Noack (Judas, Pilate), bass

  • Bach - Cello Suite No. 1 in G major BWV 1007 - Swarts | Netherlands Bach Society

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    *Rectification: the key in the title of this video is accidentally misspelled as 'C major' instead of 'G major'.

    The six cello suites, of which Lucia Swarts plays the first here for All of Bach, have been handed down in a beautiful manuscript by Bach's wife Anna Magdalena, which raises many questions. Bach’s first cello suite became his most famous one. The cellist begins the well-known, comforting prelude in a gentle, radiant G major. The first bars are dominated by the single G, D and A strings, resulting in great resonance.

    This recording was made in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. It is the most famous Dutch national museum dedicated to arts and history. The room in which this recording was made, was chosen according to paintings that fitted with the Cello Suite in G major.

    Recorded on June 30th 2014 at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel or consider donating

    This recording was made possible by Ammodo, Institute of Arts and Sciences:

    For the interview with cellist Lucia Swarts on BWV 1007 (music) go to
    For the interview with cellist Lucia Swarts on BWV 1007 (manuscript) go to
    For the interview with cellist Lucia Swarts on BWV 1007 (cello) go to
    For more information on BWV 1007 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and her guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Lucia Swarts, cellist
    Cello: Pieter Rombouts, 1705

  • FULL DVD André Rieu Love in Maastricht

    2:16:00

    In the next weeks, we will be sharing extra videos on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram to cheer up and enlighten your day in these difficult times. Stay hopeful, optimistic, positive and safe! ❤️

    DVD André Rieu - Love in Maastricht. For concert dates and tickets visit:

    Tracklist:
    01. Seventy – Six Trombones
    02. Old Comrades, ARV_09
    03. Granada
    04. Tiritomba
    05. Nessun Dorma
    06. Snowwaltz, ARV_12
    07. Pie Jesu
    08. Olé Guapa
    09. You'll Never Walk Alone
    10. Clog Dance, ARV_17
    11. Trompeten Echo
    12. Anton aus Tirol
    13. You Raise Me Up
    14. Lara's Theme (from Dr. Zhivago)
    15. Poliushko Polie
    16. Kalinka, ARV_11
    17. Caro Nome
    18. The Beautiful Blue Danube, ARV_15
    19. Amigos Para Siempre
    20. Radetzkymarch, ARV_15
    21. Strauss & Co. , ARV_15
    22. Libiamo, ARV_10
    23. Zorba's Dance (Sirtaki)
    24. Macarena
    25. La Bamba
    26. Can't Help Falling In Love
    27. Maastricht Anthem, ARV_09
    28. Maastricht, City Of Jolly Singers
    29. Adieu, Little Captain Of My Heart
    30. Marina

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  • FRAMUS & WARWICK Factory Visit: Female Bassists from the Netherlands with De Bassist Magazine

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    Highlights from a visit from female bassists from the Netherlands who visited with De Bassist Magazine. May 3rd, 2013

  • Bach - Cantata Geist und Seele wird verwirret BWV 35 - Van Veldhoven | Netherlands Bach Society

    26:19

    Straight away, the beautiful instrumental introduction creates a sense that Bach is doing something special here. Indeed, this solo cantata for alto, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society for All of Bach, is indeed very festive and unusually long. The text is about the healing of a deaf-mute man by Jesus, and about the joy that ensues.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on September 26th 2015 at St Martin's Church, Groningen. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel or consider donating

    For the complete interview with countertenor Maarten Engeltjes on 'Geist und Seele wird verwirret' go to
    For more information on BWV 25 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and her guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Netherlands Bach Society
    Jos van Veldhoven, conductor
    Maarten Engeltjes, alto

  • Bach - Cantata Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan BWV 100 - Van Veldhoven | Netherlands Bach Society

    21:43

    When Bach used the chorale text for 'Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan’, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society for All of Bach, for the second time he took a completely different approach to his cantata of the same name from ten years earlier (BWV 99). He lent extra festivity to the instrumentation of that version (flute, oboe d’amore, horn, strings and basso continuo) by adding a second horn and timpani.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on February 7th 2015 at the Grote Kerk, Naarden. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel or consider donating

    For the interview with conductor Jos van Veldhoven on 'Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan' go to
    For the interview with flute player Marten Root on BWV 100 go to
    For more information on BWV 100 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and her guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Netherlands Bach Society
    Jos van Veldhoven, conductor
    Gerlinde Sämann, soprano
    Damien Guillon, alto
    Charles Daniels, tenor
    Peter Kooij, bass

  • Bach - St John Passion BWV 245 - Van Veldhoven | Netherlands Bach Society

    1:53:12

    The St John Passion, performed by the Nederlands Bach Society for All of Bach, was the first Passion Bach had written as cantor in Leipzig. The Passion story as told in the Gospel of John is different from that told by the other three evangelists – Matthew, Luke and Mark. John’s version places the emphasis on Christ’s divine origin. Throughout his suffering, this divine origin still plays a role and nowhere is Jesus as human as in the other gospels.

    For this performance, we selected a cast of singers under the age of 35. Apart from the leaders, all the orchestra members are also younger than 35. The concert series was preceded by a course of auditions and masterclasses.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on March 11th 2017 at the Grote Kerk, Naarden. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the interview with musicians from the Netherlands Bach Society on the St John Passion go to
    For the interview with conductor Jos van Veldhoven on leitmotifs in the St John Passion go to
    For the behind-the-scenes of the auditions for the St John Passion go to
    For the behind-the-scenes of the masterclasses for BWV 245 go to
    For the behind-the-scenes of the general rehearsal of BWV 245 go to
    For more information on BWV 245 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and her guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Netherlands Bach Society
    Jos van Veldhoven, conductor

    Soloists
    Raphael Höhn, evangelist (tenor)
    Myriam Arbouz, soprano
    Maria Valdmaa (Maid), soprano
    Daniël Elgersma, alto
    Marine Fribourg, alto
    Gwilym Bowen, tenor
    Guy Cutting (Servant), tenor
    Felix Schwandtke (Jesus), bass
    Drew Santini (Peter), bass
    Angus Mc Phee (Pilate), bass

  • Bach - Violin Sonata no. 2 in A minor BWV 1003 - Sato | Netherlands Bach Society

    24:36

    In this Sonata no. 2, performed by Shunske Sato for All of Bach, Bach makes the unviolinistic violinistic, but also embraces what the violin does best anyway. Even the Fugue and the Andante sound completely natural here, despite their polyphony that is so difficult to play well. The Andante, in which the violinist accompanies himself with continually repeated notes below the melody, is a marvel of apparent straightforwardness. And the spirited Allegro with its echo effects sometimes appears almost ironic in intent, and is cut out for the violin.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on 22nd June 2019 at the Lichtfabriek, Haarlem. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the short documentary on the Baroque violin and bow go to
    For more information on BWV 1003 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and its guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Shunske Sato, violinist
    Cornelius Kleynman ca. 1684, violin

  • Bach - Cantata Jesus schläft, was soll ich hoffen BWV 81 - Sato | Netherlands Bach Society

    16:54

    The cantata 'Jesus schläft, was soll ich hoffen', performed here by the Netherlands Bach Society for All of Bach, was performed on the fourth Sunday after Epiphany. On his appointment as cantor at the Thomasschule in 1723, Bach was told that his church music must not be too ‘opernhafftig’, or operatic. Might the gentlemen of the Leipzig council have cast their minds back to this condition on the second to last day in January 1724?

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on January 21st 2017 at the Walloon Church, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the interview with bass Stephan MacLeod on 'Jesus schläft, was soll ich hoffen' go to
    For more information on BWV 81 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and its guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Netherlands Bach Society
    Shunske Sato, violin and direction
    Marjon Strijk, soprano
    Robin Blaze, alto
    Daniel Johannsen, tenor
    Stephan MacLeod, bass

  • Bach - Prelude and fugue in B minor BWV 544 - Te Lindert | Netherlands Bach Society

    11:58

    This Prelude and fuga in B minor, performed by Elske te Lindert for All of Bach, may have premiered by Bach in St Paul’s Church in Leipzig. That is where, on 17 October 1727, the university held a memorial service for the recently departed Queen of Poland. During the ceremony, Bach played the organ himself. He opened with a prelude and ended with a fugue, and although nobody can prove it, it seems highly likely that it was this piece.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on October 2nd 2015 at Bovenkerk, Kampen. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the interview with organist Elske te Lindert on the Prelude and fugue in B minor go to
    For more information on BWV 544 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and its guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Elske te Lindert, organist
    Organ: Albertus Antoni Hinsz, 1742

  • Bach - Mass in B minor BWV 232 - Van Veldhoven | Netherlands Bach Society

    1:48:43

    Sublime, extreme and all-embracing… only superlatives will do to describe Bach’s Mass in B minor, the 'Hohe Messe', performed by the Netherlands Bach Society for All of Bach. In between an awe-inspiring Kyrie and the jubilant final Dona nobis pacem, there are nine completely unique arias and duets, fourteen impressive ensemble sections for four, five, six and even eight voices, a broad spectrum of instrumental solos, and an incredible variety of styles.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on December 15th 2016 at the Grote Kerk, Naarden. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel or consider donating

    For the interview with musicians from the Netherlands Bach Society on the Mass in B minor go to
    For more information on BWV 232 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and her guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Jos van Veldhoven, conductor
    Hana Blažíková, soprano 1
    Anna Reinhold, soprano 2
    David Erler, alto
    Thomas Hobbs, tenor
    Peter Harvey, bass

  • Bach - Cantata Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme BWV 140 - Van Veldhoven | Netherlands Bach Society

    28:58

    In 'Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme', performed by the Netherlands Bach Society for All of Bach, everything revolves around the parable of the wise and foolish virgins. They wait throughout the night with burning lamps for the arrival of the bridegroom. Five of them have brought along extra oil to keep their lamp burning. The others run out of oil and go off to buy some more. The bridegroom arrives while they are away.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on February 11th 2018 at the Walloon Church, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the interview with Jos van Veldhoven on 'Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme' go to
    For more information on BWV 140 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and its guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Netherlands Bach Society
    Jos van Veldhoven, conductor
    Maria Keohane, soprano
    Tim Mead, alto
    Daniel Johannsen, tenor
    Matthew Brook, bass

  • Bach - Cantata Wir danken dir... BWV 29 - Van Veldhoven | Netherlands Bach Society

    24:55

    Bach made ingenious use of compositions he had written earlier, blending them with new additions to form a perfect unity. Around a quarter of cantata 'Wir danken dir, Gott, wir danken dir', performed by the Netherlands Bach Society for All of Bach, consists of notes Bach had written earlier and likewise, the opening chorus 'Wir dank dir, Gott' is better known from the later Mass in B minor.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on March 15th at St Martin's Church, Groningen. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel or consider donating

    For the interview with soprano Maria Keohane on 'Wir danken dir, Gott, wir danken dir' go to
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    For the interview with conductor Jos van Veldhoven on BWV 29 go to
    For further information on BWV 29 and this production go to

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    Netherlands Bach Society
    Jos van Veldhoven, conductor
    Maria Keohane, soprano
    Damien Guillon, alto
    Valerio Contaldo, tenor
    Lionel Meunier, bass

  • Bach - Easter Oratorio: Kommt, eilet und laufet BWV 249 - Van Veldhoven | Netherlands Bach Society

    41:27

    The Netherlands Bach Society performs 'Kommt, eilet und laufet' for All of Bach. This Oster-Oratorium (Easter oratorio) was first performed on Easter Sunday in 1725. Two days earlier, the congregation in Leipzig had listened to the St John Passion, just as in 1724. The closing chorus ‘Ruht wohl, ihr heiligen Gebeine’ sent them on their way home to celebrate Holy Saturday. And then, on Sunday morning, the church resounded with the huge contrast of a Sinfonia with leading roles for three trumpets and timpani. Before the singers get going, Bach seems to recall Jesus’s death with a melancholy Adagio in B minor for solo traverso and strings.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on May 23th 2017 at the Walloon Church, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the interview with conductor Jos van Veldhoven and tenor Thomas Hobbs on 'Kommt, eilet und laufet' go to
    For more information on BWV 249 and this production go to

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    Netherlands Bach Society
    Jos van Veldhoven, conductor
    Maria Keohane, soprano
    Damien Guillon, alto
    Thomas Hobbs, tenor
    Sebastian Myrus, bass

  • Bach - Cello Suite No. 2 in D minor BWV 1008 - Pincombe | Netherlands Bach Society

    21:58

    The second Cello Suite in D minor, performed by Steuart Pincombe for All of Bach, has a dark and introspective tone. It is one of the favourite pieces of Pincombe. As such, he was delighted when we asked him to record this suite in the Main Hall of the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam. The searching character of the piece suits Pincombe’s outlook. In his playing, he always tries to create something new, rather than recreating past experiences.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on February 12th 2018 at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel or consider donating

    This recording was made possible by Ammodo, Institute of Arts and Sciences:

    For the interview with cellist Steuart Pincombe on the Cello Suite in D minor go to
    For more information on BWV 1008 and this production go to

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    Steuart Pincombe, cellist
    Cello: unknown

  • Bach - Concerto for three harpsichords in C major BWV 1064 - Mortensen | Netherlands Bach Society

    15:50

    The Concert in C major for three harpsichords is Bach’s most interesting concerto, thinks harpsichordist Lars Ulrik Mortensen, who performed the piece with Menno van Delft and Siebe Henstra for All of Bach. The harpsichordists nearly always operate as a whole, even playing large parts the same in one hand or even both.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on 15 October 2017 at Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the interview with harpsichordists Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Siebe Henstra and Menno van Delft on Concerto for three harpsichords in C major BWV 1064 go to
    For more information on BWV 1064 and this production go to

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    Netherlands Bach Society
    Siebe Henstra, harpsichord 1
    Menno van Delft, harpsichord 2
    Lars Ulrik Mortensen, harpsichord 3

    Harpsichord 1: Geert Karman after J.H. Gräbner, 1774
    Harpsichord 2: Knud Kauffman, 1977 after Hildebrandt
    Harpsichord 3: Bruce Kennedy after Michael Mietke, 1989

  • Bach - Concerto in C major BWV 594 - Kofler | Netherlands Bach Society

    18:55

    This Concerto in C major, performed by Peter Kofler for All of Bach, is a transcription of the Concerto in D major for violin and orchestra by Antonio Vivaldi. Bach made surprisingly little change to Vivaldi’s original notes. This creates a wonderful paradox: although its multiple keyboards for hands and feet mean that the organ can simulate a whole orchestra, what mainly stands out here are the long passages where the whole organ imitates a single frenzied solo violin.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on July 18th 2019 at Uithuizen. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the short documentary on the Schnitger organ in Uithuizen go to
    For more information on BWV 594 and this production go to

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    Peter Kofler, organist
    Organ: Arp Schnitger, ca. 1700

  • Bach - Violin Sonata no. 3 in C major BWV 1005 - Sato | Netherlands Bach Society

    24:25

    In this Sonata no. 3, performed by Shunske Sato for All of Bach, Bach appears to have been looking to Italy for inspiration. The mysterious first Adagio, for instance, seems just like the opening of the Adagio of the oboe concerto by Marcello. The monumental Fugue in this sonata is full of contrapuntal tricks. Although not exactly Italian, it has no German equivalent either.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach 23rd June 2019 at the Lichtfabriek, Haarlem. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the short documentary on the Baroque violin and bow go to
    For more information on BWV 1005 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and its guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Shunske Sato, violinist
    Cornelius Kleynman ca. 1684, violin

  • Bach - Cantata Aus der Tiefen rufe ich... BWV 131 - Van Veldhoven | Netherlands Bach Society

    22:55

    The cantata 'Aus der Tiefen rufe ich, Herr, zu dir', performed by the Netherlands Bach Society for All of Bach, is not just about slight misfortune, but deep misery. The piece comes from the very beginning of Bach’s career, during his time as organist in Mühlhausen. He was then in his early twenties and trying his hand at vocal church music for the first time. He did so properly, according to the book, and in stylistic line with his fellow seventeenth-century musicians.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on May 16th 2015 at the Oostkerk, Middelburg. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the interview with oboist Martin Stadler, conductor Jos van Veldhoven and tenor Charles Daniels on 'Aus der Tiefen rufe ich, Herr, zu dir' go to
    For more information on BWV 131 and this production go to

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    Netherlands Bach Society
    Jos van Veldhoven, conductor
    Dorothee Mields, soprano
    Alex Potter, alto
    Charles Daniels, tenor
    Tobias Berndt, bass

  • Bach - Aria mit 30 Veränderungen Goldberg Variations BWV 988 - Rondeau | Netherlands Bach Society

    1:34:10

    The legend surrounding the 'Goldberg Variations', performed here by Jean Rondeau for All of Bach, is such a nice one. Count Hermann Karl von Keyserlinck was having trouble sleeping and asked Bach for some pleasant music to pass the time, to be played by Keyserlinck’s harpsichord prodigy Johann Gottlieb Goldberg.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on June 6th 2017 at the Concertgebouw, Bruges. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel or consider donating

    For the interview with harpsichordist Jean Rondeau on the 'Goldberg Variations' go to
    For more information on BWV 988 and this production go to

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    Jean Rondeau, harpsichordist
    Harpsichord: Jonte Knif & Arno Pelto, 2004

  • Bach - Little Fugue in G minor BWV 578 - Schouten | Netherlands Bach Society

    4:06

    The 'Little' Fugue in G minor, performed by Dorien Schouten for All of Bach, is found in many copies from Bach’s day. Around 100 years after his death, it was published no fewer than four times in rapid succession. Bach’s pupil Johann Georg Schübler thought the theme was so successful that he made a fugue out of it himself. So it was an immensely popular piece. It is not surprising, as the music is bursting with enjoyment. It conjures up a picture of Bach writing enthusiastically and enjoying his own theme while composing. It’s as though he can’t get enough of it, as it is a relatively long time before the second entrance appears.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on October 1st 2015 at the Bovenkerk, Kampen. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel or consider donating

    For the interview with organist Dorien Schouten on Fugue in G minor go to
    For more information on BWV 578 and this production go to

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    Dorien Schouten, organist
    Organ: Reil choir organ

  • Bach - Violin Partita no. 2 in D minor BWV 1004 - Sato | Netherlands Bach Society

    29:03

    Shrouded in wistfulness, all the movements of this Partita no. 2, here performed by Shunske Sato for All of Bach, are in a minor key. Bach’s manuscript originates from 1720, the year in which he returned from a journey to the unexpected news that his wife, Maria Barbara, was dead and buried. Even if Bach had already composed this partita, it is not hard to imagine that the music gained a whole different meaning for him after the death of his wife.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach 24th June 2019 at the Lichtfabriek, Haarlem. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the short documentary on the Baroque violin and bow go to
    For more information on BWV 1004 and this production go to

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    Shunske Sato, violinist
    Cornelius Kleynman ca. 1684, violin

  • Bach - Fugue from Violin sonata in G minor BWV 1001 - Kengen | Netherlands Bach Society

    6:46

    Especially for this recording, Iris Kengen (18) is playing a Baroque violin: a Willer violin, built in Prague in 1756. For this Fugue from Violin Sonata no.1, Iris had to learn a completely different way of playing, as the gut strings have a very different feel to the steel strings she was used to. Shunske Sato’s masterclasses have aroused her interest in the Baroque violin. She is now studying Baroque violin with him and her dream is to go on to perform in a Baroque ensemble.

    In connection with the recordings of Bach’s Violin Sonatas and Partitas, the Netherlands Bach Society has organised a talent development project for the violinists and Baroque violinists of the future. Seven talented Dutch youngsters, aged thirteen to eighteen, were selected at auditions to take part in two masterclasses by Shunske Sato on Bach’s works for violin solo and the Baroque violin, which were held in the spring of 2019. Each young musician chose their own movement to rehearse and record for All of Bach.

    This project was created in collaboration with the Netherlands Violin Competition. It received support from the Dutch Musical Instruments Foundation, which provided the violinists with Baroque violins and bows, so that they could explore the new possibilities of these instruments and the Baroque style, under the guidance of Shunske Sato.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on 24th June 2019 in the Lichtfabriek (Light Factory), a former power station in Haarlem. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the documentary about this project go to
    For more information on BWV 1001 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and its guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Iris Kengen, violin

  • Bach - Six little preludes BWV 933-938 - Alard | Netherlands Bach Society

    12:47

    In the Six little preludes, performed by Benjamin Alard for All of Bach, we hear the everyday Bach. He must always have had a lot of smaller and simpler pieces scattered about at home, as a source of inspiration for all sorts of purposes. This set of six preludes is a case in point. It almost seems to be a preparation for the Wohltemperirte Clavier, with a prelude in C major and minor, D major and minor, and E major and minor.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on March 1st 2015 at the Paushuize, Utrecht. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the interview with harpsichordist Benjamin Alard on the Six little preludes go to
    For more information on BWV 933-938 and this production go to

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    Benjamin Alard, harpsichordist
    Harpsichord: Joel Katzman after Joannes Couchet, ca. 1650.

  • Bach - Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major BWV 1050 - Sato | Netherlands Bach Society

    20:48

    The Netherlands Bach Society performs the 'Brandenburg' Concerto in D major for All of Bach. Bach himself never went to Amsterdam, and Rembrandt never went to Leipzig or Berlin. However, there were many ties between the Republic of the Netherlands and Bach’s employers. Nowadays, both Rembrandt’s paintings and Bach’s music are regarded as icons of European art, and here they are presented as a unique combination for eye and ear.

    For this recording, we were guests at the Gallery of Honour at the Rijksmuseum, in Amsterdam. We were invited to come and perform Bach’s unusual ‘Brandenburg' Concerto no. 5 in order to celebrate the loan of an exceptional harpsichord to the museum. For the recording, the original instrument, built by Johannes Ruckers in 1640, was played by harpsichordist Richard Egarr.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on May 11th 2018 at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the interview with violinist Shunske Sato and harpsichordist Richard Egarr on 'Brandenburg' Concerto in D major go to
    For more information on BWV 1050 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and her guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Netherlands Bach Society
    Shunske Sato, conductor and violin
    Marten Root, traverso
    Richard Egarr, harpsichordist
    Harpsichord: Johannes Ruckers, 1640

  • Bach - Cantata Bleib bei uns... BWV 6 - Van Veldhoven | Netherlands Bach Society

    19:06

    In 'Bleib bei uns denn es will Abend werden', Bach describes the contrast between belief and unbelief, light and darkness, and salvation and sin. Two disciples on the road to Emmaus have their doubts about the resurrection of Christ. They beg a man accompanying them to stay a little longer, as night is falling, the day is drawing to a close and they are afraid. But they did not see that all the time they had been talking to the resurrected Christ.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on February 11th 2018 at the Walloon Church, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel or consider donating

    For the interview with conductor Jos van Veldhoven and alto Tim Mead on 'Bleib bei uns denn es will Abend werden.' go to
    For more information on BWV 6 and this production go to

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    Netherlands Bach Society
    Jos van Veldhoven, conductor
    Maria Keohane, soprano
    Tim Mead, alto
    Daniel Johannsen, tenor
    Matthew Brook, bass

  • Bach - Italian Concerto in F major BWV 971 - Schornsheim | Netherlands Bach Society

    13:09

    Bach was an Italian, and a Frenchman, and a German – musically speaking. In his ‘Italian’ concerto BWV 971, here performed by Christine Schornsheim for All of Bach, Bach follows the model from across the Alps, having three parts (slow-fast-slow), imitating the continual alternation between tutti sections and solos, and using ritornello (a sort of refrain to keep up speed) in the opening section.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on 15 February 2019 at the Bartolotti House, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For more information on BWV 971 and this production go to

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    Christine Schornsheim, harpsichordist
    Harpsichord: Bruce Kennedy after Michael Mietke, 1989

  • Bach - Cello Suite No. 6 in D major BWV 1012 - Malov | Netherlands Bach Society

    23:51

    Cello Suite no. 6 in D major, performed by Sergey Malov for All of Bach, is exceptional in all respects. In this last suite, which is also the longest, Bach makes the instrument ascend to heaven. He does so by using an extra fifth string – ‘a cinq cordes’, as Anna Magdalena Bach described it in the manuscript. The fifth string lies a fifth above the A string, which is usually the highest. You might even argue that Bach allows the cellist to transcend their own instrument.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on November 4th 2016 at the Gashouder of the Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    This recording was made possible by Ammodo, Institute of Arts and Sciences:

    For the interview with cellist Sergey Malov on Cello Suite No. 6 in D major (suite) go to
    For the interview with cellist Sergey Malov on BWV 1012 (instrument) go to
    For more information on BWV 1012 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and its guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Sergey Malov, cellist
    Violoncello da spalla: Dmitry Badiarov, The Hague, 2011

  • Bach - Ruht wohl, ihr heiligen Gebeine from St John Passion BWV 245 | Netherlands Bach Society

    7:16

    The chorus 'Ruht wohl, ihr heiligen Gebeine' from St John Passion, performed by the Nederlands Bach Society for All of Bach. The St John Passion was the first Passion Bach had written as cantor in Leipzig. The Passion story as told in the Gospel of John is different from that told by the other three evangelists – Matthew, Luke and Mark. John’s version places the emphasis on Christ’s divine origin. Throughout his suffering, this divine origin still plays a role and nowhere is Jesus as human as in the other gospels.

    For this performance, we selected a cast of singers under the age of 35. Apart from the leaders, all the orchestra members are also younger than 35. The concert series was preceded by a course of auditions and masterclasses.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on March 11th 2017 at the Grote Kerk, Naarden. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the complete performance of the St John Passion go to
    For the behind-the-scenes of the auditions for the St John Passion go to
    For the behind-the-scenes of the masterclasses for BWV 245 go to
    For the behind-the-scenes of the general rehearsal of BWV 245 go to
    For more information on BWV 245 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and her guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Netherlands Bach Society
    Jos van Veldhoven, conductor

    Soloists
    Raphael Höhn, evangelist (tenor)
    Myriam Arbouz, soprano
    Maria Valdmaa (Maid), soprano
    Daniël Elgersma, alto
    Marine Fribourg, alto
    Gwilym Bowen, tenor
    Guy Cutting (Servant), tenor
    Felix Schwandtke (Jesus), bass
    Drew Santini (Peter), bass
    Angus Mc Phee (Pilate), bass

  • Bach - So gehst du nun BWV 500 - Daniels | Netherlands Bach Society

    4:48

    In 'So gehst du nun, mein Jesu, hin', performed here by Charles Daniels, Mieneke van der Velden, Fred Jacobs and Menno van Delft for All of Bach, Jesus enters into dialogue with the soul. The level of gratitude and relief with which the soul opens its prayer is matched by the fervour of Jesus’ reply.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on 12 May 2018 at Bartolotti House, Amsterdam. This recording was made possible by the support of Stichting Elise Mathilde Fonds. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the interview with tenor Charles Daniels and organist Menno van Delft on the Musicalisches Gesangbuch Schemelli, which includes 'So gehst du, mein Jesu, hin' BWV 500, go to
    For more information on BWV 500 and this production go to

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    Charles Daniels, tenor
    Mieneke van der Velden, viola da gamba
    Menno van Delft, organ
    Fred Jacobs, theorbo

  • Bach - Vergiss mein nicht BWV 505 - Daniels | Netherlands Bach Society

    3:33

    In Schemelli’s songbook, the sacred song 'Vergiss mein nicht', performed here by the Netherlands Bach Society for All of Bach, is accompanied by the note ‘di S. Bach D. M. Lips’. The latter stands for ‘director musices Lipsiensis’ (music director of the city of Leipzig). So evidence at last, or at least a strong clue, that Bach did indeed supply new music for Schemelli’s Gesangbuch!

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on 12 May 2018 at Bartolotti House, Amsterdam. This recording was made possible by the support of Stichting Elise Mathilde Fonds. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the interview with tenor and organist tenor Charles Daniels and organist Menno van Delft on the Musicalisches Gesangbuch Schemelli go to
    For more information on BWV 505 and this production go to

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    Netherlands Bach Society
    Charles Daniels, tenor
    Menno van Delft, organ

  • Bach - Cantata Bereitet die Wege, bereitet die Bahn BWV 132 - Bernardini | Netherlands Bach Society

    18:18

    The Netherlands Bach Society performs 'Bereitet die Wege, bereitet die Bahn' for All of Bach. A better salary and more musical elbow room – these were the ambitions of the young Bach after barely a year as the organist at Blasiuskirche, in Mühlhausen. This dream came true after seven years later in 1714, when he was appointed Konzertmeister at the court of Weimar. Here he got the chance to work with professional musicians. This piece is a piece from the beginning of his Weimar period.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on June 7th 2014 at the Walloon Church, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the interview with soprano Julia Doyle on 'Bereitet die Wege, bereitet die Bahn' go to
    For the interview with conductor Alfredo Bernardini on BWV 132 go to
    For the interview with bass Dominik Wörner on BWV 132 go to
    For more information on BWV 132 and this production go to

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    Netherlands Bach Society
    Alfredo Bernardini, conductor and oboe
    Julia Doyle, soprano
    Tim Mead, alto
    Jan Kobow, tenor
    Dominik Wörner, bass

  • Bach - Violin Sonata no. 1 in G minor BWV 1001 - Sato | Netherlands Bach Society

    17:36

    The first of Bach’s six solo works for violin exudes the most calm. This Sonata no. 1, performed by Shunske Sato for All of Bach, is written in the key of G minor. On a violin, this key has a pure and stable sound, as the two lower strings (the G and the D) fit naturally in the root position triad without needing to use the fingers of the left hand. The sonority of these low ‘open strings’ reverberates throughout the whole sonata.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on 24th June 2019 at the Lichtfabriek, Haarlem. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    For the short documentary on the Baroque violin and bow go to
    For more information on BWV 1001 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and its guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Shunske Sato, violinist
    Cornelius Kleynman ca. 1684, violin

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