Maestro Karl Richter directs the Munich Bach Orchestra and Choir in this memorable performance of composer Johann Sebastian Bach's "St. John Passion," with text based almost verbatim on the German Gospel of John. Featured soloists include soprano Helen Donath; mezzo-soprano Julia Hamari; tenors Peter Schreier and Horst Laubenthal; baritone Ernst Gerold Schramm; bass-baritone Siegmund Nimsgern; and bass Kieth Engen.
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