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Gunthild Weber, Helmut Krebs, Hermann Schey sing, Fritz Lehmann conducts Bach: Cantatas BWV 1 & BWV 21
10.10.2009, 02:23

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Helmut Krebs (October 8, 1913, Dortmund - August 30, 2007, Berlin) was a distinguished German operatic tenor, who sang a wide range of roles from baroque to contemporary works.

Krebs studied at the Dortmund Conservatory and the Berlin Musikhochschule with Paul Luhmann, and later privately with Max Meili. He began singing in concert in 1937 and made his stage debut at the Berlin Volksoper in 1938, but the war interrupted his career. He resumed his career in 1945 in Düsseldorf, and joined the Berlin State Opera in 1947, where he was to remain for some 40 years.


He quickly established himself in lyric roles in the German and Italian such as Belmonte, Tamino, Idamante, Ferrando, Nemorino, Ernesto, Fenton, David, Chateauneuf, he also enjoyed success in German operettas, notably as Alfred in Die Fledermaus, etc.

He also took part in creation of contemporary works such as Henze's König Hirsch, Arnold Schoenberg's Moses und Aron, Carl Orff's Antigonae, also singing as Albert in Rolf Liebermann's Leonore 40-45, the title role in Igor Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex, and Pelléas in Debussy's Pelléas et Mélisande.


He was also an admired recitalist of Lieder and Bach's oratorios, especially noted as the Evangelist. In the 1950s, he began exploring ancient music and became a noted interpreter of Monteverdi's L'Orfeo, where his evenly controlled technique, wide vocal range, expressive declamation and highly individual timbre were shown to great effect.

Krebs made guest appearances at the Munich State Opera, the Vienna State Opera, La Scala in Milan, the Royal Opera House in London and the Glyndebourne Festival. He began teachinng at the Berlin Musikhochsule in 1957, and at the Frankfurt Musikhochschule in 1966. He was made a Kammersanger in 1963.


О гобоисте Карле Штайнсе я нашел только некролог:

Karl Steins, longtime Principal Oboist of the Berlin Philharmonic and Honorary Professor at the Hochschule der Künste (Conservatory of the Arts), died in Berlin on 22 April at the age of 89.  In 1949 he began his career as Principal Oboist of the Berlin Philharmonic, where he remained until his retirement in 1981.  In 1958 came his appointment to the Hochschule der Künste, and later to the Universität der Künste (University of the Arts).  As Honorary Professor of Oboe, he taught numerous musicians in the 1960’s and 70’s, who have since made their way to top orchestras throughout the world.  In his day, he was counted among the very best oboists in the world.  His 1964 book "Oboe Reed Making” remains a standard work on the subject to this day.


J.-S. Bach.


I. Cantata BWV 1 "Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern”:


1. Coro: Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern

2. Recitativo: Du wahrer Gottes und Marien Sohn

3. Aria (Soprano): Erfüllet, ihr himmlischen, göttlichen Flammen

4. Recitativo: Ein ird’scher Glanz

5. Aria (Tenor): Unser Mund

6. Choral: Wie bin ich doch so herzlich froh


Текст: Филипп Николаи (№№ 1,6) и Аноним (№№ 2 - 5)


Gunthild Weber, soprano

Helmut Krebs, tenor

Hermann Schey, bass


Berliner Motettenchor

Berliner Philharmoniker


Conductor: Fritz Lehmann


Recorded at Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin, 6/10 1952


Немецкий текст с русским переводом см.


II. Cantata BWV 21 "Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis”:


Part I.

1. Sinfonia

2. Coro: Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis

3. Aria (Soprano): Seufzer, Tränen

4. Recitativo: Wie hast du dich

5. Aria (Tenor): Bäche von gesalznen Zähren

6. Coro: Was betrübst du dich


Part II.

7. Recitativo: Ach Jesu, meine Ruh

8. Duetto (Soprano, Bass): Komm, mein Jesu

9. Coro: Sei nun wieder zufrieden

10. Aria (Tenor): Erfreue dich, Seele

11. Coro: Das Lamm


Текст: Соломон Франк? (№№ 3-5,7,8,10); Пс 93,19 (№ 2); Пс 42,5 (№ 6); Пс 114,7 (№ 9); Георг Неймарк (№ 9); Откр 5,12-13 (№ 11)


Gunthild Weber, soprano

Helmut Krebs, tenor

Hermann Schey, bass

Karl Steins, oboe


Berliner Motettenchor

Berliner Philharmoniker


Conductor: Fritz Lehmann


Recorded at Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin, 6/11 1952


Немецкий текст с русским переводом см.



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