[b]The latest volume from the Monteverdis[/b]\n\nNEWS: A NEW BACH CANTATA VOLUME AND OTHER RELEASES\r\n\r\nI am pleased to inform you that SDG 110 (Cantatas for the 19th Sunday after Trinity, recorded in Potsdam, and for the Feast of Reformation, recorded in Wittenberg) is now ready and available to mailing list members from our website.\r\n\r\nIt contains two of Bach's best known cantatas, BWV 56, the Ã¢â‚¬Å“KreutzstabÃ¢â‚¬Â cantata, sung by Peter Harvey, and Ã¢â‚¬Å“Ein Feste Burg is unser GottÃ¢â‚¬Â, but I hope that the other cantatas Ã¢â‚¬â€œ probably some of the least known! - will become new favourites.\r\n\r\nSubscribers to the whole series will not need to place an order for this CD: it will be automatically sent to you first and you should receive by next week.\r\n\r\nOther mailing list members can order SDG 110 volume 10, from tomorrow through our website - as usual and will receive 15% discount by entering the code WMP809. This special offer is valid until Saturday 15th October, 05.\r\n\r\nJust to remind those who are not yet subscribers to the whole series; You can obtain all Bach Cantata Pilgrimage releases at a special 25 % discount and as soon as they become available - visit our website for further details.\r\n\r\nNEW BACH WORK RELEASED SOON\r\n\r\nThere are more Bach treats in store from SDG this autumn: first and foremost the world premiere recording of Alles mit Gott, a birthday offering by JS Bach to Prince Wilhelm Ernst of Saxony which was discovered in Weimar last May. It is a lovely piece which has not been heard for almost 300 years, for soprano (sung by Elin Manahan Thomas) and continuo, with a string ritornello performed by members of the English Baroque Soloists. \r\n\r\nIt was only by complete coincidence, that the manuscript survived the fire which destroyed a large part of the Anna Amalia library in Weimar last year, as Michael Maul, who discovered the piece, tells in the liner notes. We were thrilled and honoured when the Director of Bach Archive in Leipzig emailed us asking if John Eliot would consider making the first recording of this piece, and extremely lucky to find a sponsor (die Viscount St. Davids Stiftung in conjunction with the AuBACH group of companies) who allowed us to plan and produce this recording in Ã¢â‚¬Â¦record time!\r\n\r\nThe rest of the CD contains a selection of some of the most beautiful arias and choruses from as yet unreleased volumes of the Cantata Pilgrimage. It is packaged in a digipack with a beautiful landscape by Steve McCurry on the cover.