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Manu Katché (eigentlich: Emmanuel Katché ; * 27. Oktober 1958 in Saint-Maur-des-Fossés , Département Val-de-Marne ) ist ein französischer Schlagzeuger und international gefragter Studiomusiker . Daneben tritt er auch als Komponist , Sänger , Texter , Perkussionist und Musikproduzent in Erscheinung. Sein musikalischer Schwerpunkt ist der Bereich Rock / Pop , er bedient jedoch auch die Genres Weltmusik und Jazz .

Von 2007 bis 2011 moderierte er (zusammen mit Alice Tumler ) die von ihm initiierte Musik- Fernsehsendung One Shot Not . [1] Darin wurden kurze Konzerte, Jam-Sessions und Interviews mit wechselnden Musikern verschiedener musikalischer Stilrichtungen präsentiert, teilweise von Manu Katché am Schlagzeug begleitet. Die Sendung wurde vom deutsch-französischen Kulturkanal ARTE anfangs monatlich, später wöchentlich ausgestrahlt.

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The St Matthew Passion tells the story of the last days of Jesus. He is betrayed, tried, crucified and buried. The lyrics were compiled by Picander (the pseudonym of Christian Friedrich Henrici), probably in close consultation with Bach himself. For their theme, they took the story as told by St Matthew the Evangelist. As different groups or people have their say, the singers get different roles – Christ, Judas, Peter, a slave girl, the pupils, the high priests, the people and the soldiers, etc.

At key moments in the story, Bach and Picander added chorales and arias as a reflection of the biblical story. The action is suspended and the events are placed in the theological context of Bach’s day.
The chorale lyrics and melodies come from the Lutheran hymn book, and were well known to the congregation in Leipzig. Even though Bach’s harmonies were new, everyone would have recognised the melody and the words. The lyrics for the opening and closing choruses and the arias were brand new, however. Both the arias and the chorales often link up seamlessly with the evangelical words.

In his lyrics, Picander distinguishes between two groups of people: the ‘Daughters of Zion’ (Jerusalem) on the one hand, and the faithful souls on the other. Picander often puts these two groups in dialogue with one another. Bach reinforces this dialogue effect by having two separate ensembles of singers and instrumentalists, which he refers to as coro I and coro II. Each of the two ensembles has its own function. The first choir is part of the story and provides the most important emotional reactions, as in the arias ‘Erbarme dich’ and ‘Aus Liebe’. The second choir asks questions, provides commentary and draws conclusions.





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