Oratorio, "The Seasonings", S ½ tsp.
September 19, 2019 8:44 PM Subscribe
P.D.Q Bach is the 21st of Johann Sebastian Bach's surviving twenty children, and his surprising oratorio The Seasonings just might be worth ~23m of your time (including warm-up informational lecture). Classical music at its most entertaining!
Chorus, "Tarragon of virtue is full"
Recitative, "And there were in the same country"
Duet, "Bide Thy Thyme" (Soprano And Alto, with slide whistle, windbreaker, and trombone)
Recitative, "Then asked he"
Chorale, "By the leeks of Babylon, There we sat down, yes, we wept"
Recitative, "Then she gave in"
Aria, "Open sesame seeds" (Bass with kazoos, windbreaker, and slide windbreaker)
Recitative, "So saying"
Duet, "Summer in a cumin seed" (Soprano and Alto, with slide whistle and shower hose)
Chorus with Soloists, "To curry favor, favor curry"
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