- Alto Vocals [Chorus] – Marleen Schampaert
- Bass Vocals – Klaus Mertens
- Bass Vocals [Chorus] – Klaus Mertens
- Bassoon – Alain Derijckere*
- Cello – René Schiffer
- Composed By – Telemann*
- Double Bass – Franck Coppieters*
- Edited By [Digital], Mastered By [Digital] – Andreas Glatt
- Ensemble – Il Gardellino
- Flute [Traverso] – Jan De Winne
- Layout, Design – Jakob Text + Bild
- Liner Notes – Eric F. Fiedler, Jan De Winne
- Liner Notes [French Translation] – Christopher Cartwright, Godwin Stewart
- Liner Notes [German Translation] – Barbara Burghardt
- Liner Notes [Translation Of De Winne's Liner Notes] – Hanno Pfisterer
- Oboe – Ann Vanlancker, Marcel Ponseele
- Organ, Harpsichord – Shalev Ad El*
- Producer, Recorded By – Adelheid Glatt, Andreas Glatt
- Soprano Vocals [Chorus] – Liesbeth Hermans
- Tenor Vocals [Chorus] – João Sebastião
- Viola – Deirdre Dowling
- Violin – Mika Akiha, Mira Glodeanu
Made in Germany.
Released in a standard Digipak with a 44-page booklet in English, French & German.
Recorded at the 'Vereenigde Doopsgezinde Kerk', Haarlem (The Netherlands), November 2005.
Cantata texts based on St. Matthew 24: 15-28 (tracks1-6); St. Luke 10: 23-37 (tracks 7-12); St. Luke 5: 1-11 (tracks 13-18); St. Matthew 18: 23-35 (tracks 19-24).
Front illustration: "Stadt Hamburg in der Elbe-Auen", oil on canvas, anonym c. 1700, Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte, (AKG).
Total playing time: 69'01".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 015023 241671
- Matrix / Runout: 52105609/ACC24167 21
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 0783
- Label Code: LC06618
- SPARS Code: DDD