Wydawnictwo: Genuin
Nr katalogowy: GEN 17453
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: czerwiec 2017
EAN: 4260036254532
Dostępność: w magazynie

50,00 zł
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Epoka muzyczna: średniowiecze, renesans
Instrumenty: organy


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Fortuna Desperata - Orgelmusik aus Gothic & Renaissance

Genuin - GEN 17453
Kompozytor

de Machaut, de Vitry, Busnois
Wykonawcy
Daniel Beilschmidt, organ (Metzler-Schwalbennestorgel (2015) der Aula / Universitätskirche St. Pauli Leipzig)
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
Diapason 5 Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik
 
Buxheimer Orgelbuch:
Redeuntes in idem
Redeuntes in mi

Machaut:
Sanctus aus "Messe de Nostre Dame"

Robertsbridge Codex:
Adesto - Firmissime fidem teneamus - Alleluia

Tabulatur des Adam Ileborgh von Stendal:
Sequitur aliud praeambulum super d manualiter et variatur super a g f et c
Praeambulum super D a f et g
Sequitur mensura sex notarum eiusdem tenori
Incipit Fortuna
Sequitur praeambulum in C et potest variari in d f g a

Codex Faenza:
Kyrie Cuctipotens Genitor Deus
Gloria Cunctipotens Genitor Deus

Buchner:
Fortuna in fa trium vocum, Tenor in Basso
Dantz Moss. Benczenauer
Christ ist erstanden

Tabulatur des Leonhard Kleber:
Fortuna in fa
Fortuna in mi

Busnois/Agricola:
Fortuna desperata a 6

Hofhaimer:
Salve Regina

St. Galler Orgelbuch:
Tota pulchra es
Christ ist erstanden

Calvisius:
Christ ist erstanden
In their GENUIN release Fortuna desperata, the foundation of the new University Church of St. Paul in Leipzig and university organist Daniel Beilschmidt celebrate the great cycles of faith and life. From ringing bells to the Zimbelstern, from the full organ to intimate dialogue with the human voice: Beilschmidt presents the new Metzler-Schwalbennest Organ in a recording that is at the same time a call for donations so the instrument can be completed. Beneath his fingers and feet, the stirring music from Machaut to Calvisius, from the 14th to the 16th centuries sounds both ancient and modern, boisterous and contemplative – a journey to the limits of the known world and beyond!