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Wydawnictwo: Raumklang
Seria: Apollon
Nr katalogowy: RK 10114
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: czerwiec 2015
EAN: 4039731101140
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans, barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki

Calvisius / Stoltzer / Schein: Armarium - The Music Cabinet of the Leipzig Thomaner

Raumklang - RK 10114
Kompozytor
Sethus Calvisius (1556 – 1615)
Thomas Stoltzer (1475 – 1526)
Johann Hermann Schein (1586-1630)
Pandolfo Zalamella; Johann Walter; Sixt Dietrich; Giovanni Battista Stefanini; Heinrich Schutz; Johann Walter
Wykonawcy
Amarcord
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
ICMA Award Nomination Music Island CD of the Month Pizzicato Supersonic
 
Sequentia de S. Thoma »Gaude felix India« - Thomas-Graduale, Leipzig um 1300

Sethus Calvisius (1556 – 1615):
Hymnus ante cibum »Deus sator mortalium« - Florilegium selectissimum hymnorum, Leipzig 1606

Pandolfo Zallamella (1551 – 1591):
Ingrediente Domino - Florilegium selectissimarum cantionum, Leipzig 1603

Sethus Calvisius:
Hymnus vespertinus »Inventor rutili« - Florilegium selectissimum hymnorum, Leipzig 1606

Orlando di Lasso (1532 – 1594):
Confitemini Domino - Florilegium selectissimarum cantionum, Leipzig 1603

Sethus Calvisius:
Hymnus vespertinus »Te lucis ante terminum« - Florilegium selectissimum hymnorum, Leipzig 1606

Johann Walter (1496 – 1570):
Mitten wir im Leben sind - Wittenbergisch Gsangbüchli, Wittenberg 1537

Johann Hermann Schein (1586 – 1630):
Von dem Leiden und Sterben Jesu Christi. Die sieben Wort »Da Jesus an dem Kreuze stund« - Cantional, Oder Gesangbuch Augspurgischer Confession, Leipzig 1627

Giovanni Battista Stefanini (1574 – 1630):
Christus resurgens - Florilegii Musici Portensis, Leipzig 1621

Sethus Calvisius:
Hymnus vespertinus »Ades Pater supreme« - Florilegium selectissimum hymnorum, Leipzig 1606

Heinrich Schütz (1585 – 1672):
Viel werden kom men - Geistliche Chor-Music, Dresden 1648

Sethus Calvisius:
Oratio Dominica »O Pater coelestis« - Florilegium selectissimum hymnorum, Leipzig 1606

Thomas Stoltzer (um 1475 – 1526):
Magnificat sexti toni - Stimmbuchsammlung »Thomaskirche 49/50«, Leipzig um 1550

Sixt Dietrich (1492/94 – 1548):
Heilig ist Gott der Vater - Stimmbuchsammlung »Thomaskirche 49/50«, Leipzig um 1550

Sequentia de S. Thoma Canthuariensi »Spe mercedis et coronae« - Thomas-Graduale, Leipzig um 1300
With ARMARIUM, amarcord opens a treasure trove of St Thomas singing tradition. Works from the Middle Ages to Heinrich Schütz bring four centuries of Leipzig history and music tradition to life. What had long lain dormant in various archives will now be performed for the first time in this new amarcord recording. Sacred hymns by master composers Orlando di Lasso, Johann Walter, Johann Hermann Schein, Sethus Calvisius and Heinrich Schütz, and Gregorian chant from the St Thomas Gradual – one of the most important surviving collections of medieval choral manuscripts – all left their mark on the repertoire of the St Thomas Choir during the first centuries of its existence.

The two-time ECHO Klassik Award winners, amarcord impressively demonstrate the perfection of these brilliant vocal settings. After the recordings of two masses from the St Thomas Gradual (“Zu S. Thomas” – Early Music prize winner at the 2013 ICMA), the Bach Motets, and “Restless Love – A Stroll through Romantic Leipzig”, the five former members of the St Thomas Boys Choir are once again paying tribute to Leipzig as a centre of music. Acclaimed throughout Germany and the world by audiences and critics alike, amarcord is one of Leipzig's foremost music ensembles.

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