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Wydawnictwo: Audite
Nr katalogowy: AUDITE 97799
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: listopad 2021
EAN: 4022143977991
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: organy, wiolonczela
Rodzaj: salve regina

Werner: Vol. 1 - Salve Reginas and Pastorellas

Audite - AUDITE 97799
Magdalene Harer, soprano
Johannes Euler, countertenor
Georg Poplutz, tenor
Markus Flaig, bassbariton
Lajos Rovatkay, organ
Christoph Harer, cello
Daniel Trumbull, organ
La Festa Musicale / Lajos Rovatkay
Nagrody i rekomendacje
ICMA Award Nomination Music Island Recommends Crescendo Empfehlungen Pizzicato 5
Utwory na płycie:
Salve Regina III/104
Pastorella III/299
Salve Regina III/127
Pastorella III/298
Salve Regina (Eisenstadt)
Pastorella (Eisenstadt)
Pastorella III/289
Salve Regina III/111
Pastorella III/301
Salve Regina III/130
Pastorella III/300
Salve Regina III/121
„O clemens, o pia ...“ ‘Alla capella'
Expressiveness, drama and Alpine joie de vivre: the hitherto neglected oeuvre of Haydn’s predecessor Gregor Joseph Werner reveals a wealth of contrasts. Connecting different epochs to each other, his compositions are musical jewels casting a new light on the works of the Viennese classical era.

Following on from their highly successful debut album featuring works by Venturini (aud. 97.775), la festa musicale now make a welcome return to audite, once again performing little-known and yet high-quality repertoire:

Gregor Joseph Werner (1693-1766), a titan at the birth of Viennese classicism, was Joseph Haydn’s immediate predecessor as Kapellmeister at the Esterházy court. First and foremost a pre-eminent composer of Latin sacred music, the majority of his instrumental music has been lost. Werner’s compositions, including the Salve Regina settings and Pastorellas presented here, reveal beguiling and inventive melodic lines and a bold sense of harmonic expression alongside enormous contrapuntal prowess. Haydn profited considerably from his predecessor and teacher: the late Mozartian synthesis of the “learned” and the “galant” styles was clearly already inherent in Werner’s music. Werner’s oeuvre, difficult to access and almost only available in individual parts, has been researched for decades by Lajos Rovatkay, who is also the conductor in these performances. Together with a stellar cast of soloists and la festa musicale, he now presents impressive interpretations of the works of this unjustly neglected master.

Recording: St Stephen’s Collegiate Church, Hanover, January 25 - 28, 2021.

Zobacz także:

  • AUDITE 97808
  • CC 72513
  • ACC 26502
  • AV 2513
  • HC 22011
  • NIFCCD 639-640
  • GEN 22794
  • PMR 0124
  • CHAN 20166
  • GEN 23808