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Wydawnictwo: Bis
Seria: Treasures of Leufsta Bruk
Nr katalogowy: BISSACD 2354
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: kwiecień 2019
EAN: 7318599923543
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): szwedzki, niemiecki, francuski
Instrumenty: organy, skrzypce
Rodzaj: psalm, sonata, kantata

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Hurlebusch / Johnsen / Monsigny: The Musical Treasures of Leufsta Bruk III

Bis - BISSACD 2354
Elin Rombo, soprano
Maria Lindal, violin
Elias Gammelgard, violin
Daniel Holst, cello
Jonas Dominique, double bass
Peter Lönnerberg, organ / Maria Lindal
Five psalms (from Den svenskapsalmboken, 1695)

F. I. De Boeck:
Six Suittes pour le Clavi-Cembalo ou l’Orgue… Opera Seconda - Sonata V in G minor for keyboard

Conrad Friedrich Hurlebusch:
Due Cantate a Voce Solo e Basso Continuo… Opera Terza - Cantata I

Hinrich Philip Johnsen:
Kyrko-Musique pa Pask-Dagen 1757 (Church Music for Easter Day 1757)

Pierre-Alexandre Monsigny:
On ne s’avise jamais de tout - Jusque dans la moindre chose (Ariette)

Wackrasol (Aria)
Padig jag hoppas, Herrekär (Psalm)
An important centre for iron production in 17th-century Sweden, LeufstaBrukcame into the hands of the De Geers, a Dutch family, in the 1640s. In 1730 the young Charles De Geer inherited the estate and the ironworks, and it was here that he kept his extensive collection of sheet music, including many volumes imported from Amsterdam but also works by composers based in or visiting Sweden, such as Hinrich Philip Johnsen and Conrad Friedrich Hurlebusch.

Charles played the cello and the harpsichord, and it is probable that much of the music in the Leufsta collection will have been performed by members of the De Geer family themselves. The collection, now housed in the library of the University of Uppsala, thus offers fascinating insights into domestic music-making in 18th-century Sweden. This is the third disc to present music from the collection, and the first to focus on vocal music. It also features the famous organ in the church belonging to the estate, built in 1728 by Johan Niclas Cahman. Ranging from Swedish chorales to French opera, the varied selection is performed by soprano Elin Rombo and members of Rebaroque, one of the leading baroque ensembles in Sweden.

Recording: February 2018 at Lövstabruks kyrka, Sweden. Played on Cahmanorgeln i Leufsta bruks kyrka, byggd 1728.

Zobacz także:

  • BIS 165
  • RK 3101
  • BIS 1975