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Wydawnictwo: Bis
Nr katalogowy: BISSACD 2566
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: październik 2021
EAN: 7318599925660
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki, włoski
Instrumenty: skrzypce, klawesyn
Rodzaj: sonata, fuga

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Schmelzer / Biber / Locatelli: Memento mori

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Johann Heinrich Schmelzer (c1620/3-1680)
Heinrich Biber (1644-1704)
Pietro Antonio Locatelli (1695-1764)
Raimbaut de Vaqueiras, Henry Purcell, Johann Schop, Giacomo Antonio Perti, Johann Pachelbel
Klingzeug Barockensemble:
Claudia Delago-Norz, violin
Lukas Praxmarer, violin
Nadine Henrichs, viola
Anna Tausch, cello/recorder
Johannes Ötzbrugger, theorbo
Martin Riccabona, organ/harpsichord
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Anonymous (14th century):
Lamento di Tristano

Johann Heinrich Schmelzer:
Lamento sopra la morte Ferdinandi III
Sonata lamentevole

Raimbaut de Vaqueiras (13th century):
Planh — Improvisation

Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber:
Balletti lamentabili a 4

Henry Purcell:
Dido’s Lament

Johann Schop:
Lachrimae Pavaen

Giacomo Antonio Perti:
Fugue for Two Voices

Pietro Locatelli:
Sinfonia funebre

Johann Pachelbel:
Alle Menschen müssen sterben
The phrase memento mori has its origins in classical antiquity, but the injunction to remember one's own mortality has been a feature of different cultures and religions throughout the ages; just as death is universal, so is our need to adjust to this fact, and to consider our lives with it in mind. The arts are, and have been, an important means in helping us to do so, which is why the laments gathered on this album speak to us all.

The Austrian ensemble klingzeug has gathered examples from some 500 years - from the Planh ('plaint') by Raimbaut de Vaqueiras, a Provensal troubadour of the early 13th century, to Locatelli's Sinfonia funebre. Two of the most famous of all musical laments have also found their way onto the disc, albeit not in the form we normally hear them; transferred to a violin Dido's Lament has become a song without words, while Dowland's Lachrimae is heard in one of the many arrangements made of it, here by the German composer Johann Schop.

Recording: 16th–18th July 2020 at the Bernardisaal, Stams Abbey (Stift Stams), Austria.

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  • ACC 24375
  • MMCD 13051
  • VA 15
  • COV 92103
  • CAR 83521
  • CHR 77453
  • NIFCCD 071
  • APR 5637