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Wydawnictwo: Carus
Nr katalogowy: CAR 83492
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: sierpień 2018
EAN: 4009350834927
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans, barok
Obszar (język): flamandzki, niemiecki
Rodzaj: motet, hymn

Praetorius / Lasso / Calvisius: Florilegium Portense

Carus - CAR 83492
Kompozytor
Hieronymus Praetorius (1560-1629)
Orlando di Lasso (1532-1594)
Sethus Calvisius (1556 – 1615)
Hans Leo Hassler, Arcangelo Borsaro, Andreas Pevernage, Melchior Franck, Jacobus Gallus, Michael Praetorius, Agostino Agzzari, Giovanni Battista Stefanini, Giovanni Gabrieli, Erhard Bodenschatz, Adam Gumpelzhaimer
Wykonawcy
Vocal Concert Dresden
Cappella Sagittariana Dresden / Peter Kopp
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Hieronymus Praetorius:
Benedicam Dominum in omni tempore

Hans Leo Hassler:
Si bona suscepimus de manu Domini

Arcangelo Borsaro:
Sit nomen Domini benedictum

Orlando di Lasso:
Confitebor tibi Domine

Sethus Calvisius:
Hymnus "Jam lucis orto sidere"
Hymnus "Deus sator mortalium"
Praeter rerum seriem ("Parode ad Josquini")
Hymnus "Te lucis ante terminum"

Andreas Pevernage:
Cor mundum crea in me Deus

Melchior Franck:
Herr, wenn ich nur dich hab

Jacobus Gallus:
Ecce quomodo mortitur justus

Michael Praetorius:
Das alte Jahr vergangen ist

Agostino Agazzari:
Tristis est anima mea

Giovanni Battista Stefanini:
Christus resurgens ex mortuis

Giovanni Gabrieli:
Jubilate Deo omnis terra

Erhard Bodenschatz:
Quam pulchra es amica mea

Adam Gumpelzhaimer:
Ecce quam bonum et quam jucundum
Florilegium Portense - this is the title of a collection of sacred motets from Italy, Germany and the Franco-Flemish region, first printed in Leipzig in 1618. It contains motets by the most famous composers of the time in Europe, such as Hieronymus and Michael Praetorius, Hans Leo Hassler, Orlando di Lasso, and Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli. Its dissemination was so successful that almost all church choirs, school choirs and court orchestras between Eisenach and Breslau came into contact with it. The motets were compiled by Sethus Calvisius, the cantor of Schulpforte and later Thomaskantor of Leipzig, and edited by Erhard Bodenschatz, his successor in Schulpforte. Exactly 400 years after going to press, the Vocal Concert Dresden and the Cappella Sagittariana under the direction of Peter Kopp honour this important cultural monument with a recording of selected motets and hymns, including several premiere recordings.

Recorded at Lukaskirche, Dresden, 3-6 March 2018

Zobacz także:

  • CDA 67669
  • KTC 1602
  • TXA 18103
  • DCD 34208