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Wydawnictwo: Challenge Classics
Nr katalogowy: CC 72759
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: czerwiec 2018
EAN: 608917275926
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: skrzypce, wiolonczela
Rodzaj: psalm, hymn

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Mayr: Psalms from Sacri Concentus 1681

Challenge Classics - CC 72759
Wykonawcy
Fabian Winkelmaier, soprano
Markus Miesenberger, tenor
Markus Forster, alto
Gerd Kenda, bass
Alois Mühlbacher, soprano
Ars Antiqua Austria:
Gunar Letzbor, violin, viola
Fritz Kircher, violin
Markus Miesenberger, viola
Peter Trefflinger, cello
Hubert Hoffmann, theorbo
Erich Traxler, organ / Gunar Letzbo
Laudate pueri Dominum (Psalm 112/113)
Confitebor tibi Domine (Psalm 110/111)
Beati omnes (Psalm 127/128)
Nisi Dominus (Psalm 126/127)
Venite gentes (Hymnus)
Ars Antiqua Austria and Gunar Letzbor present outstanding sacred concerts by Rupert Ignaz Mayr (1646-1712) for voice, a virtuoso solo violin and basso continuo. Mayr, working in Munich from 1683 until his death, is considered a reformer of southern Germany’s Catholic sacred music with his clever combining of the largely protestant sacred concert of the north with the extemporizing concertante style of Italy.

R.I. Mayr’s works were influenced by his study trip to Paris as well as the Italian musicians who dominated musical life at the Munich court. Paired with echoes of Bavarian folk music, Mayr’s music reveals both a typically Austrian blend as well as very personal hues.

At that time, Catholic church music was dominated by the stile antico. Mayr gently expands this ancient art by introducing the concerto form as well as the monody. He elaborately weaves polyphonic textures, his monodies emerging highly expressive, melodious and also virtuosic. Mayr easily joins the ranks of his famous Austrian colleagues, matching the quality of a J.K. Kerll or the Austrian masters around H.F. Biber.

Recording: 26-28 November 2017, Altomonte-Saal, Stift St. Florian, St. Florian, Austria

Zobacz także:

  • SIGCD 484
  • DCD 34193
  • ACD 22764
  • CDA 68152
  • CC 72267
  • WER 73662
  • SWR 19044
  • SIGCD 492
  • AN 28873
  • AUDITE 97739