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Wydawnictwo: Christophorus
Nr katalogowy: CHR 77388
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2015
EAN: 4010072773883
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: lutnia

Luther / Newsidler / Senfl: Luthers Laute

Christophorus - CHR 77388
Martin Luther (1483-1546)
Hans Newsidler (1508-1572)
Ludwig Senfl (1486-1543)
Grigalis, Josquin des Prez, Schlick, Goudimel, Ravenscroft
Franz Vitzthum, countertenor
Julian Behr, lute
Nagrody i rekomendacje
ICMA Award Nomination Music Island Recommends
1 Martin Luther (1483-1546) Frau Musica singt 1:29
2 Raitis Grigalis (*1975) Non moriar, sed vivam 1:19
3 Ludwig Senfl (1489/91-1543) Non moriar, sed vivam 3:06
4 Josquin de Prez (1440-1521) Mille regretz 1:58
5 Hans Newsidler (1508/09 - 1563) Ein seer guter Organistischer Preambel (Laute solo) 3:03
6 Anonymus (Eisenacher Kantorenbuch) Surrexit Christus/Christ ist erstanden 1:20
7 Anon. (Codex Apel, um1500)/Heinrich Finck ? (1444-1527) Nigra sum, sed formosa 5:20
8 Hans Newsidler (1508/09-1563) Benedetur (Laute solo) 2:03
9 Anonymus (Hamburg 1548) Nun treiben wir den Babst hinaus 1:21
10 Hans Newsidler (1508/09-1563) Nunnentanz (Laute solo) 0:51
11 Martin Luther Sie ist mir lieb, die werte Magd 2:44
12 Arnolt Schlick (1460-1521) Maria zart 2:30
13 Ludwig Senfl Mein Fleiss und Müh (Laute solo) 1:43
14 Claude Goudimel (1500-1572) Etans assis aux rives aquatiques (Ps. 137) 4:18
15 Hans Newsiedler Ic seg adiu (Laute solo) 1:07
16 Thomas Ravenscroft (1590-1633) O sing ye now unto the Lord (Ps. 98) 1:41
17 Ludwig Senfl In pace inidipsum 4:39
18 Raitis Grigalis In pace inidipsum 2:46
19 Martin Luther Ein neues Lied wir heben an 2:18
20 Raitis Grigalis Aus tiefer Not (a cappella) 1:28
21 Ludwig Senfl Ecce quam bonum 9:01
22 Martin Luther Das Patrem zu deutsch (a cappella) 3:28
As a child, Martin Luther already received intensive musical training at the schools in Magdeburg and Eisenach. He sang not only in the school choirs during the church services, but also for wealthy citizens. During his studies in Erfurt, Luther studied the music theory of both the Middle Ages and antiquity and engaged in musical practice.

Luther had an intimate relationship with the music of his time: He was an admirer of the works of Senfl, Finck und Josquin and wrote a number of melodies of his own. Luther’s pastoral and almost intimate text “Frau Musica singt” (Ms. Musica Sings) to the nigthingale – which embodies music, whose song sounds forth in praise of God – makes one thing clear: music also provided Luther with solace and a place of refuge.

At his own request, Martin Luther learnt to play the lute whilst suffering from an illness in 1503. He not only studied the lute, but also the technique of intabulation, which is the arrangement of a polyphonic vocal piece for the plucked instrument.

The present selection of pieces by Luther and composers from his immediate environment, performed here by the countertenor Franz Vitzthum accompanied by the lute, could have been performed at an evening of domestic music-making at Martin Luther's house, although this cannot be proven by contemporary sources.

Recording: 18-20 November 2014, Probsteikirche St. Gerold (Austria)

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