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Wydawnictwo: Christophorus
Nr katalogowy: CHR 77436
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: luty 2019
EAN: 4010072774361
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: kantata

Buxtehude: Membra Jesu nostri

Christophorus - CHR 77436
Wykonawcy
La Chapelle Rhénane
La Maîtrise de Garcons de Colmar / Benoît Haller
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Membra Jesu nostri, BuXWV 75:
Ad pedes 'Ecce super montes'
Ad genua 'Ad ubera portabimini'
Ad manus 'Quid sunt plagae istae'
Ad latus 'Surge amica mea'
Ad pectus 'Sicut modo geniti infants'
Ad cor 'Vulnerasti cor meum'
Ad faciem 'Illustra faciem tuam'
Buxtehude’s Membra Jesu Nostri is an enigmatic work: not only the utilisation of a Latin text places it apart from the remainder of the Protestant Buxtehude’s compositions, and for this reason it was surely never performed at his well-known Abendmusiken (evening concerts). The cycle consists of seven meditations on the wounds of Christ which are brought into the context of the suffering and death of the Redeemer in a similar manner to meditations on the seven sorrows of Mary or the seven last words of Christ on the cross which were intended to enable believers to experience vicarious suffering in contemplation of the events of the passion. The meditations begin with the feet of Christ and continue with reflections on his knees, hands, sides, breast and heart, culminating in the contemplation of the face of Christ. The core of each of the seven cantatas is formed of three verses taken from the mediaeval hymn Oratio rhythmica. These mystical contemplations are contrasted by a selection of passages from the Bible chosen by Buxtehude who creates musically elaborate settings of these texts.

Live Recording: 28 October 2007 at Saint-Grégoire de Ribeauvillé (France)

Zobacz także:

  • ACC 24348
  • CDA 67964
  • CDA 67876
  • SWR 19063
  • ARS 38558
  • BIS 2452
  • LWC 1152
  • ADX 13717
  • DCD 34198
  • BIS 2331