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Wydawnictwo: Christophorus
Nr katalogowy: CHR 77439
Nośnik: 2 CD
Data wydania: kwiecień 2019
EAN: 4010072774392
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans
Obszar (język): flamandzki, niemiecki, austriacki
Instrumenty: organy
Rodzaj: motet, msza

Isaac / Desprez / Hofhaimer: Sacred Music for Kaiser Maximilian I

Christophorus - CHR 77439
Kompozytor
Heinrich Isaac (c1450-1517)
Josquin Desprez (1450-1455)
Paul Hofhaimer (1459-1537)
Ludwig Senfl, Costanzo Festa, Ludwig Daser
Wykonawcy
Ensemble Hofkapelle:
Edzard Burchards, cantus
Wolfgang Kistner, cantus
Alex Potter, cantus
Reiner Schneider-Waterberg, altus
Pierre Funck, tenor
Jörg Deutschewitz, tenor
Johannes Günther, tenor
Ulrich Maier, bass
Helge Rowold, bass
Martin Lubenow, cornett
Dietrich Hakelberg, cornett
Jürgen Krauß, sackbut/trombone
Andreas Domnick, sackbut/trombone
Christoph Scheerer, scabut/trombone
Peter Zentel, sacebut/trombone
Ingo Bredenbach, organ
David Blunden, organ / Michael Procter
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CD 1 - Motetten für Kaiser Maximilian I:
Paul Hofhaimer:
Salve Regina

Heinrich Isaac:
Salve sancta parens
Virgo Prudentissima
Christ ist erstanden
Innsbruck, ich muß dich lassen
Sancti Spiritus assit nobis gratia
Christus surrexit (instr.)

Ledwig Senfl:
De profundis

Jasquin Desprez:
Inviolata, integra et casta es, Maria
Proch dolor

Constanzo Festa:
Quis dabit oculis

Inviolata, integra et casta es, Maria (Gregorianisch)

CD 2 - Missa pro Maximiliano:
Paul Hofhaimer:
Recordare in 2 Teilen für Orgel

Heinrich Isaac:
Missa de Beata Maria Virgine (a 4 voci)
Missa de Beata Maria Virgine (a 6 voci)

Josquin Desprez/Ludwig Daser:
Ave Maria... virgo serena (a 6 voci)
500 years ago, on 19 January 1519, Maximilian I (archduke of Austria, German king, and Holy Roman emperor) passed away. With his policies of wars and marriages, Maximilian I had laid the foundations upon which the Habsburgs built their immense power. In addition to extending this power, he promoted science and arts and defined himself as the ‘last knight’. He founded a court chapel around the composer Heinrich Isaac, and gathered the most famous musicians of Europe.

The programme on the first CD includes motets by Isaac, Senfl and Josquin which were written for different sacred occasions at the Maximilian court. The second CD features two Marian Masses composed for Maximilian by Isaac. The first one was set for four voices; the emperor must have liked it very much because he asked Isaac to revise it and build a six-voice version. The Ensemble Hofkapelle present the two masses in alternation with Gregorian chant (first mass) and organ improvisations in the style of Paul Hofhaimer, Maximilian’s famous court organist (second mass).

Recordings: 27.- 29.10.1998, Stadtkirche Nagold (Schwarzwald) [CD 1]; 1.-6.7.2005, Ev.-ref. Kirche Rysum (Ostfriesland) [CD 2]. David Blunden plays Rysum, 1457 organ.

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