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Wydawnictwo: Christophorus
Nr katalogowy: CHR 77440
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: czerwiec 2019
EAN: 4010072774408
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: kantata, sonata

Welter / Hainlein / Schmelzer: Gott sey uns gnadig - Choral cantatas

Christophorus - CHR 77440
Ecco la musica
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Paul Hainlein:
Sonata a 5 Battallia ex C

Johann Samuel Welter:
Herr Jesu Christ du höchstes Guth
Gott sey uns gnädig
Auff, auff ihr Gottes Haußgenossen
Auff meinen lieben Gott
Wenn wir in höchsten Nöthen seyn

Johann Michael Nicolai:
Sonata 14 a 2

Johann Heinrich Schmelzer:
Sonata a 3

Antonio Bertali:
Sonata 101 a 6

Sonata a 2 Viole da gamba
True treasures of unknown music can still be discovered: One of these unknown is the composer Johann Samuel Welter, who was born in 1650 near Schwäbisch Hall (Württemberg) and, apart from a few years as an apprentice in Nuremberg, always remained faithful to his homeland. In the free imperial city of Schwäbisch Hall a free reformatory spirit prevailed, and Welter worked there for 45 years as organist at the main church of St. Michael until his death in 1720. He was certainly offered positions in Berlin, Frankfurt or Augsburg and is said to have composed over 400 works, but unfortunately only just under a dozen vocal works have survived. For his sacred cantatas Welter was well known and highly respected far beyond the borders of his country. Today he must be regarded as the most important composer of choral cantatas between Praetorius and J.S. Bach. The Ensemble ecco la musica presents with five first recordings the great quality of the composer and complements it with instrumental music by Schmelzer, Bertali, Nicolai and others from the Langenburg Archive in the direct vicinity of Welter.

Instruments: violino: Michael Pilger (1996, after A. Amati 1574) [Pilger]; viola da gamba: Henner Harders (1991, after Barak Norman, 1692) [Harders]; organo di legno: Michael Braun (2002). Recording: 5-7 November 2018, Funkstudio des SWR Stuttgart.

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