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Wydawnictwo: Christophorus
Nr katalogowy: CHR 77455
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2021
EAN: 4010072774552
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: pieśń

Othmayr / Isaac / Senfl: Gift & Gegengift - Virtues & Vices in Renaissance Songs

Christophorus - CHR 77455
Kompozytor
Caspar Othmayr (1515-1553)
Heinrich Isaac (c1450-1517)
Ludwig Senfl (1486-1543)
Lorenz Lemlin, Jakob Barbireau, Paul Hofhaimer
Wykonawcy
Franz Vitzthum, countertenor
Dryades Consort / Silvia Tecardi
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Magna semper aerumnarum acies/Nulla calamitas sola
Octo sunt passiones
Trag Bier her
Si bibero
Der Gutzgauch auf dem Zaune saß
Ich hört‘ ein Fräulein klagen
Si turpis et carnalis
Een frölic wesen
Tröstlicher Lieb
Was wird es doch des Wunders noch
Avaritia a vincitur
Vom Himmel hoch
Non secus atque olim
Fortuna desperata
Der Mon der steht am höchsten
On Freud verzehr ich manchen Tag
Bruder Conrad super fortuna
Non somnos requies/Mein Tag mit Unruhe
Si te ira exstimulat
Carmen in re „Unschuldiger Ritter“
Ich armes Käuzlein kleine
Si accidia infestaris
Tribulatio patientiam operatur
Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein
Peccavi
Was ist die Welt
Mein himmlischer Vater/In manus tuas
The discussion of vices and virtues goes back to the ancient Greeks. In the Christian understanding, the seven deadly sins developed from this, which were contrasted with the cardinal virtues - in the Renaissance with its new image of man, the preoccupation with the good and bad character traits was a central theme. In his "Tricinia", the composer Caspar Othmayr (1515-1553) deals with the deadly sins and opposes each sin with a composition as an antidote.

The gambist Silvia Tecardi used this collection as a guide for her portrait of Othmayr and his time. As a student at the University of Heidelberg, Othmayr formed a circle of musician friends, the so-called "Heidelberger Liedmeister". This circle produced countless elaborate songs on sacred and secular themes, which Georg Forster collected in five volumes of the "Frische Teutsche Liedlein". From this collection, all seven deadly sins and - as an antidote - the virtues against them are presented in artistic movements by countertenor Franz Vitzthum accompanied by the viola da gamba consort Dryades.

Recording: 29 September – 2 October 2020, Ev. Kirche Grenzach (Germany).

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