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Wydawnictwo: Coviello Classics
Nr katalogowy: COV 92012
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: marzec 2021
EAN: 4039956920120
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: skrzypce, wiolonczela
Rodzaj: sonata, pieśń

Krieger / Hammerschmidt / Schutz: Abend-Andacht - Reflections on the thirty-year war in poetry and music

Coviello Classics - COV 92012
Johann Philipp Krieger (1649-1725)
Andreas Hammerschmidt (1611lub1612zm.1675)
Heinrich Schutz (1585-1672)
Andreas Gryphius, Maurus Friesenegger, Peter Hagendorf, Johann Rosenmüller, Philipp Heinrich Erlebach, Johann Krieger, Christoph Bernhard
Paper Kite:
Marie Heeschen, soprano
Antonio de Sarlo, violin
Rafael Roth, violin
Guillermo Turina, cello
Felix Schonherr, organ
Soren Leupod, theorbo
Heinrich Schütz:
Symphoniae Sacrae II - Mein Herz ist bereit, SWV 341

Johann Philipp Krieger:
Cantate Domino
Herr, auf dich trau ich

Andreas Gryphius:
Menschliches Elende
Thränen des Vaterlandes

Maurus Friesenegger:

Andreas Hammerschmidt:
Musicalische Andachten dritter Teil - Ich schlaffe
Vulnerasti cor meum

Peter Hagendorf:

Johann Rosenmüller:
Sonata Quarta a 3

Philipp Heinrich Erlebach:
Harmonische Freude musicalischer Freunde erster Teil - Kommt, ihr Stunden

Johann Krieger:
Neue musicalische Ergetzligkeiten - Abend-Andacht

Christoph Bernhard:
Geistliche Harmonien - Aus der Tieffen
It was a catastrophe of unimaginable proportions: The Thirty Years' War brought with it problems for those who had to experience it that seem unimaginable to us today. Not only the immediate violence of war, but also consequences such as looting, famine, epidemics and rape were the order of the day for almost everyone. The ensemble Paper Kite has set its sights on the impact of these traumas on the history of mentality and explored them from different perspectives in text and music. The textual sources are the diary of Abbot Maurus Friesenegger of Andechs and the notes of a simple mercenary. The psalm texts and poetry on which the music is based speak of the constant presence of death in the lives of people in the 17th century. All in all, a fascinating picture of this gloomy time emerges - and of the amazing human ability to still find something positive in all the misery.

Recording: St. Leodegar Niederehe, Üxdorf, Germany, 23-28 April 2019.

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