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Wydawnictwo: Coviello Classics
Nr katalogowy: COV 92112
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: grudzień 2021
EAN: 4039956921127
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans, barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki, włoski, flamandzki
Rodzaj: motet

Praetorius / Lasso / Gabrieli: Bodenschätze - Motets from the Florilegium Portense

Coviello Classics - COV 92112
Hieronymus Praetorius (1560-1629)
Orlando di Lasso (1532-1594)
Giovanni Gabrieli (ok.1555-1612)
Asprilio Pacelli, Moritz Landgraf von Hessen, Francesco Biancardi, Tarquinio Merula, Jacobus Gallus, Marco Antonio Ingegneri, Andrea Gabrieli, Heinrich Hartmann, Johann Kaspar Kerll, Giovanni Battista Stefanini, Hans Leo Hassler, Alessandro Orologio
Cappella della Torre / Florian Helgath
Nagrody i rekomendacje
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Asprilio Pacelli:
Cantate Domino a 8

Moritz Landgraf von Hessen:
Hosianna filio David a 8

Francesco Biancardi:
Ave gratia plena a 6

Tarquinio Merula:
Ciaconna a 6

Jacobus Gallus:
Ecce quomodo moritur a 4
Jerusalem gaude
Media vita in morte sumus

Marco Antonio Ingegneri:
Duo seraphim a 8

Andrea Gabrieli:
Exsultate justi a 8

Heinrich Hartmann:
Ist nicht Ephraim dein Teurer

Johann Kaspar Kerll:
Intrada Battaglia

Hyronimus Praetorius:
Tulerunt Dominum meum a 8
Fuit homo missus a Deus a 5
Gloria tibi a 7

Orlando di Lasso:
Tristis est anima mea a 5
Deus in adiutorium a 6

Giovanni Battista Stefanini:
Christus resurgens

Giovanni Gabrieli:
Jubilate Deo a 8

Hans Leo Hassler:
Pater noster

Alessandro Orologio:
The great "composer of the millennium" Johann Sebastian Bach stands like a solitary rock in the landscape of music history. There is less talk about where he comes from and what influenced him stylistically. Chorwerk Ruhr embarked on a search for traces with highly interesting results: the young Johann Sebastian also listened to and studied works that were already around 100 years old. In any case, during his later time as Thomaskantor in Leipzig, he saw to it that the collection of motets Florilegium selectissimarum Cantionum was purchased anew - it was used so frequently in lessons under his aegis that the sheet music was completely worn out. The collection of the early Baroque master and school cantor Erhard Bodenschatz, first published in 1603, illustrates in songs mostly by German or Italian masters the then new compositional technique of the Baroque in a clearly comprehensible manner.

Recording: Philharmonie Essen, Germany, 2021

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