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Wydawnictwo: SWR Music
Nr katalogowy: SWR 19051
Nośnik: 2 CD
Data wydania: grudzień 2017
EAN: 747313905188
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Epoka muzyczna: barok, renesans
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: skrzypce, wiolonczela
Rodzaj: pieśń

Senfl / Schutz / Rosenmuller: Music before Bach

SWR Music - SWR 19051
Ludwig Senfl (1486-1543)
Heinrich Schutz (1585-1674)
Johann Rosenmuller (1619-1684)
Paul Hofhaimer, Heinrich Isaac, Erasmus Lapicida, Adam Rener, Adam von Fulda, Alessandro Grandi, Christoph Graupner, Dietrich Buxtehude, Johann Philipp Krieger
Fritz Wunderlich, tenor
Adalbert Nauber, violin
Emil Seiler, viola
Edith Klein, viola
Erich Wilke, cello
CD 1:
Ludwig Senfl:
Lust hab ich g’habt zur Musica
Entlaubet ist der Walde
Ich armes Käuzlein kleine
Unsäglich Schmerz
Ein alt bös Weib
Wie wohl ich trag

Paul Hofhaimer:
Was ich durch Glück hab Gunst erlangt

Heinrich Isaac:
Ach weiblich Art

Erasmus Lapicida:
Es lebt mein Hertz in Freud und Scherz

Adam Rener:
Mein höchste Frucht

Adam Von Fulda:
Apollo aller Kunst ein Hort

Alessandro Grandi:
Plorabo die ac nocte

Heinrich Schutz:
Konzert f. - Tenöre, - Violinen & B.c. SWV 356 - Es steh’ Gott auf, dass seine Feind’ zerstreuet werden
Konzert f. - Tenöre, - Violinen & B.c. SWV 353 - Was betrübst Du Dich, meine Seele

Ein Blümlein fein hab ich erwählt
Ich schell mein Horn im Jammerton

CD 2:
Johann Rosenmuller:
Vau. Et egressus est a filia Sion omnis
Aleph. Ego vir videns paupertatem meam
Incipit oratio Jeremiae Prophetae

Christoph Graupner:
Wie bald hast Du gelitten

Dietrich Buxtehude:
O wie selig sind, die zu dem Abendmahl des Lammes berufen sind
Surrexit Christus hodie
Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme

Johann Philipp Krieger:
Wo willst Du hin, weil’s Abend ist
When we think of Fritz Wunderlich as an interpreter of “early music”, it's the parts he sang in Bach’s passions and oratorios that immediately come to mind. In this respect, Germany’s probably greatest tenor had already gone down in the annals of recording history during his short lifetime (26 September 1930–17 September 1966). His international fame in later years was due not only to his outstanding performances as a Mozart tenor but also to his artistic versatility: his repertoire included Romantic opera, Lieder and operetta as well as contemporary and popular music. However, Wunderlich’s first recordings of early music and of music composed in the centuries before Bach are less well-known. They were recorded by the young singer from 1954 to 1957 and are featured on this double CD; the sound quality has been technically enhanced to maximum effect.

Apart from the Bach contemporary Christoph Graupner (1683–1760, CD 2, track 6), the repertoire presented on these CDs covers a time span that ranges from two centuries to some decades before Johann Sebastian Bach’s birth. The double CD begins with six of his songs that can be considered as true gems of the Lied. This is especially true of the autobiographical Lust hab ich g’habt zur Musica (I really fancied music). Those songs were recorded in the large broadcasting hall of the regional studio of the SWR broadcasting corporation in Freiburg, in October 1954. These songs belong to Fritz Wunderlich’s first ever sound recordings.

The composers on CD 2 mark the threshold of the Baroque period, the beginning of which is usually dated at the turn from the 16th to the 17th century. This CD mainly features sacred music by Heinrich Schütz, Johann Rosenmüller (1619–1684) and Dietrich Buxtehude (1637–1707). Quite fascinating is how effortlessly Wunderlich was able to integrate himself into an ensemble of singers.

Even though Wunderlich always considered Mozart and Bach to be his “fixed stars”, he also succeeded wonderfully in adding extra sparkle to the music dating from the time before Bach.

Recordings 1954–1957 - Digitally remastered from the original SWR tapes

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