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Wydawnictwo: SWR Music
Nr katalogowy: SWR 19095
Nośnik: 7 CD
Data wydania: marzec 2021
EAN: 747313909582
159,00zł
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Epoka muzyczna: barok, klasycyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: pasja, requiem, msza

Bach / Handel / Mozart: Fritz Wunderlich - Sacred Music

SWR Music - SWR 19095
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St. John Passion:
Agnes Giebel, soprano
Marga Höffgen, alto
Fritz Wunderlich, tenor
Hans Joachim Rotsch, tenor
Horst Günter, bass
Heinz Rehfuss, bass
Freiburger Bachchor
Südwestfunk-Orchester / Theodor Egel
Christmas Oratorio:
Fritz Wunderlich, tenor
Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart / August Langenbeck
Der Messias:
Tilla Briem, soprano
Margarethe Bence, alto
Fritz Wunderlich, tenor
Otto von Rohr, bass
Wolfgang Dallmann, organ
Philharmonischer Chor Stuttgart
Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR / Heinz Mende
Requiem:
Agnes Giebel, soprano
Iva Malaniuk, alto
Fritz Wunderlich, tenor
Otto von Rohr, bass
Bach-Chor Stuttgart
Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR / Hans Müller-Kray
Mass in C Minor:
Agnes Giebel, soprano
Valerie Bak, soprano
Fritz Wunderlich, tenor
Friedhelm Hessenbruch, bass
Südfunk-Chor Stuttgart
Bach-Chor Stuttgart
Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR / Hans Müller-Kray
Messa de Requiem:
Maria Stader, soprano
Marga Höffgen, alto
Fritz Wunderlich, tenor
Gottlob Frick, bass
Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR / Hans Müller-Kray
In terra pax:
Agnes Giebel, soprano
Marga Höffgen, alto
Fritz Wunderlich, tenor
Herbert Brauer, baritone
Paul Sandoz, bass
Freiburger Bachchor
Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg / Theodor Egel
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
Ritmo Parade
 
CD 1 & 2:
Johann Sebastian Bach:
St. John Passion, BWV 245
Christmas Oratorio (Kantaten I-III, BWV 248)

CD 3 & 4:
Georg Friedrich Handel:
Der Messias, HWV 56

CD 5:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
Requiem in D Minor, KV 626
Mass in C Minor, KV 247 (beginning)

CD 6:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
Mass in C Minor, KV 427

CD 7:
Giuseppe Verdi:
Messa da Requiem (excerpts)

Frank Martin:
In terra pax
In all previous instalments of the SWR CLASSIC Edition featuring the great tenor Fritz Wunderlich (26 September 1930 – 17 September 1966) one fact is always mentioned – the enormous artistic versatility of this extraordinarily talented singer, who sang everything with the same absolute dedication, from Baroque music to Classical and Romantic operas to popular hits (Schlager) and contemporary music, and who enthralled his audience, whether he performed on student stages or in the world’s most prestigious concert venues. This box set presents Fritz Wunderlich as an interpreter of sacred music, an important and integral part of his profile. Fortunately, a number of his distinguished performances have been preserved, including the complete recording of Johann Sebastian Bach’s St John Passion, excerpts from the Christmas Oratorio, Handel’s Messiah (this is the first time the complete performance has been released), Mozart’s Requiem and Mass in C minor, and excerpts from Guiseppe Verdi’s Messa da Requiem. Fritz Wunderlich also recorded sacred music from the time before Bach; works by Heinrich Schütz and Dietrich Buxtehude, for example. These can be found on the album Fritz Wunderlich sings Music before Bach (SWR19051CD).

Despite his young age Fritz Wunderlich seemed to have effortlessly mastered even the most virtuoso challenges. And the way he used his famous ‘golden voice’ to master the challenging role of the evangelist in the St. John Passion is truly remarkable. It's safe to say that he always fully exploited his artistic potential for achieving an interpretation that the listener will never forget.

The recording of Handel’s Messiah presented here was made on 21 March 1959. Wunderlich was the only tenor involved, also singing the arias – and what a melodious voice, what intense devotion! The live recording of Mozart’s Requiem (Ottobeuren, 21 June 1958) features a stellar cast: apart from Fritz Wunderlich, soprano Agnes Giebel, alto Iva Malaniuk and bass Otto von Rohr also took part in the performance. Mozart didn’t finish his C Minor Mass KV 427. This live recording from 22 June 1957, however, includes the missing parts supplied by court music director Georg Alois Schmitt (1827–1902) from Schwerin. He mostly used works or parts of works Mozart himself had written. However, there is one exception: for the Credo, Schmitt used the Crucifixus from Johann Ernst Eberlin’s (1702–1762) Mass No.8. Such an edition of the work is rarely heard nowadays.

Recordings: Freiburg, Stadthalle, 23.02.1958 [Live] (Passion); Stuttgart, Markuskirche, 18.12.1955 (Christmas Oratorio); Stuttgart, Liederhalle, 21.03.1959 [live] (Messias); Ottobeuren, 21.06.1958 (Requiem); Stuttgart, Liederhalle, 22.06.1957 (Mass).

Zobacz także:

  • ARS 38582
  • TACET 265
  • CDA 68260
  • PAS 1081
  • AUDITE 97790
  • CHR 77453
  • DCD 34236
  • MMCD 13051
  • APR 5637
  • COV 92103