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Wydawnictwo: Querstand
Seria: Vulpius Musicae Sacrae
Nr katalogowy: VKJK 1523
Nośnik: 2 CD
Data wydania: sierpień 2016
EAN: 4025796015232
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: organy
Rodzaj: motet

Vulpius: 6-7- stimmige Motetten der Cantiones Sacrae I

Querstand - VKJK 1523
Capella Daleminzia / René Michael Röder, organ
Nagrody i rekomendacje
Diapason 5
1st CD of a new series containing the complete works by Melchior Vulpius; Based on the original prints from 1602 which have been preserved in the cantorial library of the little Saxon town of Waldheim; Recorded in the St. Peter and Paul Parish Church in Weimar where Vulpius had been working himself for nearly 20 years; Contains several world premiere recordings.

In 1596, the Wasungen-born Melchior Vulpius was called to Weimar as the cantor, music and Latin teacher at the municipal school and the St. Peter and Paul Parish Church (Stadtkirche). Thus he became the highest ranking Ernestine church musician and the expectations of him were equally high. Within some years, he created a considerable repertoire, which he published from 1602 onwards: He released a new collection almost every year until his early death in 1615 aged 45. Many of them found their way to the cantorial library in the little Saxon town of Waldheim where they were preserved until today. Since 2002, this musical heritage has been investigated and gradually made accessible to the public once more. Waldheim’s cantor René Michael Röder and Capella Daleminzia directed by him have now started to release a CD series with the complete works by Vulpius, recorded at an authentic place: the Weimar Parish Church. This double CD as Vol. 1 of the Melchior Vulpius Edition contains the 23 six-part and 5 seven-part motets of the Cantiones Sacrae I. These are mainly musical versions of psalms and Gospel texts. However, a jubilee motet is included as well celebrating the 5th birthday of Prince Johann Philipp of Saxony-Weimar who later would reign in the Duchy Saxony-Altenburg which had been split from the main Duchy Saxony-Weimar.

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