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Wydawnictwo: Querstand
Seria: Vulpius Musicae Sacrae
Nr katalogowy: VKJK 1524
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: sierpień 2016
EAN: 4025796015249
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Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: motet

Vulpius: Motets For Eight To Thirteen Parts From Cantiones Sacrae I

Querstand - VKJK 1524
Capella Daleminzia
Vocalconsort Waldheim
Singschule Waldheim / René Michael Röder
Nagrody i rekomendacje
Diapason 5
OCTO VOCUM XXIX. Exultent et laetentur in te
OCTO VOCUM XXX. Coecus quidam sedebat iuxta viam
OCTO VOCUM XXXI. Exaltabo te Domine
OCTO VOCUM XXXII. Quem vidistis pastores
OCTO VOCUM XXXIII. Deus spes nostra
OCTO VOCUM XXXIV. Corde natus ex parentis
OCTO VOCUM XXXV. Fit porta Christi
OCTO VOCUM XXXV. Fit porta Christi
OCTO VOCUM XXXVII. Non est bonum hominem esse solum
NOVEM VOCUM XXXVIII. Surrexit pastor bonus
DECEM VOCUM XXXIX. Angelus ad pastores ait
DECEM VOCUM XL. Pater noster
DUODECIM VOCUM XLI. Gloria, laus & honor
DUODECIM VOCUM XLII. In convertendo Dominus captivitatem Zion
TREDECIM VOCUM XLIII. Multae filiae congregaverunt divitias
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 now release a CD series with the complete works by Vulpius

Vol. 2 of the Melchior Vulpius Edition contains the motets for eight to thirteen parts of the Cantiones Sacrae I, thus completing the recording of Vulpius’ first published collection of works. The nine-part motet “Surrexit pastor bonus” for Easter Monday is the only one in this collection to be sung by four choirs and contains another special feature. While Choir 1 sings the Latin text, the Choirs 2 to 4 contrast this with hymns in German language. Furthermore, the choirs should be placed in a quadrophonic manner if possible

The Capella Daleminzia early music ensemble, named after the Slavic district which formed the heartland of the Margraviate of Meissen, was founded in 2001. It meets at regular intervals and with variable line-ups for a wide range of projects. The maintenance of typical Saxonion baroque music with authentic instruments plays an important role here. Important projects have been Bach’s Christmas Oratorio and Mass in B Minor (2006), Handel’s Messiah (2006) and Saul (2011), Haydn’s Creation (2009) and The Seasons (2013). In 2010, the Capella Daleminzia gave a guest performance in the Mittelsächsisches Theater Freiberg. In 2013, it was at the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden and in other castles and churches of Saxony as well as in the Altmark with its programme Sächsische Musiker am Preußischen Hof (Saxonian musicians at the Prussian court). The ensemble is a regular musical partner of the ensembles of the Waldheim Chantry Society. Since 2004, it has been involved in the CD recordings of the Klingende Kostbarkeiten aus der Waldheimer Kantoreibibliothek series (Musical delicacies from the Waldheim Chantry Library). Since 2011, the instrumental consort has been expanded by a vocal consort as part of such CD productions. As part of the Waldheim New Year’s concerts, the symphonic works of Beethoven will be the focus of the ensemble from 2015?–?2023.

René Michael Röder has been the church musician in Waldheim since 2002. The focal points of his activity are voice training and choral work in the ensembles of the Chantry Society, which was founded in 1561, together with the revision and publication of the musical treasures handed down through the Chantry Library. After the Musicalische Kirchen- und Haus-Freude 1661 by Tobias Zeutschner (Musical church and household pleasure – produced in 2011) and the Geistliche Concerte (spiritual concerts) from the collection of Berlin’s cathedral cantor Johann Havemann 1659 (produced in 2013), the complete edition of Ouvres by Melchior Vulpius on CD and as music sheets has been the ongoing major project since 2014.

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