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Soloinstrumente Zink Music from the Dresden Castle Chapel II - Schütz and Italy – Schütz and the Italians

Music from the Dresden Castle Chapel II - Schütz and Italy – Schütz and the Italians

Music from the Dresden Castle Chapel II Heinrich Schütz (1585– 1672) “Make a joyful noise unto the Lord” Schütz and Italy – Schütz and the Italians amarcord Wolfram Lattke, Martin Lattke – Tenor Frank Ozimek - Bariton Daniel Knauft, Holger Krause – Bass mit Ina Siedlaczek, Angelika Lenter – Sopran Achim Kleinlein - Tenor Cappella Sagittariana Dresden
 Friederike Otto, Dietrich Hakelberg – Zink
 Sebastian Krause, Ercole Nisini, Frank van Nooy – Posaune Clemens Schlemmer - Dulcian Margret Baumgartl, Karina Bellmann – Violine
 Benjamin Dreßler, Renate Pank – Viola da gamba Ulla Hoffmann – Violone
 Petra Burmann – Theorbe
 Lynn Tabbert – Orgel Norbert Schuster - musikalische Leitung Italy – The sun-kissed land in southern Europe has always been considered the quintessence of art and culture. As in painting, sculpture, and architecture, in the history of music, too, many a decisive innovation came from Italy. In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, it was above all Venice that, as the center of music cultivation, attracted young composers from throughout the world, who wanted to perfect their artistic skills there. Thus, in 1609, Heinrich Schütz, too, traveled to the city on the lagoon for the first time, a visit that was to be decisive for his further life and compositional work. The new CD “Make a joyful noise unto the Lord” is dedicated to Italy’s formative influence during the various epochs of Schütz’s creative work: starting with a piece from the Italian Madrigals, which Schütz wrote after his studies with Giovanni Gabrieli, through the double-choir psalm concerto “Ich danke dem Herrn von ganzem Herzen” from the Psalmen Davids, the famous Gloria à 7 by Claudio Monteverdi, whom Schütz visited in 1628, to the piece “Jauchzet dem Herren alle Welt,” which provided the title of this CD, from Schütz’s Opus ultimum, the “Schwanengesang” (“Swan Song”). „This, quite simply, is a fabulous disc.“ – Early Music Review, Feb 2011 Tracklist 1 Heinrich Schütz 1585 – 1672 "Vasto mar" SWV 19 Madrigal für zwei Vokalchöre aus "Il primo libro de madrigali", Venedig 1611 2 Giovanni Gabrieli 1557 – 1612 "In Ecclesiis" - Motet a 15 vierchöriges Geistliches Konzert für Vokal- und Instrumentalstimmen mit Basso continuo aus "Symphoniae sacrae" II, Venedig 1615 3 Giovanni Gabrieli "Canzon" aus "Canzoni e Sonate per sonar con ogni sorte de instrumenti", Venedig 1615 4 Heinrich Schütz "Ich danke dem Herren von ganzem Herzen" Ps. 11 / SWV 34 doppelchöriges Psalmkonzert für Vokal- und Instrumentalstimmen mit Basso continuo aus: "Psalmen Davids", 1619 5 Michael Praetorius 1571 - 1621 "Hallelujah. Christ ist erstanden" fünfchöriges geistliches Konzert für Vokal- und Instrumentalstimmen mit Basso continuo aus "Polyhymnia Caduceatrix & Panegyrica", Wolfenbüttel 1619 6 Claudio Monteverdi 1567 – 1643 "Gloria a 7“ für sieben Vokalsolisten, zwei Violinen, Instrumente (Complementum) mit Basso continuo aus "Selva morale e spirituale", Venedig 1640 / 41 7 Heinrich Schütz "Es steh Gott auf" SWV 356 geistliches Konzert für zwei Soprane, zwei Violinen mit Basso continuo aus "Symphoniae sachrae" II, 1647 8 Carlo Pallavicino um 1630 - 1688 "Confitebor tibi Domine" Ps. 111 Psalmkonzert für Sopran, Alt, Tenor, Baß, Violinen, Violen, Fagott mit Basso continuo 9 Marco G. Peranda um 1625 - 1675 "Fasciculus myrrhae" doppelchöriges geistliches Konzert für fünf Vokalsolisten, Instrumente mit Basso continuo 10 Heinrich Schütz "Jauchzet dem Herren alle Welt" Ps. 100 / SWV 493 doppelchörige Motette für Vokal- und Instrumentalstimmen mit Basso continuo aus "Der Schwanengesang", 1671RKap 10110 | edition apollon | Total: 67:28

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