• SU41742 Katalognummer
  • 099925417420 EAN
  • 1CD Format
  • 2014 Utgivelsesĺr

Artist
Collegium Marianum | Semerádová, Jana

Dirigent
Semerádová, Jana

Medvirkende
Blazikova, Hana (soprano) | Cukrova, Marketa (alto) | Kral, Tomas (baritone)

Komponist
Sehling, Josef Antonín | Fux, Johann Joseph

Ensemble
Collegium Marianum

Sjanger
Vokal

Plateselskap
Supraphon

Verk

Josef Antonín Sehling

1.         Rorate Primo     01:38
2.         Aria per Adventu Domini "Donner und Hagel"     06:46
3.         Rorate Secondo     01:31

Motetto per la Nativita di Nostro Signore "Deponite metum"
4.         Chorus "Deponite metum"     02:40
5.         Recitativo "In Betlehem", Aria "Qui sidera movet"     02:33
6.         Chorus "Alleluja"     01:58

7.         Duetto "Vis ingens est favori"     06:31
8.         Motetto per la Nativita di Nostro Signore "Dormi nate, mi mellite"     07:48

Johann Joseph Fux
Sonata pastorale a tre, KV 397
9.         Adagio     00:54
10.         Un poco allegro     02:08

Josef Antonín Sehling
11.         Pastorella "Eja, laeti properemus"     05:11
12.         Pastorella "Eja, surgite pastores"     06:46
13.         Pastorella "Non sic cervus ad fluentem"     05:39
14.         Aria per ogni festivita "Vos stellae preclarae"     05:52
15.         Pastorella "Dormi, tenellule"     05:58

Offertorium de Sanctis Tribus Regis "Ecce magi veniunt"
16.         "Ecce magi veniunt"     02:46
17.         Recitativo "Venite adoremus", Arioso "Ego Casparus"     03:05
18.         Chorus "Psallite Deo nostro"     01:33

Velg antall  

Produktbeskrivelse

Precious few countries can boast of a Christmas repertoire as ample and colourful as that possessed by the Czech Republic. The Baroque era imbued the texts of songs with enchanting, tender poetics - with awestruck yet perplexed shepherds enthusing about the beautiful infant Jesus. Later on, a growing number of formally more complex pieces (pastorales) were written, most of them taking the form of arias or duets with instrumental accompaniment. A notable composer in this respect was Josef Antonín Sehling. Although still anchored in the Baroque world, he paved the way for the accession of a new musical style. He studied in Vienna and subsequently worked in Prague as a member of Count Václav Morzin's renowned orchestra and as second violin at Saint Vitus Cathedral, although standing in as Kapellmeister over the long term (an interesting parallel can be drawn with Zelenka, the "counter-bassist" at the court orchestra in Dresden). Sehling was Kapellmeister of several Prague churches, including the Church of Our Lady under the Chain, where the present world premiere recording was made. The album features pieces intended for the period from Advent to Epiphany. Sehling's music contains the magic of Michna's songs yet concurrently opens upon a world familiar from Ryba's Christmas Mass...

Josef Antonín Sehling - Christmas music from the churches of Baroque Prague

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