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  • CD Format
  • 2014 Utgivelsesår

Cordes, Manfred

Moritz Landgraf von Hessen

Bremen Weser-Renaissance



Moritz Landgraf von Hessen: Sacred and Secular Works:

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In dich hab ich gehoffet, Herr a 5
Kom heyliger Geist Herre Gott a 4
Caecus is est a 6
Concussam ventis a 6
Ut lanis ovium a 6
Cantate Domino a 8
Discipulis tribus a 6
Affectus cordis vitiosi a 6
Andreas simplex piscator a 5
Eia age, laetemur a 8
Zu Gott dem Herren a 4
Sey Lob, Ehr, Preiss und Herrligkeit a 4
Unser Vatter a 4
Quam bona, quam suavis a 8
Pavana della Signora Elisabetha d'Hassia a 5
Una candida cerba a 4
Benedetto sia 'l giorno a 4
Pavana Malinconia a 5
Se'l pensier che mi strugge a 4
Landtgraves Alman
Perch' al viso d'amor a 4
Fuga in a a 4
Amor et io si pien di meraviglia a 4
Courrente de Mad. la premiere Fille d'Hessen
Aventuroso si piu d'altro terreno a 4
Paduana del molto valeroso Sigr. Gasparo Widemarchero Gagliarda del Sopradetto
Lobe den Herren a 12

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Renaissance in the North Vol. 3
Landgrave Moritz von Hessen-Kassel, »Maurice the Learned« from the House of Hesse, ruled Hessen-Kassel from 1592 to 1627. He numbered among the intelligent rulers who had a broad interest in the arts and sciences and felt an inner need to acquaint themselves with a number of disciplines and
with details motivating them to put their heart and soul into artistic expression. Already at the age of fifteen Moritz impressed his professors during his studies and distinguished himself with his universal knowledge in theology, mathematics, poetry, various languages, and other subjects.
From the very beginning music was what mattered most to him, and he was instructed in this discipline by Georg Otto. In his own compositions he initially imitated Otto, Franco-Flemish composers, with whom he had become acquainted through his acquisition of musical scores, and the current modern achievements in this field originating in Italy. The art-loving landgrave also developed his taste from the works that a number of composers – above all Michael Praetorius, Heinrich Schütz, Melchior Franck, and Hans Leo Hassler – dedicated to him.
The WESER-RENAISSANCE ensemble led 
by Manfred Cordes is presenting some of his sacred and secular works on the third volume of our Renaissance in the North series.


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