• CPO5554492 Katalognummer
  • 761203544929 EAN
  • 1CD Format
  • 2022 Utgivelsesår

Ensemble Polyharmonique

Harrer, Magdalene (soprano) | Chung, Joowon (soprano) | Schneider, Alexander (alto & primus inter pares) | Gaubitz, Johannes (tenor) | Richter, Sören (tenore) | Lutze, Matthias (basso) | Laake, Juliane (violone in G) | Eichhorn, Klaus (organo di legno & Ehrlichorgel, 1786)

Briegel, Wolfgang Carl

Ensemble Polyharmonique




Wolfgang Carl Briegel (1626–1712)
Zwölff Madrigalische Trost - Gesänge & Fugen durch die 8 Kirchentöne    

Wer Gott vertraut –
Ach Herr lehre Doch mich –
Valet will ich dir geben –
Ach wie gar nichts –
Fuga primi toni –
Fuga secundi toni –
Du aber Daniel –
Fuga terzi toni –
Fuga quarti toni –
Ich habe Dich ein klein Augenblick verlassen –
Fuga quinti toni –
Si bona suscepimu –        
Fuga sexti toni –
Der Gerechte –
Fuga septimi toni –
Fuga octavi toni –
Wir sind getrost –
Ach lieben Christen seid getrost –
Es ist ein Elend –
Wahrlich ich sage Euch

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»End, good; everything, good.« Wolfgang Carl Briegel placed these very consoling words at the center of the dedication that he formulated in 1671 for his Zwölff madrigalische Trost-Gesänge for five or six voices together with basso continuo. After Briegel had served without interruption over two decades at Gotha’s ducal court, he resigned from his post as court music director and solemnly bade farewell to his employer, the local lord Ernst I, Duke of Saxe-Gotha, with the publication of these twelve songs of lament. Born in Königsberg, Upper Franconia, Briegel received his initial instruction in music from Johann Andreas Herbst. Through this teacher and through Johann Erasmus Kindermann, he made indirect contact with the latest Italian styles of composition and performance. His Trost-Gesänge in very large part involve the setting of Biblical verses in the form of so-called Spruch-Motetten, in which each phrase of the sacred text is given its own musical delineation. On the whole, the collection exhibits numerous original settings of Biblical and poetic material. Some organ fugues by Briegel have been included in the work series – one in each of the eight church modes. They are very short works, but the themes are richly varied and lend expression to the special characteristics and qualities of the various modes. The interpretation by the Polyharmonique Ensemble makes this rediscovery an absolute listening delight!


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