• CPO5550732 Katalognummer
  • 761203507320 EAN
  • CD Format
  • 2018 Utgivelsesår

Gärtner, Bernhard

Gärtner, Bernhard

Wagner, Julia Sophie | Chudak, Andrea | Grönegreß, Regina | Odinius, Lothar | Horn, Matthias

Fesca, Friedrich Ernst | Danzi, Franz

Bachchor Karlsruhe | Camerata 2000



Friedrich Ernst Fesca (1789-1826)
„Der 103. Psalm“ op. 26; “Der 9. Psalm“ op. 21
Franz Danzi (1763-1826)
Ouvertüre zum Trauerspiel „Viola“;
„Der 128. Psalm“ op. 65;
„Preis Gottes“-Kantate

Julia Sophie Wagner; Andrea Chudak; Regina Grönegreß;
Lothar Odinius; Matthias Horn;
Bachchor Karlsruhe; Camerata 2000;
Bernhard Gärtner

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On 8 June 1807 the cornerstone of a new Lutheran Town Church was laid in
Karlsruhe, and in 1816 a festive dedication celebrated its completion.
During the concert held in 2016 on the occasion of the town church’s two
hundredth anniversary, the Karlsruhe Bach Choir performed Psalm
compositions by Franz Danzi, who from 1812 until his death served as the
court music director of the Baden Court Orchestra in Karlsruhe, and by
Friedrich Ernst Fesca, who was among the members of the Karlsruhe Court
Orchestra during the Danzi era. Danzi’s »Preis Gottes« cantata continues to
breathe the spirit of the eighteenth century and of Mozart, for example, in
the highly virtuosic arias for soprano and tenor, while the choruses
suggest the oratorios of Handel and Haydn. By contrast, his short Psalm 128
op. 65 for mixed choir and smaller orchestra is painted in delicate
romantic colors. It was published in Leipzig in 1823 with the Latin text
and the German translation of the psalm by Moses Mendelssohn, which Louis
Spohr, a friend of Danzi’s, also used in his Three Psalms op. 85 for double
choir (1832). Fesca proves to be a master of the transition from classicism
to romanticism – and very much the equal of his boss Danzi, with whom he
apparently was on good terms. He knew how to craft brilliant and richly
varied instrumentations, had a firm command of formal matters, and supplied
rhythmic and harmonic surprises.


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Fesca, Friedrich Ernst: Psalms 103 & 9 / Danzi, Franz: Preis Gottes -Kantate / etc <span>-</span> Gärtner, Bernhard Fesca, Friedrich Ernst: Psalms 103 & 9 / Danzi, Franz: Preis Gottes -Kantate / etc Gärtner, Bernhard

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