• CPO5555032 Katalognummer
  • 761203550326 EAN
  • 2022 Utgivelsesår

Artist
Weser-Renaissance Bremen | Cordes, Manfred

Dirigent
Cordes, Manfred

Komponist
Praetorius, Michael | Schütz, Heinrich

Ensemble
Weser-Renaissance Bremen

Sjanger
Vokal

Plateselskap
CPO

Verk

Music from Wolfenbüttel Castle VI:
Michael Praetorius (1571-1621) and Heinrich Schütz (1585-1672)
Sacred Works in Parallel Settings:

Michael Praetorius:
Ach mein Herre, straf mich doch nicht (Ps. 6);
Das ist mir lieb (Ps. 116);
Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir (Ps. 130);
Nun lob mein Seel den Herren;
Verleih uns Frieden gnädiglich;

Heinrich Schütz:
Ach Herr, straf mich nicht in deinem Zorn (Ps. 6);
Das ist mir lieb (Ps. 116);
Aus der Tiefe ruf ich, Herr, zu dir (Ps. 130);
Nun lob mein Seel den Herren;
Verleih uns Frieden gnädiglich

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Produktbeskrivelse

Two heroes of music history

In our series "Music from Wolfenbüttel Castle," the sixth concert in the series featured and recorded parallel settings of sacred works by Michael Praetorius and Heinrich Schütz. One does not immediately think of counting the great Dresden composer Heinrich Schütz among the kapellmeisters at the Wolfenbüttel court, and yet he was officially engaged there as "Capellmeister von Haus aus" from 1655 until at least 1666. Michael Praetorius, however, had long since died around this time. By juxtaposing compositions with identical texts (so-called parallel settings) by Praetorius and Schütz, this CD makes it possible to compare the styles of these two "heroes of music history". This is particularly appealing inasmuch as the stylistic upheaval at the beginning of the 17th century, which originated in Italy, falls into the creative period of both composers, and it is revealing to observe in what way the new developments influenced the oeuvre of both masters. At the same time, the works of both composers with identical texts are not exactly numerous, which is related to the fact that Praetorius turned to the arrangement of Protestant church hymns to a particularly strong degree, a genre that either interested Schütz little, or that his position at the Dresden court did not offer any occasion to serve.

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