Schütz: Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6 Hans-Christoph Rademann

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Album-Release:
2017

HRA-Release:
19.06.2018

Label: Carus

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Choral

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  • Heinrich Schütz (1585 - 1672): Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6:
  • 1Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 14, Attendite, popule meus, SWV 27007:24
  • 2Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 1, Paratum cor meum, SWV 25703:46
  • 3Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 7, Anima mea liquefacta est, SWV 26304:07
  • 4Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 8, Adjuro vos, filiae Hierusalem, SWV 26403:38
  • 5Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 16, In lectulo per noctes, SWV 27205:15
  • 6Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 17, Invenerunt me custodes, SWV 27304:07
  • 7Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 9, O quam tu pulchra es, SWV 26503:34
  • 8Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 10, Veni de Libano, SWV 26603:40
  • 9Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 2, Exultavit cor meum in Domino, SWV 25804:31
  • 10Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 18, Veni, dilecte mi, SWV 27405:05
  • 11Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 11, Benedicam Dominum in omni tempore, SWV 26703:29
  • 12Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 12, Exquisivi Dominum, SWV 26803:20
  • 13Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 5, Venite ad me, SWV 26106:57
  • 14Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 13, Fili mi, Absalon, SWV 26905:32
  • 15Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 3, In te, Domine, speravi, SWV 25905:09
  • 16Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 15, Domine, labia mea aperies, SWV 27104:26
  • 17Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 6, Jubilate Deo omnis terra, SWV 26205:15
  • 18Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 4, Cantabo Domino in vita mea, SWV 26004:44
  • 19Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 19, Buccinate in neomenia tuba, SWV 27503:37
  • 20Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6: No. 20, Jubilate Deo, SWV 27602:56
  • Total Runtime01:30:32

Info for Schütz: Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6



Heinrich Schütz spent his whole life searching for that which is new in music. The Symphoniae Sacrae I, which were presented in 1629, also testify to this. Schütz composed them as a result of the impressions made upon him by his second journey to Venice. In addition to the numerous Italian stylistic traits which can be traced back to Monteverdi, the 20 concertos - all in Latin - particularly impress with their great variety of timbres: solo pieces, duets and trios for all voice type are combined with diverse string and wind instruments are are governed by the emotional and expressive world of the text. The recording impressively continues the award-winning Schütz complete recording with the Dresdner Kammerchor conducted by Hans-Christoph Radermann with the customary top-quality soloists such as Dorothee Mields, Felix Schwandtke and others.

Friederike Otto, cornet
Felix Schwandtke, bass
Matthias Müller, violone
Fernando Günther, trombone
Sebastian Krause, trombone
Julian Nagel, trombone
Masafumi Sakamoto, trombone
Andreas Arend, theorbo
Ludger Rémy, organ
Dorothee Mields, soprano
Margret Baumgartl, violin
Karina Müller, violin
Tobias Mäthger, tenor
Georg Poplutz, tenor
Julia Fritz, cornet
Anna Schall, cornet
David Erler, alto
Jennifer Harris, dulcian
Eva-Maria Horn, dulcian
Clemens Schlemmer, dulcian
Isabel Jantschek, soprano
Hans-Christoph Rademann, conductor

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