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Alice Foccroulle & Beatrice Mayo-Felip - Johann Hermann Schein: Ich will schweigen (2015)

21-09-2015, 11:45
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Alice Foccroulle & Beatrice Mayo-Felip - Johann Hermann Schein: Ich will schweigen (2015)

Artist: Alice Foccroulle & Beatrice Mayo-Felip
Title Of Album: Johann Hermann Schein: Ich will schweigen
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Ramée
Genre: Classical
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 62:33 min
Total Size: 143 / 268 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


[1] Johann Hermann Schein (1586-1630): Canzon »Corollarium«
[2] Johann Hermann Schein: Ich will schweigen
[3] Johann Krieger (1652-1735): Fantasia in D minor
[4] Johann Hermann Schein: Exaudiat te Dominus
[5] Johann Hermann Schein: Suite VII
[6] Heinrich Bach (1615-1692): Erbarm dich mein, o Herre Gott
[7] Johann Hermann Schein: Erbarm dich mein, o Herre Gott
[8] Gottfried Reiche (1667-1734): Fuga XII à 4
[9] Johann Hermann Schein: Herr Christ, der einig Gottes Sohn
[10] Johann Schelle (1648-1701): Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland
[11] Gottfried Reiche: Sonatina à 4
[12] Johann Hermann Schein: Mach dich auf, werde Licht
[13] Johann Hermann Schein: Paduana à 4
[14] Heinrich Scheidemann (1595-1663): In dich hab ich gehoffet, Herr
[15] Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Fuga sopra Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt, BWV705

When Johann Hermann Schein became Kantor at the church of Saint Thomas in Leipzig in 1616, he had, on the one hand, to satisfy the liturgical demands of his Lutheran parish and, on the other, compose music that was truly contemporary, sensible to the new style coming out of Italy. Schein exploited the new possibilities brought by the basso continuo, demonstrated his mastery of musical rhetoric and wrote extremely ambitious music of great expressive force.
The instrumentation calls for instruments such as the cornet, trombone and dulcian, Schein drawing his musicians from the forces of the Stadtpfeiffer and Ratsmusiker, guilds of instrumentalists attached to the City of Leipzig since the 15th century. For this musical portrait of Schein, one of the greatest German composers of the 17th century and one of J. S. Bachs most talented predecessors, InAlto presents an itinerary to the sources of the German cantata and testimony to the extraordinary tradition of city musicians perpetuated over the centuries. In addition to Scheins music, this heritage is represented here by Johann Schelle, Gottfried Reiche and J. S. Bach.

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