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Capella De La Torre, Chorwerk Ruhr & Florian Helgath – Bodenschatze (Motetten aus dem 17. Jahrhundert) (2021) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Capella De La Torre, Chorwerk Ruhr & Florian Helgath – Bodenschatze (Motetten aus dem 17. Jahrhundert) (2021)
FLAC (tracks) 24bit/96kHz | Time – 01:12:21 minutes | 1,40 GB | Genre: Classical
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Digital Booklet, Front Cover | © Coviello Classics

The great “composer of the millennium” Johann Sebastian Bach stands like a solitary rock in the landscape of music history. There is less talk about where he came from and what influenced him stylistically. Chorwerk Ruhr embarked on a search for clues with highly interesting results: the young Johann Sebastian also listened to and studied works that were already around 100 years old. In any case, during his later years as Thomaskantor in Leipzig, he ensured that the collection of motets Florilegium selectissimarum Cantionum was purchased anew – it was used so frequently in lessons under his aegis that the music material was completely worn out. The collection by the early Baroque master and school cantor Erhard Bodenschatz, first published in 1603, illustrates the then new compositional technique of the Baroque in a clearly comprehensible way in songs mostly by German or Italian masters.

01. Gabrieli: Jubilate Deo à 8
02. Orologio: Intrada
03. Lasso: Deus in adiutorium à 6
04. Merula: Ciaconna à 6
05. Gallus: Ecce quomodo moritur à 4
06. Ingegneri: Duo seraphim à 8
07. Gabrieli: Exsultate justi à 8
08. Hartmann: Ist nicht Ephraim dein Teurer
09. Kerll: Intrada Battaglia
10. Praetorius: Tulerunt Dominum meum à 8
11. Praetorius: Fuit homo missus a Deus à 5
12. Lasso: Tristis est anima mea à 5
13. Praetorius: Gloria tibi à 7
14. Gallus: Jerusalem gaude
15. Stefanini: Christus resurgens
16. Gallus: Media vita in morte sumus
17. Hassler: Pater noster
18. Biancardi: Ave gratia plena à 6
19. Hessen: Hosianna filio David à 8
20. Pacelli: Cantate Domino à 8


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