Monday, 30 March 2015

Zelenka: Gesù al Calvario - Paul Dombrecht




Jan Dismas ZELENKA (1679-1745)

Gesù al Calvario (ZWV 62)
componimento sacro

María-Cristina Kiehr, soprano (Maria Vergine)
Greta De Reyghere, soprano (Maria Maddalena)
Pascal Bertin, alto (San Giovanni)
Steve Dugardin, alto (Maria Cleofe)
Andrew Watts, alto (Gesù)

Choeur de Chambre de Namur
Il Fondamento

DIR.: PAUL DOMBRECHT

recorded: April 2, 2004, Ghent, Bijloke

period instruments
mp3 - variable bitrate: 193-202 kbps
source: Klara (B) - digital radio
recorded with harddisc recorder


(01) Introduzione [03'21"]
(02) Rec: O figlie di Sionne [01'25"]
(03) Coro: Misera Madre [05'47"]
(04) Rec: Fiero dolor [01'46"]
(05) Aria: Se in te fosse (San Giovanni) [09'15"]
(06) Rec: Madre! Figlio! [02'02"]
(07) Aria: Ah! se tu costi (Maria Vergine) [08'39"]
(08) Rec: Tanto amor che ti giova [03'52"]
(09) Aria: A che riserbano i cieli (San Giovanni) [07'01"]
(10) Rec: Ed io, Signor [00'58"]
(11) Aria: Si la morte (Maria Cleofe) [09'22"]
(12) Rec acc: Smanie di dolci affetti [00'51"]
(13) Aria: S'una sol lagrima (Gesù) [10'57"]
(14) Coro di Giudei: Si crocifigga il Nazareno [03'12"]
(15) Rec: Spasimi del cor mio [03'11"]
(16) Aria: Se ingrato e ribelle (Maria Maddalena) [07'36"]
(17) Rec: Alzate pur il gran trofeo [04'04"]
(18) Duetto: Santo amor, che tanto peni (Maria Maddalena, Maria Cleofe) [08'04"]
(19) Rec: Vinto da tanto amor [05'18"]
(20) Aria: Che fiero martire (Maria Vergine) [08'08"]
(21) Rec acc: Ma di tragica scena [02'05"]
(22) Coro: Questo è il monte salutare [02'13"]


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Il Fondamento


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Sunday, 22 March 2015

Keiser: Der blutige und sterbende Jesus - Bernhard Klapprott






Reinhard KEISER (1674-1739)

Der blutige und sterbende Jesus
Passion oratorio in 2 parts (1705)

Margaret Hunter, soprano (Tochter Zion)
Gudrun Sidonie Otto, soprano (Maria)
Alexandra Rawohl, contralto  (Tochter Zion)
Mirko Heimerl, tenor (Judas)
Mirko Ludwig, tenor (Petrus)
Ingolf Seidel, baritone (Jesus)

Cantus Thuringa
Capella Thuringia

DIR.: BERNHARD KLAPPROTT


recorded: Oct 2, 2010, St. Petri-Kirche, Wandersleben (Thuringa, D)

period instruments
mp3 - variable bitrate: 224-227 kbps
source: Deutschlandfunk (Cologne)

included: short introduction by Christine Blanken (in German) (pdf)

Keiser composed this Passion oratorio in Hamburg in 1705, on a libretto by Christian Friedrich Hunold. The work was considered to be lost; only the libretto had survived. In 2006 the musicologist Dr. Christine Blanken from the Bach Archive in Leipzig indentified the oratorio. In 2010 the oratorio received its first performance in modern times in the home town of Hunold, to celebrate his 330th birthday.

Thanks to the original uploader.


(01) Part 1a [16'11"]

(02) Part 1b [18'26"]

(03) Part 2a [18'56"]

(04) Part 2b [22'16"]

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Sunday, 15 March 2015

Georg Gebel Jr: St John Passion - Netherlands Bach Society





Georg GEBEL Jr (1709-1753)

St John Passion

Der leidende, sterbende und begrabene Jesus

Martina Rüping, soprano
Tim Mead, alto
Marcel Beekman, tenor (Evangelist)
Benjamin Hulett, tenor
Kevin Skelton, tenor
Peter Harvey, bass (Pilatus)
Jochen Kupfer, bass (Jesus)

Netherlands Bach Society

DIR.: JOS VAN VELDHOVEN


recorded: Nov 17, 2007, Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

period instruments
flac - original bitrate: 256 kbps
source: Radio 4 (NL) (digital)
recorded with harddisc recorder


(01) Pars 1 [17'41"]

(02) Pars 2 [09'11"]

(03) Pars 3 [14'18"]

(04) Pars 4 [23'27"]

(05) Pars 5 [20'08"]

(06) Pars 6 [23'35"]


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Monday, 9 March 2015

Carlo Gesualdo: Tenebrae Responsories & Cantiones Sacrae - Vox Luminis






Carlo GESUALDO da Venosa
(1566-1613)

Tenebrae Responsories & Cantiones Sacrae

Vox Luminis

DIR.: LIONEL MEUNIER

recorded: Jan 11, 2014, Concertgebouw, Bruges

lossless (flac)
source: Klara (B) (digital)
recorded with harddisc recorder March 11, 2014
 
   Responsoria et alia ad Officium Hebdomadae Sanctae spectantia, 1611

[Sabbato Sancto]

(01) Sicut ovis [03'24"]
(02) Jerusalem, surge [03'14"]
(03) Plange quasi virgo [05'14"]
(04) Recessit pastor noster [04'08"]
(05) O vos omnes [03'24"]
(06) Ecce quomodo moritur justus [05'32"]
(07) Astiterunt reges terrae [02'41"]
(08) Aestimatus sum [03'43"]
(09) Sepulto Domino [06'26"]



Sacrarum cantionum liber primus, 1603

(10) Ave dulcissima Maria [03'55"]
(11) Precibus et meritis beatae Mariae [02'38"]
(12) Ave Regina coelorum [03'05"]
(13) Maria mater gratiae [03'12"]
(14) O vos omnes [02'37"]
(15) Hei mihi, Domine [03'06"]
(16) Deus refugium et virtus [03'03"]
(17) Tribulationem et dolorem [03'36"]
(18) Illumina faciem tuam [03'25"]
(19) O crux benedicta [03'37"]

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Monday, 2 March 2015

Planctus Mariae - Sequentia






Planctus Mariae

Sequentia

 Barbara Thornton, voice
Laurie Monahan, voice
Guillemette Laurens, voice
Benjamin Bagby, voice
Edmund Brownless, voice
Eric Mentzel, voice
Richard Corbeil, voice
Stephen Grant, voice
Margriet Tindemans, fiddle
Sarah Cunningham, fiddle
 

recorded: Sept 6, 1986, Pieterskerk, Utrecht
[Holland Festival Early Music Utrecht 1986]

mp3 - bitrate: 256 kbps
source: webcast NPO Radio 4 (NL)


(01) Procession [13'40"]

anon (Jacopo da Todi?): Stabat mater dolorosa
anon (c1200): Virgini Mariae laudes
anon (c1220/30): Flete fideles animae
[Carmina Burana]


(02) Planctus Mariae [32'34"]

anon: Planctus Mariae
[ms Cividale CI]
anon (14th C): Stabat iuxta Christi crucem
[Codex Las Huelgas]


(03) Visitatio sepulchri [25'41"]

anon (14th C): Visitatio sepulchri (I)
[ms Cividale CI]
PHILIPPE LE CHANCELIER (c1160/80-1236):
Si vis vera frui luce


(04) Maria Magdalena/Christ [08'34"]

anon (14th C): Visitatio sepulchri (II)
[ms Braunschweig Ar. VII B 203]
anon (c1200): Quis tibi Christe meritas


(05) St Peter/St John [03'28"]

anon (14th C): Visitatio sepulchri (III)
[ms Braunschweig Ar. VII B 203]


(06) Final [19'23"]

anon (c1200): Sedit angelus/Crucifixum in carne
plainchant: Te Deum laudamus

N.B. The vocal items are interspersed by instrumental music which is not specified in the programme. It is probably improvised on the basis of medieval models.


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