Notes & Reviews:
Hamburg was a major name on the musical map even before Telemann and C.P.E. Bach. Hieronymus Pratorius, the organist at the Jacobikirche, was certainly the most diligent and productive composer of the Hamburg Praetorius musical dynasty and the first Hamburg musician to gain international renown. On this release cpo presents a program of vocal and organ works such as they might have been performed at a Vespers Service on the Feast of St. Michael around 1620.
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A Cappella Christmas / Schnittpunktvokal
Bach: Fugues / Emerson String Quartet
Gabrieli: Psalmi Davidici / Picotti, Capella Dvcale Venetia
Pleyel: Quartets nos 7-9 "Prussian" / Pleyel Quartet Cologne
Scheidt: The Great Sacred Concertos / Musica Fiata, et al
Haec Dies: Byrd & the Tudor Revival
Complete Organ Works: Saxer, Dueben, Schieferdecker / Friedhelm Flamme, organ
Orlando di Lasso: Hymnus / Die Singphoniker
Josquin Desprez: Psalm Settings / Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Manfred Cordes
Works DetailsPraetorius, Hieronymus : Vespers for St. Michael's Day
- Conductor: Manfred Cordes
- Ensemble: Weser-Renaissance
- Notes: Warnfried Evan Lutheran Church, Osteel, Germany (09/30/1998-10/03/1998)
- Running Time: 1 min. 31 sec.
- Period Time: Renaissance