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Paulin Bündgen - Clematis

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Most of the works presented here by the Clematis Ensemble and countertenor Paulin Bündgen come from the rich Düben collection held by the Uppsala University. In the 17th century, Gustaf Düben was kapellmeister at the Swedish court; he had mostly gathered manuscript scores of compositions from numerous German, French, Italian and Baltic authors. It is one of the largest sources of Lutherian repertoire of the 17th century, particularly as it contains numerous in unicum scores. Among the composers featured in this piece, some were Schütz’ successors or disciples, but it’s worth mentioning that the German composers of that time – particularly Schein, Franz Tunder (who was Buxtehude’s master) and Johann Fischer – were considerably influenced by Italian baroque. You’ll notice the presence of two Bachs on this album: Johann Michael (1648-1694) and Johann Christoph (1642-1703), two second-degree cousins of Johann Sebastian. Johann Christoph Bach’s Lamento − whom his cousin described as a “deep composer” – is without a doubt one of the best-known compositions of the sacred German repertoire of the time. Like in the entire repertoire, the role of strings remains essential. This sacred piece relies on the text’s numerous descriptive effects, like a “painting in musical form”: the sharpest terms (crying, sighing, sinking…) are underlined by similar vocal and instrumental effects. This Lamento is without a doubt the perfect example of the aria à da capo form that Johann Sebastian Bach so frequently used in his sacred works. This vocal music programme is accompanied by a few instrumental pieces that can be assimilated to church music. © SM/Qobuz

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Sinfonia Vater unser (Johann Hermann Schein)

1
Sinfonia Vater unser
Clematis
00:00:54

Clematis - Johann Hermann Schein, Composer

2017 OUTHERE 2017 OUTHERE

Vater unser im Himmelreich (Samuel Eccard)

2
Vater unser im Himmelreich
Clematis
00:01:32

Clematis - Samuel Eccard, Composer

2017 OUTHERE 2017 OUTHERE

Herr, wenn ich nur dich habe (David Pohle)

3
Herr, wenn ich nur dich habe
Clematis
00:10:05

Paulin Bündgen, Countertenor - Clematis - David Pohle, Composer - Anonyme, Lyricist

2017 OUTHERE 2017 OUTHERE

Salve mi Jesu (Franz Tunder)

4
Salve mi Jesu
Clematis
00:06:12

Paulin Bündgen, Countertenor - Clematis - Franz Tunder, Composer - Anonyme, Lyricist

2017 OUTHERE 2017 OUTHERE

Sonata Hertzlich thut mich verlangen (Johann Fischer)

5
Sonata Hertzlich thut mich verlangen
Clematis
00:06:43

Clematis - Johann Fischer, Composer

2017 OUTHERE 2017 OUTHERE

Weil Jesu in meinem Sinn (Johann Wolfgang Franck)

6
Weil Jesu in meinem Sinn
Clematis
00:15:54

Paulin Bündgen, Countertenor - Clematis - Johann Wolfgang Franck, Composer - Anonyme, Lyricist

2017 OUTHERE 2017 OUTHERE

Sonata à 6 (Anonyme)

7
Sonata a 6
Clematis
00:04:14

Clematis - Anonymous, Composer

2017 OUTHERE 2017 OUTHERE

Ach daß ich Wassers g'nug hätte (Johann Christoph Bach)

8
Ach daß ich Wassers g'nug hätte
Clematis
00:07:19

Paulin Bündgen, Countertenor - Clematis - Johann Christoph Bach, Composer - Anonyme, Lyricist

2017 OUTHERE 2017 OUTHERE

Vater unser im Himmelreich (Georg Böhm)

9
Vater unser im Himmelreich
Clematis
00:05:07

Clematis - Georg Böhm, Composer

2017 OUTHERE 2017 OUTHERE

Was betrübst du dich meine Seele (Johann Theile)

10
Was betrübst du dich meine Seele
Clematis
00:04:49

Paulin Bündgen, Countertenor - Clematis - Johann Theile, Composer - Anonyme, Lyricist

2017 OUTHERE 2017 OUTHERE

Auf, laßt uns den Herren loben (Johann Michael Bach)

11
Auf, laßt uns den Herren loben
Clematis
00:05:54

Paulin Bündgen, Countertenor - Clematis - Johann Michael Bach, Composer - Anonyme, Lyricist

2017 OUTHERE 2017 OUTHERE

Cum Maria diluculo (Johann Rudolph Ahle)

12
Cum Maria diluculo
Clematis
00:03:53

Paulin Bündgen, Countertenor - Clematis - Johann Rudolph Ahle, Composer - Anonyme, Lyricist

2017 OUTHERE 2017 OUTHERE

Sinfonia da pacem Domine a 7 (Franz Tunder)

13
Sinfonia da pacem Domine a 7
Clematis
00:02:08

Clematis - Franz Tunder, Composer

2017 OUTHERE 2017 OUTHERE

Grabgesang (Heinrich Schwemmer)

14
Grabgesang
Clematis
00:04:48

Paulin Bündgen, Countertenor - Clematis - Heinrich Schwemmer, Composer - Anonyme, Lyricist

2017 OUTHERE 2017 OUTHERE

Album Description

Most of the works presented here by the Clematis Ensemble and countertenor Paulin Bündgen come from the rich Düben collection held by the Uppsala University. In the 17th century, Gustaf Düben was kapellmeister at the Swedish court; he had mostly gathered manuscript scores of compositions from numerous German, French, Italian and Baltic authors. It is one of the largest sources of Lutherian repertoire of the 17th century, particularly as it contains numerous in unicum scores. Among the composers featured in this piece, some were Schütz’ successors or disciples, but it’s worth mentioning that the German composers of that time – particularly Schein, Franz Tunder (who was Buxtehude’s master) and Johann Fischer – were considerably influenced by Italian baroque. You’ll notice the presence of two Bachs on this album: Johann Michael (1648-1694) and Johann Christoph (1642-1703), two second-degree cousins of Johann Sebastian. Johann Christoph Bach’s Lamento − whom his cousin described as a “deep composer” – is without a doubt one of the best-known compositions of the sacred German repertoire of the time. Like in the entire repertoire, the role of strings remains essential. This sacred piece relies on the text’s numerous descriptive effects, like a “painting in musical form”: the sharpest terms (crying, sighing, sinking…) are underlined by similar vocal and instrumental effects. This Lamento is without a doubt the perfect example of the aria à da capo form that Johann Sebastian Bach so frequently used in his sacred works. This vocal music programme is accompanied by a few instrumental pieces that can be assimilated to church music. © SM/Qobuz

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