Arno Paduch, Johann Rosenmuller Ensemble Verleih uns Frieden

Verleih uns Frieden

Arno Paduch, Johann Rosenmuller Ensemble

Includes: 1 Digital booklet

Released on May 18, 2018 by Christophorus

Main artist: Johann Rosenmuller Ensemble

Genre: Classical

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Album : 1 disk - 13 tracks Total length : 01:15:56

    Syncharma musicum, SWV 49 (Heinrich Schütz)
  1. 1 Syncharma musicum, SWV 49

    Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Johann Rosenmuller Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist - Arno Paduch, Conductor Copyright : (C) 2018 Christophorus (P) 2018 Christophorus

  2. Votiva aeolica acclamatio dem, "Machet die Tore weit" (Nikolaus Weisbeck)
  3. 2 Votiva aeolica acclamatio dem, "Machet die Tore weit"

    Johann Rosenmuller Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist - Arno Paduch, Conductor - Nikolaus Weisbeck, Composer Copyright : (C) 2018 Christophorus (P) 2018 Christophorus

  4. Te Deum (Jan Sixt Z Lerchenfelsu)
  5. 3 laudamus

    Johann Rosenmuller Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist - Arno Paduch, Conductor - Jan Sixt z Lerchenfelsu, Composer Copyright : (C) 2018 Christophorus (P) 2018 Christophorus

  6. Da Pacem
  7. 4 Domine

    Johann Rosenmuller Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist - Arno Paduch, Conductor - Jan Sixt z Lerchenfelsu, Composer Copyright : (C) 2018 Christophorus (P) 2018 Christophorus

  8. Qui confidunt in Domino (Krystof Harant)
  9. 5 Qui confidunt in Domino

    Johann Rosenmuller Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist - Arno Paduch, Conductor - Kryštof Harant, Composer Copyright : (C) 2018 Christophorus (P) 2018 Christophorus

  10. Actus gratulatoris, "Venite exultemus" (Paul Schaeffer)
  11. 6 Actus gratulatoris, "Venite exultemus"

    Johann Rosenmuller Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist - Arno Paduch, Conductor - Paul Schaeffer, Composer Copyright : (C) 2018 Christophorus (P) 2018 Christophorus

  12. Da pacem, Domine, SWV 465 (Heinrich Schütz)
  13. 7 Da pacem, Domine, SWV 465

    Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Johann Rosenmuller Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist - Arno Paduch, Conductor Copyright : (C) 2018 Christophorus (P) 2018 Christophorus

  14. Victoria Sveco-Saxonica, "Fortes heroes pugnabant" (Marcus Dietrich Brandisius)
  15. 8 Victoria Sveco-Saxonica, "Fortes heroes pugnabant"

    Johann Rosenmuller Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist - Arno Paduch, Conductor - Marcus Dietrich Brandisius, Composer Copyright : (C) 2018 Christophorus (P) 2018 Christophorus

  16. Pugna triumphalis (Andreas Duben)
  17. 9 , "Bonum certamen certavi"

    Johann Rosenmuller Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist - Andreas Duben, Composer - Arno Paduch, Conductor Copyright : (C) 2018 Christophorus (P) 2018 Christophorus

  18. Teutoniam dudum belli, SWV 338 (Heinrich Schütz)
  19. 10 Teutoniam dudum belli, SWV 338

    Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Johann Rosenmuller Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist - Arno Paduch, Conductor Copyright : (C) 2018 Christophorus (P) 2018 Christophorus

  20. Krieges-Angst-Seufftzer (Johann Hildebrand)
  21. 11 Ach Gott! Wir haben‘s nicht gewusst, was Krieg für eine Plage ist

    Johann Rosenmuller Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist - Arno Paduch, Conductor - Johann Hildebrand, Composer Copyright : (C) 2018 Christophorus (P) 2018 Christophorus

  22. Wie liegt die Stadt so wuste (How doth the city sit solitary) (Matthias Weckmann)
  23. 12 Wie liegt die Stadt so wuste (How doth the city sit solitary)

    Matthias Weckmann, Composer - Johann Rosenmuller Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist - Arno Paduch, Conductor Copyright : (C) 2018 Christophorus (P) 2018 Christophorus

  24. Geistliche Chormusik, Op. 11 (Heinrich Schütz)
  25. 13 , SWV 369-397: No. 4. Verleih uns Frieden genadiglich, SWV 372 - No. 5. Gib unsern Fursten und aller Obrigkeit Fried und gut Regiment, SWV 373

    Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Johann Rosenmuller Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist - Arno Paduch, Conductor Copyright : (C) 2018 Christophorus (P) 2018 Christophorus

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"Verleih uns Frieden", in Latin "Dona nobis pacem": this was surely the inspiration for musicians in the terrible years of the Thirty Years' War which ravaged Central Europe between 1618 and 1648, leaving whole countries devastated and depopulated for decades. Between Protestants and Catholics, mercenaries paid from sacking and looting, and many parties' constant switching of sides, it is impossible to boil this war down to a fight between two camps. The luckless civilian populations had to take refuge in the remnants of religious and human security, praying that the next band of mercenaries wouldn't gut them in the morning; under these conditions, music could only turn towards divine mercy. Ach Gott! Wir haben’s nicht gewusst, was Krieg für eine Plage ist ("Oh God! We knew not what a plague war is!") by Hildebrand, Wie liegt die Stadt so wüste ("What a ruin the city is") by Weckmann, Teutoniam dudum belli atra pericla molestant ("Dark dangers of war have long imperilled Germany") by Schütz say a lot about people's preoccupations at the time, whether they were Catholics, Lutherans or Protestants of other denominations; and about their terrors in the face of the inescapable situation created in part by the Peace of Augsburg in 1555 with the famous formula Cuius regio, eius religio, or "Whose realm" – i.e. to each ruler, big or small – "his religion", which could only inflame the already-aroused passions of the period. The Johann Rosenmüller ensemble are happy to translate the ardent prayers of the populations of Central Europe which would eventually fall by 60%. © SM/Qobuz

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