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De Vitae Fugacitate

Roberto Gini, Concerto delle Viole, Claudio Cavina

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Originally recorded in an Italian villa in 1992, this release covered German solo vocal music ranging over much of the 17th century, most of it with the melancholy tone suggested by the album's title. Its release by Spain's Glossa label in 2009 was likely due to the fact that it includes music that even by then remained unfamiliar. The biggest attraction is the sextet of songs, and songs are what they are, by Adam Krieger, the founder of the Leipzig Collegium Musicum inherited by Bach decades later. Some are secular, some sacred, and they sound very little like Schütz, Schein, or the comparable Italian works of the period; they're free in shape, rather light-hearted, and apparently written for the entertainment of aristocratic amateurs. The rest of the program isn't especially cohesive, with diversions into Schütz and into the various uses of the viola da gamba, and countertenor Claudio Cavina has since gained serious competition in these repertories. The sound is hollow and murky, but despite all this, the Krieger pieces are gems that deserve a place in collections of music of the 17th century.
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Der Liebe Macht herrscht Tag und Nacht (Adam Krieger)

1
Der Liebe Macht herrscht Tag und Nacht
00:03:16

Adam Krieger, Composer - Roberto Gini, Conductor - Claudio Cavina, Artist, MainArtist - Concerto delle Viole, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Ihr bleibet nicht Bestand verpflicht (Adam Krieger)

2
Ihr bleibet nicht Bestand verpflicht
00:03:36

Adam Krieger, Composer - Roberto Gini, Conductor - Claudio Cavina, Artist, MainArtist - Concerto delle Viole, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Der Unbestand ist ihr verwandt (Adam Krieger)

3
Der Unbestand ist ihr verwandt
00:02:20

Adam Krieger, Composer - Roberto Gini, Conductor - Claudio Cavina, Artist, MainArtist - Concerto delle Viole, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Christ, unser Herr, zum Jordan kam (Johann Hermann Schein)

4
Christ, unser Herr, zum Jordan kam
00:04:15

Johann Hermann Schein, Composer - Roberto Gini, Conductor - Roberto Balconi, Artist - Claudio Cavina, Artist, MainArtist - Concerto delle Viole, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Symphoniae sacrae I, Op. 6 (Excerpts) (Heinrich Schütz)

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No. 16, In lectulo per noctes, SWV 272
00:04:31

Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Roberto Gini, Conductor - Roberto Balconi, Artist - Claudio Cavina, Artist, MainArtist - Concerto delle Viole, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

6
No. 17, Invenerunt me custodes civitatis, SWV 273
00:04:42

Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Roberto Gini, Conductor - Roberto Balconi, Artist - Claudio Cavina, Artist, MainArtist - Concerto delle Viole, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

La affettuosa (Johann Erasmus Kindermann)

7
La affettuosa
00:06:39

Roberto Gini, Conductor - Claudio Cavina, Artist, MainArtist - Johann Erasmus Kindermann, Composer - Concerto delle Viole, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Jubilate Domino, omnis terra, BuxWV64 (Dieterich Buxtehude)

8
Jubilate Domino, omnis terra, BuxWV64
00:07:59

Dieterich Buxtehude, Composer - Roberto Gini, Conductor - Claudio Cavina, Artist, MainArtist - Concerto delle Viole, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Muss der Tod denn auch entbinden, BuxWV 76b (Dieterich Buxtehude)

9
Muss der Tod denn auch entbinden, BuxWV 76b
00:08:16

Dieterich Buxtehude, Composer - Roberto Gini, Conductor - Claudio Cavina, Artist, MainArtist - Concerto delle Viole, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Es war aber an der Stätte, da er gekreuzigt ward - O Traurigkeit, o Herzeleid (Christian Geist)

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Es war aber an der Stätte, da er gekreuzigt ward - O Traurigkeit, o Herzeleid
00:13:55

Roberto Gini, Conductor - Claudio Cavina, Artist, MainArtist - Christian Geist, Composer - Concerto delle Viole, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Verliebt sein macht große Pein (Adam Krieger)

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Verliebt sein macht große Pein
00:02:36

Adam Krieger, Composer - Roberto Gini, Conductor - Claudio Cavina, Artist, MainArtist - Concerto delle Viole, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Der hat gesiegt, den Gott vergnügt (Adam Krieger)

12
Der hat gesiegt, den Gott vergnügt
00:03:52

Adam Krieger, Composer - Roberto Gini, Conductor - Claudio Cavina, Artist, MainArtist - Concerto delle Viole, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Adonis' Tod bringt mich in Not (Adam Krieger)

13
Adonis' Tod bringt mich in Not
00:05:12

Adam Krieger, Composer - Roberto Gini, Conductor - Claudio Cavina, Artist, MainArtist - Concerto delle Viole, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Album Description

Originally recorded in an Italian villa in 1992, this release covered German solo vocal music ranging over much of the 17th century, most of it with the melancholy tone suggested by the album's title. Its release by Spain's Glossa label in 2009 was likely due to the fact that it includes music that even by then remained unfamiliar. The biggest attraction is the sextet of songs, and songs are what they are, by Adam Krieger, the founder of the Leipzig Collegium Musicum inherited by Bach decades later. Some are secular, some sacred, and they sound very little like Schütz, Schein, or the comparable Italian works of the period; they're free in shape, rather light-hearted, and apparently written for the entertainment of aristocratic amateurs. The rest of the program isn't especially cohesive, with diversions into Schütz and into the various uses of the viola da gamba, and countertenor Claudio Cavina has since gained serious competition in these repertories. The sound is hollow and murky, but despite all this, the Krieger pieces are gems that deserve a place in collections of music of the 17th century.
© TiVo

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