Soloists - Ensemble Diderot - Johannes Pramsohler German Cantatas with Solo Violin

German Cantatas with Solo Violin

Soloists - Ensemble Diderot - Johannes Pramsohler

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Released on April 20, 2018 by Audax

Main artist: Johannes Pramsohler

Genre: Classical > Sacred Vocal Music > Cantatas (sacred)

Distinctions: 5 de Diapason (September 2018)

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Album : 1 disk - 9 tracks Total length : 01:24:02

    Nisi Dominus (Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber)
  1. 1 Nisi Dominus, Cantata for bass, violin & basso continuo

    Nahuel Di Pierro, Bass - Ensemble Diderot - Johannes Pramsohler, Violin & Conductor - Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber, Composer Copyright : © 2018 Audax Records - ℗ 2018 Audax Records

  2. Wie bist du denn, o Gott, in Zorn auf mich entbrannt (Johann Christoph Bach)
  3. 2 Wie bist du denn, o Gott, in Zorn auf mich entbrannt, Lamento for bass, violin, violas I&II & basso continuo

    Nahuel Di Pierro, Bass - Ensemble Diderot - Johannes Pramsohler, Violin & Conductor - Johann Christoph Bach, Composer Copyright : © 2018 Audax Records - ℗ 2018 Audax Records

  4. Christ ist erstanden (Johann Pachelbel)
  5. 3 Christ ist erstanden, Cantata for soprano, violino piccolo & basso continuo, PWV 1204

    Andrea Hill, Mezzo-Soprano - Ensemble Diderot - Johannes Pramsohler, Violin & Conductor - Johann Pachelbel, Composer Copyright : © 2018 Audax Records - ℗ 2018 Audax Records

  6. Mein Hertz ist bereit (Nicolaus Brühns)
  7. 4 Mein Hertz ist bereit, Concerto for bass, violin & basso continuo

    Nahuel Di Pierro, Bass - Ensemble Diderot - Johannes Pramsohler, Violin & Conductor - Nicolaus Brühns, Composer Copyright : © 2018 Audax Records - ℗ 2018 Audax Records

  8. Ich will in aller Not (Daniel Eberlin)
  9. 5 Ich will in aller Not, Cantata for tenor, violin & basso continuo (World premiere recording)

    Jorge Navarro Colorado, Tenor - Ensemble Diderot - Johannes Pramsohler, Violin & Conductor - Daniel Eberlin, Composer Copyright : © 2018 Audax Records - ℗ 2018 Audax Records

  10. Mein Fleisch ist die rechte Speise (Johann Pachelbel)
  11. 6 Mein Fleisch ist die rechte Speise, Cantata for soprano, violino piccolo & basso continuo, PWV 1222

    Andrea Hill, Mezzo-Soprano - Ensemble Diderot - Johannes Pramsohler, Violin & Conductor - Johann Pachelbel, Composer Copyright : © 2018 Audax Records - ℗ 2018 Audax Records

  12. Ach Herr, wie ist meiner Feinde so viel
  13. 7 Ach Herr, wie ist meiner Feinde so viel, Cantata for bass, violin & basso continuo, PWV 1203

    Nahuel Di Pierro, Bass - Ensemble Diderot - Johannes Pramsohler, Violin & Conductor - Johann Pachelbel, Composer Copyright : © 2018 Audax Records - ℗ 2018 Audax Records

  14. Ach dass ich Wassers gnug hätte (Johann Christoph Bach)
  15. 8 Ach dass ich Wassers gnug hätte, Lamento for contralto, violin, violas I,II & basso continuo

    Andrea Hill, Mezzo-Soprano - Ensemble Diderot - Johannes Pramsohler, Violin & Conductor - Johann Christoph Bach, Composer Copyright : © 2018 Audax Records - ℗ 2018 Audax Records

  16. Laetatus sum (Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber)
  17. 9 Laetatus sum, Lamento for two basses, violin, violas I,II,III & basso continuo

    Nahuel Di Pierro, Bass - Christopher Purves, Bass - Ensemble Diderot - Johannes Pramsohler, Violin & Conductor - Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber, Composer Copyright : © 2018 Audax Records - ℗ 2018 Audax Records

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Continuing their research into the vast hinterland of German cantatas from the early baroque period, Johannes Pramsohler and the musicians of his excellent Diderot Ensemble here dive into the austere and strange music of Biber, but also the less-well-known works of Johann Christoph Bach, great uncle of Johann Sebastian and musicians like Pachelbel, Bruhns and Eberlin. Johannes Pramsohler brings a particular fire and mystical sensuality to this new album (heavenly and earthly delights never being so far apart), and intense celestial flights to his violin playing. A range of international singers have left behind opera and dived with staggering ease into a completely different repertoire. The architects of this success, the supply and airy voice of the Canadian mezzo Andrea Hill, the perfectly gloomy timbre of Spanish tenor Jorge Navarro Colorado and the dark colours of the Argentine bass Nahuel di Pierro, sound the depths of this music driven by a great piety. © François Hudry/Qobuz



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Recording: March 2017, Refectory, Abbaye Royale de Fontevraud (France)

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