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Bremen Weser-Renaissance|Hammerschmidt: Sacred Vocal Works

Hammerschmidt: Sacred Vocal Works

Andreas Hammerschmidt

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Herr unser Herscher (Andreas Hammerschmidt)

1
Herr unser Herscher
00:05:35

Bremen Weser-Renaissance, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor

2006 CPO 2006 CPO

Anima mea liquefacta est (Andreas Hammerschmidt)

2
Anima mea liquefacta est
00:03:34

Bremen Weser-Renaissance, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor

2006 CPO 2006 CPO

Ein jegliches hat seine Zeit (Andreas Hammerschmidt)

3
Ein jegliches hat seine Zeit
00:04:59

Bremen Weser-Renaissance, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor

2006 CPO 2006 CPO

O Domine, quia ego servus tuus sum (Andreas Hammerschmidt)

4
O Domine, quia ego servus tuus sum
00:03:22

Bremen Weser-Renaissance, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor

2006 CPO 2006 CPO

Herr, ich habe lieb die Statte deines Hauses (Andreas Hammerschmidt)

5
Herr, ich habe lieb die Statte Deines Hauses
00:04:25

Bremen Weser-Renaissance, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor

2006 CPO 2006 CPO

Christ lag in Todesbanden (Andreas Hammerschmidt)

6
Christ lag in Todesbanden
00:07:12

Bremen Weser-Renaissance, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor

2006 CPO 2006 CPO

Nun danket alle Gott (Andreas Hammerschmidt)

7
Nun danket alle Gott
00:04:23

Bremen Weser-Renaissance, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor

2006 CPO 2006 CPO

Wenn der Herr die Gefangen (Andreas Hammerschmidt)

8
Wenn der Herr die Gefangen
00:04:22

Bremen Weser-Renaissance, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor

2006 CPO 2006 CPO

Paratum cor meum (Andreas Hammerschmidt)

9
Paratum cor meum
00:03:11

Bremen Weser-Renaissance, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor

2006 CPO 2006 CPO

Da pacem Domine (Andreas Hammerschmidt)

10
Da pacem Domine
00:03:36

Bremen Weser-Renaissance, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor

2006 CPO 2006 CPO

Nun lob mein Seel den Herren (Andreas Hammerschmidt)

11
Nun lob mein Seel den Herren
00:04:52

Bremen Weser-Renaissance, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor

2006 CPO 2006 CPO

De profundis clamavi (Andreas Hammerschmidt)

12
De profundis clamavi
00:04:03

Bremen Weser-Renaissance, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor

2006 CPO 2006 CPO

Inter brachia Salvatoris mei (Andreas Hammerschmidt)

13
Inter brachia Salvatoris mei
00:03:46

Bremen Weser-Renaissance, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor

2006 CPO 2006 CPO

Herzlich lieb hab ich Dich (Andreas Hammerschmidt)

14
Herzlich lieb hab ich Dich
00:05:38

Bremen Weser-Renaissance, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor

2006 CPO 2006 CPO

Gelobet Seist Du Jesu Christ (Andreas Hammerschmidt)

15
Gelobet seist du Jesu Christ
00:04:11

Bremen Weser-Renaissance, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor

2006 CPO 2006 CPO

Vom Himmel Hoch (Andreas Hammerschmidt)

16
Vom Himmel hoch
00:07:43

Bremen Weser-Renaissance, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor

2006 CPO 2006 CPO

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