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Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra|Rolle: Ach, dass du den Himmel zerrissest

Rolle: Ach, dass du den Himmel zerrissest

Gundula Anders, Michaelstein Chamber Choir, Ludger Rémy, Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra

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Rolle: Ach, dass du den Himmel zerrissest

Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra

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Ach, daß du den Himmel zerrissest (Johann Heinrich Rolle)

1
I. Sinfonia. Allegro
Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra
00:03:53

Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

2
II. Ach! ach! dass du den Himmel zerrissest
Dorothee Mields
00:03:52

Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Dorothee Mields, Artist, MainArtist - Michaelstein Chamber Choir, Choir - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

3
III. Sei getrost, sei getrost
Dirk Schmidt
00:04:28

Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Dirk Schmidt, Artist, MainArtist - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

4
IV. Jetzt ist die Zeit erfüllt
Dirk Schmidt
00:02:07

Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Dirk Schmidt, Artist, MainArtist - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

5
V. Ach, sei uns willkommen, du göttlicher Segen
Gundula Anders
00:03:51

Gundula Anders, Artist, MainArtist - Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Britta Schwarz, Artist - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

6
VI. Des Herren Engel steigt hernieder
Britta Schwarz
00:05:29

Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Britta Schwarz, Artist, MainArtist - Michaelstein Chamber Choir, Choir - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

7
VII. Werdet voll Freuden, umschränket das Leiden
Wilfried Jochens
00:05:16

Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Wilfried Jochens, Artist, MainArtist - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

8
VIII. Man wickelte das Kind in Windeln ein
Wilfried Jochens
00:01:58

Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Wilfried Jochens, Artist, MainArtist - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

9
IX. Ehre sei Gott in der Höhe
Michaelstein Chamber Choir
00:06:42

Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Michaelstein Chamber Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

10
X. O Töchter Zion, freue dich
Britta Schwarz
00:05:05

Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Britta Schwarz, Artist, MainArtist - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

11
XI. Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ
Michaelstein Chamber Choir
00:05:18

Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Michaelstein Chamber Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

12
XII. Jauchzet, ihr Himmel, freue dich, Erde
Michaelstein Chamber Choir
00:02:06

Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Michaelstein Chamber Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

13
XIII. Der Tag des Heils ist angebrochen
Gundula Anders
00:06:59

Gundula Anders, Artist, MainArtist - Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Dorothee Mields, Artist - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

14
XIV. Mein Nazarener, du bist die Freude meiner Seelen
Gundula Anders
00:08:32

Gundula Anders, Artist, MainArtist - Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

15
XV. Ich nahe mich zu dir, mein Licht
Gundula Anders
00:05:08

Gundula Anders, Artist, MainArtist - Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Britta Schwarz, Artist - Dirk Schmidt, Artist - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

16
XVI. Nun hab ich, was ich wünschen kann
Gundula Anders
00:06:46

Gundula Anders, Artist, MainArtist - Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Britta Schwarz, Artist - Dirk Schmidt, Artist - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

17
XVII. Mein Augenmerk, und mein Vergnügen
Gundula Anders
00:02:20

Gundula Anders, Artist, MainArtist - Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Britta Schwarz, Artist - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

18
XVIII. Der Sohn des Vaters, Gott von Art
Michaelstein Chamber Choir
00:01:10

Ludger Rémy, Conductor - Michaelstein Chamber Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Johann Heinrich Rolle, Composer - Michaelstein Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2006 CPO (P) 2006 CPO

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