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Magdalene Harer|Schütz: Dafne (Reconstr. R. Wilson)

Schütz: Dafne (Reconstr. R. Wilson)

Roland Wilson, Musica Fiata, Tobias Hunger, Marie Luise Werneburg

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Dafne by Heinrich Schütz: a phoenix rises from the ashes.

The first and presumably only performance of the opera Dafne took place in Torgau on April 13, 1627, as part of the festivities celebrating the marriage of the Saxon Duchess Sophie Eleonore and the Hessian Landgrave Georg II. Although the libretto by Martin Opitz appeared in print, virtually nothing of the music has survived. At first glance, the reconstruction of an opera whose music has not survived appears to be a daring undertaking. In fact, however, there are many clues to the structure of the work, so that it was possible to produce something that, although not identical to the original, is very close to it.

In all, there are a dozen mostly secular works by Schütz in the present reconstruction by conductor Roland Wilson, making up about half of the entire opera. Says Wilson himself, "you'll hear some glorious pieces by Schütz and his contemporaries that you probably never would have listened to otherwise". © CPO

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Schütz: Dafne (Reconstr. R. Wilson)

Magdalene Harer

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Dafne (Reconstr. R. Wilson) (Heinrich Schütz)

1
Intrada
Musica Fiata
00:03:17

Roland Wilson, Conductor, Arranger, MainArtist - Musica Fiata, Orchestra, MainArtist - Heinrich Schütz, Composer

(C) 2022 CPO (P) 2022 CPO

2
Ihr sterblichs Volck d' ich nit sterblich bin
Georg Poplutz
00:06:16

Roland Wilson, Conductor, Arranger, MainArtist - Musica Fiata, Orchestra, MainArtist - Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Martin Opitz, Lyricist - Georg Poplutz, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2022 CPO (P) 2022 CPO

3
Hinter diesem Schatten hier
Tobias Hunger
00:15:36

Roland Wilson, Conductor, Arranger, MainArtist - Musica Fiata, Orchestra, MainArtist - La Capella Ducale, Choir, MainArtist - Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Martin Opitz, Lyricist - Georg Poplutz, Artist, MainArtist - Tobias Hunger, Artist, MainArtist - David Erler, Artist, MainArtist - Joachim Hochbauer, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2022 CPO (P) 2022 CPO

4
Was suchet jhr
Magdalene Harer
00:12:38

Roland Wilson, Conductor, Arranger, MainArtist - Musica Fiata, Orchestra, MainArtist - La Capella Ducale, Choir, MainArtist - Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Martin Opitz, Lyricist - Tobias Hunger, Artist, MainArtist - Magdalene Harer, Artist, MainArtist - Magdalena Podkoscielna, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2022 CPO (P) 2022 CPO

5
Es ist die Spur deß Hirschen ja für mir
Marie Luise Werneburg
00:13:44

Roland Wilson, Conductor, Arranger, MainArtist - Musica Fiata, Orchestra, MainArtist - La Capella Ducale, Choir, MainArtist - Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Martin Opitz, Lyricist - Tobias Hunger, Artist, MainArtist - Marie Luise Werneburg, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2022 CPO (P) 2022 CPO

6
Was gilt' s ich habe dir den stoltze Muth gebrochen
Magdalene Harer
00:06:16

Roland Wilson, Conductor, Arranger, MainArtist - Musica Fiata, Orchestra, MainArtist - La Capella Ducale, Choir, MainArtist - Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Martin Opitz, Lyricist - Magdalene Harer, Artist, MainArtist - Magdalena Podkoscielna, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2022 CPO (P) 2022 CPO

7
Bleib, Nymfe, bleib, ich bin dein Feind ja nicht
Marie Luise Werneburg
00:17:58

Roland Wilson, Conductor, Arranger, MainArtist - Musica Fiata, Orchestra, MainArtist - La Capella Ducale, Choir, MainArtist - Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Martin Opitz, Lyricist - Tobias Hunger, Artist, MainArtist - Marie Luise Werneburg, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2022 CPO (P) 2022 CPO

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Dafne by Heinrich Schütz: a phoenix rises from the ashes.

The first and presumably only performance of the opera Dafne took place in Torgau on April 13, 1627, as part of the festivities celebrating the marriage of the Saxon Duchess Sophie Eleonore and the Hessian Landgrave Georg II. Although the libretto by Martin Opitz appeared in print, virtually nothing of the music has survived. At first glance, the reconstruction of an opera whose music has not survived appears to be a daring undertaking. In fact, however, there are many clues to the structure of the work, so that it was possible to produce something that, although not identical to the original, is very close to it.

In all, there are a dozen mostly secular works by Schütz in the present reconstruction by conductor Roland Wilson, making up about half of the entire opera. Says Wilson himself, "you'll hear some glorious pieces by Schütz and his contemporaries that you probably never would have listened to otherwise". © CPO

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