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Manfred Cordes, Weser-Renaissance Bremen

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The central work on this disc of sacred vocal music by Heinrich Schütz is the Historia der Auferstehung Jesu Christi (History of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ); several small vocal concertos from various phases of Schütz's career are also included. The musical "history" in Lutheran Germany was a soloistic but nondramatic rendering of a Bible story, often an episode from the life of Jesus. It was a key predecessor of the oratorio, and in Schütz's hands here it was a chance to experiment with adapting new Italian operatic styles to the requirements of German sacred music. The Historia is an early work of Schütz and something of a mixed bag. Some of the parts are sung by soloists, others by pairs or groups of singers, and the orchestra is varied, like that of an Italian intermedio -- it includes violins, gambas, chitarrone, harp, and an organ continuo. The work has neither the grandeur of Schütz's big motets nor the intimacy of his sacred concertos or the radically concise Passion settings of his old age. Yet it is recognizably a product of its composer and his Dürer-like merging of German monumentality and Italian color. This isn't a first Schütz disc for anybody, but for those interested in the era, it's a worthwhile choice: recordings of the Historia are rare, and the fine north German group Weser-Renaissance is well-versed in music of this period.
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Surrexit pastor bonus, SWV 469 (Heinrich Schütz)

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Surrexit pastor bonus, SWV 469
Bremen Weser-Renaissance
00:04:21

Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Manfred Cordes, Conductor - Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2005 CPO (P) 2005 CPO

Historia der Auferstehung Jesu Christi, Op. 3, SWV 50 (Heinrich Schütz)

2
Die Auferstehung unsers Herren Jesu Christi (Chorus)
Bremen Weser-Renaissance
00:01:04

Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - Manfred Cordes, Conductor - Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2005 CPO (P) 2005 CPO

3
Da der Sabbath vergangen war (Evangelist, 3 Women of Marys)
Bremen Weser-Renaissance
00:09:02

Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - Manfred Cordes, Conductor - Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2005 CPO (P) 2005 CPO

4
Maria aber stund fur dem Grabe (Jesus, 2 Angels, Evangelist, Mary Magdalene)
Bremen Weser-Renaissance
00:06:23

Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - Manfred Cordes, Conductor - Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2005 CPO (P) 2005 CPO

5
Die Weiber aber gingen hinein in das Grab (Evangelist, Young Man in the Sepulchre)
Bremen Weser-Renaissance
00:02:31

Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - Manfred Cordes, Conductor - Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2005 CPO (P) 2005 CPO

6
Und da sie gine seinen Jungen zu verkundigen (Evangelist, Jesus)
Bremen Weser-Renaissance
00:01:29

Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - Manfred Cordes, Conductor - Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2005 CPO (P) 2005 CPO

7
Da sie aber hingingen, siehe (Evangelist, Chief Priest)
Bremen Weser-Renaissance
00:01:58

Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - Manfred Cordes, Conductor - Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2005 CPO (P) 2005 CPO

8
Und siehe, Zweene aus ihnen gingen an demselbigen (Evangelist, Jesus, Cleopas and his Companion, Chorus)
Bremen Weser-Renaissance
00:10:14

Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - Manfred Cordes, Conductor - Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2005 CPO (P) 2005 CPO

9
Es war aber am Abend desselbigen Sabbaths (Evangelist, Jesus)
Bremen Weser-Renaissance
00:06:18

Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - Manfred Cordes, Conductor - Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2005 CPO (P) 2005 CPO

10
Und abermal sprach er zu ihnen (Evangelist, Jesus)
Bremen Weser-Renaissance
00:01:50

Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - Manfred Cordes, Conductor - Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2005 CPO (P) 2005 CPO

11
Gott sei Dank, der uns den Sieg gegeben hat durch (Chorus)
Bremen Weser-Renaissance
00:01:37

Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - Manfred Cordes, Conductor - Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2005 CPO (P) 2005 CPO

Kleine geistliche Konzerte II, Op. 9 (Heinrich Schütz)

12
Kleine geistliche Konzerte, Part II, Op. 9, SWV 306-337: Ich bin die Auferstehung, SWV 324
Hans-Jörg Mammel
00:03:46

Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Hans Jörg Mammel, Artist, MainArtist - Wolf Matthias Friedrich, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor - Andreas Hirtreiter, Artist - Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Ensemble

(C) 2005 CPO (P) 2005 CPO

Weib, was weinest du, SWV 443 (Heinrich Schütz)

13
Weib, was weinest du, SWV 443
Andreas Hirtreiter
00:04:25

Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Manfred Cordes, Conductor - Ulrike Hofbauer, Ensemble - Andreas Hirtreiter, Artist, MainArtist - Michael Schaffrath, Ensemble - Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Ensemble - Almut Teichert-Hailperin, Ensemble

(C) 2005 CPO (P) 2005 CPO

Symphoniae sacrae III, Op. 12, RISM S2295 (Heinrich Schütz)

14
Symphoniarum sacrarum III, Op. 12, SWV 398-419: No. 7. Feget den alten Sauerteig aus, SWV 404
Hans-Jörg Mammel
00:05:12

Heinrich Schütz, Composer - Hans Jörg Mammel, Artist, MainArtist - Knut Schoch, Artist - Wolf Matthias Friedrich, Ensemble - Manfred Cordes, Conductor - Ulrike Hofbauer, Artist - Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Ensemble

(C) 2005 CPO (P) 2005 CPO

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The central work on this disc of sacred vocal music by Heinrich Schütz is the Historia der Auferstehung Jesu Christi (History of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ); several small vocal concertos from various phases of Schütz's career are also included. The musical "history" in Lutheran Germany was a soloistic but nondramatic rendering of a Bible story, often an episode from the life of Jesus. It was a key predecessor of the oratorio, and in Schütz's hands here it was a chance to experiment with adapting new Italian operatic styles to the requirements of German sacred music. The Historia is an early work of Schütz and something of a mixed bag. Some of the parts are sung by soloists, others by pairs or groups of singers, and the orchestra is varied, like that of an Italian intermedio -- it includes violins, gambas, chitarrone, harp, and an organ continuo. The work has neither the grandeur of Schütz's big motets nor the intimacy of his sacred concertos or the radically concise Passion settings of his old age. Yet it is recognizably a product of its composer and his Dürer-like merging of German monumentality and Italian color. This isn't a first Schütz disc for anybody, but for those interested in the era, it's a worthwhile choice: recordings of the Historia are rare, and the fine north German group Weser-Renaissance is well-versed in music of this period.
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