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Georg Philipp Telemann - CPE Bach
Veni sancte spiritus - Festive Cantatas
Veronika Winter, Margot Oitzinger, Georg Poplutz, Markus Flaig
Rheinische Kantorei, Das Kleine Konzert, Hermann Max
cpo, 17.10.2016



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Gi­a­co­mo Mey­er­beer (1791-1864)
Geist­li­che Musik
Rhei­ni­sche Kan­to­rei, Her­mann Max
CPO
, DDD, 2012
Be­stell­num­mer: 3860264
19.9.2016

Gott­fried Au­gust Ho­mi­li­us (1714-1785)
Mo­tet­ten
Rhei­ni­sche Kan­to­rei - Her­mann Max
Mu­sik­pro­duk­ti­on Da­bring­haus Grimm
CD: MDG 602 0145-2



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Vor mehr als 30 Jah­ren be­reits hat Her­mann Max mit der Rhei­ni­schen Kan­to­rei ei­ni­ge Mo­tet­ten des da­mals na­he­zu voll­kom­men ver­ges­se­nen Gott­fried Au­gust Ho­mi­li­us für MDG auf­ge­nom­men. Dass er mit die­ser Pio­nier­tat am An­fang einer re­gel­rech­ten Re­nais­sance des Bach­schü­lers Ho­mi­li­us stand, konn­te nie­mand ahnen. Der ex­cel­len­te Klang des Cho­res war zudem genau jener Klang, der als vor­bild­lich für die Wie­der­ga­be Alter Musik galt - und noch gilt.  Die nur auf Vinyl ver­öf­fent­lich­te Pro­duk­ti­on war lange ver­grif­fen. Umso will­kom­me­ner ist jetzt die sorg­fäl­tig auf­be­rei­te­te CD-Neu­auf­la­ge die­ses schon his­to­ri­schen Schat­zes aus dem MDG-Ar­chiv.
 

Lud­wig Meinar­dus
Lu­ther in Worms
Ora­to­ri­um für Soli, Chor und gro­ßes Or­che­ter
Matt­hi­as View­eg, Ca­ta­lina Ber­tuc­ci, Cle­mens Lö­sch­mann, Corby Welch, An­net­te Gut­jahr,

Rhei­ni­sche Kan­to­rei, Con­cer­to Köln, Her­mann Max
Label: CPO, DDD, 2013
Er­schei­nungs­ter­min: 22.6.2015
 

 

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Ales­san­dro Me­la­ni (1639-1703)
Vespers
Ve­ro­ni­ka Win­ter, Maria Skiba, Magda­le­ne Harer, Elisa Ra­ba­nus, Be­tha­ny Sey­mour, Franz Vitzt­hum, Ed­zard Burchards, Hans Jörg Mam­mel, Immo Schrö­der, Mar­kus Flaig, Matt­hi­as View­eg
Rhei­ni­sche Kan­to­rei, Das Klei­ne Kon­zert
Her­mann Max
Date of appearance: September 16th 2014

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Challenging Vespers Music

Although Alessandro Melani’s significance as a composer of operas and sacred oratorios before Alessandro Scarlatti was recognized quite early, his numerous sacred compositions have remained largely unknown. The present selection aims at conveying an impression of the high rank of these works. Little is known about Melani’s life. Born into a family of musicians in Pistoia in 1639, he is documented as the chapel master at the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore at the very latest in 1667. In 1672 he moved on to San Luigi dei Francesi, where he worked until his death. As we see, church music was his domain, and yet he also regularly wrote great operas that made him famous (cf. the cpo release of his mini-opera Europa: 4481639). All the Vespers compositions by Alessandro Melani for one or two choirs, vocal soloists, and basso continuo brought together here have a festive character and were probably performed at one of Rome’s finely endowed churches, possibly in Santa Maria Maggiore or San Luigi dei Francesi during his tenure as chapel master. Soloists of the Rheinische Kantorei interpret the Vespers of the Blessed Virgin and its many challenging solo parts with their hallmark excellence together with the Kleines Konzert under Hermann Max.

 

Georg Philipp Tele­mann
Or­a­to­rio  for the Gold­en Wed­ding Mutzen­bech­er Herr Gott, dich loben wir
and Ser­e­na­ta O er­hab­nes Glück der Ehe

Hanna Mor­ri­son, Mar­got Oitzinger, Markus Schäfer, Immo Schröder, Matthias Vieweg, Chris­tos Pelekanos
Das Kleine Konz­ert, Her­mann Max

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  • Label: CPO, DDD, 2012
  • Order num­ber: 3506399
  • Date of ap­pear­ance: 20.8.2013

    Telemann’s Magnificent Wedding Music
    Matthias Mutzenbecher was born in Kiel in 1653 and began his training as a merchant in Hamburg in 1669. He established his own business in 1678 and soon became a renowned member of the Hamburg populace: senator, colonel in the civic regiment, and even a magistrate. He was an important man and a patron of the city’s music director Georg Philipp Telemann. Only the best would suffice for the festive music on the occasion of the golden wedding anniversary of this highly esteemed and influential man in 1732. Since the life expectancy then was only about forty years, a golden wedding anniversary was a rare event. The festive day began with a sacred oratorio, and while it was being performed, the senator proceeded to the altar with his »dearest wedded wife« for the anniversary blessing. »The entire highly noble council was in attendance in their state regalia.« The ensuing festive banquet was held at the home of the couple’s eldest son. Here the serenata, the secular part of the wedding anniversary music, was performed. As the printed text states, it featured a »contention of the worldly blessings of the state of marriage heard to a table composition.« If the oratorio may be said to convey a venerable sound picture with its trumpets and timpani, then the serenata unfolds its mirthful animation with a highly varied instrumentation. With this recording cpo adds yet another gem to its Telemann discovery trove.
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Jo­hann Se­bas­ti­an Bach
Mo­tet­s BWV 225-230
Rhei­ni­sche Kan­to­rei - Con­tin­uo Das Kleine Konz­ert - Her­mann Max



Pub­li­ca­tion date: 22. Juli 2013
cpo
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Johann Sebastian Bach’s motets are unrivaled masterpieces of choral song. Our knowledge of their date and occasion of composition is imprecise, but all of them are based on texts occupying themselves with the most important things in life. Joy and grief had a greater impact on the people from the time of these motets than we can imagine today, and no composer of the eighteenth century matched Bach when it came to conveying in music the experience of sorrow and yearning for peace and happiness – all with realistic insights into the human psyche. Hermann Max and the Rheinische Kantorei set out on new paths toward the interpretation of Bach’s motet cosmos. The present CD also includes the Motets BWV Anh. 159 because Bach scholarship has come to regard these works, long ascribed to Johann Christian Bach, as compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach: they clearly bear his musical signature.
 

Fer­di­nand Ries (1784-1838)
Der Sieg des Glau­bens, op.157
An Oratorio’s Modern Premiere
Chis­tia­ne Libor, Wieb­ke Lehm­kuhl, Mar­kus Schä­fer, Mar­kus Flaig,
Rhei­ni­sche Kan­to­rei, Das Klei­ne Kon­zert, Her­mann Max

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cpo - Super Audio CD Ton­for­mat: ste­reo/mul­tichan­nel (Hy­brid
Be­stell­num­mer: 4916782
Publication date: 22.3.2013

Beethoven’s gifted pupil Ferdinand Ries was never entirely forgotten, but it is only in recent years that cpo and Hermann Max have dedicated themselves with great success to the rediscovery of this spirited late classicist and romanticist. His oratorio Der Sieg des Glaubens (The Triumph of Faith), heard here for the first time since 1829, celebrates the triumph of »believers of gentle heart.« Ries wrote this work in response to a commission for a composition for the Lower Rhine Music Festival in Aachen in 1829. Johann Baptist Rousseau (1807-67), a man of letters esteemed in the Rhineland (not to be confused with the similarly named French poet Jean-Baptiste Rousseau), managed entirely without a continuous plot in this work and instead developed a philosophical discourse dealing with the power of faith and the grace of God. The cast of characters may be said to have been depersonalized. They are essentially different only because of their membership in the large group of believers or the small group of unbelievers. Ries brings out this aspect in his setting with many impressive choral and ensemble numbers and repeatedly divides the Chorus of Believers into a female choir and a male choir. The arias rely less on virtuosity than on an intensive interpretation of the text following the verbal inflection. Something similar also applies to the choral numbers, which are often spiced with an highly effective, harmonically attractive orchestral part. The Aachen premiere was an overwhelming success for Ferdinand Ries, who shortly thereafter wrote »with very great joy« to his brother Joseph in London: »My oratorio was received in such a way that the whole hall trembled – it is the greatest and most highly effective work that I have written, but I could not have imagined the reception in this way; everybody was absolutely wild and true jubilation reigned everywhere.«

 

Georg Phil­ipp Te­le­mann (1681-1767)
Gott Ze­baoth
Kan­ta­ten von den 18. Mag­d­e­bur­ger Te­le­mann-Ta­gen

Weine nicht - Sie ver­ach­ten das Ge­setz des Herrn Ze­baoth - Gott Ze­baoth, in dei­nem Namen
Ve­ro­ni­ka Win­ter, Su­san­ne Norin, Jan Kobow, Ek­ke­hard Abele
Rhei­ni­sche Kan­to­rei - Das Klei­ne Kon­zert - Her­mann Max
cpo 777 261-2 (Juli 2012)

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Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)
Lukas Passion 1748
cpo 3478271-2 (März 2011)

  • Veronika Winter, Anne Bierwirth, Julian Podger, Clemens Heidrich, Matthias Vieweg,
    Rheinische Kantorei, Das Kleine Konzert, Hermann Max
     
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Georg Phil­ipp Te­le­mann (1681-1767)
Ka­pi­täns­mu­sik 1738
Ora­to­ri­o and Se­re­na­ta
jpc 777 386-2 (December 2010)

Ve­ro­ni­ka Win­ter, Cor­ne­lia Sa­mu­e­lis, Jan Kobow, Immo Schrö­der, Ek­ke­hart Abele, Gre­gor Finke
Rhei­ni­sche Kan­to­rei, Das Klei­ne Kon­zert
Her­mann Max

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Live-Recording
Fes­ti­val Alte Musik Knecht­ste­den 2010
Bach, Men­dels­sohn, Schu­mann, Brahms, Fran­ke
Motets a cap­pel­la and Re­qui­em für Mi­gnon
Stefania Neonato (Hammerflügel) - Rhei­ni­sche Kan­to­rei - Her­mann Max
(De­cember 2010)


 

Christoph Graupner (1683-1760)
Frohlocke, werte Christenheit
Christmas Cantatas
cpo 6737116 (September 2010)

Veronika Winter, Franz Vitzthum, Jan Kobow, Markus Flaig
Das Kleine Konzert
Hermann Max

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Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750)
Weihnachtsoratorium BWV 248

Veronika Winter, Wiebke Lehmkuhl, Jan Kobow, Markus Flaig
cpo 777 459-2

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Max Bruch (1838 – 1920)
Arminius
Oratorium op. 43

Hans Christoph Begemann, Michael Smallwood, Ursula Eittinger
Rheinische Kantorei, Göttinger Symphonie Orchester
Ltg.: Hermann Max
cpo 777 453-2

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Carl Heinrich Graun (1703 – 1759)
Große Passion „Kommt her und schaut“
(Graun WV B: VII: 5)

Veronika Winter, Hilke Andersen, Markus Schäfer, Ekkehard Abele
cpo 777 452-2

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Georg Friedrich Händel (1685 – 1759)
Israel in Ägypten (Fassung von Mendelssohn 1833)

Monika Frimmer, Veronika Winter, Heike Grötzinger, Hans Jörg Mammel, Ekkehard Abele, Gregor Finke
cpo 777 222-2

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Alessandro Melani (1639 – 1703)
L'Europa & Geistliche Werke

Veronika Winter, Cornelia Samuelis, Kai Wessel, Benoît Haller, Ekkehard Abele
cpo 448 16 39

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Andreas Romberg (1767 – 1821)
Der Messias (1802)
Oratorium nach Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock

Veronika Winter, Markus Schäfer, Ekkehard Abele, Bernhard Scheffel, Immo Schröder
cpo 777 328-2

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Ferdinand Ries
Die Könige in Israel
Oratorium in zwei Teilen

Nele Gramß, Gerhild Romberger, Ewa Wolak, Markus Schäfer, Harry van der Kamp, Marek Rzepka, Kai Florian Bischoff
cpo 777 221-2, 2007

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C.P.E. Bach, Johann Christoph Altnickol, Georg Benda
Geistliche Kantaten

Schlick, Helling, Meens, van der Kamp
Capriccio 67192, 1988/2007

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Georg Philipp Telemann
„Drei sind, die da zeugen im Himmel“
Kantaten

Winter, Norin, Kobow, Abele
cpo 777 195-2, 2007

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Johann Sebastian Bach/arr. Robert Schumann
Johannes-Passion

Winter, Scholl, Romberger, Kobow, Abele, Heidrich
cpo 777 091-2, 2007

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Johann Nepomuk Hummel
Oratorium „Der Durchzug durchs Rote Meer“

Kermes, Winter, Mammel, Abele, Friedrich
cpo 777 220-2, 2006

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Georg Friedrich Händel
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Oratorium „Der Messias“ (KV 572)

Frimmer, Georg, Prégardien, Schreckenberger
EMI Classics 51198-2, 1992/2006

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Johann Ludwig Bach
Kantaten „Mache dich auf, werde licht“

Schlick, Nichols, Jochens, Varcoe
Carus 83.186, 1981/2006

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Georg Friedrich Händel
Solokantaten

Veronika Winter/Das Kleine Konzert
Capriccio 71083, 2006

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Johann Gottlieb Naumann
Oratorium „Betulia liberata“

Gramß, Haller, Schäfer, Mammel, van der Kamp
cpo 777 063-2, 2006

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Christoph Bernhard
Geistliche Harmonien

Winter, Gramß, Voss, Kaiser, Abele
cpo 777 046-2, 2005

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Johann Ludwig Bach
Missa brevis/Kantaten

Zadori, Wessel, Jochens, Schreckenberger
Capriccio 67131, 1993/94, 2005

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Joseph Eybler
Oratorium „Die vier letzten Dinge“

Scholl, Schäfer, Kooij
cpo 777 024-2, 2005

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Franz Tunder
Geistliche Konzerte

Rheinische Kantorei/Das Kleine Konzert
cpo 999 943-2, 2004

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Leopold Anton Kozeluch
Oratorium „Moisè in Egitto“

Kermes, Perillo, Schäfer, Sol
cpo 999 948-2, 2003

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Heinrich Schütz
Lukas-Passion
Kleine Geistliche Konzerte
Die sieben Worte Jesu am Kreuz

Capriccio 67019, 2003

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Johann Christian Bach
Oratorium „Gioas – Rè di Giuda“

Staude, Frimmer, Georg, Wessel, Schäfer, Sol
cpo 999 895-2, 2002

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Johann Christian Bach
Opera seria „La Clemenza di Scipione“

Perillo, Wolff, Waschinski, Schäfer, Mammel
cpo 999 791-2, 2002

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Georg Philipp Telemann
„Serenata eroica“
Trauerkantate auf den Tod Augusts des Starken

Schlick, Winter, Schüller, Mammel, Mertens, Abele
Capriccio 67004/5, 2002

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Johann Friedrich Fasch
Ouvertüre B-Dur
Kantate „Du sollst Gott, deinen Herrn, lieben“
Kantate „Wir müssen alle offenbar werden“

Zádory, Norin, Mammel, Mertens

Carl Friedrich Fasch
Motette „Heil dem Manne, der rechtschaffen lebet“ (119. Psalm)
cpo 999 594-2, 2002

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Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf
Oratorium „Giob”

Lichtenstein, Perillo, Waschinski, Duddeck, Schäfer, Abele
cpo 999 790-2, 2001

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Johann Nikolaus Bach
Singspiel „Der Jenaische Wein- und Bierrufer”

Johann Christian Bach
Lieder „Mezendore”, „Der Weise auf dem Lande”

Wilhelm Friedrich Ernst Bach
Lieder „Das Gesetzbuch”, „Der Vorsatz”, „Der Pfad des Lebens”
Duetto comico „Der Dichter und der Komponist”

Johann Christoph Bach
Hochzeitskantate „Meine Freundin, du bist schön”

Winter, Duddeck, Schäfer, Wagner, Abele
cpo 999 797-2, 2001

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Georg Philipp Telemann
Oratorium „Das befreite Israel”
Ouvertüre f-Moll, Musikalische Idylle „Der May”

Schmithüsen, Schubert, Crook, Mertens, Abele
cpo 999 673-2, 2001

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Jan Dismas Zelenka
Oratorium „Gesù al Calvario“

Cordier, Schmithüsen, Malikowa, Wessel, Norin
Capriccio 10887/88, 2001

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Wilhelm Friedrich Ernst Bach
Kantaten & Sinfonien „Columbus“

Schmithüsen, Crook, Schwarz, Mertens
cpo 999 672-2, 2000

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Johann Michael Bach
Friedens-Cantata

Schmithüsen, Crook, Schwarz, Mertens
cpo 999 671-2, 2000

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Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach
Kantate „Cassandra“

Norin
cpo 999 593-2, 2000

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Johann Heinrich Rolle
Musikalisches Drama „Thirza und ihre Söhne“

Schmithüsen, Wessel, Mammel, Schäfer, Abele
Capriccio 10868/69, 2000

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Georg Philipp Telemann
Danziger Choralkantaten

Schmithüsen, Schubert, Crook, Mertens
Capriccio 10853, 2000

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Carl Heinrich Graun
Weihnachtsoratorium

Schmithüsen, Norin, Schäfer, Mertens
cpo 999 707-2, 1999

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Georg Philipp Telemann
Matthäus-Passion (1746)

Jochens, Mertens, Winter, Schüller, Hübner, Scheffel, Abele
Capriccio 10854, 1999

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Christoph Graupner
Ouverturen in G und D

Kantate „Es begab sich, daß Jesus in eine Stadt mit Namen Nain ging”
Schlick, Meens, Varcoe
cpo 999 592-2, 1999

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Johann Adolf Hasse
Messe in d

Johann David Heinichen
Requiem Es-Dur

Zádori, Norin, Mammel, Mertens
Capriccio 10570, 1998

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Johann Heinrich Rolle
Musikalisches Drama „Der Tod Abels“

Schmithüsen, van der Kamp, Schreckenberger, Mammel, Schüller, Winter
Capriccio 10825, 1998

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Johann Ludwig Bach
Trauermusik

Zádori, Norin, de Mey, Mertens
Capriccio 10814, 1998

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Johann Ludwig Bach
Motetten

Capriccio 10560, 1998

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Georg Philipp Telemann
Passions-Oratorium „Betrachtung der 9. Stunde an dem Todestage Jesu” (TWV 5:5)
Kantate „Ein Mensch ist in seinem Leben wie Gras” (TWV 4:18)
Kantate „Herr, ich habe lieb die Stätte deines Hauses” (TWV 2:2)

Zádori, Wessel, Cordier, Jochens, Schreckenberger, van der Kamp, Wimmer
cpo 999500, 1997

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Jan Dismas Zelenka
Miserere c-Moll

Johann Adolf Hasse
Miserere c-Moll

Johann David Heinichen
Magnificat A-Dur

Gottfried August Homilius
Kantate „Verwundrung, Mitleid, Furcht und Schrecken”

Zádori, Schlick, Wessel, Jochens, Meens, Schreckenberger, Varcoe
Capriccio 10557, 1996

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Johann Sebastian Bach
Matthäus-Passion (BWV 244)

Frimmer, Winter, Norin, Prégardien, Jochens, Mertens, Wimmer
Capriccio 60046-2, 1996

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Georg Philipp Telemann
Oratorium „Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu”

Frimmer, Winter, Koch, van der Meel, Mertens
Capriccio 10596, 1995

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Georg Philipp Telemann
Kantate „Der Herr ist König”
Kantate „Die Donnerode”

Monoyios, Schlick, Köhler, Jochens, Schreckenberger, van der Kamp, Wimmer
Capriccio 10556, 1995

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Wilhelm Friedemann Bach
Kantate „Dies ist der Tag”
Kantate „Erzittert und fallet”

Schlick, Schubert, Jochens, Schreckenberger
Capriccio 10426, 1993
Diapason d'or, Mai 1994

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Wilhelm Friedemann Bach
Kantate „Lasset uns ablegen die Werke der Finsternis”
Kantate „Es ist eine Stimme eines Predigers in der Wüste”

Schlick, Schubert, Jochens, Schreckenberger
Capriccio 10425, 1993
Diapason d'or, Mai 1994

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Georg Philipp Telemann
Oratorium „Der Tag des Gerichts”

Monoyios, Cordier, Jochens, Schreckenberger
Capriccio 10413, 1993

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Johann Sebastian Bach
Messe in h-Moll (BWV 232)

Koslowsky, Winter, Wessel, Brutscher, Schreckenberger, Wimmer
Capriccio 60033-2, 1993

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Claudio Monteverdi
Vespro della beata vergine – Marienvesper (Continuo Version)

Koslowsky, Lins, Jochens, Brutscher, Wessel, Schreckenberger, Wimmer
EMI Classics 54546, 1993

Unavailable

 


Johann Sebastian Bach
Magnificat Es-Dur (BWV 243a)
Sanctus C-Dur (BWV 237)
Sanctus D-Dur (BWV 238)
Antonio Caldara
Magnificat C-Dur

Johann Kuhnau
Magnificat C-Dur (Ersteinspielung)
Magnificat D-Dur (Ersteinspielung)

EMI Classics 54426-2, 1992

Unavailable

 

Johann Sebastian Bach
Carl Heinrich Graun
Georg Philipp Telemann

Passions-Pasticcio „Wer ist der, so von Edom kömmt” (Welt-Ersteinspielung)

Johann Sebastian Bach
Kantate „Herr Jesu Christ, wahr' Mensch und Gott” (BWV 127)

Lins, Popken, Brutscher, Wimmer
EMI Classics 54244-2, 1991

Unavailable

 

Johann Sebastian Bach
Johannespassion (Ersteinspielung der Fassung von 1749)

Lins, Röschmann, Popken, Prégardien, Brutscher, Schwarz, Wimmer
Capriccio 60023-2, 1991

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Georg Philipp Telemann
Kantate „Die Tageszeiten” (TVWV 20:39)
Kantate „Daran ist erschienen die Liebe Gottes” (TVWV 1:165)

Schlick, Cordier, Helling, Prégardien, Meens, Varcoe, van der Kamp
Capriccio 10319, 1991

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Georg Philipp Telemann
Missa brevis (TVWV 9:14)
Motette „Deus judicium tuum” (TVWV 7:7)
Kantate „Alles redet itzt und singet” (TVWV 20:10)

Schlick, Lins, Cordier, Weisheit, Prégardien, Varcoe, Wimmer
Capriccio 10315, 1990

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Johann Ernst Bach
Passionsoratorium
Ode „Das Vertrauen der Christen auf Gott”
Motette „Meine Seele erhebt den Herrn”

Schlick, Lins, Cordier, Weisheit, Prégardien, Schmitz, Varcoe
Capriccio 10310/11, 1990

Unavailable

 

Johann Hermann Schein
Fontana d'Israel/Israelsbrünnlein (1623) – Gesamtaufnahme

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Motette „Gott, deine Güte reicht so weit”
Motette „Oft klagt dein Herz, wie schwer es sei”

Johann Philipp Kirnberger
Motette „Erbarm dich, unser Gott”

Johann Friedrich Doles
Motette „Wer bin ich, Herr?”

Johann Adam Hiller
Motette „Laß sich freuen alle, die auf dich trauen”
Motette „Alles Fleisch ist wie Gras”

Capriccio 10290/91, 1990

Unavailable

 

Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach
Kantate „Pygmalion”
Kantate „Die Amerikanerin”
Kantate „Ino”

Schlick, van der Kamp
Capriccio 10303, 1990

Unavailable

 

Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach
Oratorium „Die Kindheit Jesu”
Motette „Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme”

Fünf geistliche Lieder auf Texte von Balthasar Münter
Schlick, Lins, Helling, Kirchner, Meens, Schwarz, van der Kamp
Capriccio 10292, 1989

Unavailable

 

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Kantate „Zur Einführung des H.P. Gasie” (Wq 250)
Kantate „Wer ist so würdig als du” (Wq 222)
Kantate „Der Herr lebt” (Wq 251)

Schlick, Helling, Jochens, Schwarz
Capriccio 10209, 1988

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Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Kantate „Klopstocks Morgengesang am Schöpfungsfeste” (Wq 239)
Kantate „Auf, schicke dich recht feierlich” (Wq 249)
Kantate „Anbetung dem Erbarmer” (Wq 243)
Kantate „Heilig” (Wq 217)

Schlick, Koslowsky, Helling, Jochens, Schwarz
Capriccio 10208, 1988

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Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Oratorium „Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu” (Wq 240)
Kantate „Gott hat den Herrn auferweckt” (Wq 244)

Schlick, Lins, Elliot, Prégardien, Schwarz, Varcoe
Capriccio 10206/07, 1988

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