Weckmann: Lucidor einss hutt der schaf
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Weckman - Kammermusik & Klaviermusik
Recorded 1995 & 1998
Greta de Reyghere (soprano) & Siebe Henstra (harpsichord)
La Fenice & Ricercar Consort
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Ricercar's recording of Weckman's complete cantatas (RIC216) is now followed by one of his chamber music. His sonatas for four instruments were written for the Hamburg Collegium Musicum, and inspired by the virtuoso works by Viennese and Venetian composers.The harpsichord pieces are very much in the style of his friend J.J. Froberger; they foreshadow the works of Bach's generation in that they allude just as much to the style of the French suite as to that of Italian contrapuntal works.The various German songs recorded here are examples of works that Weckman supplied for the official occasions of Hamburg municipal life.
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North German Organ Masters Volume 2
Weckmann: Organ Works
Matthias Weckmann, born in 1616 in Thuringia, was appointed organist at St. Jacobi in Hamburg in 1655, where he lived and worked until his death in 1674. The famous Arp Schnitger organ (the first four-manual instrument of its time) is the organ with the most well-reserved organ pipes from before 1700. It was restored between 1989 and 1993. This CD continues Joseph Kelemen’s highly praised series of Southern German and Northern German Organ Masters.
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