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Heinrich Schütz: Symphoniae Sacrae I
Buccinate in neomenia tuba, SWV 275
Jubilate Deo in chordis, SWV 276
Paratum cor meum, SWV 257
Domine, labia mia aperies, SWV 271
Fili mi, Absalon, SWV 269
In te, Domine, SWV 259
Concert: Anima mea liquefacta est SWV 263, 264
Adjuros vos filae Hierusalem, SWV 264
Venite ad me, SWV 261
In lectulo per noctes, SWV 272-273
Invenerunt me custodes civitatis SWV273
Attendite, popule meus, SWV 270. Sacred Concerto for bass, four trombones and basso continuo
Cantabo Domino, SWV 260
Benedicam Dominum in omni tempore, SWV 267
Exquisivi Dominum, SWV 268
Jubilate Deo, SWV 262
Veni, dilecte mi, in hortum meum, SWV 274
Exultavit Cor Meum, SWV 258
O quam tu pulchra es, SWV 265
Veni de Libano, SWV 266
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Schütz: Ich hebe meine Augen auf (I will lift up mine eyes)
Maria Skiba (soprano), Heidi Maria Taubert (soprano), Dorothea Wagner (soprano), David Erler (alto), Tobias Hunger (tenor), Stephan Gahler (tenor), Ingolf Seidel (baritone), Clemens Heidrich (bass) & Matthias Lutze (bass)
Cappella Sagittariana Dresden, Norbert Schuster
Schütz studied the art of polychoral music in Venice. After returning to Germany, he became the chapelmaster at the court of the Saxon elector and had a very impressive sacred building at his disposal, the castle chapel. The works on this CD, such as the Psalms of David, demonstrate an Italian influence. These wonderful compositions are now the standard repertoire of many ensembles throughout the world.
“That [Schuster] is an instrumentalist rather than a singer is clear in the way he achieves such total integration of voices and instruments in these performances, and in is deep appreciation of the many-layered textures in Schütz's writing....Schütz is served uncommonly well by these particular performers on this excellent disc.” International Record Review, May 2011
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