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A Hanseatic Festival: German Renaissance Music ()

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composed by Elias Mertel, Georg Leopold Fuhrmann, Heinrich Albert, Johann Schop, Melchior Schildt, Michael Altenburg, Michael Praetorius, Samuel Scheidt, Thomas Simpson

A Hanseatic Festival: German Renaissance Music is a disc that, when it came out, had its field mostly to itself. The German Renaissance in general is underrepresented on recordings, and the idea, laid out in the liner notes, of focusing on the Stadtpfeifern, the city musicians of mercantile northern Germany, is delightful and potentially instructive: anyone who has done cursory reading about J.S. Bach has encountered the concept of the city musician, but few of us know much about them. A Hanseatic Festival contains some ...

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  1. Canzon super O Nachbar Roland (Ludi Musici)
  2. Bekehrung zum Herren Christo
  3. Paduana Lachrymae, for keyboard (after J. Dowland)
  4. Nun komm der Heiden Heiland, motet for 8 voices
  5. Entrata for lute
  6. Galliarda 15 for lute
  7. Work(s): Paduan
  8. Cancio Germanica
  9. Ach Mein Herzliebes Jesulein
  10. Das alt ist abgegagen
  11. Pasameza
  12. Ricercar on "Bonny Sweet Robin"
  13. In dulci jubilo, for chorus & ensemble (from the Polyhymnia caduceatrix)
  14. Von Himmel Hoch
  15. Ein wunderschönes Kinderlein
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A Hanseatic Festival: German Renaissance Music
2005, Deux-Elles

UPC: 666283108828

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