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Samuel Scheidt: The Great Sacred Concertos ()

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composed by Samuel Scheidt

Samuel Scheidt's Geistliche Konzerte or Sacred Concertos, dating from the 1630s, helped spread the Venetian polychoral style in Germany, and thus lay the basis for the development of Baroque ensemble music in that country. They offer an especially troublesome instance of the debate over the appropriate size of the vocal forces in Baroque choral music: Scheidt laid the groundwork for future disagreements when he advertised that the concertos "can be performed with just a few singers" and "have also been composed by me in ...

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  1. Wies Gott gefällt, for choir & orchestra, SSWV 188-190
  2. Kommt her, ihr gesegneten, dialogus for 3 voices & orchestra, SSWV 220
  3. Freue dich des Weibes deiner Jugend, for 4 voices, choir & orchestra, SSWV 181
  4. Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz, for choir & orchestra, SSWV 554
  5. Christo, dem Osterlämmlein, for 3 voices & orchestra, SSWV 551-552
  6. Nun lob mein Seel den Herren, for choir & orchestra, SSWV 555-557
  7. Ist nicht Ephraim mein teurer Sohn, for choir & orchestra, SSWV 553
  8. Ich bin die Auferstehung, for 5 voices & orchestra, SSWV 547
  9. Nun danket alle Gott, for choir & orchestra, SSWV i7
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