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Motetta Brevia de tempore - Marcus Teller

Motetta Brevia de tempore

The Classical Shop
release date: December 2011

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz


Artists:

Hans Leenders


Studium Chorale



Engineer:

Jos Boerland



Record Label
Aliud

Genre:

Baroque




Total Time - 51:47
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Motetta Brevia de tempore - Marcus Teller

     
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MARCUS TELLER

     
1 

Si qua est consolatio

6:32
     
2 

Confi temini Domino

5:39
     
3 

Exurgat Deus

5:26
     
4 

Insurrexerunt in nos inimici nostri

5:35
     
5 

O Jesu lux

5:38
     
6 

State sistite

4:42
     
7 

Sonent citharae

6:13
     
8 

O benigne Salvator

5:54
     
9 

O Domine illumina

6:08
 Hans Leenders


Marcus Teller, son of Hendrick Teller and Cornelia Janssen, was baptized as ‘marcus henrici teelder’ on 17 December 1682 in St. Nicholas in Maastricht. The family name of Teller also appears in the archives as Tellers, Teelder, Teelers, Telders, or Tellder.

The surviving works of Teller consist of two printed editions and a number of manuscripts. In 1726 the collection Musica sacra stylo plane Italico & Cromatico was published as opus 1 by Joannes Lotter in Augsburg. It was dedicated to the canon Arnold Hyacinthus Wynants, provost of St. Servatius and neighbour of Marcus Teller’s parents at the Grote Looiersstraat.

Besides the nine motetta brevia pro tempore recorded here, the print contains two missae solemnes for four soloists, four-part choir and instruments.

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"... a disc worthy of investigation..."

Philip Reed - Choir & Organ magazine - November/December 2012




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