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TELEMANN, G.P.: Fast allgemeines Evangelisch-Musicalisches Lieder-Buch (Telemannisches Gesangbuch) (Mertens)

TELEMANN, G.P.: Fast allgemeines Evangelisch-Musicalisches Lieder-Buch (Telemannisches Gesangbuch) (Mertens)

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Klaus Mertens

Soloist

Stefan Maass

Soloist

Michael Schonheit

Soloist

Thomas Fritzsch

Soloist

Vincent Frisch

Soloist

Venue:

SWR Baden-Baden, Hans-Rosbaud-Studio, Germany



Record Label
Carus

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Classical

Total Time - 77:13
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Fast allgemeines Evangelisch-Musicalisches Lieder-Buch, TWV 10:1

 
1 Praludium - Gott des Himmels und der Erden 2:35
 Michael Schonheit Soloist
2 Gott Lob, der Sonntag kommt herbei 5:14
 Michael Schonheit Soloist
3 Mit Ernst, o Menschenkinder 1:52
 Stefan Maass Soloist
4 Puer natus in Bethlehem - Ein Kind gebor'n zu Bethlehem 5:04
 Stefan Maass Soloist
5 Freuet euch, ihr Christen alle 1:45
 Michael Schonheit Soloist
6 Nun lasst uns gehn und treten 2:20
 Thomas Fritzsch Soloist
7 Herr nun lass'st du deinen Diener im Friede fahren 1:41
 Thomas Fritzsch Soloist
8 O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig 0:59
 Vincent Frisch Soloist
9 O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden 3:48
 Klaus Mertens Soloist
10 Erstanden ist der heilig Christ 3:49
 Michael Schonheit Soloist
11 Jesus, meine Zuversicht 1:47
 Michael Schonheit Soloist
12 Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott 2:40
 Stefan Maass Soloist
13 Wir glauben all an einen Gott 3:49
 Thomas Fritzsch Soloist
14 Ein feste Burg 3:32
 Stefan Maass Soloist
15 Wenn dich Unglück hat betreten 2:07
 Michael Schonheit Soloist
16 Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir 2:11
 Stefan Maass Soloist
17 Befiehl du deine Wege 2:34
 Stefan Maass Soloist
18 Jesu, meine Freude, meines Herzens Weide 3:00
 Klaus Mertens Soloist
19 Wer weiss, wie nahe mir mein Ende? 3:04
 Klaus Mertens Soloist
20 Wenn wir in hochsten Noten sein 2:15
 Michael Schonheit Soloist
21 Auf meinen lieben Gott 1:32
 Michael Schonheit Soloist
22 Nun lob, mein Seel, den Herren 3:11
 Michael Schonheit Soloist
23 Ach wie nichtig, ach wie fluchtig 1:54
 Stefan Maass Soloist
24 Mitten wir im Leben sind 1:45
 Klaus Mertens Soloist
25 Valet will ich dir geben 2:11
 Stefan Maass Soloist
26 Wach't auf, ruft uns die Stimme - Auf, auf! und lasst uns wachsam sein 2:02
 Thomas Fritzsch Soloist
27 Jesaja, dem Propheten, das geschah 2:13
 Michael Schonheit Soloist
28 O Wonn, o Freud, o Herrlichkeit 2:49
 Michael Schonheit Soloist
29 Wie der Hirsch im grossen Dursten 1:23
 Michael Schonheit Soloist
30 Nun danket alle Gott 2:07
 Thomas Fritzsch Soloist


 "Now thank we all our God", "Commit thou all thy ways" and "A Mighty Fortress" - these and other well-known hymns collected Georg Philipp Telemann in his "Almost general Evangelical Musicalisches Song Book," which he published in 1730. This "Telemannische Hymns," as it was later called, contained more than 2,000 songs in over 500 variations, many of which are still sung in church. Telemann’s stated goal was to create a usable resource throughout the German-speaking hymnal. This was the starting point of a German-wide unique success story of a Protestant songs-book. The previously undiscovered musical treasure has now been produced featuring Klaus Mertens, Thomas Fritzsch, Stefan Maass and Michael Schönheit and boy soprano Vincent Fritzsch as a world premiere recording. Design and instrumentation Thomas Fritzsch.

 "...The performances successfully invoke domestic use of chorales and it is especially interesting to hear melodies well-known JSB’s organ and vocal music shorn of his little decorations and elaborate harmonisations. Klaus Mertens sings with incomparable artistry, though is careful to avoid over-sophistication, and his young colleague’s contributions have great charm ... their diction in this simple music could be studied by non-German singers to their very great advantage... This month’s welcome surprise."

David Hansell - Early Music Review - June 2013


                              ***** - Very Good

Guy Engels - Pizzicato magazine - May 2013




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