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TELEMANN, G.P.: Weine, nicht, siehe / Sie verachten das Gesetz / Gott Zebaoth, in deinem Namen (Three Cantatas) (Max)

TELEMANN, G.P.: Weine, nicht, siehe / Sie verachten das Gesetz / Gott Zebaoth, in deinem Namen (Three Cantatas) (Max)

The Classical Shop
release date: December 2012

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Kleine Konzert, Das


Max, Hermann


Hermann Max

Soloist

Veronika Winter

Soloist

Lena Susanne Norin

Soloist

Jenny Haecker

Soloist

Ekkehard Abele

Soloist

Stuttgart Gachinger Kantorei



Record Label
CPO

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 51:38
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TELEMANN, G.P.: Weine, nicht, siehe / Sie verachten das Gesetz / Gott Zebaoth, in deinem Namen (Three Cantatas) (Max)

     
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Weine, nicht, siehe, TWV 1:1541

 
1 Weine nicht! (Chorus) 1:41
 Hermann Max Soloist
2 Aria: Zurne nur, du alte Schlangel (Tenor) 3:50
 Ekkehard Abele Soloist
3 Recitative: So singt der Glaubigen vergnugte Schar (Tenor) 1:12
 Ekkehard Abele Soloist
4 Dictum: Er hat ausgezogen die Furstenthumer (Alto) 1:50
 Ekkehard Abele Soloist
5 Aria: Auf, auf, erloste Seelen (Bass) 4:41
 Hermann Max Soloist
6 Recitative: Da dies dein Herz betrachtet (Soprano 1) 0:23
 Hermann Max Soloist
7 Duet: Singt nicht dein Herz (Soprano 1, Soprano 2) 4:09
 Hermann Max Soloist
8 Chorale: So feiern wir das grosses Fest (Chorus) 1:03
 Jenny Haecker Soloist
     
 

Sie verachten das Gesetz, TWV 1:1339

 
9 Sie verachten das Gesets (Chorus) 2:43
 Hermann Max Soloist
10 Chorale: Ach Gott, tu dich erbarmen (Chorus) 1:17
 Veronika Winter Soloist
11 Recitative: Jerusalem, du Gottesstadt (Soprano) 1:27
 Lena Susanne Norin Soloist
12 Aria: Jerusalem ruft uberlaut (Alto) 2:49
 Hermann Max Soloist
13 Chorale: Straf mich nicht in deinem Zorn (Chorus) 0:46
 Hermann Max Soloist
14 Aria: Ob alle Menschen gleich (Soprano) 3:23
 Hermann Max Soloist
15 Sie verachten das Gesets (da capo) (Chorus) 2:51
 Hermann Max Soloist
     
 

Gott Zebaoth, in deinem Namen, TWV 1:698

 
16 Aria: Gott Zebaoth, in deinem Namen (Tenor) 4:55
 Hermann Max Soloist
17 Recitative - Chorale: O Nain dieser Welt (Soprano) 3:54
 Hermann Max Soloist
18 Aria: Begluckt ist dessen Lebenslauf (Bass) 1:29
 Veronika Winter Soloist
19 Habt nicht lieb die Welt (Chorus) 1:19
 Veronika Winter Soloist
20 Aria: Die Welt spielt oft mit Bisamknopfen (Alto) 4:40
 Veronika Winter Soloist
21 Recitative: Wie selig ist sodann (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass) 0:21
 Lena Susanne Norin Soloist
22 Chorale: Mach mir stets zuckersuss den Himmel (Tenor) 0:55
 Veronika Winter Soloist
 Max, Hermann


The gripping cantatas heard on this new album, recorded during one of the Festival Days of Magdeburg, prove Telemann was the Eighteenth-Century’s most important composer of sacred music.

 "...The soloists, so many of them familiar collaborators with max, are all excellent; and the conductors’ usual high standards of performance are maintained here. More wonderful Telemann to relish..."

John Barker - American Record Guide - March/April 2013


"... The performances are, as one expects of Max and his ensembles, of the highest quality. Veronika Winter’s soprano is crystal clear, while Lena Norin has a rich, flexible alto. Tenor Jan Kobow and the versatile bass-baritone Ekkehard Abele are also right on pitch and perform their often tortuous lines with studied ease and skillful interpretation. Max’s ensemble is crystal clear, as are the voices of his chorus. All in all, this is yet another fabulour disc that point to Telemann as perhaps one of the greatest of his age... this one sould be in your collection."
 
Bertil van Boer - Fanfare - March/April 2013

“...The two male solo singers...are both very impressive in what is some very demanding music...The real star of the show, however, is obviously Telemann himself. The CPO label has served Magdeburg’s greatest son very well over the years and this belated release of three exceptionally fine grand cantatas should raise his reputation even higher. Well worth owning.”
 
Andrew O’Connor - International Record Review - February 2013

 "...The four soloists are simply outstanding; the recitatives - which are often the weak spot in performances of baroque cantatas - are perfectly executed as a speech on music. The orchestra delivers very colourful performances... A disc to treasure which shows Telemann and the performers at their very best."

 
Johan can Veen - MusicWeb-International - 19 February 2013

 "... As we expect from Max and his ensembles, these are lively performances which bring out all that is best in Telemann’s music..."

Brian Clark - Early Music Review (No 151) - December 2012




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