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SCHUTZ, H.: Matthaus-Passion (Podger, Jespersen, Ars Nova Copenhagen, Hillier)

SCHUTZ, H.: Matthaus-Passion (Podger, Jespersen, Ars Nova Copenhagen, Hillier)

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2011

Recorded in 24 Bit / 88.2Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

Hillier, Paul


Julian Podger

Soloist

Paul Hillier

Soloist

Jakob Bloch Jespersen

Soloist

Ars Nova Copenhagen



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Dacapo

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Total Time - 54:31
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SCHUTZ, H.: Matthaus-Passion (Podger, Jespersen, Ars Nova Copenhagen, Hillier)

     
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HEINRICH SCHUTZ

 

Matthaus-Passion, SWV 479

 
1 Introitus 1:01
 Julian Podger Soloist
     
 

BIBLE - NEW TESTAMENT

2 Und es begab sich, da Jesus alle diese Rede vollendet hatte 12:02
 Julian Podger Soloist
     
 

HEINRICH SCHUTZ

3 Da kam Jesus mit ihnen zu einem Hofe, der hiess Gethsemane 7:51
 Jakob Bloch Jespersen Soloist
     
4 Die aber Jesum gegriffen hatten 4:05
 Julian Podger Soloist
     
5 Petrus aber sass draussen im Palast 11:38
 Paul Hillier Soloist
     
6 Und da sie ihn verspottet hatten 10:34
 Paul Hillier Soloist
     
7 Und am Abend kam ein reicher Mann von Arimathia 4:02
 Jakob Bloch Jespersen Soloist
     
8 Beschluss 3:18
 Jakob Bloch Jespersen Soloist
 Hillier, Paul


Ars Nova Copenhagen and Paul Hillier here present the fourth recording in a series devoted to the narrative works (Historia) of Heinrich Schütz (1585-1672). The Danish vocal ensemble thus celebrate Denmark’s proud connection with this German master who was appointed Kapellmeister to King Christian IV and worked at the Danish court for two periods over the course of eleven years. The cover illustrations show reliefs in beaten metal by Karl Schmidt-Rott luff (1884-1976), a member of the Die Brücke group founded in 1905 in Dresden – a city with which Schütz himself was closely associated.

Performance ****      Recording ****

"...Well recorded, in a warm acoustic, this is a worthy completion of Hillier’s collection of all six of Schüt’s narrative works."

George Pratt - BBC Music Magazine - July 2011


****

Raúl Mallavibarrena - Ritmo - 1 May 2011
 


"...At 12 strong, Ars Nova Copenhagen is arguably a little large; an ensemble of one or two singers per part would have been more likely, though the extra voices here do add variety to the minor solo roles. The brief flanking choruses and the pithy utterances of the crowd which punctuate the narrative offer the only harmonic interest in the work. There are some wonderfully painted, perfectly tuned dissonances in the opening four-part chorus, and a wistful, keening sorrow to the concluding chorus. Best of all are the powerful turbas in which Schütz used a variety of means (like simple imitative part writing) to suggest a multitude - they are delivered here with dramatic sensitivity and spot-on timing. This is music which needs to be listened to in one uninterrupted sitting, texts and translations in hand, and the modern world held at bay. A hair-shirt Easter treat."

Simon Heighes - International Record Review - 12 April 2011


     ****

Steen Chr. Steensen - Klassisk - 1 May 2011
 




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