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Mayr: La Passione/ Stabat Mater No. 5

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Georgisches Kammerorchester

Ingolstadt

Franz Hauk


Robert Merwald

bass

Claudia Schneider

contralto

Franz Hauk

harpsichord

Maria Jette

soprano

Hartmut Schroder

tenor

Vokalensemble Ingolstadt



Venue:

Asam Kirche Maria de Victoria', Ingolstadt



Producer:

Michael Ponder



Engineer:

Michael Ponder



Record Label
Guild

Genre:

Choir


Chamber

Total Time - 138:57
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JOHANN SIMON MAYR

(1763-1845)
   
 

La Passione

104:55  


Select Complete Single Disc for
  Oratorium für Soli, Chor und Orchester (1794)  
   
  COMPACT DISC ONE  
  Parte prima  
1 Sinfonia 3:35
  Chor  
2 Sull' innocente Figlio 3:48
  Rezitativ der Maria  
3 Ma finalmente sembra 1:48
  Chor  
4 Sull' innocente Figlio 2:00
  Rezitativ  
5 Barbara crudeltà! 2:20
  Giovanni, Maria  
  Arie des Giovanni  
6 Ah! Non cercar pietosa 3:46
  Rezitativ der Maria  
7 Or qui, chi crederebbe 1:10
  Rezitativ der Maddalena  
8 Ah madre! 1:43
  Arie der Maddalena  
9 Ecco come il giusto muore 4:28
  Rezitativ  
10 Dove sono? 5:04
  Giovanni, Giuseppe, Maria  
  Arie des Giuseppe  
11 Come in vista 4:32
  Rezitativ der Maddalena  
12 Io mi sento mancar 0:40
  Rezitativ der Maria  
13 Ahimè! 3:30
  Arie der Maria  
14 Nell' aspro mio tormento 4:10
  Rezitativ  
15 Maria… Giovanni… ahimè! 3:18
  Giovanni, Maddalena, Maria  
  Duett  
16 Nel veder trafitto 5:08
  Maddalena, Maria  
   
  Parte seconda  
17 Introduzione 2:07
  Chor  
18 Quanto costa 4:20
  Rezitativ  
19 Che vedo! 3:40
  Giovanni, Maddalena, Maria  
  Arie der Maddalena  
20 In lui sol vedesi! 4:13
  Rezitativ  
21 Volgi le piante altrove 2:17
  Giovanni, Maddalena, Maria  
  Arie des Giovanni  
22 Se vede tortorella 4:28


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1 Anime appassionate 3:55
  Maddalena, Maria  
  Kavatine der Maria  
2 Frà l' orror de' mali 3:51
  Rezitativ  
3 Ma che vuol dir 5:15
  Gesù, Giovanni, Maddalena, Maria  
  Arie der Maria  
4 Caro Figlio 4:32
  Rezitativ  
5 Dove son? Dove corro? 3:09
  Giovanni, Maddalena, Maria  
  Rezitativ des Giuseppe  
6 Qual terribil vendetta 2:52
  Arie des Giuseppe  
7 All' idea de' tuoi perigli 4:19
  Rezitativ des Giovanni  
8 Ecco eterno del Ciel 3:57
  Chor  
9 Al tuo dirotto pianto 2:40
   
 

Stabat mater in c-Moll

29:42  
  für vier Stimmen und Orchester  
10 Stabat mater 3:24
11 O quam tristis 3:38
12 Quis est homo 4:43
13 Eja Mater 5:54
14 Fac me tecum 3:49
15 Virgo virginum 4:06
16 Christe, cum sit hinc 3:01
17 Quando corpus/Amen 3:47
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"...Hauk is clearly devoted to Mayr’s cause and his performers are alert and responsive throughout. The soloists are excellent, reaching for and consistently grasping the meaning of the works’ text, the chorus is well blended and demonstrates a fervent spiritual and emotional bond with the music. This technically and musically adept recording is worth your attention, not to mention the effort required to open your wallet."

Michael Carter - Fanfare - September 2002


Interpretation ****      Sound ****

Fono Forum - March 2003
 


"... Mayr’s fluid writing, skill in composing for the human voice, and imaginative orchestration make for a most enjoyable and moving listening experience. I was especially struck by the many love- ly instrumental obbligatos lacing his solo and ensemble passages...The Ingolstadt Vocal Ensemble and the Georgian Chamber Orchestra turn in excellent accounts of both works.
The soloists, who perform the lion’s share of the music, are first-rate-both individually and in the work’s many ensemble passages. Franz Hauk-one of Germany’s most versatile musicians-leads heartfelt and cohesive performances from the harpsichord..."

Koob - American Record Guide - September/October




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