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KERLL, J.C.: Choral Music (Missa non sine quare) (Bonizzoni)

KERLL, J.C.: Choral Music (Missa non sine quare) (Bonizzoni)

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Bonizzoni, Fabio


Fabio Bonizzoni

Conductor

Risonanza, La



Record Label
Pan Classics

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 53:13
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KERLL, J.C.: Choral Music (Missa non sine quare) (Bonizzoni)

     
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FELIX MASS TEXT

1 

Cibavit eos

1:03
     
 

JOHANN CASPAR MASS TEXT

 

Missa non sine quare

 
2 Kyrie 3:31
     
 

JOHANN CASPAR KERLL

3 Gloria 4:49
     
4 

Trio Sonata in F major

6:32
     
5 

Missa non sine quare

7:15
     
6 

Delectus, Op. 1

3:45
     
 

JOHANN CASPAR MASS TEXT

7 Sanctus 4:17
     
 

JOHANN CASPAR KERLL

8 Agnus Dei 2:18
     
 

Delectus, Op. 1

 
9 Ama cor meum 7:25
     
10 Dignare me 2:34
     
11 

Sonata a 3 in G minor

7:13
     
12 

Regina caeli laetare

2:31
     
 Fabio Bonizzoni Conductor
 Bonizzoni, Fabio


Johann Caspar Kerll (1627-1693) worked mainly in Vienna, during the 17th century. He was a pupil of Carissimi and teacher of Pachelbel, thus belonging within the line of succession culminating in Johann Sebastian Bach, who much admired his music. 18 masses by Kerll have survived of which only one, the first, a 5-part Requiem, is written a cappella, in the so-called old style. All the others are written in stile concertato, that is, with soloists, one or more full choirs, various instruments (violins, violas, trombones) and continuo.

The ‘Missa non sine quare’ is the first of a collection of six masses published in Munich in 1689. In this mass, Kerll gives proof of his undeniable mastery of counterpoint and of contrapuntal blend. Both the solo and the tutti sections exhibit the use of superb, imitative counterpoint. Kerll’s melodic ingenuity, contrapuntal finesse and harmonic audacity were admired 20 years later by J. S. Bach.

The present recording was first issued on the Symphonia label in 2000 to critical acclaim: BBC Music Magazine wrote then: “The solo voices and strings of La Risonanza give virtually flawless performances, milking every nuance from the music.

Rec.date: 1999 (formerly available from Symphonia)

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