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Reutter: Portus Felicitatis (Motets & Arias for the Pantaleon)

Reutter: Portus Felicitatis (Motets & Arias for the Pantaleon)

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2014

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

Artists:

Monika Mauch

Performer

La Gioia Armonica

Performer

Stanislava Jirku

Performer

Jürgen Banholzer

Performer

Record Label
Ramée

Genre:

Baroque




Total Time - 69:33
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JOHANN GEORG REUTTER

     
1 

Venga l'età vetusta

6:59
 Monika Mauch Performer
 La Gioia Armonica Performer
 Jürgen Banholzer Performer
     
2 

Justorum animae in manu Dei sunt

5:35
 Monika Mauch Performer
 Stanislava Jirku Performer
 La Gioia Armonica Performer
 Jürgen Banholzer Performer
     
3 

Pizzicato

5:30
 La Gioia Armonica Performer
 Jürgen Banholzer Performer
     
4 

Dura legge a chi t'adora

7:20
 Monika Mauch Performer
 La Gioia Armonica Performer
 Jürgen Banholzer Performer
     
5 

Allegro

3:21
 La Gioia Armonica Performer
 Jürgen Banholzer Performer
     
6 

Hodie in ecclesia sanctorum

7:37
 Stanislava Jirku Performer
 La Gioia Armonica Performer
 Jürgen Banholzer Performer
     
7 

Wenceslaum sanctissimum

5:09
 Monika Mauch Performer
 Stanislava Jirku Performer
 La Gioia Armonica Performer
 Jürgen Banholzer Performer
     
8 

Del pari infeconda

6:43
 Monika Mauch Performer
 La Gioia Armonica Performer
 Jürgen Banholzer Performer
     
9 

Surrexit pastor bonus

8:13
 Stanislava Jirku Performer
 La Gioia Armonica Performer
 Jürgen Banholzer Performer
     
10 

Deus Pater paraclytus

6:21
 Monika Mauch Performer
 Stanislava Jirku Performer
 La Gioia Armonica Performer
 Jürgen Banholzer Performer
     
11 

Soletto al mio caro

6:45
 Monika Mauch Performer
 La Gioia Armonica Performer
 Jürgen Banholzer Performer
     


Today almost entirely forgotten, Reutter has been the most successful composer of opera in Vienna during the 1730s, and the single and most influential composer of church music in Vienna for three decades, enjoying the estimation of both Charles VI and Maria Theresia. The son of a court organist and music director at St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Reutter studied with Antonio Caldara and, having returned from a period of study in Italy, was nominated imperial court composer in Vienna in 1730. He became first director of music at St. Stephen’s im 1738, second Hofkapellmeister in 1747 and first Hofkapellmeister in 1769. His influential position in the musical life of Vienna led to conflicts with Durazzo and Gluck which escalated in 1761. Reutter is one of the few composers who composed for the Pantaleon (salterio). As Caldara had done before him, Reutter used the pantaleon as an obbligato instrument in several arias of his operas and oratorios. Our programme features four arias for obligato salterio. With this album La Gioia Armonica will continue the endeavours of its first album for RAMÉE, dedicated to original compositions for the pantaleon by Antonio Caldara (RAM 0405).

 
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