Homilius: Ein Lämmlein geht und trägt die Schuld

Passions-Cantate, nach der Poesie des Herrn Buschmann

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Choeur Mixte
COMPOSITEUR: Gottfried August Homilius
ÉDITION MUSICALE: Carus Verlag
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Coffret CD
He was without argument our greatest church composer, wrote the lexicographer E. L. Gerber a few years after Homilius's death in 1785. As a result of the destruction of the Kreuzkirche during the Seven Years War, the longtime Kreuzkantor, a pupil of Bach, performed his professional musical duties
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Subtitle Passions-Cantate, nach der Poesie des Herrn Buschmann
Instrument Group Choeur Mixte
Compositeur Gottfried August Homilius
Édition musicale Carus Verlag
Taal D
Type de produit Coffret CD
Année d'édition 2007
Style Sacred
No. CV8326200
Description
He was without argument our greatest church composer, wrote the lexicographer E. L. Gerber a few years after Homilius's death in 1785. As a result of the destruction of the Kreuzkirche during the Seven Years War, the longtime Kreuzkantor, a pupil of Bach, performed his professional musical duties primarily at the Frauenkirche in Dresden. The Passionskantate was well received and widely disseminated during the 18th and 19th centuries: Thanks to its popularity it was published in 1775 by Breitkopf as a full score - a rare honor, accorded to only one other Passion in the 18th century [Graun's "Tod Jesu"]. The text describes the events of the Passion from a very personal pointof view: The story focuses less on the actual events, then upon the feelings of the observers of these events. The subjective nature of the narrative is reflected in a very dramatically marked style of recitative, which presents a charming contrast to the expressive choral writing and the melodically accented arias. With the release of a new music editions and a SACD/CD the Passionskantate can now be "rediscovered."
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