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Scarlatti - Bach - Arnold

by Gli Scarlattisti

In sacred music there has always been a special connection between text and music because its purpose has always been the proclamation and interpretation of the word of God.
Genre: Classical: Traditional
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1. Stabat Mater - I. Stabat mater
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2:46 album only
2. Stabat Mater - II. Cuius animam gementem
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3:58 album only
3. Stabat Mater - III. Quis non posset
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2:19 album only
4. Stabat Mater - IV. Eja mater, fons amoris
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2:04 album only
5. Stabat Mater - V. Sancta Mater, istud agas
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6. Stabat Mater - VI. Fac me vere tecum flere
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7. Stabat Mater - VII. Juxta crucem
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1:55 album only
8. Stabat Mater - VIII. Inflammatus
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3:07 album only
9. Stabat Mater - IX. Fac ut animae
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2:22 album only
10. Stabat Mater - X. Amen
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1:37 album only
11. Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227 - Jesu, meine Freude
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12. Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227 - Es ist nun nichts Verdammliches an
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13. Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227 - Unter deinem Schirmen
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14. Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227 - Denn das Gesetz des Geistes
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0:55 album only
15. Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227 - Trotz dem alten Drachen
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2:09 album only
16. Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227 - Ihr aber seid nicht fleischlich, so
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17. Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227 - Weg mit allen Schätzen
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18. Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227 - So aber Christus in euch ist
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19. Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227 - Gute Nacht, o Wesen
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20. Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227 - So nun der Geist
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21. Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227 - Weicht, ihr Trauergeister
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22. Diptychon secundum Iohannem op. 5 (1998)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In sacred music there has always been a special connection between text and music because its purpose has always been the proclamation and interpretation of the word of God. The pieces compiled on this recording present different facets of the musical expression of words and can be performed particularly well by a vocal ensemble of soloists - as is shown here. Scarlatti makes the medieval original of the "Stabat Mater" topical for the Baroque listener by a composition which utilizes the different style idioms of its time and puts the emphasis on the affects. Bach - with his Motet "Jesu meine Freude" virtually presents a theologically analytic version which confirms (and comments on) the connection between the textual levels of the New Testament and the church music by means of the musical form. The latest piece, the "Diptychon" by Jochen M. Arnold, presents a modern solution for the genesis of music out of words. Based on traditional principles it integrates the tonal language of the 20th century. (Inga Mai Groote)

Domenico Scarlatti
(1685–1757)

Stabat Mater - 24’03” (1-10)
für 10 Stimmen (SSSSAATTBB) und Basso continuo

* I. Stabat mater - 2’46” (1)
* II. Cuius animam gementem - 3’58” (2)
* III. Quis non posset - 2’ 19” (3)
* IV. Eja mater, fons amoris - 2’05” (4)
* V. Sancta Mater, istud agas - 2’49” (5)
* VI. Fac me vere tecum flere - 1’06” (6)
* VII. Juxta crucem - 1’55” (7)
* VIII. Inflammatus - 3’07” (8)
* IX. Fac ut animae - 2’23” (9)
* X. Amen 1’30” (10)

Besetzung:
Sopran I–IV: Iris-Anna Deckert, Susan Eitrich, Konstanze Fladt,
Katja Schild, Melanie Thamm-Beck
Alt I: Franz Vitzthum · Alt II: Gudrun Köllner / Jochen Patscheke
Tenor I: Andreas Weller · Tenor II: Christoph Claßen, Dietrich Wrase
Bass I: Dominik Wörner · Bass II: Willie Pirzer, Martin Risch
Solisten in Nr.VIII und X:
Iris-Anna Deckert (Sopran) · Andreas Weller (Tenor)

Johann Sebastian Bach
(1685–1750)

Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227 - 20’08” (11-21)
Motette für 5-stimmigen gemischten Chor (SSATB) und Basso continuo
Worte: Römer 8, 1–2. 9–11 und die 6 Strophen des Liedes
»Jesu, meine Freude« von Johann Franck 1653

* (1) Jesu, meine Freude - 1’06” (11)
* (2) Es ist nun nichts Verdammliches an denen - 2’44” (12)
* (3) Unter deinem Schirmen - 1’04” (13)
* (4) Denn das Gesetz des Geistes - 0’55” (14)
* (5) Trotz dem alten Drachen - 2’09” (15)
* (6) Ihr aber seid nicht fleischlich, sondern geistlich - 2’44” (16)
* (7) Weg mit allen Schätzen - 1’07” (17)
* (8) So aber Christus in euch ist - 2’ 01” (18)
* (9) Gute Nacht, o Wesen - 3’35” (19)
* (10) So nun der Geist - 1’27” (20)
* (11) Weicht, ihr Trauergeister - 1’ 10” (21)

Besetzung:
Sopran I: Iris-Anna Deckert, Susan Eitrich, Melanie Thamm-Beck
Sopran II: Konstanze Fladt, Katja Schild, Annette Schneider-Spindler
Alt: Jan Hermann, Gudrun Köllner, Jochen Patscheke, Franz Vitzthum
Tenor: Christoph Claßen, Andreas Weller, Dietrich Wrase
Bass:Willie Pirzer, Martin Risch, Dominik Wörner
Solisten:
(4): Susan Eitrich (Sopran I) · Konstanze Fladt (Sopran II) · Gudrun Köllner (Alt)
(8): Franz Vizthum (Altus) · Andreas Weller (Tenor) · Dominik Wörner (Bass)

Jochen Arnold
(*1967)

* Diptychon secundum Iohannem op. 5 (1998) - 7’ 19” (22)

für 12 Vokalsolisten a capella (SSSAAATTTBBB)

Worte: Johannes 1, 1–5. 14 und Thomas Müntzer 1523
nach dem Hymnus Conditor alme siderum, Kempten, um 1000;
Strophen 1, 3, 6 vgl. Evangelisches Gesangbuch, Nr. 3
(Ersteinspielung)

Besetzung:
Sopran I: Iris-Anna Deckert · Sopran II: Konstanze Fladt
Sopran III: Melanie Thamm-Beck /Gudrun Köllner
Alt I: Katja Schild · Alt II: Franz Vitzthum · Alt III: Gudrun Köllner
Tenor I: Dieter Wagner · Tenor II: Christoph Claßen · Tenor III: Dietrich Wrase
Bass I: Martin Risch · Bass II:Willie Pirzer · Bass III: Dominik Wörner

Total - 51’46” (1-22)

Vokalsolistenensemble Gli Scarlattisti
Stephan Leuthold, Truhenorgel
Thorsten Bleich, Laute
Franziska Finckh, Barockvioloncello
Ulrike Klamp, Barockkontrabass
Leitung:
Jochen M.Arnold
Truhenorgel von Johannes Rohlf, Neubulach


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andrant

The best Scarlattisti's CD
This ensemble is excellent, among the best active today. And this is their best CD, I think - strange enough, this CD is available only here, and it's not even mentioned in the Scarlattisti's website. May be that it's no longer available in Germany, so hurry, and get your copy. There is no need to say much more, you can listen it by yourself. The contemporary composition is awful, though.