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Mp3 Heinrich Schütz - Weser-Renaissance / Manfred Cordes - Cantiones Sacrae

  • Performer: Heinrich Schütz - Weser-Renaissance / Manfred Cordes
  • Album: Cantiones Sacrae
  • Label: cpo
  • Catalog #: 999 405-2
  • MP3: 2312 mb | FLAC: 1507 mb
  • Released: 1996
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Baroque
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 699
  • Category: Classical
Mp3 Heinrich Schütz - Weser-Renaissance / Manfred Cordes - Cantiones Sacrae


1Verba Mea Auribus Percipe, Domine
2Quid Detur Tibi
3Quoniam Ad Te Clamabo, Domine
4Ego Dormio, Et Cor Meum Vigilat
5Si Non Humiliter Sentiebam
6Quid Commisisti, O Dulcissime Puer
7Turbabor, Sed Non Perturbabor
8Nonne Hic Est, Mi Domine
9O Bone, O Dulcis, O Benigne Jesu
10In Te, Domine, Speravi
11Deus Misereatur Nostri
12Gratias Agimus Tibi, Domine Deus Pater
13Veni, Rogo, In Cor Meum
14Dulcissime Et Benignissime Christe
15Quo, Nate Dei, Quo Tua Descendit
16Pater Noster: Repetatur
17Spes Mea, Christe Deus
18Inter Brachia Salvatoris Mei
19Oculi Omnium In Te Sperant, Domine
20Heu Mihi, Domine, Quia Peccavie Nimis
21Pro Hoc Magno Mysterio Pietatis
22Ego Enim Inique Egi
23Vulnerasti Cor Meum
24Confitemini Domino, Quoniam Ipse Bonus
25Ad Dominum Cum Tribularer Clamavi
26Domine Deus, Pater Coelestis
27Domine, Ne In Furore Tuo Arguas Me
28 Cantiones Sacrae 1625, Op. 4
29Calicem Salutaris Accipiam
30Pater Noster, Qui Es In Coelis
31Sicut Moses Serpentem In Deserto Exaltavit
32Speret Israel In Domino
33Supereminet Omnem Scientiam
34Et Ne Despicias Humiliter Te Petentem
35Cantate Domino Canticum Novum
36Aspice Pater Piissimum Filium
37Quoniam Non Est In Morte
38Discedite A Me Omnes
39Reduc, Domine Deus Meus
40Ecce Advocatus Meus Apud Te
41Ego Sum Tui Plaga Doloris
42Domine, Non Est Exaltatum Cor Meum


  • Alto VocalsRalf Popken
  • Bass VocalsPeter Kooij
  • ChitarroneThomas Ihlenfeldt
  • Co-producerSender Freies Berlin
  • Composed ByHeinrich Schütz
  • DesignOlaf Rothe
  • Edited By [Digital Editing]Monika Steffens, Ricarda Molder
  • Engineer [Recording]Ekkehard Stoffregen
  • EnsembleWeser-Renaissance
  • Executive-ProducerBernhard Morbach, Burkhard Schmilgun
  • Organ, Supervised ByManfred Cordes
  • Painting [Cover]Rembrandt
  • Photography – B. P. Keiser
  • Recording SupervisorGünter Griewisch
  • Soprano VocalsMona Spägele
  • Tenor VocalsJohn Potter , Rogers Covey-Crump


℗ 1996
Total times: CD1 58:06; CD2 53:47.
Recorded in Kirche zum Heilsbronnen, Berlin-Schöneberg on 8-13 January (1995?).
40-page booklet in German, English & French.
Made in Germany


  • Barcode: 7 61203 94052 3
  • Label Code: LC 8492
  • SPARS Code: DDD


  • Recorded At – Kirche Zum Heilsbronnen, Berlin


Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Heinrich Schütz Weser-Renaissance, Manfred Cordes. Play album. Cantiones Sacrae. 0 listeners. 1996 41 tracks. Cantiones sacrae Vocal sacred music, literally: Sacred chants, Op. 4, is a collection of forty different pieces of vocal sacred music on Latin texts, composed by Heinrich Schütz and first published in 1625. The pieces have individual numbers 53 to 93 in the Schütz-Werke-Verzeichnis SWV, the catalogue of his works. The general title Cantiones sacrae was common at the time and was used by many composers, including Palestrina, Byrd and Tallis 1589 and 1591 and Hans Leo Hassler 1591. Schutz: Geistliche Chor-Music 1648. Schutz, Heinrich Performer, Weser-Renaissance Bremen Performer, Manfred Cordes Performer & 0 more Format: Audio CD. Heinrich Schütz: Cantiones Sacrae. HEINRICH SCHUTZ. 0 out of 5 stars 2. Cantiones sacrae is the long-awaited follow up to Magnificats critically acclaimed 25th anniversary recording, Scattered Ashes. The Cantiones sacrae is an. Album 2000 41 Songs. Cantiones sacrae, Op. Weser-Renaissance Bremen & Manfred Cordes. Aspice, Pater, piissimum filium, SWV 73. Nonne hic est, SWV 74. The Cantiones sacrae is an unusual work that stands quite apart from Schützs other published sacred music in both scale and style. The collection comprises forty Latin motets for four voices, plus a figured bass for continuo accompaniment realized on this recording by lute, violone and organ, which was added later by the composer. Conductors: Cordes, Manfred Ensemble: Weser-Renaissance. Giovanni De Macque was a member of the last generation of Franco-Flemish composers during Europe's early modern period. Although he is hardly known today, . The Weser-Renaissance Ensemble numbers among the renowned ensembles specializing in the music of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The repertoire from Josquin Desprez to . Release group by Heinrich Schütz Weser-Renaissance, Manfred Cordes. 2 CD. DE1996. Classic Produktion Osnabrück. Release group information. Artist: Heinrich Schütz Weser-Renaissance, Manfred Cordes

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