Sacred Songs of Sorrow


Sacred songs from Protestant Germany of the late 16th and early 17thcentury

In Lutheran music the viol became particularly associated with the affect oflamento. This finds its roots in the string accompaniments to Italian operatic laments—a genre which had become much in vogue after Monteverdi’s second opera Arianna.

On this disc of music from Protestant Germany Charivari Agréable is joined by the distinguished tenor, Rodrigo del Pozo.

A fascinating, emotionally satisfying and rewarding release – BBC Music Magazine

Decidedly out of the ordinary – Gramophone

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Charivari Agréable Simfonie

RELEASE DATE: 17/04/2000
BARCODE: 635212001820

1. Dum tot carminibys Johann Erasmus Kindermann

2. Grablied Symphonia Johann Erasmus Kindermann

3. Lamentatio Prima du Jeudi Saint Joseph-Hector Fiocco

4. Symphonia Johann Erasmus Kindermann

5. Herzen- und Trostspruch: Herr Jesu Christ David Schedlich

6. Symphonia Johann Erasmus Kindermann

7. Es was aber an der Statte, da er gekreuziget ward” O Traurigkeit, O Herzeleid Christian Geist

8. Drifache Fuga Johann Erasmus Kindermann

9. Ach, Dass ich Wasswes g’nug hatte Johann Christoph Bach

10. Trost-Klang: Lamento Johann Fischer

11. De funere ad vitam: Alleluia Christian Geist

12. Sonata a tre viol da gamba Johann Michael Nicolai

13. Ciaconi Johann Michael Nicolai

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