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Performer: Heinrich Schuetz
Title: Cantiones Sacrae 1625
Country: German Democratic Republic (GDR)
Released: 1964
Style: Baroque
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3 FLAC MP2 TTA AHX VOC XM ADX MPC
FLAC size: 1129 mb | MP3 size: 1431 mb | WMA size: 1680 mb
Genre: Classical

Heinrich Schütz's Cantiones sacrae of 1625, from his 40th year (the middle of the road of life), stand apart from his other works. A group of some 40 four-voice motets (11 are presented here), they fall neither among the composer's splendid German adaptations of the Venetian polychoral style nor among the severe, stripped-down pieces he wrote late in life.

Heinrich Schütz Composer. Cantiones Sacrae, 41 motets for 2 sopranos, alto, bass and continuo, SWV 53-93, O. Work. Currende Vocal Ensemble, Erik Van Nevel Choir Conductor. uid commisisti, o dulcissimi puer, SWV 56; . go sum tui plaga doloris, SWV 57; . go enim inique egi, SWV 58. 13:12. 2. 1. d Dominum cum tribularer clamavi, SWV 71; 2. uid detur tibi, SWV 72.

Sacrae cantiones, 1614 works by Vincenzo Ugolini. Cantiones sacrae (Schütz), a collection of forty different pieces of vocal sacred music on Latin texts, composed by Heinrich Schütz and first published in 1625. This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Cantiones sacrae.

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 Schü (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).

Heinrich Schütz: Cantiones Sacrae, 1625.

Cantiones Sacrae 1625, Op. 4. 1-1. O Bone, O Dulcis, O Benigne Jesu. 1-2. Et Ne Despicias Humiliter Te Petentem. Composed By – Heinrich Schütz. Directed By, Organ – Manfred Cordes. Ensemble – Weser-Renaissance. Soprano Vocals – Mona Spägele. Tenor Vocals – John Potter (2), Rogers Covey-Crump. 1996 Total times: CD1 58:06; CD2 53:47.

Collegium Musicum Plagense. Rupert Gottfried Frieberger. Ursula Katzlinger (alto), Victor Lebloch (bass), Christoph Prinz (vocals), James Curry (tenor), Martin Steidler (vocals), Susanne Lebloch (soprano). Excerpt, Schütz: Cantiones sacrae 1625, SWV53-93. Schütz, Heinrich (1585-1672). Schütz: Cantiones sacrae 1625, SWV53-93. Schütz: Cantiones sacrae 1625: Passion Motets, SWV 53-60. Schütz: St John Passion, SWV 481. Label.

In 1625 during the Thirty Years War, Schutz published this collction as his opus 4. In the 40 Latin motets he used texts from the prayer book of Andreas Musculus, which is based on psalms and verses from the Song of Songs, as well as texts from the Gospels, devotional texts and various prayers.

Artists Heinrich Schütz Cantiones Sacrae. Cantiones Sacrae Heinrich Schütz. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Cantiones Sacrae. Cantiones Sacrae, Op.

COMPOSER: Heinrich Schütz. CHOIR: Dresden Chamber Choir. DIRECTOR: Hans-Christoph Rademann. More from this artist. Tell us what you think.

Tracklist

Heinrich Schütz - Cantiones Sacrae SWV 53-93
XXIX. Cantate Domino Canticum Novum (Psalm 149, 1-3)
XXXI. Veni, Rogo, In Cor Meum (Manuale Divi Augustini, Cap. V)
III. Deus, Misereatur Nostri (Psalm 66, 2 Vulgata)
!X. Verba Mea Auribus Percipe, Domine (Erster Teil: Psalm 5, 2-5)
X. Quoniam Ad Te Clamabo (Zweiter Teil)
XI. Ego Dormio, Et Cor Meum Vigilat (Erster Teil: Cant. Cant. 5, 2)
XII. Vulnerasti Cor Meum (Zweiter Teil: Cant. Cant. 4, 9)
I. O Bone, O Dulcis, O Benigne Jesu (Erster Teil: Bernhard Von Clairveaux In "Precationes Ex Veteribus Orthodoxis Doctoribus", 1571)
II. Et Ne Despicias Humiliter Te Petentum (Zweiter Teil)
IV. Quid Commisisti, O Dulcissime Puer (Erster Teil: Meditationes Divi Augustini Cap. VIII § 1-3)
V. Ego Sum Tui Plaga Doloris (Zweiter Teil)
VI. Ego Enim Inique Egi (Dritter Teil)
VII. Quo, Nate Dei, Quo Tua Descendit Humilitas (Vierter Teil)
VIII. Calicem Salutaris Accipiam (Fünfter Und Letzter Teil)
XXI. Aspice, Pater, Piissimum Filium (Erster Teil: Meditationes Divi Augustini, Cap. VII, 1)
XXII. Nonne Hic Est, Mi Domine, Innocens Ille (Zweiter Teil)
XXIII. Reduc, Domine Deus Meus, Oculus (Dritter Und Letzter Teil)
XXX. Inter Brachia Salvatoris Mei (Meditationes Divi Augustini, Cap. XXIII, 2)
XXIV. Supereminet Omnem Scientiam (Erster Teil: Meditationes Divi Augustini, Cap. XV, 3)
XXV. Pro Hoc Magno Mysterio (Zweiter Teil: Meditationes Divi Augustini, Cap. XV, 5)
XXXII. Ecce Advocatus Meus Apud Te (Meditationes Divi Augustini, Cap. V, 3)
XVI. Sicut Moses Serpentum In Deserto Exaltavit (Evang. Joh. 3, 14-15)
XVII. Spes Mea, Christe Deus (Meditationes Divi Augustini, Cap. XVIII)
XVIII. Turbabor, Sed Non Perturbaber (Manuale Divi Augustini, Cap. XXII)
XIX. Ad Dominum Cum Tribularer (Erster Teil: Psalm 119, 1-4, Vulgata)
XX. Quid Detur Tibi (Zweiter Teil)
XIII. Heu Mihi, Domine, Quia Peccavi Nimis (Responsorium Aus Dem Officium Defunctorum)
XV. Dulcissime Et Benignissime Christe (Meditationes Divi Augustini, Cap. XXXVI, 2)
XIV. In Te, Domine, Speravi (Psalm 30, 2-3, Vulgata)
XXXVI. Oculi Omnium In Te Sperant (Erster Teil: Psalm 144, 15-16, Vulgata)
XXXVII. Pater Noster, Qui Es In Coelis (Zweiter Teil: Evang. Matth. 6, 9-13)
XXXVIII. Domine Deus, Pater Coelestis (Dritter Und Letzter Teil: Tischgebet)
XXXIX. Confitemini Domino, Quoniam Ipse Bonus (Erster Teil: Psalm 135, 1 Und 146, 9-11, Vulgata)
XI. Gratias Agimus Tibi, Domine (Dritter Und Letzter Teil: Tischgebet)
XXXIII. Domine, Ne In Furore Tuo Arguas Me (Erster Teil: Psalm 6)
XXXIV. Quoniam Non Est In Morte, Qui Memor Sit Tui (Zweiter Teil)
XXXV. Discedite A Me (Dritter Teil)
XXVI. Domine, Non Est Exaltatum Cor Meum (Erster Teil: Psalm 130, Vulgata)
XXVII. Si Non Humiliter Sentiebam (Zweiter Teil)
XXVIII. Speret Israel In Domino (Dritter Teil)

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
M 33 8 20 446-448 Heinrich Schuetz* Cantiones Sacrae 1625 ‎(3xLP, Mono + Box) ETERNA M 33 8 20 446-448 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1964
6.35009 EK Heinrich Schütz - Dresdner Kreuzchor, Rudolf Mauersberger Heinrich Schütz - Dresdner Kreuzchor, Rudolf Mauersberger - Cantiones Sacrae ‎(3xLP + Box) Telefunken 6.35009 EK Germany 1978
8 25 446-448 Schütz* Cantiones Sacrae ‎(3xLP + Box) ETERNA 8 25 446-448 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1985