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AE-10076

Ludwig Daser (c.1526-1589)

Ave Maria

Vokal Ensemble München

Contenu:
Ludwig Daser (c.1526-1589) Missa super "Ave Maria"
Ludwig Daser (c.1526-1589) Introitus "Salve Sancta parens”
Ludwig Daser (c.1526-1589) Alleluja "Sancta dei genitrix"
Ludwig Daser (c.1526-1589) Ad te levavi oculos meos - Miserere nostri (instrumental)
Ludwig Daser (c.1526-1589) Communio "Beata viscera”
Ludwig Daser (c.1526-1589) Benedictus Dominus
Ludwig Daser (c.1526-1589) Salvum me fac Deus
Ludwig Daser (c.1526-1589) Ecce nunc benedicite
Ludwig Daser (c.1526-1589) Dominus regit me
Ludwig Daser (c.1526-1589) Salvum me fac Deus (instrumental)
Josquin Desprez (c.1450-1521) Ave Maria à 4
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Vokal Ensemble München (Choir)
Gruppe für Alte Musik München (Un groupe de six cuivres historiques.)
Durée totale: 1:2 (h:m)
Booklet: 24p., Allemand Anglais Français
Numéro de catalogue AE 10076
EAN 4026798100766
Catégorie de produit: CD
Date de sortie: 01/06/2003
€ 17,54 (including tax)

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American Record Guide Loewen, :

“Daser's style of composition is first rate.”
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This is the first recording of sacred music by the German Renaissance master Ludwig Daser (1526-89). It includes the Proper Mass for the Veneration of the Virgin Mary, complete with polyphonic settings of the Ordinary and motets in place of the Propers. Daser served as Kapellmeister at the court of Munich under the patronage of Duke Albrecht V. Following the arrival of Lassus, only a few years Daser's junior, duties of composition were divided at court. Daser tended to the church music while the internationally renowned Lassus saw to the chamber music, which required a composer of greater sophistication. In 1571, Daser moved on to the Protestant court of Stuttgart, where he built a grand ensemble of 45 singers. The Protestant alterations that occur in the Mass text performed here, together the large musical forces it requires, suggests that this work was intended for Stuttgart. The program concludes with a six-voice modification of Josquin's famous four-voice motet 'Ave Maria'. This revision may actually have been the work of Daser himself.
Daser's style of composition is first rate. He is, in general, more reserved than Lassus. The alternation of imitative and chordal writing that persists in Daser's music is similar, but Daser is more cautious in his use of dissonance. Cornets and trombones accompany voices here, as was traditional for the concerto motets and Mass movements of this period. Notes and Latin texts appear with English translations.
LOEWEN

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American Record Guide :

Daser's style of composition is first rate.
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