Matthias Weckmann, Siebe Henstra - Sämtliche Klavierwerke mp3 album
Matthias Weckmann, Siebe Henstra - Sämtliche Klavierwerke (CD). The Gents (2), Peter Dijkstra, Diapente Viol Consort, Siebe Henstra. The Gents (2), Peter Dijkstra, Diapente Viol Consort, Siebe Henstra - The Gentlemen Of The Chapel Royal (SACD, Hybrid, Multichannel).
Matthias Weckmann was a composer active in central and north Germany in the middle of the seventeenth century. The letter "n" at the end of his surname is usually doubled; the variant used here is acceptable, but the fluctuating usage in the booklet is not. In broad terms he was one of Bach's ancestors; his orientation and apprenticeship encompassed both Italian (via Froberger, an acquaintance and strong influence) and French elements. Each of these is treated somewhat idiosyncratically, and two discs' worth of unfamiliar seventeenth century music are never dull here.
Other albums by Ensemble la Fenice, Siebe Henstra. Bach: 6 Sonatas for Violin and Harpsichord. Ensemble la Fenice, Siebe Henstra 5/12/2009.
By Matthias Weckmann, Ricercar Consort. Variations on Lucidor einss hutt der Schaf - Siebe Henstra. 8. Toccata in E Minor - Siebe Henstra. 9. Partita No. 4 in E Minor - Siebe Henstra. More Matthias Weckmann. Listen to Weckman: Kammermusik & klaviermusik now. Listen to Weckman: Kammermusik & klaviermusik in full in the this site app.
Matthias Weckmann is doubtless the most fascinating Hamburg composer of the mid-17th century . Ricercar Consort, La Fenice, Siebe Henstra, Bernard Foccroulle.
Matthias Weckmann (Weckman) (probably 1616–24 February 1674) was a German musician and composer of the Baroque period. He was born in Niederdorla (Thuringia) and died in Hamburg. His musical training took place in Dresden (as a chorister at the Saxon Court, under the direction of Heinrich Schütz), then in Hamburg where he worked with the famous organist Jacob Praetorius at the Saint Peter's church (Petrikirche).
Matthias Weckmann (1616–24 - 1674) Komm, heiliger Geist, Herre Gott, Secundus Versus (Friedhelm Flamme). Matthias Weckmann (1616–24 - 1674) Komm, heiliger Geist, Herre Gott, Tertius Versus (Friedhelm Flamme). Matthias Weckmann (1616 - 1674) Canzon in G (Hans Davidsson). Matthias Weckmann (1616–1674) Four Variations on the Song 'Die lieblichen Blicke'. Matthias Weckmann (1616–24 - 1674) Gelobet seist Du, Jesu Christ.
|5||Toccata Vel Praeludium D-Moll|
|7||Lucidor Eins Hütt Der Schaf|
|14||Die Lieblichen Blicke (Partita)|
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- Copyright (c) – Musidisc
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- Composed By – Matthias Weckmann
- Harpsichord [Clavecin], Clavichord [Clavicorde] – Siebe Henstra
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- Barcode: 3 229262 066822
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