Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Münchner Rundfunkorchester Howard Arman - Mendelssohn: Psalmen — Verleih uns Frieden Gnädiglich (2017)
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Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Münchner Rundfunkorchester Howard Arman - Mendelssohn: Psalmen — Verleih uns Frieden Gnädiglich (2017)

Artist: Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Münchner Rundfunkorchester, Howard Arman
Title: Mendelssohn: Psalmen — Verleih uns Frieden Gnädiglich
Year Of Release: 2017
Label: BR-Klassik
Genre: Classical
Quality: flac lossless +booklet
Total Time: 00:59:14
Total Size: 271 mb
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Tracklist
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01. Psalm 115, Op. 31, MWV A9 (Sung in Latin): Non nobis Domine
02. Psalm 115, Op. 31, MWV A9 (Sung in Latin): Domus Israel speravit
03. Psalm 115, Op. 31, MWV A9 (Sung in Latin): Adjiciat Domini super vos
04. Psalm 115, Op. 31, MWV A9 (Sung in Latin): Non mortui laudabunt
05. Cantata, Op. 42, MWV A15: Wie der Hirsch schreit
06. Cantata, Op. 42, MWV A15: Meine Seele dürstet nach Gott
07. Cantata, Op. 42, MWV A15: Meine Tränen sind
08. Cantata, Op. 42, MWV A15: Denn ich wollte
09. Cantata, Op. 42, MWV A15: Was betrübst du dich, meine Seele
10. Cantata, Op. 42, MWV A15: Mein Gott, betrübt ist
11. Cantata, Op. 42, MWV A15: Quintetto. Der Herr hat des Tages
12. Cantata, Op. 42, MWV A15: Was betrübst du dich, meine Seele
13. Psalm 98, Op. 91, MWV A23: Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied
14. Psalm 98, Op. 91, MWV A23: Der Herr lässt sein Heil verkündigen
15. Psalm 98, Op. 91, MWV A23: Jauchzet dem Herrn alle Weit
16. Psalm 98, Op. 91, MWV A23: Er wird den Erdkreis richten mit Gerechtigkeit
17. Hear My prayer, MWV B49 (Sung in German) [Version for Voice, Choir & Orchestra]
18. Verleih' uns Frieden, MWV A11

Hardly any other composer of his era was as deeply rooted in the German and European choral traditions as Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy. Strongly influenced by the art of Johann Sebastian Bach, which he had encountered in the Berlin Singakademie under his teacher Carl Friedrich Zelter, the young composer wrote a series of eight chorale cantatas, including Verleih uns Frieden gnädiglich (Give us Thy blessed peace, 1831) - a short prayer for choir and

orchestra set to words by Martin Luther. Mendelssohn's five wide-ranging and large-scale psalm settings became even more famous, and three of them can be heard here. The first piece in the group is the multi-part setting of Psalm 115 Non nobis Domine (Not unto us, O Lord) for soloists, choir and orchestra, op. 31 (1829/30), which was probably begun during the composer’s first stay in England and reveals his fascination for Händel's music.

Mendelssohn himself considered Wie der Hirsch schreit (As pants the hart), a multi-part, cantata-like setting of Psalm 42 for soprano, choir and orchestra, op. 42 (1837/38), to be the best work of this group. Also highly praised by Robert Schumann, it remains one of the composer’s most famous choral works to this day. For the newly-formed Berlin Cathedral Choir, he also wrote a setting of Psalm 98 Singet dem Herren ein neues Lied (Sing to the Lord a new-made song) for soloists, choir and orchestra, op. 91, and in response to requests from London he composed Hear my Prayer, a 'hymn' based on Psalm 55 for soprano, choir and organ, which he later orchestrated.

The piece became one of his most famous sacred works in Victorian England. The new CD from BR-KLASSIK contains these five high-profile psalm settings in a recording made on December 17, 2016 in Munich’s Prinzregententheater. The regularly praised Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks is joined by soloists Johanna Winkel, Julian Prégardien and Krešimir Stražanac, together with the Munich Rundfunkorchester conducted by Howard Arman.





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