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Early Delights

Your Sunday repose with pleasant early music; special delights from 5 centuries of music history. This Sunday, a motet by Charpentier, Italian music from the time of Monteverdi, coral preludes by Bach and a French chanson from the 13th-century.

1. Louis Marchand (1669-1732).
Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1643-1704).
– Motet: Quemadmodum desiderat cervus (H. 174).
Ensemble Pierre Robert led by Frédéric Desenclos, organ.
(Alpha 138, 2008)
2. Giovanni Battista Riccio (ca.1570-ca.1630).
Sonata a 4.
Biagio Marini (1597-1665).
La Foscarina, sonata a 3, con il tremolo.
Carlo Filago (1589-1644).
Confitemini Domino.
Giovanni Picchi (ca.1571-1643).
Canzon Decima Quinta a 6.
Constanze Backes and Gerlinde Saemann, soprano. Hermann Oswald, tenor. Markus Flaig, bass. Instrumenta Musica led by Ercole Nisini, trombone.
(Ramée RAM 0805, 2008)
3. Bernard de Ventadorn (13th century).
Ben m’an perdut.
Millenarium: Carole Matras, vocals and harp. Christophe Deslinges, organetto. Thierry Gomar, percussion.
(Ricercar 233462 / RIC 210, 2001)
4. Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750).
Choralvorspiel BWV 659 "Nun Komm, der Heiden Heiland".
– Andante from: Trio BWV 528a a 2 Clavier e Pedale.
– Choralvorspiel BWV 649 "Ach bleib bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ".
– Adagio from: Trio BWV 583 a 2 Clavier e Pedale.
– Choralvorspiel BWV 645 "Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme".
Les Basses Réunies: Bruno Cocset, viola ‘Bettera’. Richard Myron, contrabass. Bertrand Cuiller, harpsichord and organ.
(Alpha 139, 2008)
wall painting in Krems, Rottmayer

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