Sound the Trumpet, Strike the Viol!

sun 21 feb 2021 11:00 

Early Music expert Kees Koudstaal serves up the most wonderful and recent classical and Early Music CD’s

This time: Bach by Phillipe Pierlot, Willem de Fesch by La Sfera Armoniosa, and Beethoven by René Jacobs.

1. Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
– ‘Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes’ Cantata BWV 76
Performed by: Maria Keohane, soprano. Carlos Mena, countertenor. Julian Prégardien, tenor. Matthias Vieweg, bass. Ricercar Consort and Collegium Vocale Gent conducted by Philippe Pierlot
(CD: ‘Bach – Soli Dei Gloria’, Mirare, MIR 490, 2020)


2. Willem de Fesch (1687-1761)
– Violin Concerto in C minor, Opus 5 no. 5
Performed by: Lidewij van der Voort, violin. La Sfera Armoniosa conducted by Mike Fentross
(CD: ‘Willem de Fesch – Concerti Grossi and Violin Concerto’, Challenge Classics, CC72829, 2020)


3. Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
– Uit de Missa Solemnis Opus 123: Benedictus
Performed by: Polina Pastirchak, soprano. Sophie Harmsen, mezzo-soprano. Steve Devislim, tenor. Johannes Weisser, bass. RIAS Kammerchor Berlin and Freiburger Barockorchester conducted by René Jacobs
(CD: ‘Beethoven – Missa Solemnis’, Harmonia Mundi, HMM 902427, 2021)

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