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G.P. Telemann – Harmonischer Gottesdienst (1999)

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G.P. Telemann – Harmonischer Gottesdienst (1999)

Kein Vogel kann, TWV 1:994
1.   		Aria: Kein Vogel kann im weiten Fliegen 00:03:56
2.   		Recitativo: Kein Mensch darf den geringer schatzen 00:01:04
3.   		Aria: Erwage, sichrer Mensch, mit Beben 00:05:54
Deines neuen Bundes Gnade, TWV 1:212
4.   		Aria: Deines neuen Bundes Gnade 00:04:53
5.   		Recitativo: Wer hat den Schaum der wilden Wasserwogen 00:01:50
6.   		Ich zweifle nicht, ich bin gerecht 00:04:04
Schau nach Sodom nicht zurucke, TWV 1:1243
7.   		Aria: Schau nach Sodom nicht zurucke 00:03:40
8.   		Recitativo: Durch Christum von Gesetze los zu sein 00:01:16
9.   		Aria: Enthatlet Euch, das zu erfullen 00:04:36
Die Ehre des herrlichen Schopfers, TWV 1:334
10.   		Aria: Die Ehre des herrlichen Schopfers zu melden 00:02:59
11.   		Recitativo: Der Undank ist zu gross 00:01:32
12.   		Aria: Singet Gott in eurem Herzen 00:03:49
Verfolgter Geist, wo, TWV 1:1467
13.   		Aria: Verfolgter Geist, wohin 00:02:52
14.   		Recitativo: So ist es gross ist die Gefahr 00:02:24
15.   		Aria: So kampfet, gerustete Krieger, mit Freuden! 00:03:56
Locke nur, Erde, TWV 1:1069
16.   		Aria: Locke nur, Erde, mit schmeichelndem Reize 00:04:47
17.   		Recitativo: Verstummet nur, verkehrte Lehrer 00:01:06
18.   		Aria: Verlass den Bau der ird'schen Hutte 00:03:58
Packe dich, gelahmter Drache, TWV 1:1222
19.   		Aria: Packe dich, gelahmter Drache 00:04:04
20.   		Recitativo: Der Helfer sei Gelobt 00:02:11
21.   		Aria: Hinweg, o hollisches Getummel 00:04:00

Monica Frimmer, soprano
Rufus Müller, tenor
Bernhard Hirtreiter, tenor
Gotthold Schwarz, bass
Pieter Affourtit, violin
Gerhard Darmstadt, cello
Alfredo Bernardini, oboe
Christian Beuse, bassoon
Myriam Eichberger, recorder
Linde Brunnmayer, transverse flute
Christoph Hammer, organ and harpsichord

 

Telemann composed his 72 cantatas that comprise the Harmonishcher Gottesdienst with both the amateur and professional musician in mind. The short three-part works are easy enough that they present an attainable challenge to the amateur musician, yet difficult enough that an accomplished performer can make them shine. Telemann was apparently intent on making money from this series by aiming it at the largest possible market, additionally insuring its success by making it available in installments on a subscription plan. The cantatas on this current CD cover many topics, including praise of God, and getting through tough times with His help. Another theme is the giving up of wicked, worldly ways, this most obviously expounded in Cantata No. 48, “Look not back on Sodom!” In this work, the composer set a text loaded with warnings about the wages of sin to the most delightful and bucolic of melodies. Could this have been an “in joke” from a man who was making quite a good living from selling his wares and thus might not have found all earthly pleasures undesirable? The performances, as in the rest of the CDs in this series, hew a middle course between earnest amateur and trained professional, with soprano Monika Frimmer once again emerging as the most accomplished soloist. The obligato playing is handled well and the basso continuo is rock solid. Better sound on this one than some of the others: cleaner, better balanced, and more open. ---Classicstoday.com

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