Schein: Israelsbrünnlein. Fontana d'Israel

COMPOSITEUR: Johann Hermann Schein
ÉDITION MUSICALE: Carus Verlag
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Recueil
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Chant
Israelsbrünnlein is one of the most significant motet collection in German music of the 17th century, composed by Johann Hermann Schein, who was certainly the most important Thomaskantor prior to Johann Sebastian Bach. Among the 26 pieces, composed in the Italian-Madrigalische Manir most of them are
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Compositeur Johann Hermann Schein
Éditeur Günter Graulich
Édition musicale Carus Verlag
Instrumentation Chant
Type de produit Recueil
Instrument Group Chant
Année d'édition 2015
Genre Mottet
ISMN 9790007166441
Nombre de pages 224
No. CV0402100
Description
Israelsbrünnlein is one of the most significant motet collection in German music of the 17th century, composed by Johann Hermann Schein, who was certainly the most important Thomaskantor prior to Johann Sebastian Bach. Among the 26 pieces, composed in the Italian-Madrigalische Manir most of them are based on Old Testament texts, hence the name of the collection. Originally written for festive or solemn occasions, such as weddings, funerals or graduations, they unite madrigal style with the polyphonic art of sacred motets.
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