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Heinichen: Lamentationes; Passionsmusik

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Disc: 1
1. Lamentationes Jeremiae prophetae: Lamentatio I: Incipit lamentatio Jeremiae (Seibel 71)
2. Lamentationes Jeremiae prophetae: Lamentatio II: Vau. Et egressus est (Seibel 72)
3. Lamentationes Jeremiae prophetae: Lamentatio III: Jod. Manum suam misit hostis (Seibel 73)
4. Beatus Vir: Beatus vir (Seibel 26)
5. Alma mater redemptoris: Alma mater redemptoris (Seibel 22: 1726)
6. Nisi Dominus aedificaverit: Nisi Dominus aedificaverit (Seibel 99: 1723)
7. De Profundis: De profundis (Seibel 35)
Disc: 2
1. Nicht das Band, das dich bestricket: 1. Aria : Nicht das Band, das dich bestricket
2. Nicht das Band, das dich bestricket: 2. Recitativo : So schleppt man dich zum richthaus fort
3. Nicht das Band, das dich bestricket: 3. Coro : Kommt, Schauet Petrus' Tranen an
4. Nicht das Band, das dich bestricket: 4. Recitativo : Ruchloser Geist. verraterischer Sinn
5. Nicht das Band, das dich bestricket: 5. Aria : Ach mein Mund, ach meine Zunge
6. Nicht das Band, das dich bestricket: 6. Recitativo Was nutzt mir's nun , dass ich so rein an fussen
7. Nicht das Band, das dich bestricket: 7. Aria Mein Herze, quille Blut
8. Nicht das Band, das dich bestricket: 8. Recitativo : O weh! Die ganze Schar schnaubt voller Grimm
9. Nicht das Band, das dich bestricket: 9. Aria : Die Sporne, die meinen Erloser durchstechen
10. Nicht das Band, das dich bestricket: 10. Recitativo : Jetzt lozen sie dich auf
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Product Details

  • Orchestra: Musica Antiqua Koln
  • Conductor: Reinhard Goebel
  • Composer: Johann David Heinichen
  • Audio CD (April 9, 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Archiv Produktion
  • ASIN: B0000057F1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #340,317 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 16, 1998
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Heinichen was not only a contemporary of Bach he also moved in the same circles. The main interest on this 2CD set, the oratorio Nicht das Band das dich bestricket, was first performed in Dresden the very same Sunday in 1724 on which Bach premiered his St. John Passion in Leipzig, and after Heinichen (two years his senior) died Bach applied for the higher profile vacant position in Dresden. Historical curiousity aside the Oratorio and a thundering solo bass setting of Warum toben die Heiden are actually pretty good. Certainly as good as some of Telemann's or even Bach's lesser known works. The only strange thing about this set is Archiv's decision to release one 59'11" CD of Latin Lamentations and Psalms together with another 70'01" CD of German works. One can't help wondering if Heinichen would have been better served by splitting them up, as he himself did for contemporary audiences. That said the music on the Latin disc is just as good as on the German one. If you like Biber and Telemann you'll like this.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Senior Citizen on January 21, 2005
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I came across this work in my search for more music by Heinichen which I had earlier discovered in my search for music by Zelenka. These two are among my very favorite Baroque composers. Notwithstanding the previous three star review I went ahead and bought this two disc set. It is absolutely great music. I know I repeat myself, but it is difficult to find superlatives. The first disc with the Latin hymns is fine, but the second disc with the oratorio Nicht Das Band absolutely blew me out of the ballpark. This is great music.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Reviewer on September 10, 2011
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Set the "Three B's" aside for a moment. Consider the "Three H's" of German-Austrian music: Johann David Heinichen (1683-1729), Johann Adolf Hasse (1699-1783), and Joseph Haydn (1732-1809). All three were immensely successful and well-known in their lifetimes, and all three deserved their success. No one could claim that Haydn has been neglected by posterity, but Heinichen and Hasse were cast into archival obscurity until recent decades. Even Haydn, I think, has been under-appreciated. Part of the problem has been that all three have been devalued for who they weren't -- Heinichen for not being Bach, Hasse for not being Gluck, and Haydn for not being Mozart. Oh well, blame the Romantic musicologists! Deep-sixing Heinichen, Hasse, and much of the work of Haydn has been "our" loss as music lovers.

The Three H's had more in common than their initials. They shared the fortune of working for, composing for, patrons of extravagant wealth -- Heinichen and Hasse successively for Augustus the Strong, Haydn for the moneybags Prince Anton Esterházy -- who provided the composers with the most excellent singers and instrumentalists on the market, opulent venues for performances, and properly appreciative audiences. [When Gus the Strong applauded, his courtiers did also.] Working in such courts, all three H's had motives for composing works of grand scale, both secular and sacred All three were commissioned to compose 'major' works for Catholic rites and ceremonies, accessing the richest musical traditions of Counter-Reformation Italy. Heinichen wrote at least 12 masses plus dozens of significant liturgical settings. Hasse wrote only two masses, but four magnificent oratorios and five extended vespers. Haydn wrote 14 masses plus the immense oratorio The Creation.
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