Auf Wiener Art : music from the Habsburg Imperial Court.

Performer
Jardin Secret (Musical group) [Browse]
Format
Audio
Language
  • Italian
  • German
Published/​Created
Oxford, England : Coro, ℗2009.
Description
1 online resource (1 audio file)

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Subject(s)
Library of Congress genre(s)
Getty AAT genre
Contains
Notes
Principally excerpts of vocal works; the 3rd work for guitar; the 5th & 9th works for harpsichord; the 7th work originally for strings and continuo, arr. for guitar; the 12th work for viola da gamba.
Time and place of event
Recorded May 2009, St. Silas the Martyr Church, Kentish Town, London.
Source of description
Description based on hard copy version record.
Participant(s)/​Performer(s)
Le Jardin Secret (Elizabeth Dobbin, soprano ; David Blunden, harpsichord ; Sofie Vanden Eynde, theorbo, baroque guitar ; Romina Lischka, viola da gamba ; Marian Minnen, baroque cello, basse de violon).
Language note
Vocal works sung in Italian and German.
Contents
  • Il pomo d'oro. Ah quanto è vero / Antonio Cesti
  • Giasone. Infelice che ascolto? / Pier Francesco Cavalli
  • Tombeau de François Ginter / Jacques de Saint-Luc
  • Stärcke der Lieb. Fliesse, fliesse bach der Threnen / Johann Heinrich Schmelzer
  • Partita auff Die Maÿerin / Johann Jacob Froberger
  • Die vermeinte Brueder und Schwester Liebe. Wie dringen dan auf mich / Leopold I
  • Armonico tributo. Chaconne / Georg Muffat
  • Orfeo. Crudo serpe / Antonio Sartorio
  • Toccata 3 / Johann Kaspar Kerll
  • Orfeo. Son amante ma sfortunato / Antonio Sartorio
  • Leonida in Tegea. Il destin gia s'è placato / Antonio Draghi
  • L'echo du Danube. Sonata VI / Johann Schenck
  • Il fonte della salute. So che piace ; Orfeo ed Euridice. Rondinella / Johann Joseph Fux.
Other title(s)
  • Music from the Habsburg Imperial Court
  • Music from the Hapsburg Imperial Court
Publisher no.
COR16074
OCLC
823032076
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