Johann Kaspar Kerll, La Risonanza, Fabio Bonizzoni - Missa "Non Sine Quare" FLAC album
Kerll: Missa non sine quare. Conductor: Fabio Bonizzoni Ensemble: Risonanza, La Composer: Johann Caspar Kerll.
Missa "Non sine quare" for 4 voices & instruments. 2. Kyrie, Christe, Kyrie.
Kerll: Missa non sine quare. Released on: 2012-02-07. Auto-generated by YouTube. Risonanza, La Ensemble, Fabio Bonizzoni Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 12 Length: 53:13. Johann Kaspar Kerll Composer. Missa non sine quare Work. Fabio Bonizzoni Conductor, Risonanza, La Ensemble.
Johann Caspar Kerll: Missa "Non sine quare". 8 Missa "Non sine quare" for 4 voices & instruments~Agnus Dei La Risonanza 2:23. 9 Ama cor meum, for contralto, tenor, 2 violins & continuo (from Delectus sacrarum cantionum) La Risonanza 7:28. 10 Dignare me, for soprano, contralto, bass & continuo (from Delectus sacrarum cantionum) La Risonanza 2:39.
Missa Non sine quare. Performer: La Risonanza/Fabio Bonizzoni (organ). Johann Caspar Kerll worked mainly in Vienna, during the 17th century. He was pupil of Carissimi and teacher of Pachelbel, thus belonging within the line of succession culminating in JS Bach, who much admired his music. This Mass, published in 1689, certainly reveals Kerll as a polished if at times meandering contrapuntist, with a plethora of descriptive ideas somewhat underdeveloped in the extended texts of Gloria and Credo. The terser Sanctus and Benedictus are more rewarding, particularly in a dancing ‘Hosanna’
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Composed by Johann Kaspar Kerll (1627-1689). South German church music of the Baroque. German title: Missa Non sine qua re 1100601.
|1||Introitus: Cibavit Eos (Gregorian)||1:03|
|Missa "Non Sine Quare" For 4 Voices & Instruments|
|2||Kyrie, Christe, Kyrie||3:31|
|4||Graduale Trio Sonata in F-major||6:32|
|6||Offertorium: Plaudentes Virgini||3:45|
|7||Sanctus Et Benedictus||4:17|
|9||Communio: Ama Cor Meum||7:25|
|11||Post Communid: Sonata In G-minor||7:13|
|12||Deo Gratias: Regina Caeli Laetare||2:31|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Symphonia
- Recorded At – Chiesa Di San Lorenzo, Laino
- Bass Vocals – Sergio Foresti
- Composed By – Johann Kaspar Kerll
- Cornett – Peter Birner
- Countertenor Vocals – Emanuele Bianchi
- Directed By, Organ, Liner Notes – Fabio Bonizzoni
- Engineer – Roberto Chinellato
- Ensemble – La Risonanza
- Liner Notes – Marc Vanscheeuwijck
- Liner Notes [French Translation] – Nina Bernfeld
- Liner Notes [German Translation] – Peter Weber
- Mastered By – Roberto Meo
- Painting [Cover] – Guido Reni
- Producer, Edited By, Liner Notes [English Translation] – Sigrid Lee
- Recording Supervisor – Andrea Dandolo
- Soprano Vocals – Elisa Franzetti
- Tenor Vocals – Mario Cecchetti
- Theorbo – Ivan Pelà
- Violin – Carla Marotta, David Plantier
- Violoncello – Olaf Reimers
- Violone – Giorgio Sanvito
Notes℗ 1999 Symphonia
Recorded at Chiesa Di San Lorenzo, Laino, Italy May 1999
Total Time: 53'57"
Cover Painting: Guido Reni "St Michael Archangel" (detail), 1636, Santa Maria della Concezione dei Cappuccini, Rome
Jewel case with booklet with notes and sung text in Italian, English, French, German + Spanish
Made in Italy
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8 012783 991712
|PC 10259||Johann Kaspar Kerll, La Risonanza, Fabio Bonizzoni||Johann Kaspar Kerll, La Risonanza, Fabio Bonizzoni - Missa Non Sine Quare (CD, RE)||Pan Classics||PC 10259||Europe||2012|