首頁CD古典合唱 〉哲仁卡: 耶利米哀歌
商品訊息
作者書籍
哲仁卡: 耶利米哀歌

哲仁卡: 耶利米哀歌
Zelenka: Lamentationes Jeremiæ Prophetæ


作者  /  一七零四聯盟古樂團 Collegium Marianum/ Jana Semeradova/ Damien Guillon/ Daniel Johannsen/ Tomas Kral

出版社 / SUPRAPHON RECORDS

出版日期 / 2014/11/17

商品語言 / 德文

定價 / NT$600

售價 / 9折, NT$ 540

※ 無庫存


哲仁卡: 耶利米哀歌 其它優惠/消息


introduction all_character


內容簡介

The emotive Old Testament Book of Lamentations, ascribed to the Prophet Jeremiah, has been the subject of a number of settings since the Middle Ages, with that of Jan Dismas Zelenka occupying a significant position among them. One of his first mature works composed during his time at the Dresden court, the Lamentations, alongside the Sepolcri, written for Prague (Supraphon SU 4068-2),and Responsories,are intended for Holy Week. In his Lamentations, performed as part of the liturgy of Tenebrae, the Service of Shadows, Zelenka succeeded in combining the contemplative aspect with a powerful dramatic charge. His penchant for unusual instrumentation is evident in, for instance, the final Lamentation (solo violin, bassoon and chalumeau, an instrument akin to todays clarinet). Zelenka only set to music two lessons of the first Nocturn for each day; on the present recording, every third reading takes the form of Gregorian chant, as was most likely heard at the Dresden court. The renowned Collegium Marianum ensemble has materialised the very first complete recording of Zelenkas Lamentations in the second millennium, one characterised by rigorous instrumentation, profound performance and remarkably conceived by three stellar soloists (Damien Guillon, Daniel Johannsen andTomáš Král). Chain, Prague, May 21, 22 and 26, 2014 Recording director Jiří Gemrot, sound engineer Aleš Dvořák The emotive Old Testament Book of Lamentations, ascribed to the Prophet Jeremiah, has been the subject of a number of settings since the Middle Ages, with that of Jan Dismas Zelenka occupying a significant position among them. One of his first mature works composed during his time at the Dresden court, the Lamentations, alongside the Sepolcri, written for Prague (Supraphon SU 4068-­‐2), and Responsories, are intended for Holy Week. In his Lamentations, performed as part of the liturgy of Tenebrae, the Service of Shadows, Zelenka succeeded in combining the contemplative aspect with a powerful dramatic charge. His penchant for unusual instrumentation is evident in, for instance, the final Lamentation (solo violin, bassoon and chalumeau, an instrument akin to today’s clarinet). Zelenka only set to music two lessons of the first Nocturn for each day; on the present recording, every third reading takes the form of Gregorian chant, as was most likely heard at the Dresden court.

 







詳細資料

誠品26碼 /2680923616007
ISBN 13 /0099925417321
ISBN 10 /9925417325
EAN /0099925417321

級別
語言德文




Share/Save/Bookmark

查看全台書店有無此商品

 

熱銷商品