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REMBRANDT VAN RIJN - MUSI

V/A

WORKS BY SCHUYT/VAN NOORDT/SWEELINCK/VAN EYCK/PURCELL

CD   4 disc(s)   24-05-2019
Classical

Levertijd : +/- 5 – 10 werkdagen

€ 36.95
Extra info: WORKS BY SCHUYT/VAN NOORDT/SWEELINCK/VAN EYCK/PURCELL
Label: ETCETERA
Barcode: 8711801016634
Artikelcode: X86083
Suffix - prefix: 1663 KTC

Paul van Nevel, Nederlands Kamerkoor, Leo van Doeselaar, The Flemish Baroque orchestra, B'Rock, Camerata Trajectina, The Consort of Musicke, Peter Kooij, Anne Grimm, More Maiorum, Peter Van Heyghen, Il Concerto delle Viole, L'Art du Bois, Roberto Gini, Mario Martinoli, Wieland Kuijken, Theorema, Pieter Dirksen, Pavlo Beznosiuk, Il gardellino

In 1919 is het precies 350 jaar geleden dat de Nederlandse schilder Rembrandt van Rijn overleed. Het is niets te veel gezegd zijn werk te beschouwen als de kwintessens van de Nederlandse kunst en cultuur in de Gouden Eeuw. Nederland was in Rembrandts tijd een land van schilders. Toch was er ook een rijk muziekleven. De componisten waren misschien niet zo wereldvermaard als de voorgaande generaties van de Franco-Vlaamse School, maar Rembrandt zou bijvoorbeeld Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck gekend kunnen hebben. Hij heeft in ieder geval diens zoon Dirk Janszoon horen spelen, die zijn vader als organist van de Oude Kerk opvolgde. Hoewel muziek nauwelijks een rol speelt in Rembrandts schilderijen, moet hij veel van de muziek gekend hebben die op deze vier cd’s is samengebracht als een klinkend portret van de tijd van Rembrandt. Een meesterlijke ‘Nachtwacht’ aan klanken, die bovendien een muzikale reis door Neerlands grote steden van die tijd en verder naar Italië en het Duitsland van de voorlopers van Bach biedt. En dat, uitgevoerd door musici en ensembles van de hoogste categorie.

If a time machine were to cast us back to the 17th century, to the Dutch Golden Age — the time of Rembrandt — we would be astonished at the efficient means of communication, at the accessibility of countries and of cities, and at the speed at which fashions could spread throughout Europe. A citizen of Amsterdam, the Hague or Utrecht could not only buy coffee, tea, tobacco and spices, the luxury goods from distant lands, but also music from Venice, Florence, Rome and Paris. This was possible thanks to well-organised international trade routes and to devoted travellers who sought inspiration in foreign lands and who on their return spread innovative ideas, tastes and fashions. Even more importantly, the latest ‘foreign’ music was easily available in the Netherlands, thanks to publishers in Antwerp and in Venice, as can be seen from the collection of music assembled by the Amsterdam city musician Antoni Pannenkoek. It could even have been possible that Pannenkoek and Rembrandt associated with each other, for they moved within the same circle of patrons.

The music presented in this boxed set is in itself proof of the means of communication available and the awareness of fashion in the Low Countries during the 17th century. It is a cosmopolitan programme, even though its leading characters are Dutchmen: Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, Constantijn Huygens and Jacob van Eyck. In the same way that Rembrandt could be up to date with the latest styles in painting from Italy without having visited the country, Huygens was extremely familiar with French and Italian music, the most important in Europe, through his extensive travels and correspondence. His own music was heavily influenced by foreign styles, for he had a low opinion of Dutch composers in general, with the possible exception of Sweelinck. Like Corneliszoon Hooft, he took inspiration from the latest works of Monteverdi, of Henry du Mont and of Antoine Boësset. He also had contact with Rembrandt and was possibly the first to recognise his genius at an early stage; Huygens was thirty-two years old when he put this down on paper in 1629, amidst the roar of cannon at the siege of Den Bosch.

CD 1: Leiden, Amsterdam
Cornelis Schuyt [1557-1616]:
1. Voi bramata 04:14
artists: 'Paul van Nevel' ' Nederlands Kamerkoor'

Anthoni van Noordt [1619-1675]:
2. Fantasia 1 in d 04:58
artists: 'Leo van Doeselaar'

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck [1562-1621]:
3. Psalm 23 Mon dieu me paist 07:51
4. Psalm 77 A Dieux ma voix 04:40
5. Psalm 114 Quand Israel 02:40
6. Mein junges Leben 07:05
artists: 'Nederlands Kamerkoor'

David Petersen [1651-1737]:
7. Speelstuk nr.1 09:32
artists: 'The Flemish Baroque orchestra B'Rock'

Jacob Cats [1577-1660]:
8. Schoon bloem-gewas 02:13
9. Liedt van een trouwhatende 02:25
10. De maeght in de borst 03:20
11 Klaegt-lied van Dina 03:35
12. Klachte van de dochter 04:58
artists: 'Camerata Trajectina '

Anonymus:
13. Amarillis 03:13
14. Brabantse dragondermars 01:02
artists: 'Camerata Trajectina '

Anthoni van Noordt [1619-1675]:
15. Fantasia 3 in e 06:36
artists: 'Leo van Doeselaar'

Claude Goudimel [1500/14-1572]:
16. Psalm 91 03:03
artists: 'Camerata Trajectina '

Nicolas Vallet [1583-1642]:
17. Pseaume 12 05:36
artists: 'Camerata Trajectina '

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck [1562-1621]:
18. Pseaume 51 03:29
artists: 'Camerata Trajectina '

CD 2: Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Utrecht
Jacob van Eyck [1589-1687]:
1. Psalm 103 05:31
artists: 'Camerata Trajectina '

Jan Baptiste Verrijt [c.1600-1650]:
2. Vulnera cor meum 03:54
3. O dulcis amor 03:10
4. Ah, horrida bella 03:06
5. Vulnerasti cor meum 02:30
artists: ' The Consort of Musicke'

Jacob van Eyck [1589-1687]:
6. Onse vader 04:48
artists: 'Camerata Trajectina '

Constantijn Huygens [1596-1687]:
7. Domine ne in furore 02:03
8. Avertisti faciem 03:15
9. Quare tristis es 02:19
10. Erravi Domine 03:17
11. De profundis clamavi 03:50
artists: 'Peter Kooij' 'Anne Grimm'


Jacob van Eyck [1589-1687]:
12. Preludium 00:40
artists: ' More Maiorum' 'Peter Van Heyghen'

Constantijn Huygens [1596-1687]:
13. Con la candida man 02:30
14. Va donna ingrata 02:27
15. Que ferons-nous 02:05
artists: 'Peter Kooij' 'Anne Grimm'

Dirck Camphuysen [1586-1627]:
16 Onnut… 02:32
artists: 'Camerata Trajectina '

Hendrick Speuij [1575-1625]:
17. Psalm 116 01:35
artists: 'Camerata Trajectina '

Gijsbert van Steenwick [1605-1679]:
18. Tricabylie 03:49
artists: 'The Flemish Baroque orchestra B'Rock'

Anonymus:
19. Amarillis 03:18
20. Daphne 04:49
artists: 'The Flemish Baroque orchestra B'Rock'

David Petersen [1651-1737]
21. Speelstuk nr.10 05:31
artists: 'The Flemish Baroque orchestra B'Rock'

CD 3: The South of the Netherlands • Italy
Jacobus Clemens Non Papa [c.1510-c.1556]:
1. Carole Magnus eras 05:51
artists: 'Paul van Nevel' ' Nederlands Kamerkoor'

Orlandus Lassus [1532-1594]:
2. Tristis est anima mea 02:29
artists: 'Paul van Nevel' ' Nederlands Kamerkoor'

Carlo Farina [c.1600-1639]:
3. Pavana 1 LII 06:27
4. Aria francese L I 01:20
5. Pavana 2 06:24
6. Gagliarda 8 01:18
artists: ' Il Concerto delle Viole'

Tarquinio Merula [1594-1665]:
7. Chiacona 03:01
artists: ' More Maiorum'

Maurizio Cazzati [1616-1678]:
8. Plaudite 08:46
artists: ' More Maiorum'

Nicolaes a Kempis [c.1600-1676]:
9. Symphonia seconda 04:54
artists: ' More Maiorum'

Gasparo Casati [c.1610-1641]:
10. O bone Jesu 04:48
artists: ' More Maiorum'

Dario Castello [1602-1631]:
11. Sonata ottava 04:32
artists: ' More Maiorum'

Nicolaes a Kempis [1600-1675]:
12. Symphonia quinta 03:57
artists: ' More Maiorum'

CD 4: Across the Channel, Germany
Christopher Simpson [1602-1669]:
1. Divisions for treble III 03:24
2. Divisions for treble I 01:30
artists: ' L'Art du Bois'


Francesco Corbetta [1615-1681]:
3. La Guitare Royalle 03:32
artists: ' L'Art du Bois'

Henry Purcell [1659-1695]:
4. Passacaille, two in one 03:03
artists: ' L'Art du Bois'

John Jenkins [1592-1678]:
5. Sonata a 2 04:21
artists: 'Roberto Gini' 'Mario Martinoli' 'Wieland Kuijken'

William Lawes [1602-1645]:
6. Fantasy 04:11
7. Aire 03:47
8. Aire 03:49
artists: 'Theorema '

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck [1562-1621]:
9. Allemand 03:55
artists: ' More Maiorum'

Heinrich Scheidemann [c.1595-1665]:
10. Englische Mascarata 03:44
artists: 'Pieter Dirksen'

Johann Jacob Walther [c.1650-1717]:
11. Aria in e 05:44
12. Imitatione del cuccu 08:08
artists: 'Pavlo Beznosiuk'

Johannes Schenk [1660-c.1720]:
13. Sonata terza in g 11:13
artists: 'Il gardellino '