Zelenka & Hasse - Sacred Music for Dresden Cathedral
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Label: Pan Classics
Cat No: PC10402
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 3rd May 2019
WorksConfitebor tibi Domine in F major
Miserere in C minor
Confitebor tibi Domine in C minor, ZWV71
Miserere in C minor, ZWV57
ArtistsAccademia Barocca Lucernensis
ConductorJavier Ulises Illan
With its focus on religious music, this recording provides a reflection of this golden age, while pointing up the differences which existed between two separate periods at the Dresden court: the first came under the influence of French musical taste (1670-1733) and in it the highly distinctive, very personal style of Jan Dismas Zelenka was developed, whilst the other, lively and monumental (1733-1764) and headed by Johann Adolph Hasse, bore Italian influences.
The baroque ensemble Accademia Barocca Lucernensis (ABL) was founded in 2014 by the conductor Javier Ulises Illán and the cultural manager Martin Caduff in Lucerne (Switzerland). ABL comprises both an orchestra and a choir and follows historically informed performance practices on period instruments and with period tunings.
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