Herzlich lieb hab ich dich, o Herr
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- Buxtehude - Cantata: Herzlich lieb hab' ich dich, o Herr.
- Heinrich Schütz: "Herzlich lieb hab ich dich, o Herr," SWV 348 - Symphoniae Sacrae II;
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Mailing List Contact Us. He achieved some fame additionally for the establishment of his Sunday afternoon concert series called Abendmusiken held on the five successive weekends before Christmas and it is for these concerts that much of his brilliant vocal music was written. The chorale-cantata Herzlich lieb hab ich dich, O Herr is considered one of the finest compositions of its kind in the 17th century.
Buxtehude sets all three versus of the chorale with breathtaking imagination.
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Introduction English This prelude is in two distinct sections, with the first section stricter in time and rhythm than the second and is rhythmically driven by suspirans figures. David Goode organ. The so-called 'Neumeister' chorales—an expansive collection of preludes, thirty-eight of which have now been confidently ascribed to Bach—were discovered only in the s.
Youthful experimentations perhaps, these masterclasses in concision here f Christopher Herrick organ.