HANDEL BROCKES PASSION PDF
Ref. HWV German Title. Brockes Passion (Der für die Sünde der Welt gemarterte und sterbende Jesus). English Title. Passion after. Barthold Hinrich Brockes was a prolific poet of the early-German Enlightenment. From a literary standpoint Brockes’s most important and, indeed, voluminous. Sunday, March 25, | P.M.. Friday, March 30, | P.M.. . Christ the King Lutheran Church. Rice Boulevard, Houston. The Passion is.
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Brocks – Good Friday April 31, or April 12, – Thomaskirche, Leipzig Text Barthold Heinrich Brockes Handel made slight word modifications in the Brockes text, and set only movements, omitting occasional repetitive trio-aria commentaries, such as No.
Handel’s Brockes Passion is “an entirely worthy contribution to the repertory of its genre.
Oxford Church Anthems [C-1]. And how do you go about presenting this to a modern audience?
Brockes Passion (Handel) – Wikipedia
Brockes’s text is a paraphrase of the Passion brockex based on the accounts provided in the four Gospels. Ina Hamburg city councillor and poet, Barthold Heinrich Brockes, published an oratorio libretto: Brockes Passion [P-1] Handel: Dirk Kleinke ; Bass [Jesus]: Archived from the original on 24 September Handel also set the Faithful Soul aria, No.
M-1 The Stanford Archive Series: Handel provides only the first stanza of the three-stanza concluding chorale, No.
Sophie Klussmann ; Tenor [Petrus]: Christ Church Cathedral Choir Oxford. This new performance, however, has persuaded me that there is more of note in the music than I had previously realized.
Dmitri Hvorostovsky – Arie Antiche [P-1]. Handel Master Musicians Series.
Handel’s Brockes Passion
The Evangelist and other persons in the drama concerned with narrative dialogue sing in recitative, mainly secco but sometimes accompagnato. Since the German-born Handel had been resident in London. Michael Dahmen ; Bass [Jesus]: Why did he choose at this stage in his life to write a German oratorio, for a German audience? Stefanie Schmitt ; Tenors: Stadtsingechor Halle Choir Master: With the Brockes Passion I strongly feel that the hqndel and text alone should be sufficient to move the audience wherever they may want to go.
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What follows is a sequence of recitataives, arias, choruses and chorales. John Noble ; Soprano: Hubert Wild ; Soprano brokes Soul]: Handel was already well established in London when he wrote the Brockes Passion. Good Friday April 8, – Leipzig prepared for performance by J.
By Jane Shuttleworth19 February Complete Work Recordings of Individual Movements.
The present performance begins with a Sinfonia belonging to what is considered to be the earliest of the sources; Handel’s autograph has not survived. Barthold Hinrich Brockes was a prolific poet of the early-German Enlightenment.
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Click here for conditions of use. The Stanford Archive Series: Is the Brockes Passion really an opera in disguise? Henning Klocke ; Bass: Istvan Gati’s Jesus is also strong and persuasive. Mattheson on a series of four evenings.
Barthold Heinrich Brockes was an influential German poet who re-worked the traditional form of a Passion oratorio, adding reflective and descriptive poetry, sometimes of a highly-wrought and emotional kind, into the texture of his Passion. AprilMatthias Rademacher March To sum up, the solo singing, the stylish approach, the lively and affectionate direction have resulted in a splendid achievement.
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