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Ludwig Güttler, Ute Selbig, Virtuosi Saxoniae - Musik für die Frauenkirche Dresden 1996 Album

Performer:

Ludwig Güttler, Ute Selbig, Virtuosi Saxoniae

Title:

Musik für die Frauenkirche Dresden 1996

Genre:

Classical

MP3 album size:

2569 mb

Label:

G.I.B.

Rating:

4.6

Style:

Baroque

Country:

Germany

Date of release:

1996

Catalog:

GIB075072

Ludwig Güttler, Ute Selbig, Virtuosi Saxoniae - Musik für die Frauenkirche Dresden 1996 Album

Tracklist

1Johann Sebastian Bach: Brandenburgisches Konzert Nr. 2 F-Dur BWV 1047a für Corno da caccia, Flöte, Oboe, Violine, Streicher und B.C. (Leipziger Fassung)
2Johann Sebastian Bach: "Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen", Kantate BWV 51 für Sopran, Trompete, Streicher und B.C.
3Georg Friedrich Händel: Concerto grosso G-Dur op. 6 Nr. 1, HWV 319 für zwei Violinen, Violoncello, Streicher und B.C.
4Giuseppe Tartini: Sinfonia D-Dur für Streicher und B.C.
5Theodor Schwartzkopff: Ouvertüren-Suite C-Dur für Trompete, Streicher und B.C.

Credits

  • CelloChristoph Schulze (tracks: [1] - [10], [17] - [21]), Friedwart Dittmann (tracks: [11] - [16])
  • ContrabassBernd Haubold (tracks: [1] - [21])
  • FluteEckart Haupt (tracks: [11] - [13])
  • HarpsichordFriedrich Kircheis (tracks: [1] - [16])
  • OboeFrank Sonnabend (tracks: [11] - [13])
  • OrganFriedrich Kircheis (tracks: [17] - [21])
  • Soprano VocalsUte Selbig (tracks: [17] - [21])
  • TrumpetLudwig Güttler (tracks: [1] - [5], [17] - [21])
  • ViolinFrank Other (tracks: [6] - [10]), Roland Straumer (tracks: [6] - [13])

Notes

Live Recording in the Unterkirche at Frauenkirche Dresden
August 22, 1996 [1] - [10], [17] - [21]
September 9, 1996 [11] - [16]
Benefit concert for reconstruction of the Frauenkirche church in Dresden

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 024116750723

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – G.I.B. Music & Distribution GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – G.I.B. Music & Distribution GmbH

Album

Et resurrexit tertia die. Johann Adolf Hasse. Ludwig Güttler, Virtuosi Saxoniae. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Virtuosi Saxoniae на маркетплейсе Güttler, Virtuosi Saxoniae & Halle Madrigal Singers. Vivaldi: Gloria & Magnificat - Bach: Gloria in Excelsis Deo. Andrea Ihle, Annette Markert, Elisabeth Wilke, Hallenser Madrigalisten, Virtuosi Saxoniae, Friedrich Kircheis, Joachim Bischof, Werner Zeibig, Ludwig Güttler, Christiane Oelze, Hans Peter Blochwitz, Concentus Vocalis Wien, Christina Haupt & Günter Klier, Hallenser Madrigalisten, Virtuosi Saxoniae, Ludwig Güttler & Concentus Vocalis Wien. Elisabeth Wilke: все альбомы, включая Bach: Mass in B Minor, BWV 232 , Hasse: Misere Salve Regina Te Deum , Schumann: Das Paradies und die Peri Overtüre, Scherzo und Finale, Dresden Frauenkirche is a Lutheran church in Dresden, the capital of the German state of Saxony. An earlier church building was Catholic until it became Protestant during the Reformation. The old church was replaced in the 18th century by a larger Baroque Lutheran building. It is considered an outstanding example of Protestant sacred architecture, featuring one of the largest domes in Europe. It was originally built as a sign of the will of the citizens of Dresden to remain Protestant after their. Blechbläserensemble Ludwig Güttler, Ludwig Güttler, Hallenser Madrigalisten, Virtuosi Saxoniae, Semper Brass Dresden, Concerto Vocalis Wien. This Is Christmas. 2015 The Most Beautiful Christmas Music for the Festive Season. discover something new from our podcasts. Learn more. Copyright Holders. Sehr eindrucksvolle Musik. Ludwig Güttler ist ein großartiger Musiker, der sein Fach versteht. Das Zusammenspiel der Trompete mit der Orgel Kircheis ist ein Ohrenschmaus. Verified Purchase. Was soll man über Güttler schreiben. Eben ein Arbeiter in der Musik, und mit Dresden ist er eben verwachsen super. Read more. Musik für die Frauenkirche ñ Dresden 1996. Cantata Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen, BWV 51. Ludwig Güttler. Virtuosi Saxoniae. Soprano: Ute Selbig Ludwig Güttler Trumpet Christoph Schulze Violoncello Bernd Haubold Double-bass Friedrich Kircheis Organ. GIB-075072. Sep 9, 1996. CD, TT. Recorded live at the basement of the Frauenkirche, Dresden, Saxony, Germany. Benefit concert for reconstruction of the Frauenkirche. Executive Producer: Hubertus Franzen, Karsten Schmidt, MDR Recording Engineer: Bernhard Steffler. 1st recording of Cantata BWV 51 by L. Christmas Concertos. Concerto Köln, Blechbläserensemble Ludwig Güttler, Ludwig Güttler, Virtuosi Saxoniae. Various artists. 2009 Greatest Works. By Johann Sebastian Bach - Virtuosi Saxoniae & Ludwig Güttler. Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068: II. Ludwig Güttler has been called the Pavarotti of wind instruments and the King of Trumpets, but he is almost as well known for his research, teaching, and dedication to the culture of Saxony as for his playing of the trumpet and horn. Güttler first took music lessons at the age of 5 when he was 14, he began playing the trumpet. At the Hochschule für Musik in Leipzig, he studied with Armin Mennel between 1961 and 1965. He then became solo trumpeter for Halle's Handel Festival Orchestra and then the Dresden Philharmonic, where he remained until 1980

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