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Johann Rosenmüller in Exile

ACRONYM, Jesse Blumberg

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1
Domine cor meum jam ardet
Johann Rosenmüller; Jesse Blumberg; ACRONYM
7:47
2
Sonata da camera No. 8 in E Minor
Johann Rosenmüller; ACRONYM
7:15
3
Aude quid times
Johann Rosenmüller; Jesse Blumberg; ACRONYM
7:19
4
Sonata da camera No. 4 in G Minor
Johann Rosenmüller; ACRONYM
6:55
5
Salve mi Jesu, Pater misericordiae
Johann Rosenmüller; Jesse Blumberg; ACRONYM
8:09
6
Sonata da camera No. 6 in A Minor
Johann Rosenmüller; ACRONYM
8:49
7
Ascendit invictissimus salvator
Johann Rosenmüller; Jesse Blumberg; ACRONYM
5:40
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    51:54
This recording presents music from the time of Johann Rosenmüller's exile in Italy, alternating large ensemble chamber sonatas published in Venice in 1670 with world premieres of unpublished bass cantatas. Baroque string ensemble ACRONYM freshly transcribed the cantatas from a manuscript collection and recruited talented young baritone Jesse Blumberg to perform them here. Most of Rosenmüller’s vocal works are sacred and set German or Latin texts, many modelled on the secular cantatas of Italian composers such as Carissimi and Cesti, incorporating Italian operatic and instrumental elements.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – New Focus Recordings Studio Masters

Recorded at Oktaven Audio, September 1 - 3, 2016
Engineered by Ryan Streber
Produced by Ryan Streber and ACRONYM
Edited by Kivie Cahn-Lipman and Ryan Streber
Design by Marc Wolf (marcjwolf.com)
Photo processing by Michiyo Suzuki
ACRONYM photo by Jennifer Toole
Jesse Blumberg photo by Arielle Doneson
Cover art by Paul Signac, Grand Canal (Venice), 1905
Translations and programme notes by Martha H. Brundage

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