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Fortuna desperata: Gothic & Renaissance Organ Music

Veit Heller, Daniel Beilschmidt, Christine Mothes

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1
Redeuntes in d [No. 232b, Buxheimer Orgelbuch, ca. 1460]
Anonymous; Veit Heller; Daniel Beilschmidt
4:28
2
Messe de Nostre Dame: Sanctus
Guillaume de Machaut; Veit Heller; Daniel Beilschmidt
5:20
3
Adesto - Firmissime - Alleluya [Motet: Robertsbridge Codex, British Library MS Add. 28550, ff.45]
Anonymous; Daniel Beilschmidt
3:48
4
Sequitur aliud praeambulum super d manualiter et variatur super a g f et c
Adam Ileborgh; Daniel Beilschmidt
0:24
5
Kyrie: Cunctipotens genitor Deus [Faenza Codex]
Anonymous; Christine Mothes; Veit Heller; Daniel Beilschmidt
5:12
6
Gloria: Cunctipotens genitor Deus [Faenza Codex]
Anonymous; Christine Mothes; Daniel Beilschmidt
7:10
7
Praeambulum super d a f et g
Adam Ileborgh; Daniel Beilschmidt
1:00
8
Sequitur mensura sex notarum eiusdem tenoris, "Frowe al myn hoffen an dyr lyed"
Adam Ileborgh; Daniel Beilschmidt
3:17
9
Incipit Fortuna
Adam Ileborgh; Christine Mothes; Veit Heller; Daniel Beilschmidt
1:14
10
Fortuna desperata
Antoine Busnois; Daniel Beilschmidt
2:54
11
Fortuna in fa trium vocum, Tenor in Basso
Johannes Buchner; Daniel Beilschmidt
3:16
12
Fortuna in fa quatuor vocum
Leonhard Kleber; Daniel Beilschmidt
2:06
13
Fortuna in mi
Leonhard Kleber; Daniel Beilschmidt
3:51
14
Fortuna desperata à 6
Alexander Agricola; Antoine Busnois; Daniel Beilschmidt
2:42
15
Salve Regina alternatim
Paul Hofhaimer; Christine Mothes; Veit Heller; Daniel Beilschmidt
9:42
16
Praeambulum in C et potest variari in d f g a
Adam Ileborgh; Daniel Beilschmidt
0:46
17
Dantz Moss. Benczenauer
Johannes Buchner; Daniel Beilschmidt
2:37
18
Redeuntes in mi [No. 232d, Buxheimer Orgelbuch, ca. 1460]
Anonymous; Daniel Beilschmidt
2:16
19
Tota pulchra es [St. Galler Orgelbuch]
Anonymous; Daniel Beilschmidt
8:05
20
Christ ist erstanden
Johannes Buchner; Daniel Beilschmidt
1:31
21
Christ ist erstanden
Sethus Calvisius; Daniel Beilschmidt
2:20
22
Christ ist erstanden [St. Galler Orgelbuch]
Anonymous; Veit Heller; Daniel Beilschmidt
3:09
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    77:08
On Fortuna desperata, organist Daniel Beilschmidt celebrates the great cycles of faith and life through Gothic and Renaissance repertoire, featuring soprano Christine Mothes and/or percussionist Veit Heller on several pieces. The selections include ringing bells and the Zimbelstern to full organ and intimate dialogue with the human voice. Beneath Beilschmidt's fingers and feet, this stirring music from the 14th to 16th centuries sounds both ancient and modern, boisterous and contemplative, a journey to the limits of the known world and beyond. Beilschmidt unveils the 2015 Metzler-Schwalbennest organ at the University Church of St. Paul in Leipzig on a recording that is at the same time a call for donations to complete the instrument.
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