℗ 2016 Carus
Released December 1, 2016
Duration 1h 30m 32s
Genre Classical
 

Schütz: Symphoniae Sacrae I, Op. 6 (Complete Recording Vol. 14)

Hans-Christoph Rademann

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Symphoniae Sacrae I, Op. 6  
1.1
No. 14, Attendite popule meus legem meam, SWV 270
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Felix Schwandtke; Andreas Arend; Eva-Maria Horn; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
7:24
1.2
No. 1, Paratum cor meum, Deus, SWV 257
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Dorothee Mields; Karina Müller; Matthias Müller; Andreas Arend; Hans-Christoph Rademann
3:46
1.3
No. 7, Anima mea liquefacta est, SWV 263
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Georg Poplutz; Tobias Mäthger; Julia Fritz; Anna Schall; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
4:07
1.4
No. 8, Adjuro vos, filiae Jerusalem, SWV 264
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Georg Poplutz; Tobias Mäthger; Matthias Müller; Andreas Arend; Julia Fritz; Anna Schall; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
3:38
1.5
No. 16, In lectulo per noctes, SWV 272
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Dorothee Mields; David Erler; Tobias Mäthger; Margret Baumgartl; Matthias Müller; Andreas Arend; Clemens Schlemmer; Eva-Maria Horn; Jennifer Harris; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
5:15
1.6
No. 17, Invenerunt me costudes civitatis, SWV 273
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Dorothee Mields; David Erler; Matthias Müller; Andreas Arend; Clemens Schlemmer; Eva-Maria Horn; Jennifer Harris; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
4:07
1.7
No. 9, O quam tu pulchra es, amica mea, SWV 265
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Georg Poplutz; Tobias Mäthger; Karina Müller; Margret Baumgartl; Matthias Müller; Andreas Arend; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
3:34
1.8
No. 10, Veni de Libano, veni, amica mea, SWV 266
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Tobias Mäthger; Georg Poplutz; Karina Müller; Margret Baumgartl; Matthias Müller; Andreas Arend; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
3:40
1.9
No. 2, Exultavit cor meum in Domino, SWV 258
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Isabel Schicketanz; Karina Müller; Margret Baumgartl; Matthias Müller; Andreas Arend; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
4:31
1.10
No. 18, Veni, dilecte mi, in hortum meum, SWV 274
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Dorothee Mields; Isabel Schicketanz; Tobias Mäthger; Margret Baumgartl; Matthias Müller; Fernando Günther; Masafumi Sakamoto; Sebastian Krause; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
5:05
2.1
No. 11, Benedicam Dominum in omni tempore, SWV 267
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Dorothee Mields; Georg Poplutz; Felix Schwandtke; Margret Baumgartl; Matthias Müller; Andreas Arend; Friederike Otto; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
3:29
2.2
No. 12, Exquisivi Dominum et exaudivit me, SWV 268
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Dorothee Mields; Georg Poplutz; Felix Schwandtke; Margret Baumgartl; Matthias Müller; Andreas Arend; Friederike Otto; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
3:20
2.3
No. 5, Venite ad me omnes qui laboratis, SWV 261
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Georg Poplutz; Karina Müller; Margret Baumgartl; Matthias Müller; Andreas Arend; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
6:57
2.4
No. 13, Fili mi, Absalom, SWV 269
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Felix Schwandtke; Margret Baumgartl; Matthias Müller; Masafumi Sakamoto; Sebastian Krause; Fernando Günther; Julian Nagel; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
5:32
2.5
No. 3, In te, Domine, speravi, SWV 259
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; David Erler; Margret Baumgartl; Matthias Müller; Andreas Arend; Clemens Schlemmer; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
5:09
2.6
No. 15, Domine, labia mea aperies, SWV 271
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Dorothee Mields; Georg Poplutz; Matthias Müller; Andreas Arend; Anna Schall; Sebastian Krause; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
4:26
2.7
No. 6, Jubilate Deo omnis terra, SWV 262
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Felix Schwandtke; Matthias Müller; Andreas Arend; Anna Schall; Julia Fritz; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
5:15
2.8
No. 4, Cantabo domino in vita mea, SWV 260
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Tobias Mäthger; Karina Müller; Margret Baumgartl; Matthias Müller; Andreas Arend; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
4:44
2.9
No. 19, Buccinate in neomenia tuba, SWV 275
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Georg Poplutz; Tobias Mäthger; Felix Schwandtke; Margret Baumgartl; Matthias Müller; Andreas Arend; Anna Schall; Clemens Schlemmer; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
3:37
2.10
No. 20, Jubilate Deo in chordis, SWV 276
Heinrich Schütz; Traditional; Tobias Mäthger; Georg Poplutz; Felix Schwandtke; Margret Baumgartl; Matthias Müller; Andreas Arend; Anna Schall; Clemens Schlemmer; Ludger Rémy; Hans-Christoph Rademann
2:56
Digital Booklet
Heinrich Schütz spent his whole life searching for that which is new in music. The Symphoniae Sacrae I, which were presented in 1629, also testify to this. Schütz composed them as a result of the impressions made upon him by his second journey to Venice. In addition to the numerous Italian stylistic traits which can be traced back to Monteverdi, the 20 concertos – all in Latin – particularly impress with their great variety of timbres: solo pieces, duets and trios for all voice type are combined with diverse string and wind instruments and are governed by the emotional and expressive world of the text. The recording impressively continues the award-winning Schütz complete recording with the Dresdner Kammerchor conducted by Hans-Christoph Rademann with the customary top-quality soloists such as Dorothee Mields, Felix Schwandtke and others.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Carus Studio Masters

Disc 2, Tracks 1-10 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.64
-4.84 to -0.63
-21.49
-24.29 to -18.48
-18.42
-21.40 to -15.00
12
11 to 15
1.1
No. 14, Attendite popule meus legem meam, SWV 270
-0.63-21.49-18.613
1.2
No. 1, Paratum cor meum, Deus, SWV 257
-0.63-21.71-18.313
1.3
No. 7, Anima mea liquefacta est, SWV 263
-4.36-22.91-20.212
1.4
No. 8, Adjuro vos, filiae Jerusalem, SWV 264
-1.69-21.22-18.212
1.5
No. 16, In lectulo per noctes, SWV 272
-0.63-22.46-19.715
1.6
No. 17, Invenerunt me costudes civitatis, SWV 273
-0.63-20.69-17.712
1.7
No. 9, O quam tu pulchra es, amica mea, SWV 265
-4.32-24.03-21.212
1.8
No. 10, Veni de Libano, veni, amica mea, SWV 266
-2.23-23.68-20.712
1.9
No. 2, Exultavit cor meum in Domino, SWV 258
-0.63-21.34-18.414
1.10
No. 18, Veni, dilecte mi, in hortum meum, SWV 274
-0.63-20.75-17.013
2.1
No. 11, Benedicam Dominum in omni tempore, SWV 267
-0.63-19.83-16.711
2.2
No. 12, Exquisivi Dominum et exaudivit me, SWV 268
-0.63-21.03-17.913
2.3
No. 5, Venite ad me omnes qui laboratis, SWV 261
-1.71-22.42-19.212
2.4
No. 13, Fili mi, Absalom, SWV 269
-0.86-19.58-16.712
2.5
No. 3, In te, Domine, speravi, SWV 259
-3.88-22.39-19.612
2.6
No. 15, Domine, labia mea aperies, SWV 271
-0.63-20.02-16.912
2.7
No. 6, Jubilate Deo omnis terra, SWV 262
-2.05-21.77-18.612
2.8
No. 4, Cantabo domino in vita mea, SWV 260
-4.84-24.29-21.413
2.9
No. 19, Buccinate in neomenia tuba, SWV 275
-0.63-19.65-16.312
2.10
No. 20, Jubilate Deo in chordis, SWV 276
-0.63-18.48-15.011

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