℗ 2015 © Legacy International™ a division of 43 North Broadway, LLC.
Released July 3, 2015
Duration 43m 29s
Genre Classical (Choral)
 

Heinrich Schutz: Motets and Other Sacred Works

The Telemann Society Chorus, Theodora Schulze

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1.1
Motet, “Turbabor, sed noa perturbabor
Heinrich Schütz; The Telemann Society Chorus; Theodora Schulze
2:04
1.2
Symphonia Sacra No. 4, “Cantabo Domino”
Heinrich Schütz; The Telemann Society Chorus; Theodora Schulze
5:54
1.3
Motet, Spes Mea, Christe Deus
Heinrich Schütz; The Telemann Society Chorus; Theodora Schulze
3:40
1.4
Symphonia Sacra No. 2, "Exultavit cor meum"
Heinrich Schütz; The Telemann Society Chorus; Theodora Schulze
4:57
1.5
Motet, Ecce “Advicatus Meus”
Heinrich Schütz; The Telemann Society Chorus; Theodora Schulze
4:34
1.6
Motet, “Venu rogo in cor meum”
Heinrich Schütz; The Telemann Society Chorus; Theodora Schulze
4:28
1.7
Deutsches Konzert, "Herzlich lieb hab ich dich, O Herr”
Heinrich Schütz; The Telemann Society Chorus; Theodora Schulze
4:59
1.8
Deutsches Konzert, "lch werde nicht sterbetn"
Heinrich Schütz; The Telemann Society Chorus; Theodora Schulze
9:11
1.9
Motet, “Dulcissime et Benignissime Christe”
Heinrich Schütz; The Telemann Society Chorus; Theodora Schulze
3:42
In collaboration with The Telemann Society Chorus opera singer, Theodora Schulze brings Heinrich Shutz's sacred vocal works to life with her pure ethereal tone and historically-informed interpretation of these religious works.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Legacy International Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
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-1.18 to -1.18
-19.75
-22.20 to -17.74
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1
Motet, “Turbabor, sed noa perturbabor
-1.18-17.7410
2
Symphonia Sacra No. 4, “Cantabo Domino”
-1.18-18.4712
3
Motet, Spes Mea, Christe Deus
-1.18-18.7511
4
Symphonia Sacra No. 2, "Exultavit cor meum"
-1.18-19.6012
5
Motet, Ecce “Advicatus Meus”
-1.18-20.7412
6
Motet, “Venu rogo in cor meum”
-1.18-20.3612
7
Deutsches Konzert, "Herzlich lieb hab ich dich, O Herr”
-1.18-19.1212
8
Deutsches Konzert, "lch werde nicht sterbetn"
-1.18-22.2014
9
Motet, “Dulcissime et Benignissime Christe”
-1.18-20.8113

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