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Johann C. F. Fischer: Vesperae, seu Psalmi Vespertini, Op. 3

Exsultemus, Shannon Canavin, Newton Baroque, Andrus Madsen

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Praeludia et Fugae per 8 tonos ecclesiasticos (Blumen-Strauss)  
1
Suite No. 1: Preludium VIII
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer; Andrus Madsen
1:15
Vesperae, seu Psalmi vespertini, Op. 3  
2
Domine ad adjuvandum
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer; Exsultemus; Shannon Canavin; Newton Baroque; Andrus Madsen
1:06
3
Beatus vir
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer; Exsultemus; Shannon Canavin; Newton Baroque; Andrus Madsen
3:23
Ariadne musica neo-organoedum, Op. 4  
4
No. 4. Prelude and Fugue in D Major
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer; Andrus Madsen
1:51
Vesperae, seu Psalmi vespertini, Op. 3  
5
Confitebor
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer; Exsultemus; Shannon Canavin; Newton Baroque; Andrus Madsen
4:17
Ariadne musica neo-organoedum, Op. 4  
6
No. 18. Prelude and Fugue in B Minor
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer; Andrus Madsen
1:41
Vesperae, seu Psalmi vespertini, Op. 3  
7
Credidi
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer; Exsultemus; Shannon Canavin; Newton Baroque; Andrus Madsen
2:03
Ariadne musica neo-organoedum, Op. 4  
8
No. 8. Prelude and Fugue in E Major
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer; Andrus Madsen
1:46
Vesperae, seu Psalmi vespertini, Op. 3  
9
Nisi Dominus
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer; Exsultemus; Shannon Canavin; Newton Baroque; Andrus Madsen
3:28
Ariadne musica neo-organoedum, Op. 4  
10
No. 3. Prelude and Fugue in D Minor
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer; Andrus Madsen
1:44
Vesperae, seu Psalmi vespertini, Op. 3  
11
Lauda Jerusalem
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer; Exsultemus; Shannon Canavin; Newton Baroque; Andrus Madsen
5:20
Ariadne musica neo-organoedum, Op. 4  
12
No. 17. Prelude and Fugue in B-Flat Major
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer; Andrus Madsen
1:54
Violin Sonata in G Minor  
13
I. Adagio
Johann Christoph Pez; Susanna Ogata; Andrus Madsen
2:13
14
II. Allegro
Johann Christoph Pez; Susanna Ogata; Andrus Madsen
2:23
15
III. Adagio
Johann Christoph Pez; Susanna Ogata; Andrus Madsen
1:25
16
IV. Allegro
Johann Christoph Pez; Susanna Ogata; Andrus Madsen
4:21
17
V. Adagio
Johann Christoph Pez; Susanna Ogata; Andrus Madsen
0:41
18
VI. Gigue
Johann Christoph Pez; Susanna Ogata; Andrus Madsen
1:40
Vesperae, seu Psalmi vespertini, Op. 3  
19
Magnificat
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer; Exsultemus; Shannon Canavin; Newton Baroque; Andrus Madsen
6:31
Duplex genius, Op. 1, Sonata No. 5 in C Minor  
20
I. Adagio
Johann Christoph Pez; Newton Baroque; Andrus Madsen
1:58
21
II. Allegro
Johann Christoph Pez; Newton Baroque; Andrus Madsen
1:39
22
III. Adagio
Johann Christoph Pez; Newton Baroque; Andrus Madsen
3:03
23
IV. Vivace
Johann Christoph Pez; Newton Baroque; Andrus Madsen
1:28
Lytaniae lauretanae, Op. 5  
24
Salve Regina
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer; Exsultemus; Shannon Canavin; Newton Baroque; Andrus Madsen
5:27
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    62:37
American Renaissance vocal group Exsultemus joins together with period instrument ensemble Newton Baroque directed by organist Andrus Madsen on this programme devoted to Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer. In his day, Fischer was renowned as one of the major musicians in southern Germany, especially famous for his distinctly French keyboard works. His vocal music, by contrast, which has been far less thoroughly explored, looked to Italy for its models, as this first recording of Fischer’s captivating 1701 setting of the Vespers reveals. In keeping with the practice of the time, Fischer’s Vespers includes music from elsewhere in his output, as well as two sonatas by Munich-based Johann Christoph Pez.
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