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Psalms and Motets from Renaissance Switzerland

Stephanie Boller, Ensemble Lamaraviglia

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1.1
Psalm 105, Ludè tuots la Divin’ essentia
Anonymous; Lurainz Wietzel; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
0:49
1.2
Psalm 105, Ludè tuots la Divin’ essentia, a 7
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck; Lurainz Wietzel; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
2:04
1.3
Psalm 25, A toy, mon Dieu, mon cœur monte, a 4
Claude Goudimel; Clément Marot; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
1:14
1.4
Psalm 25, A toy, mon Dieu, mon cœur monte, a 5
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck; Clément Marot; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
2:49
1.5
Psalm 121, In ôt hae vers ils munts guardô
Anonymous; Lurainz Wietzel; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
0:41
1.6
Psalm 121, In ôt hae vers ils munts guardô, a 4
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck; Lurainz Wietzel; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
2:21
1.7
Psalm 12, Am do succuors ô Dieu, a 4
Claude Goudimel; Lurainz Wietzel; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
0:52
1.8
Psalm 12, Am do succuors ô Dieu, a 5
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck; Lurainz Wietzel; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
3:43
1.9
Psalm 122, Erfreut hat sich mein Herz und Muth
Anonymous; Ambrosius Lobwasser; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
1:14
1.10
Psalm 122, Erfreut hat sich mein Herz und Muth, a 4
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck; Ambrosius Lobwasser; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
2:36
1.11
Psalm 104, Sciogl' al Signor alma mia canti bei
Anonymous; Andrea Planta; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
1:15
1.12
Psalm 104, Sciogl' al Signor alma mia canti bei, a 4
Claude Goudimel; Andrea Planta; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
4:04
1.13
Psalm 42, Sco ziev’ ouva fraschia gira, a 8
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck; Lurainz Wietzel; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
6:46
1.14
Psalm 9, De tout mon coeur t'exalteray, a 4
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck; Clément Marot; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
3:23
1.15
Psalm 33, Hor su, voi spirti giust' e santi
Anonymous; Andrea Planta; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
1:06
1.16
Psalm 33, Hor su, voi spirti giust' e santi, a 4
Claude Goudimel; Andrea Planta; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
3:34
1.17
Psalm 100, Vus chi sur terra stais, cantè
Anonymous; Lurainz Wietzel; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
0:35
1.18
Psalm 100, Vus chi sur terra stais, cantè, a 5
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck; Lurainz Wietzel; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
5:22
1.19
Psalm 8, O nostre Dieu et Seigneur amiable, a 4
Claude Goudimel; Clément Marot; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
0:48
1.20
Psalm 8, O nostre Dieu et Seigneur amiable, a 5
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck; Clément Marot; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
2:48
1.21
Psalm 63, O Dieu, t’êst quel Dieu ferm ch’eau hę, a 6
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck; Lurainz Wietzel; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
3:52
1.22
Psalm 150, Lobet Gott im Himmelreich
Anonymous; Ambrosius Lobwasser; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
0:53
1.23
Psalm 150, Lobet Gott im Himmelreich, a 4
Claude Goudimel; Ambrosius Lobwasser; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
2:39
1.24
Psalm 150, Or soit loué l'Éternel, a 8
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck; Théodore de Bèze; Stephanie Boller; Ensemble Lamaraviglia
7:43
Total Playing Time    63:11
In the middle of the 16th century, the Geneva Psalter infected the whole of Reformed Europe – Switzerland included – with a true psalm fever. The first complete collection of all 150 psalms, promoted by the Genevan reformer Jean Calvin, was published in 1562. The psalm verses were translated into French and provided with melodies by various Genevan cantors. Thanks to the collection’s immense importance for the Reformation and its unique artistic content, these psalms inspired like none before the most influential composer of the time to write a large number of polyphonic psalm settings. The four-part psalms composed by Claude Goudimel (c. 1514-1572) were published in 1564, just two years after their initial release. Set in a simple note-against-note setting with the well-known Genevan melodies in the tenor part, these psalms quickly gained incredible popularity. They were provided with translations of the texts into German, Dutch, Italian, even Rhaeto-Romanic and printed in large quantities, so they spread in no time throughout Europe, reaching even Switzerland’s furthest mountain valleys. In their interpretation of these pieces, The Ensemble Lamaraviglia’s collective creative energy is characterized by a desire to establish an immediate connection with the audience at linguistic, musical and emotional levels. Thanks to their unique backgrounds, the musicians repeatedly reveal new facets of the music and set it in a dynamic present. The interplay between tension and relaxation, dissonance and consonance, speech rhythm and melody has an impressive effect on all facets of the group’s musical work.
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