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GEN 20722
EAN: 4260036257229
18.90 €

Andrea Falconieri (um 1585–1656)  
Ciaccona (Neapel 1650)
Claudio Monteverdi (1567–1643)  
Quel sguardo sdegnosetto (Venedig 1632)
Tarquinio Merula (1595–1665)  
Sentirete una canzonetta (Venedig 1638)
Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583–1643)  
aus den Partite sopra la Monica
Prima parte | Seconda parte | Quarta parte | Sesta parte | Nona parte | Undecima parte
Barbara Strozzi (1619–1677)  
L’Eraclito amoroso (Venedig 1651)
Johann Philipp Krieger (1649–1725)  
Einsamkeit, du Qual der Hertzen (Weißenfels 1689)
Henry Purcell (1659–1695)  
Musick for a while (London 1702)
Johann Heermann (1585–1647)  
Was willst du dich betrüben (Breslau 1630)
Homo fugit velut umbra — Passacalli della vita (Mailand 1657)
Ercole Nisini (*1971)  
Ninna nanna della guerra (Dresden 2016)
Tarquinio Merula  
Canzonetta spirituale sopra alla nanna (Venedig 1638)
Biagio Marini (1594–1663)  
Sonata sopra la Monica (Venedig 1626)
Ercole Nisini  
Ciaccona Tempora mutantur (Dresden 2019)
Heidi Maria Taubert (*1978) / Ercolve Nisini  
Gib Frieden (Dresden 2019)

Passacaglie d‘amore

Works by Falconieri, Monteverdi, Merula, Frescobaldi, Strozzi, Krieger, Purcell, Heermann, Marini, Nisini and Taubert

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Isn't always love the same and yet constantly new? This could be the motto of the new GENUIN CD by soprano Heidi Maria Taubert. Here she mixes passacaglias and chaconnes from the Baroque era with her own arrangements and compositions by Ercole Nisini, which take up the examples. The infinite variety of the variations on an ostinato bass fits in with the multifaceted poetical play about the joys and sorrows of love. The CD is a delightful journey of discovery featuring works by Monteverdi and Frescobaldi, by Purcell and Krieger: highly valuable in terms of repertoire and exquisitely executed by Heidi Maria Taubert and the ensemble Instrumenta Musica!

"Together with a small chamber cast the singer strikes a fascinating arc stretching from Monteverdi to the present day."
Hagen Kunze, May 2021

Deutschlandfunk Kultur
CD-Tipp 04. Januar 2021

Musik in Dresden
"with a great feel for the respective style - musically relaxing and exciting at the same time"
Review by Alexander Keuk, 10.12.2020

"Heidi Maria Taubert sings with a silvery, sparkling, weightless voice and a wonderfully matching cast."
Zur Rezension von Sabine Näher , 8. Dezember 2020

Neue (musikalische) Blätter
"The voices - from the soprano to the ensemble - are all solo. This gives the recording a great deal of clarity, but also that intimacy that you actually expect when it comes to d’amore. The singing voice of Heidi Maria Taubert can effortlessly rise above the accompanist"
A review by Wolfram Quellmalz vom 07.12.2020