Ludwig Senfl: Missa Paschalis; Motetten & Lieder. Ludwig Senfl was a major figure among musicians in the German renaissance; he was gainfully employed for many years as a court composer for Emperor Maximilian I and collaborated with Heinrich Isaac in compiling the massive Choralis Constantinus. The Missa Paschalis is not presented as a unit, but presented in two halves with a scattering of Senfl's songs, and one instrumental piece, in between.
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Senfl: Missa Paschalis und Motetten. Ludwig Senfl (born around 1486, died between 2 December 1542 and 10 August 1543) was a Swiss composer of the Renaissance, active in Germany. He was the most famous pupil of Heinrich Isaac, was music director to the court of Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor, and was an influential figure in the development of the Franco-Flemish polyphonic style in Germany. Ludwig Senfl: Im Maien.
Ludwig Senfl (born around 1486, died between December 2, 1542 and August 10, 1543) was a Swiss composer of the Renaissance, active in Germany. 2009 – Missa Paschalis, Motetten and Lieder. The Choir of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, QuinEssential, Andrew Lawrence-King (Harp), Christopher Watson (Tenor), Robert Macdonald (Bass). Directed by David Skinner. 2013 – Luther's Wedding Day: Kyrie and Gloria from Missa Nisi Dominus, Capella de la Torre & Katharina Bäuml (Soprano). Challenge Classics CD, CC 52798. Free scores by Ludwig Senfl at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP).
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Ludwid Senfl: Missa Pascalis Motteten & Lieder. This recording highlights Senfl's mastery of the many musical styles within which he worked. The centrepiece is his Missa Paschalis (or Easter Mass), scored for five voices including two equal upper parts. Following earlier traditions, the Kyrie and Gloria and the Sanctus and Agnus Dei are paired, though it would appear that the latter set was extracted from another of Senfl's masses.
CD 1. Ludwig Senfl Composer. Senfl: Missa Paschalis and Motetten.
|1||De Profundis Clamavi||4:08|
|Gaude Dei Genitrix|
|2||I Pars: Gaude Dei Genitrix||2:52|
|3||II Pars: Virgo, Tu Sola||2:25|
|4||I Pars: Ave Maria||5:46|
|5||II Pars: Ave Cera Humilitas||4:56|
|Virga Jesse Floruit|
|6||I Pars: Virga Jesse Floruit||2:48|
|7||II Pars: Jam Patet In Virgine||2:24|
|Quinque Salutationes Domini Nostri Jesu Christi|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Migros-Genossenschafts-Bund
- Copyright (c) – Migros-Genossenschafts-Bund
- Recorded At – Cathedral Of San Lorenzo, Lugano
- Pressed By – CD Press Switzerland
- Choir – Coro Della Radio Svizzera*
- Conductor – Diego Fasolis
- Engineer – Jochen Gottschall
- Executive-Producer – Claudio Danuser
- Liner Notes – Hanspeter Renggli
- Liner Notes [English Translation] – Chris Walton
- Liner Notes [French Translation] – Jacques Lasserre
- Liner Notes [Italian Translation] – Alissa Nembrini*
- Producer – Giuseppe Clericetti
NotesDe Profundis (a 5 voci)
Gaude Dei Genitrix (a 4 voci)
Ave Maria (a 6 voci)
Virga Jesse Floruit (a 4 voci)
Quinque Salutationes Domini Nostri Jesu Christi (a 4 voci)
Missa Paschalis (a 5 voci)
Popule Meus (a 4 voci)
"Eine Koproduktion mit Radio svizzera di lingua italiana - Rete Due"
Recorded March 22, 1998 at Cathedrale di San Lorenzo, Lugano.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 613064 013379
- Matrix / Runout: Mastered by CD Press Switzerland CD MGB 6165 Ludwig Senfl
- Rights Society: SUISA
- SPARS Code: DDD