Viola da Gamba & Voice(s)


Anonymer Meister (H.I.F. Biber?): Salve Regina

Anonymer Meister (H.I.F. Biber?): Salve Regina

Product.Nr.: EW372

for contralto solo, viola da gamba & b. c., edited by Dr. Konrad Ruhland. Magnificent piece with a virtuoso gamba part which was probably written by Biber for his daughter in the monastery Nonnberg/Salzburg. Series Musik für Viola da gamba.

12,50 EUR

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Becker, Dietrich (1623-1679): Schaff in mir Gott ein reines Herz

Becker, Dietrich (1623-1679): Schaff in mir Gott ein reines Herz

Product.Nr.: G136

Sacred concerto for contralto [e-a’’], 2 violins, 2 viols da gamba, violone/bassoon & b. c., edited by Heidi Gröger. Dietrich Becker was one of the leading composers of Hamburg in the 17th century. This sacred concerto has a joyful character and bears a resemblance to the early cantatas of Buxtehude. First Edition. Edition Güntersberg

19,50 EUR

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Buxtehude, Dieterich (1637-1707): Gen Himmel zu dem Vater mein

Buxtehude, Dieterich (1637-1707): Gen Himmel zu dem Vater mein

Product.Nr.: G145

Sacred concert for soprano [d''-a''''], violin, viola da gamba & b. c., BuxWV 32, edited by Leonore and Günter von Zadow. Festive choral-setting for Ascension Day. Edition Güntersberg

18,00 EUR

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Buxtehude, Dieterich (1637-1707): Jubilate Domino BuxWV 64

Buxtehude, Dieterich (1637-1707): Jubilate Domino BuxWV 64

Product.Nr.: G099

Cantata for alto, viola da gamba & b. c., edited by Leonore und Günter von Zadow. This cantata is one of the most attractive and most virtuoso vocal concertos of Buxtehude and is also very popular music for gamba. 

17,50 EUR

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Buxtehude, Dieterich (1637-1707): Laudate pueri Dominum

Buxtehude, Dieterich (1637-1707): Laudate pueri Dominum

Product.Nr.: G123

Chiaccona for 2 sopranos [c’-g’’], 6 gambas & b. c., BuxWV 69, edited by Leonore and Günter von Zadow  preface by Anette Otterstedt. Edition Güntersberg

24,80 EUR

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Crotti, Arcangelo (Venedig 1608): Pater Peccavi

Crotti, Arcangelo (Venedig 1608): Pater Peccavi

Product.Nr.: EW415

for soprano/mezzo-soprano [d’ - d’’], cornetto (violin), 3 trombones (3 viols da gamba) & b. c., edited by Dr. Konrad Ruhland. This rarely set text dealing with the “Lost Son” is a prime example of the new monody with obbligato instruments that spread quickly through Italy in the early sixteenth century. Series Musica Speciosa

12,50 EUR

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Flixi , Johann Joseph (~1670-1720): Laudate pueri Dominum - score & parts

Flixi , Johann Joseph (~1670-1720): Laudate pueri Dominum - score & parts

Product.Nr.: EW258

for soprano, trumpet, 4 viols (or 2 violins, 2 viols, or viola da gamba consort) & b. c., edited by Henry Moderlak. First Edition. Series Monarca della Tromba - Musik der Fürstenhöfe

24,00 EUR

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Grandi, Alessandro (1577-1630): O vos omnes qui transitis per viam

Grandi, Alessandro (1577-1630): O vos omnes qui transitis per viam

Product.Nr.: EW602

for soprano (or tenor) [d’-e’’], 3 viols & b. c., edited by Jolando Scarpa. Excellent music for passion. Series Voce divina

13,80 EUR

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Hacquart, Carolus (~1640–?1701): Chelys op. 3<br>- Suites 10–12

Hacquart, Carolus (~1640–?1701): Chelys op. 3
- Suites 10–12

Product.Nr.: G236

12 suites for viola da gamba & b.c., The Hague 1686, edited by Leonore and Günter von Zadow. Hacquart numbers among the great viol composers of the seventeenth century, whose works are distinguished by a polyphonic structure with chords and large leaps. Born ca. 1640 in Bruges, Carolus Hacquart was active, along with his brother Philip, in Amsterdam. During his lifetime, he was considered one of the most important composers of the Netherlands. Edition Güntersberg

21,00 EUR

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Hasse, Johann Adolph (1699–1783): Aria „L’augeletto in lacci stretta“

Hasse, Johann Adolph (1699–1783): Aria „L’augeletto in lacci stretta“

Product.Nr.: EW974

for soprano [d’–b’’], viola da gamba concertata, 2 violins, & b. c., from the opera “Didione abbandonata”, edited as first edition by Simone Eckert. An interesting aspect of this contemporary anonymous arrangement, which was possibly inspired by Forqueray, is the similarity to Abel’s vocal work “Frena le belle lagrime”. The setting resembles Abel’s aria not only in terms of the gallant style, but also in the musical dialogue with the pulsating strings in the style of Italian opera. CD recording by the Hamburger Ratsmusik (cpo, Nr. 777 911-2). Series Hamburger Ratsmusik

 

"This is really charming music that deserves to be heard: if you don’t believe me, see this video on YouTube of soprano Graciela Gibelli singing and gambist Vittorio Ghielmi and the orchestra Il suonar parlante."

AUSTRALIAN VIOLA DA GAMA SOCIETY, Newsletter Summer 2017

 

18,50 EUR

excl. shipping costs

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