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Saul, Saul, Was Verfolgst Du Mich? SWV 415 - Brahms*, Gardiner* - Symphony 4 (CD)

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  1. This page lists all recordings of Responsorium: Saul, Saul, was verfolgst du mich SWV by Heinrich Schütz ().5/5.
  2. 3: Symphoniarum Sacrarum III, Op. 12, SWV Symphoniarum Sacrarum III, Op. No. Saul, Saul, Was Verfolgst Du Mich, SWV
  3. What Brahms does so elegantly in the score of his Symphony No. 4 is offset the orchestras three "choruses" as it would be, the brass, the woodwinds and the strings against each other in the manner of Gabrieli's polychoral works and his student's, Schutz's, polychoral ecclesiastical works in the concertante style of the first half of the 17th /5(12).
  4. by Heinrich Schütz ( - ), "Saul, Saul, was verfolgst du mich", op. 12 no. 18, SWV. (), from Symphoniae sacrae III - Geistliche Konzerte für Singstimmen und Instrumente, teils mehrchörig, no. [sung text checked 1 time] Researcher for this text: Guy Laffaille [Guest Editor].
  5. May 04,  · Saul, Saul, was verfolgst du mich, SWV Saul, Saul, was verfolgst du mich? Es wird dir schwer werden, wider den Stachel zu löcken. Heinrich Schütz ().
  6. Shop and Buy Saul, Saul, Was Verfolgst Du Mich? SWV sheet music. singing voice, Mixed choir, orchestra sheet music book by Heinrich Schutz (): Baerenreiter Verlag at Sheet Music Plus: The World Largest Selection of Sheet Music. (cativasriverdithinstanturotesag.coinfo).
  7. What began as a quiet reproach, the voice of conscience, now grows into an accusation, the monosyllable punched out and tossed between the two halves of the double choir – to encircle and disorient the now-enfeebled Saul before the Was verfolgst du mich is sped up in dizzying contracted rhythmic patterns and terraced echoes (starts at I.
  8. Soli Deo Gloria is proud to release the last installment of its successful Brahms Symphony series which sees John Eliot Gardiner and his Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique explore the music of Johannes Brahms.

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