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Deutsche Barocklieder (German Baroque Songs) - Alix Verzier (cello); Andreas Scholl (counter tenor); Friederike Heumann (viola da gamba);...
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  1. Jetzund kömpt die Nacht herbey
  2. Ach Liebste, laß uns eilen
  3. Turpe senex miles, turpe senilis amor
  4. Veneris miseras resonare querelas
  5. Praeludium & Chaconne, No. 8, for Cembalo
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  1. Jetzund kömpt die Nacht herbey
  2. Ach Liebste, laß uns eilen
  3. Turpe senex miles, turpe senilis amor
  4. Veneris miseras resonare querelas
  5. Praeludium & Chaconne, No. 8, for Cembalo
  6. Die Liebesgluth verkehrt den Muth
  7. Ihr bleibet nicht Bestand verpflicht, aria
  8. Der Liebe Macht herrscht Tag und Nacht, aria
  9. Der Rheinsche Wein
  10. Sonata for violin, viola da gamba & continuo, Op. 2/6
  11. Cecrops, opera: Schmilz, hartes Herz
  12. Flora, opera: Verliebtes Weinen und Lachen
  13. Flora, opera: Die Heißverliebte
  14. Procris, opera: An die Einsamkeit
  15. Cecrops, opera: Die holde Nacht
  16. Kunst des Küssens
  17. Menuetto con variazioni di Locatelli for Laute
  18. Die Nacht
  19. An den Schlaf
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Recorded in 1995 and reissued in the budget HM Gold series in 2010 (with the sumptuous packaging commendably intact), this album has never been one of the "hits" by German countertenor Andreas Scholl. It covers a repertoire that was (and remains) virtually unknown, and it doesn't really play to the sentimental side of Scholl's personality. Nevertheless, this is one of his very best releases, and even casual Scholl fans who missed it the first time around are advised to pick it up. In 1995 he was in absolutely prime voice, ...

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Deutsche Barocklieder (German Baroque Songs) 2010, Harmonia Mundi

UPC: 794881944521

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