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A. Lotti: Missa Sapientiae / J.S.Bach: Magnificat BWV 243a

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Wunderschöne Aufnahme von den Barock Komponisten Antonio Lotti und Johann Sebastian Bach. Zart in der Betonung, vor allem in der Missa Sapientiae, getragen im Chor. Ein Dank besonders an die hervorragenden Solistinnen und Solisten für diese Darbietung.
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Endlich wieder mal eine Einspielung der ursprünglichen Es-Dur-Fassung (mit den vier leider selten gehörten Einlagesätzen) des Bachschen Magnificats, die überzeugt. Bedingungslos Transparent (z.B. habe ich die 1. Violine während der Einleitung des 'Magnificat anima mea' noch bei keiner Aufnahme so markant herausgehört), agogisch stabil, zurückhaltend mit Paraphrasierungen: Chor & Orchester musizieren(!) und harmonieren bestens, die Freude an der Musik ist spürbar. Auch dem Tonmeister sei an dieser Stelle ein kleines Kränzchen gewunden, ganz im Gegensatz zu Jenem meiner sonst favorisierten Aufnahme mit Gardiner (Philips). Alles in allem ein Genuss, nicht nur für Besetzungs-Asketen! Tipp: da sich die Gesangssolisten aus dem B. Neumann-Chor rekrutieren, sollte man sich die CD vor dem Kauf aber auf jeden Fall anhören!
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Wunderschöne Aufnahme von den Barock Komponisten Antonio Lotti und dem alle überragenden Johann Sebastian Bach. Sehr zart in der Betonung, vor allem in der Missa Sapientiae, getragen im Chor. Eine Musik die einen gut durch den Tag trägt. Ein Dank besonders an die hervorragenden Solistinnen und Solisten für diese Darbietung.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Familiarity Does NOT Breed Contempt! 12. Januar 2012
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Not in the case of Bach's "Magnificat" anyway. There are at least fifty different available recordings of the Magnificat; most of them are worth hearing and many of them are superbly performed. There are performances conducted by Gardiner, Herreweghe, Harnoncourt, Parrott, Koopman, Kuijken, McCreesh, Fasolis, Pierlot, and Haim -- those are the ones I keep on my Bach shelf -- and all of them are excellent. If I had to choose only one, for the moment, I'd opt for Emmanuelle Haim's astoundingly energetic interpretation, despite the fact that i often hear Haim's performances as overwrought. This performance conducted by Thomas Hengelbrock deserves a place on that shelf also. If anyone reading this review has never heard the Bach Magnificat -- never truly lived, that is -- and demands to know whether I'd recommend this CD first and foremost, the answer is "no". I'd suggest Pierlot first - Bach: Magnificat - and I'd assume that the listener would be compelled to hear Haim's interpretation Bach - Magnificat / Handel - Dixit Dominus - and then ... well, each and all of them.

Despite the claims of certain nationalistic musicologists, Antonio Lotti was not a German, not born in Hanover. He was Venetian, the child of Venetian musicians, who got his musical training in Venice and apparently spent most of his career there. It was his father, Matteo Lotti, who was working in Hanover when Antonio was born. Antonio spent just two years in Dresden -- 1717-1719 -- while several of his operas were being staged there. He was, like most Italian composers of his era, best known as an opera composer. The notes that accompany this CD are delightfully informative about his life.

The Kyrie and Gloria from Lotti's Missa Sapientiae recorded here are taken from a manuscript from the collection of JS Bach, partly copied in Bach's own writing. Bach probably got score second hand, from a copy made by Johan Dismas Zelenka in Dresden. What a pedigree, eh? Bach, supposedly the all-pious Lutheran, had suddenly become enamored of the Italianate Latin Missa, for the excellent reason that he was angling for a job at the Catholic court of Dresden, or at worst a few "commissions" from that Court. He got 'scratch' for his efforts, but the interest resulted in some of his finest music, including eventually his monumental Mass in B minor.

Lotti's Missa Sapientiae -- so named by Zelenka -- sounds nothing at all like Bach or Zelenka. It's blithe and airy by comparison. Its sounds much more like the typical "numbers mass" for voices and instruments of later composers, particularly the early masses of Joseph Haydn. In such masses, each phrase of the Proper text is set separately and distinctively, with varying instrumentation and affect. Lotti's Gloria is divided into ten movements, ranging in length from a minute and a half to three and a half minutes. Masses of this sort, in that era, were essentially celebrations of civic or courtly grandeur and could extend for several hours of music.

Lotti was almost twenty years older than Bach. He could well be regarded as a major innovator of the high baroque instrumental/vocal Missa. Curiously enough, in his later years, he turned sharply away from such grandiosity and devoted himself to composing in the severe antiquated-sanctified style of Palestrina, a decision that no doubt hastened his oblivion. There are still rather few recordings of Lotti's music available, and the best of them are all performances by this "Balthasar-Neumann" ensemble, with Thomas Hengelbrock conducting.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Five Stars 23. August 2016
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What a Great Discovery!!!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen a voice teacher and early music fan 31. Mai 2013
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THOMAS HENGELBROCK: HE MARCHES TO HIS OWN DRUMMER!

Thomas Hengelbrock has many facets: researcher, scholar, musician, creative (free) thinker. Combine these attributes and we have one of the most complex and exciting artist personalities of our time. As founder and director of the excellent Balthasar-Neumann Choir and Ensemble, he produces internationally sought-after concerts and opera productions. 'His conducting is illuminating' (AFP); so beguiling that it leaves one breathless. His concert activities are marked with unconventional program concepts as he moves effortlessly from the almost forgotten (Antonio Lotti) and the contemporary.

MISSA SAPIENTIAE: It takes only one hearing of this wonderfully written albeit short 18th century Mass for soloists, choir and orchestra, for the listener to realize the incredible talent of this composer whose music is yet to be catalogued. Bach and Handel both made copies of this Mass as did eventually Zelenka. Bits and pieces of Lotti's style is evidenced in their music. When Bach fashioned his 'Crucifixus' in his B minor Mass, the choral chromaticism and accompaniment of Lotti's 'Qui Tollis' must have been in his mind. And there are many more examples from Lotti used by Bach, Lotti's instrumental score is so exciting and interesting and melodious and rhythmic that I know I could just subtract the voices and enjoy it instrumentally.

MAGNIFICAT IN E FLAT BWV243a: This original version of Bach's Magnificat differs from its D Major revision in several respects, the main one being that there aare four very attractive movements for Christmas. It was quite interesting to hear this rendition partly because of the radical tempo changes in three of the movements. I will list them and indicate two other recordings of these (Gardiner & Cleobury) comparing them with Hengelbrock for it is noteworthy. (MM= metronome speed). "Omnes Generationes", Gardiner MM104; Cleobury MM96; Hengelbrock MM108- "Fecit Potentiam" , Gardiner MM104; Cleobury MM96; Hengelbrock 106-"Deposuit Potentes", Gardiner MM110;Cleobury MM108; Hengelbrock MM120 ( A racing tempo for the tenor soloist to be sure). If you have listened often (as I have) to the D Major revision this at first is a 'jolt' to your system, but I have learned to enjoy it within its own framework. I doubt that Hengelbrock's tempos were mandated in the score; that's Hengelbrock marching to his own drummer.

CLASSICAL MUSIC GUIDE: "This (Missa Sapientiae) is a fascinating find and well performed by the pleasingly cohesive Balthasar-Neumann Ensemble & Choir, who convey its mood of bright confidence."

The text is in French, German and English. Please note that this CD has been reissued in a 2 CD package along with Lotti's Requiem Mass.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Beautifully done, very 25. September 2014
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I am not conversant with musicological terminology, etc, but over the last few years I have been totally "gobsmacked" with Antonio Lotti. I've almost worn out this disc I've played it so often-and not for the Bach! Beautifully done, very, very moving music. I wish there were more recordings dedicated to Mr Lotti.
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