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Die Turteltaube lässt sich hören
composer
May 1667
author of text
Songs of Songs 2: 12; John 14: 16; Isaiah 66: 13; 2 Corinthians 1: 3

Recordings
'Knüpfer: Sacred Music' (CDH55393)
Knüpfer: Sacred Music
Buy by post £5.50 CDH55393  Helios (Hyperion's budget label)  
'The King's Consort Collection' (KING7)
The King's Consort Collection
KING7  Super-budget price sampler — Deleted  
Details
Movement 1: Die Turteltaube lässt sich hören
Movement 2: Ich will den Vater bitten
Movement 3: Ihr werdet sehen und euer Herz wird sich freuen
Movement 4: Gelobet sei Gott und der Vater

Die Turteltaube lässt sich hören
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The Whitsun concerto Die Turteltaube lässt sich hören (‘The voice of the turtle dove is heard’) was written for a performance in May 1676, a few months before the death of the composer. Despite the enormous scoring, including four trumpets, the composition presents a particularly sweet mood which demonstrates Knüpfer’s great ability to incorporate stylistic elements of Rosenmüller and various Italian composers without giving up his own monumental style. The text of the work is a dialogue, drawn from different passages of the Bible, and is mostly scored for soloists. In this way the composer skilfully saves the full splendour of the tutti for the concluding hymn of praise to the Holy Trinity.

from notes by Peter Wollny © 2000
English: Viola Scheffel

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Details for CDH55393 track 20
Ich will den Vater bitten
Artists
ISRC
GB-AJY-00-16020
Duration
2'52
Recording date
15 September 1999
Recording venue
St Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Ben Turner
Recording engineer
Philip Hobbs
Hyperion usage
  1. Knüpfer: Sacred Music (CDA67160)
    Disc 1 Track 20
    Release date: May 2000
    Deletion date: May 2009
    Superseded by CDH55393
  2. Knüpfer: Sacred Music (CDH55393)
    Disc 1 Track 20
    Release date: September 2011
    Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
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