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Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber, Noël Akchoté - Missa In Contrapuncto Album


Performer: Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber, Noël Akchoté
Genre: Classical
Title: Missa In Contrapuncto
Country: France
Released: 14 May 2015
Style: Baroque
Label: Noël Akchoté Downloads
Catalog Number: HIF-2
FLAC version ZIP size: 2291 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1605 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1789 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 385

Tracklist

1Missa In Contrapuncto : Kyrie 2:49
2Missa In Contrapuncto : Credo 6:37
3Missa In Contrapuncto : Agnus Dei 1:32
4Missa In Contrapuncto : Gloria 5:17
5Missa In Contrapuncto : Sanctus 2:09

Credits

  • Arranged ByNoël Akchoté
  • Composed ByHeinrich Ignaz Franz Biber
  • Electric GuitarNoël Akchoté
  • Photography By, Artwork, LayoutNoël Akchoté
  • ProducerNoël Akchoté

Notes

Recorded in Paris (France), 15 May 2015 – HIF-2 © Noël Akchoté Downloads 2015 (All Rights Reserved).

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 3614592684134

Companies

  • Distributed By – Believe Digital – BL1408901

Album

During Biber's lifetime, his music was known and imitated throughout Europe. In the late 18th century he was named the best violin composer of the 17th century by music historian Charles Burney. In the late 20th century Biber's music, especially the Mystery Sonatas, enjoyed a renaissance. Today, it is widely performed and recorded. Listen to music from Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber like Passagalia in G minor, I. Praeludium & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber. Biber was born on 12th August 1644 in Stráž pod Ralskem Czechia. He was a violinist at the castle of Kromeriz and the Salzburg court, and In 1684 became Kapellmeister in Salzburg, where he died twenty ye read more. Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber 16441704 was a Czech-Austrian composer and violinist. Noël Akchoté. 2015 Plays the Jazz Studies of Atilla Zoller. In Your Own Sweet Way. Heinrich Biber: Missa in contrapuncto. 2015 Arr. for Guitar. Franz Schubert: Chorwerk, Vol. Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber 12 August 1644 baptised 3 May 1704 was a Bohemian-Austrian composer and violinist. Born in the small Bohemian town of Wartenberg now Stráž pod Ralskem, Biber worked in Graz and Kremsier now Kroměříž before he illegally left his Kremsier employer, Prince-Bishop Carl Liechtenstein-Kastelkorn, and settled in Salzburg. He remained there for the rest of his life, publishing much of his music but apparently seldom, if ever, giving concert tours. Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber: Missa Alleluja Nisi Dominus. Ars Antiqua Austria, Gunar Letzbor, St. Florianer Sängerknaben. Georg Muffat: Missa in Labore Requies from the four galleries of the Abbey Church of Muri Bertali, Schmelzer, Biber: Church Sonatas. Cappella Murensis, Les Cornets Noirs. Noël Ancien. Apollo's Fire, Jeannette Sorrell. Digital Booklet: Biber: Missa Christi resurgentis. Album Only. Sold by Services LLC. Additional taxes may apply. Written probably in 1673-74 for Easter celebrations in 1674 in the Salzburg Cathedral, this work of Heinrich Bibers is a beautiful and very lyrical Mass. Because it was written for performance in the Salzburg Cathedral, Biber has used the setting of the Cathedral itself in the music as the Cathedral has four organ galleries, the musicians have been positioned around the building to highlight the use of dialogue between the parts. Podcast: Heinrich Bibers Missa Salisburgensis. by Naxos Records. 10y ago. fantasticus ensemble. Vrije Geluiden NPO Radio 4 - Peter Moore. General Information. Work Title. Missa Quadragesimalis. Biber, Heinrich Ignaz Franz von. OpusCatalogue NumberOp. Uplevel BACK. PMLP286189-Biber Missa Va1 download. PMLP286189-Biber Missa Va2 download. PMLP286189-Biber Missa Va3 download. PMLP286189-Biber Missa Violone download. Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber 1644 - 1704 Mensa Sonora Musica Antiqua Koln Reinhard Goebel. Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber. 14 March 2017 . Gottfried - Godfrey Finger. Fidicinium Sacro-Profanum - 12 sonatas for 1 or 2 violins, 2 violas, and continuo 1683 Heinrich Franz Ignaz Biber 1644 - 1704. 13 July 2013

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