The music on this recording was written by three of the great composers of the Baroque era and is undoubtedly of the highest quality. As a universal form of expression, music can overcome the boundaries of time, place and language. It has the unique power to speak to us, despite our distance from the time of it's creation. Music can also permeate many a spiritual text, which seems to be far removed from our modern secular world, with emotional power and immediacy. If this happens, as here, with excellent interpreters such as the soprano Griet de Geyter and the ensemble Il gardellino, then this effect is intensified to a unique musical enjoyment.
The music on this recording was written by three of the great composers of the Baroque era and is undoubtedly of the highest quality. As a universal form of expression, music can overcome the boundaries of time, place and language. It has the unique power to speak to us, despite our distance from the time of it's creation. Music can also permeate many a spiritual text, which seems to be far removed from our modern secular world, with emotional power and immediacy. If this happens, as here, with excellent interpreters such as the soprano Griet de Geyter and the ensemble Il gardellino, then this effect is intensified to a unique musical enjoyment.
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Format: CD
Label: PASSACAILLE
Rel. Date: 11/06/2020
UPC: 5425004910400

Stille Klagen
Artist: Telemann
Format: CD
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The music on this recording was written by three of the great composers of the Baroque era and is undoubtedly of the highest quality. As a universal form of expression, music can overcome the boundaries of time, place and language. It has the unique power to speak to us, despite our distance from the time of it's creation. Music can also permeate many a spiritual text, which seems to be far removed from our modern secular world, with emotional power and immediacy. If this happens, as here, with excellent interpreters such as the soprano Griet de Geyter and the ensemble Il gardellino, then this effect is intensified to a unique musical enjoyment.