Lobe den Herren - Triosonata C Major (J. S. Bach - BWV 529 - Organ: Fr. Amselgruber)
A collection of works focusing on the praise of God, the album Lobe den Herren includes pieces from Schütz's renaissance Magnificat to the contemporary composer Ēriks Ešenvalds's mystic O Salutaris Hostia. Recorded during the 2014 choir week in Saarbrücken, these works are an excerpt from the repertoire performed at the Schlosskirche in Blieskastel.
Lobe Den Herren (Glory Be To God) (2014)
Cantata: "Lobe den Herren, den mächtigen König der Ehren" (J. S. Bach BWV 137)
Triosonata C Major (Fr. Amselgruber - Organ; BWV 529)
Laudate Dominum (W. A. Mozart KV 339, from "Vesperae Solennes de Confessore")
Nun Danket Alle Gott - Now Praise We All Our God (John Rutter - from Two Hynms of Praise)
O Salutaris Hostia (Eriks Esenvalds)
Magnificat (Heinrich Schütz)
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