Ref. HWV German Title. Brockes Passion (Der für die Sünde der Welt gemarterte und sterbende Jesus). English Title. Passion after. Barthold Hinrich Brockes was a prolific poet of the early-German Enlightenment. From a literary standpoint Brockes’s most important and, indeed, voluminous. Sunday, March 25, | P.M.. Friday, March 30, | P.M.. ​. Christ the King Lutheran Church. Rice Boulevard, Houston. The Passion is.

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Archived from the original on 24 September Sebastian Noack ; Soprano [Tochter Zion]: Drew Minter ; Counter-tenor: To me, Handel here displays not only his incredible range of musical expression, but he also, importantly and unusually, uses and colours his own native language to reach an artistic level which I think far surpasses other contemporary settings by, for example, Telemann and Mattheson.

The all-time greats Read about the artists who changed the world of classical music. Handel was already well established in London when he wrote the Brockes Passion.


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Bach 2 nd performance: Views Read Edit View history. How to add your events to Bachtrack. George Frideric Handel’s lost Hamburg operas. Occasionally this brockkes true of the orchestra though there are many instances of fine ensemble playing and eloquent solo and concertino contributions. Margaret Field ; Soprano: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Neil Jenkins ; Bass: This is a big project, with a cast of soloists from across Northern Europe, and concerts in several countries — can you start by telling us a bit more about it? What follows is a sequence of recitataives, arias, choruses and chorales.

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Chi sprezzando Die ihr Gottes Gnad’ [2: Recorded live at St. Barthold Heinrich Brockes Handel made slight word modifications in the Brockes text, and set only movements, omitting occasional repetitive trio-aria commentaries, such as No.

Mar 25, Good Friday. Markus Brutscher ; Tenor [Petrus]: M-1 The Stanford Archive Series: There is also, a rather indulgent piestistic element in the text which cloys after a short while and Brockes, furthermore, seldom loses an opportunity to moralize.


The few choruses, perhaps surprisingly in view of Handel’s later large scale choral works, are short and perfunctory in comparison with the arias, some of which are in an operatic style, others with simple accompaniment of solo oboe or obbligato violin.

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Brockes-Passion, HWV 48 (Handel, George Frideric)

George Frideric Handel’s lost Hamburg operas List of operas. Peter HarveyJakob Bloch Jespersen.

I personally have no such qualms — we are after all squarely in the Baroque period! Amongst the soloists there are none that I would describe as inadequate and several that are first-rate. Nicholas McGegan directs a stylish and lively account of the oratorio having at his disposal a largely first-rate group of soloists and an effective if not always polished orchestra.

Brockes Passion, TWV 5: Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields. More by Jane Shuttleworth.