Inter Brachia Salvatoris Mei - Heinrich Schütz - Weser-Renaissance / Manfred Cordes - Cantiones Sacrae (CD, Album)
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Description optional. I can't 'hear' the baton of Manfred Cordes anywhere in the music - another compliment, since this polyphony has to sound utterly free in rhythmic rhetoric - yet the ensemble is so close, so precise in articulations that I must believe either in telepathy or brilliant conducting. The Cantiones Sacrae are unusual historically also - texts in Latin, composed by a devout Lutheran working for the most Protestant prince in Europe and dedicated to a mover-and-shaker in the Catholic Hapsburg court in Vienna.
This was in ! Friends, I realize that I've waxed enthusiastic about several Schuetz performances in recent reviews, but this is a performance you've got to hear. There are several other CDs available of selections from the Cantiones Sacrae, but none of them approach this one in musicianship.
It is sad but more than a little bit humorous that the dogmas of the "Historically Informed", 1VPP, "Period Instrument" crowd are becoming so powerful that practitioners are led to find ridiculously torturous solutions to totally artificial, hideously complicated problems.
I suppose Cordes is to be congradulated on finding a solution that works, at least in the sense that the music comes through clearly, but then the same might be achieved by playing the pieces on an organ. The dogma in this case: One must use a counter-tenor or "adult male alto" or "high tenor" or whatever. We have years of experience in the production of raw silk and 60 years of experience in blending silk with other natural fibres.
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