Remorse & redemption in German Baroque

Buxtehude | Telemann | J.S.Bach

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Label: Passacaille

Griet De Geyter, soprano


& il Gardellino Baroque Ensemble


Marcel Ponseele, Lidewei De Sterck, hobo

Joanna Huszcza, Michiyo Kondo, violen

Ingrid Bourgeois, altviool

Mieneke van der Velden, gamba

Ira Givol, cello/cello piccolo

Margreet Bongers, fagot

Frank Coppieters, Peter Rikkers, violone

Leo van Doeselaer, orgel

Tonmeister: Jean-Daniel Noir

Text CD-booklet: Alex Potter

CD - programme


Stille Klagen

Remorse & Redemption in German Baroque


Sonata for violin, viola da gamba &basso continuo in a minor  | BuxWV 254

O dulcis Jesu | BuxWV 83

J.S. BACH  -  Fantasia super Jesu, meine Freude - BWV 713 (organ solo)  

G.Ph. TELEMANN - Ach Herr, strafe mich nicht | TWV 7:2  **world première recording

J.S. BACH  - Jesu, meine Freude - BWV 1105 (organ solo)  


J.S. BACH | Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut | BWV 199


Reviews from earlier cd's & Bach concerts

Leonora Duarte is included in New Grove, but I assume that hardly anyone has ever
heard of her. Thanks to Thomas Baeté and his ensemble Transports Publics she is now more than just a name. With her as the central figure, a most interesting part of musical life in the southern Netherlands from the mid-17th century is brought to life. And this disc also contributes to our knowledge of the fate of Jewish people at a time of religious upheaval. The performances are outstanding: Olalla Alemán and Griet De Geyter have very fine voices, which are excellently suited to this kind of repertoire and which match perfectly in the pieces they sing together. The players make a convincing case for Leonora's consort music. It is nice that her fantasias are available on disc now.

Johan van Veen, voor Musicweb international

Cd The Duarte circle