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Music of the Augustan Age

Dresden Recordings

Giovanni Alberto Ristori

Christmas At The Court Of Dresden - Carus-Verlag 83169
  • Mass in D "Per il santissimo natale di Nostro Signore" by Giovanni Alberto Ristori
  • Motetto pastorale by Giovanni Alberto Ristori
  • "Jesu redemptor omnium" by Anonymous
  • "Christus natus est nobis" by Anonymous
  • Pastorale per la notte della nativitate Christi in A major by Johann David Heinichen
  • Praeludium in C minor by Josef F. Norbert Seger
  • Te deum by Johann David Heinichen

Christine Wolff (soprano), Britta Schwarz (alto), Martin Petzold (tenor), Dresden Instrumental Concert/Peter Kopp

Carus-Verlag 83169
Calandro - Commedia per Musica 1726 - KammerTon KT22005
  • Egbert Junghanns (Calandro) - baritone
  • Jan Kobow (Alceste) - tenor
  • Martin Wölfel (Nearco) - countertenor
  • Maria Jonas (Agide) - mezzo-soprano
  • Britta Schwarz (Clizia) - alto

Batzdorfer Hofkapelle/Tobias Schade & Stefan Rath

KammerTon KT22005
La Voce Virtuosa: Lute and the Saxon Vocal Tradition - PGM 106
  • "Canto Divoti Affetti" by Giovanni Alberto Ristori
  • "Io vorrei saper, d'amore" by Johann David Heinichen
  • Cantata: "La bella fiammo ò Tirsi" by Johann David Heinichen
  • "Lascia che nei suo viso" by Lotti
  • "Felice io me n'andro di Giove" by Fux
  • Allemande in F minor by Weiss

Tamara Crout Matthews (soprano), Jennifer Lane (mezzo-soprano), Jorgan-Michael Schwarz and Karen Marmer (violins), Loretta O'Sullivan (cello), Timothy Burris (lute & theorbo), Eric Milnes (organ & harpsichord)

Includes the world-premiere recording of Ristori's "Canto Divotti Affeti" which was presumed until early 1995 to have been destroyed during the World War II bombings of Dresden.

PGM 106

Copyright © 1996-2000, David Charlton.

Johann Adolf Hasse
Johann David Heinichen
Antonio Lotti
Johann Georg Pisendel
Francesco Maria Veracini
Sylvius Leopold Weiss
Jan Dismas Zelenka

On to Bibliography,
back to Other Ensembles at Court
back to the Introduction.

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