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BUXTEHUDE Dietrich (1637-1707) > Cantate BuxWV 75 “Membra Jesu nostri patientis sanctissima” > IV. Ad latus – 2. “Surge, amica mea”

March 19, 2011

Third public recording of the Bach Collegium Paris on March, 19th 2011 in Les Billettes Church (Paris 4th). Patrizia METZLER, musical director. Manon BAUTIAN, soprano. Alicia SANTOS, soprano. Richard WILBERFORCE, contretenor. Peter de LAURENTIIS, tenor. Beltran IRABURU, baryton. BUXTEHUDE Dietrich (1637-1707) Cantate BuxWV 75 “Membra Jesu nostri patientis sanctissima” IV. Ad latus – 2. “Surge, amica mea” Dietrich Buxtehude lived and worked for almost 40 years in the free imperial city of Lübeck. He was the son of Johannes Buxtehude, himself an organist who had emigrated to Denmark and spent 30 years there as organist of Saint-Olaf’s church. When he replaced Franz Tunder as organist at the Marien Kirche in Lübeck in 1786, Dietrich Buxtehude filled one of the most prestigious church music positions in North Germany. Beyond his organist responsibilities, he also served as Werkmeister (administrator and treasurer of the parish). In his role as the city’s principal musician Buxtehude often provided music for the famous Abendmusiken and other private events. The Abendmusiken, initiated by his predecessor Tunder, were evening concerts organized for the public and supported financially by local businessmen. ... read more about this program on : http://www.bachcollegiumparis.org/repertoire/buxtehude-cantates-membra-jesu-nostri-patientis-sanctissima-buxwv-75 © All right reserved Bach Collegium Paris - Paris, France

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