Lost Music Of Early America: Music Of The Moravians

Martin Pearlman & Boston Baroque

Lost Music Of Early America Music Of The Moravians
  • CAT # 80482-25

    DISC ONE  
    1. Hymn: Freuen wir uns 1:27
    2. Johann Friedrich Peter: Der Herr ist mein Theil 1:29
    3. Jeremiah Dencke: Meine Seele erhebet den Herrn 1:43
    4. Johann Friedrich Peter: Es ist ein kostlich Ding 1:59
    5. Hymn: Join We All with One Accord 1:41
    6. David Moritz Michael: Hail Infant Newborn 1:04
    7. John Antes: Loveliest Immanuel 2:11
    8. Simon Peter: Ich will euch wie ein Thau seyn 1:48
    9. Johann A. P. Schulz: Thou Child Divine 2:08
    10. Hymn: Zeige mir dein Angesicht 1:35
    11. Hymn: Heiliger Herre Gott 1:50
    12. Johann Peter Kellner, arr. Christian Gregor: Ach Schonster unter allen 5:04
    13. Johannes Herbst: Suchet sein Antlitz 1:51
    14. John Gambold: Die mit Thranen saen 2:36
    15. Hymn: Lob Gott getrost mit Singen 1:00
    16. Johann Christian Geisler: O lieblicher Heiland, du mein Versohner 2:30
    17. Jeremiah Dencke: Gesegnet bist du, sein Volk 1:34
    18. Johannes Herbst: Ich gehe einher in der Kraft des Herrn 2:45
    19. Hymn: Herz Und Herz Vereint Zusammen 1:56
    20. Hymn: Kommt, danket dem Helden 1:15
    21. Christian Gregor: Das ist ein Tag
    22. Johann Friedrich Peter: Ich will immer harren 1:28
    23. Johann Friedrich Peter: Ich danke Dir ewiglich 1:58
    24. Johann Christian Geisler: Die Frucht des Geistes ist Liebe 2:14
    25. Georg Gottfried Muller: O Sing, all ye Redeemed 3:53
    26. Jeremiah Dencke: Mein Herz dichtet ein feines Lied 2:14
    27. Simon Peter: Siehe meine Knechte 2:40
    28. Johann Friedrich Peter: Ich will dir ein Freudenopfer thun 2:01
    29. Hymn (J. C. Bechler): Sing Hallelujah 1:01
    30. Hymn: Herr und Altster deiner Kreuzgemeine 1:06
    31. Hymn: Jesus Makes My Heart Rejoice
    32. John Gambold: Rondo for piano 5:02
    DISC TWO  
    1. Martin Pearlman Discusses Music Of The Moravians 21:53
Telarc presents the first and only available CD recording of American Moravian music—the first true early American classical music, beautifully performed by America's oldest continuing period instruments ensemble, Boston Baroque.

Because many of the compositions are short, director Martin Pearlman arranged them into the patterns appropriate for the Moravian “Lovefeast,” or Liebesmahl, a special kind of sung service still in use today, which includes the singing of hymns, psalms and anthems. Included are Lovefeasts for Christmas, Lent and the simple giving of thanks. Also featured are two pieces for trombone choir and a piece for solo pianoforte.

Boston Baroque is the oldest continuing period instrument orchestra in North America, and remains one of the most stunning as well.

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