Charles V in Germany

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Program: #01-18, Air Date: 04/30/01

From the year 2000 Utrecht festival, we continue the theme of music surrounding Charles V (for the 500th anniversary of his birth) with a concert by the Weser-Renaissance Ensemble.

 

NOTE: All of the music on this program is from the
Holland Festival of Early Music at Utrecht 2000; among
the themes was the 500th anniversary celebration of the
birth of Emperor Charles V. This week's performances are
by the ensemble Weser-Renaissance directed by Manfred
Cordes.

For information about travel to the Netherlands, Dutch
culture in the United States, and the Utrecht Festival 2001
you may reach the Netherlands Board of Tourism at:

www.goholland.com

1). ARNOLT SCHLICK (c. 1460-c.1521): Ascendo ad Patrem meum.

2). LUDWIG SENFL (c. 1486-1542/3): Ecce quam bonum.

3). JOHANN WALTER (1496-1570): Komm, heliger Geist
Nun bitten wir den heiligen Geist.
Christ ist erstanden.
Ein geistlich Christ ist erstanden.

4). ARNOLD von BRUCK (c.1500-1554): Ein Geistlichs Lied,
wider den Tuercken.

5). ANON.: Herr, ich ruf dein Namen an.

6). JOHANN WALTER: Ein feste Burg ist under Gott.

7). MARTIN LUTHER (1483-1546): Ein lied fuer die Kinder.

8). STEPHAN MAHU (c. 1480/90-c.1541): Lobt Gott ihr Christen.

9). ANON.: Resonet ein gross Geschrei.

10). PIERRE de MANCHICOURT (c.1510-1564): Nil pace est melius.

11). HEINRICH ISAAC (c.1450-1517)/JOHANNES OTT (??-1546):
Christus filius Dei (over Isaac's "Virgo prudentissima").

Composer Info

ARNOLT SCHLICK (c. 1460-c.1521), LUDWIG SENFL (c. 1486-1542/3), JOHANN WALTER (1496-1570), ARNOLD von BRUCK (c.1500-1554), MARTIN LUTHER (1483-1546), STEPHAN MAHU (c. 1480/90-c.1541), PIERRE de MANCHICOURT (c.1510-1564), HEINRICH ISAAC (c.1450-1517), JOHANNES OTT (??-1546)