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Program: #01-13   Air Date: Mar 26, 2000


Johann Melchior Gletle: Again thanks to the work of Pro Helvetia we can sample some of the sacred works of this unknown master of the early Swiss baroque.

Preservation of this program is made possible by a generous grant from John Crowley.

Johann Melchior Gletle (1626-1683)

NOTE: This program was made possible in part by a grant from PRS, Presence Switzerland; with additional support from Swiss Radio International, Pro Helvetia, and the Embassy of Switzerland in Washington, D.C.

Pro Helvetia sponsors the series of recordings featuring Swiss composers.

Susanne Ryden, soprano.
Ulrich Messthaler, bass.
Ensemble Musica Fiorita.
Daniela Dolci, harpsichord and director.


--Celebrus cum gaudio (from Op. 5, 1677); for soprano.
--Quis mihi det bibere (from Op. 1, 1667); for bass.
--Factum est praelium (from Op. 5); for soprano.
--Bonum certamen (from Op. 1); for bass.
--Salve regina (from Op. 1); for bass.
--Victimae paschali (from Op. 5); for bass.
--Quosque dormis (from Op. 5); for bass.

Pan Classics CD 510.130.

Composer Info

Johann Melchior Gletle (1626-1683)

CD Info

CD 510.130

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