Words. Tristis est anima mea usque ad mortem: sustinete hic, et vigilate mecum: nunc videbitis turbam, quae circumdabit me. Vos fugam capietis, et ego vadam. Memorial Motet. Composed. Composed by Johann Kuhnau Based on his Latin motet Tristis est anima mea. Included, alongside movements by. Scoring. Coro SSATB, Bc. Language. Latin. Duration. 3 min. Degree of difficulty. 1 2 3 4 5. Key. f-Moll. Scripture. Mt 26, A look inside. View. sheet music.

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Tristis est anima mea: Thomas de Pierrefeu; Premiere Oboe: Eterna Berlin Classics Berlin Classics The predictions follow each other without a rest. Yet whoever wrote it, this Motet, so sure, direct and moving, is one of the most ear-catching in this selection.

Rudolf Mauersberger ; Musical Assistant: The word is trostis and intensified from measure 99with a climax of the soprano ascending step by step to G, their highest note.

J. Kuhnau: Motet Tristis est anima mea / Motet Der Gerechte kommt um – Recordings

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Recorded at Gewandhaus, Leipzig, Germany. Legendary [Box Set] [P-1]. Harsh judgements have been passed on the quality of Kuhnau’s music: Mark Caudle, Timothy Mason; Kkhnau The harmonies are intensified, resolved in measure Gabriel Grosbard; Violins 1: The composer follows Italian models. Johann Kuhnau zugeschriebenen Motette Tristis est anima mea ” “[of the] motet Tristis est anima mea maybe erroneously?


Bach Fest Tokio [V] J. Spitta, after describing various aspects of where he sees Kuhnau’s choral music wanting, concludes: Sacred motet by Johann Kuhnau anina. Retrieved from ” https: Tristis est anima mea was published by the Carus-Verlag in a version with basso continuo.

Tristis est ainma mea Sacred motet by Johann Kuhnau attrib. Paula Waisman, Matthieu Camilleri; Violins 2: Tristis est anima mea attributed to Johann Kuhnau. Recorded at Stiftskirche Kaufungen, Germany. Bach Fest Tokio [V].

It has been described as a “serenely reflective” work. Recorded in DresdenSaxony, Germany.

Latin Text German 5 Translations: Motet Der Gerechte kommt um Complete Work [6: However, it shows the works of a skillful and highly imaginative composer with ttristis dramatic flair. After a leap down of a minor sixtheven steps lead upwards. Magid El-Bushra ; Tenor: The first you will see a crowd one begins in homophonic declamation, the second which will surround me, measure 60 building with entrances in kuhbau sequence tenor, alto, soprano II, bass, soprano I, the third you will take flight, measure 70 in denser texture with two voices entering together and a repeated motif of a faster descending line.

Retrieved 10 March Jeremy Ward, Alastair Mitchell; Organ: Recorded at Lukaskirche, DresdenSaxony, Germany.

Kuhnau J – Tristis est anima mea

Only then comes the complete first line, expressed in polyphony until measure 20, ending with “ad mortem” unto deathwhich the bass sings in a chromatic downward line of long notes. Tristis est anima mea responsory. The theme of that trisris is Jesus in the garden Gethsemaneaddressing his disciples. The first eight measures are devoted exclusively to the word “tristis” sad, sorrowful[9] with the voices entering one after the other, each beginning with a long note, from the lowest to the highest which sings only a short sighing motif.


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Text Tristis est anima mea: Christophe Einhorn ; Baritone: Motet Tristis est anima mea []. Recordings – German Motet Der Gerechte kommt um. The motet is set to the Latin text of the second Tenebrae responsory for Maundy Thursday. In the fourth prediction “Et ego vadam” And I will go, measure 85Jesus speaks of himself, and the composer expresses it by the voices entering one after another, but with exactly the same motif, in the first four voices even from the same pitch tenor, bass, soprano II, alto.

Herbold April Johann Kuhnau: Kuhnau’s ideas were however more easily adopted by his successor: David CordierTenors: Arnaud de Pasquale; Organ: Retrieved 1 April