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The Triumph of Love / De Triomfeerende Min

Camerata Trajectina

The Triumph of Love / De Triomfeerende Min

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Format: CD
Label: Globe
UPC: 8711525606906
Catnr: GLO 6069
Release date: 06 July 2012
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Label
Globe
UPC
8711525606906
Catalogue number
GLO 6069
Release date
06 July 2012

"On the CD, we must make do with just the musical part of the show but this remains perfect "

tom, 01-4-2012
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Camerata Trajectina

It is impossible to imagine Dutch musical life without Camerata Trajectina. The early music ensemble has made a name for itself by pleading for Dutch music from the 16th en 17th century, in particular songs, and aims to bring this music back to life, in a playful and scientifically justified way. Camerata Trajectina comprises a nucleus of musicians, to which musicians and ensembles can be added. The group’s programmes deal chiefly with social events, such as exhibitions and commemorations of events and individuals from Dutch history. The group took part in almost all editions of the Utrecht Early Music Festival, gave hundreds of concerts in the Nederlands and Flanders and toured to amongst others the United States, Canada, Ghana and Indonesia. It...
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It is impossible to imagine Dutch musical life without Camerata Trajectina. The early music ensemble has made a name for itself by pleading for Dutch music from the 16th en 17th century, in particular songs, and aims to bring this music back to life, in a playful and scientifically justified way.
Camerata Trajectina comprises a nucleus of musicians, to which musicians and ensembles can be added. The group’s programmes deal chiefly with social events, such as exhibitions and commemorations of events and individuals from Dutch history.
The group took part in almost all editions of the Utrecht Early Music Festival, gave hundreds of concerts in the Nederlands and Flanders and toured to amongst others the United States, Canada, Ghana and Indonesia. It has also recorded more than 30 albums with Dutch music.

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Saskia Coolen (recorder)

In 2012, recorder player Saskia Coolen discovered by chance, in the Historical Museum in Den Briel, the head joint of an alto recorder, made by the instrument maker Engelbert Terton. She brought in the recorder builder and expert Jan Bouterse who thoroughly cleaned and restored the joint. He suggested that there might well be other playble recorders to be found in private collections. In the years since then, Saskia’s research has turned up six forgotten eighteenth-century recorders: five altos and a sopranino. On this album she plays these rediscovered recorders, together with gambist Rainer Zipperling and harpsichordist Patrick  Ayrton, in eighteenth-century music by De Fesch, Nozeman, Van Wassenaer and other contemporaries. In 2004 Saskia also played on historic recorders, from the  collection...
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In 2012, recorder player Saskia Coolen discovered by chance, in the Historical Museum in Den Briel, the head joint of an alto recorder, made by the instrument maker Engelbert Terton. She brought in the recorder builder and expert Jan Bouterse who thoroughly cleaned and restored the joint. He suggested that there might well be other playble recorders to be found in private collections. In the years since then, Saskia’s research has turned up six forgotten eighteenth-century recorders: five altos and a sopranino.
On this album she plays these rediscovered recorders, together with gambist Rainer Zipperling and harpsichordist Patrick Ayrton, in eighteenth-century music by De Fesch, Nozeman, Van Wassenaer and other contemporaries.
In 2004 Saskia also played on historic recorders, from the collection of the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague, resulting in the album Recorders Recorded.

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Nico van der Meel (tenor)

After having been a student in mathematics at the Leiden University, Nico van der Meel decided to become a professional musician. He initially studied choral conducting at the Rotterdam Conservatory, but from 1982 he studied singing with professor Margreet Honig. He concluded his studies cum laude in 1987, after which he took part in masterclasses with Evelyn Lear, Ruud van der Meer, Robert Holl, Elly Ameling and Elisabeth Schwarzkopf amongst others. In the past few years he has been invited as a teacher to several summercourses, like the 'La Caixa' Curso Internacional de Música. Nico van der Meel made an early debut with the Concertgebouw Orchestra during the 1987/1988 season and that same season also sang the tenor arias in a...
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After having been a student in mathematics at the Leiden University, Nico van der Meel decided to become a professional musician. He initially studied choral conducting at the Rotterdam Conservatory, but from 1982 he studied singing with professor Margreet Honig. He concluded his studies cum laude in 1987, after which he took part in masterclasses with Evelyn Lear, Ruud van der Meer, Robert Holl, Elly Ameling and Elisabeth Schwarzkopf amongst others. In the past few years he has been invited as a teacher to several summercourses, like the "La Caixa" Curso Internacional de Música.

Nico van der Meel made an early debut with the Concertgebouw Orchestra during the 1987/1988 season and that same season also sang the tenor arias in a recording of Bach's St. John Passion conducted by Sigiswald Kuijken. He performed with conducters such as Nikolaus Harnoncourt, John Eliot Gardiner, Gustav Leonhardt, Peter Schreier, Jan Willem de Vriend, Jos van Veldhoven, Helmuth Rilling, Michel Corboz and Sir Colin Davis. Although he became internationally known for his performances of the role of Evangelist in J.S.Bach's Passions, he has a broad concert repertoire, including music from the 16th to the 20th century. In the years 1989 to 1996 he took part in concert tours and recordings of Bach's Mass in B minor and – as Evangelist – in Bach's St.John Passion and St.Matthew Passion by the Orchestra of the 18th Century conducted by Frans Brüggen for Philips Classics. Nico van der Meel can be heard on large number of other albums with early music, as the discograhpy on this website reveals.

In the Netherlands Nico van der Meel was a guest at all major stages for chamber music, but also in Germany, Spain and France he performed in song recitals. For these recitals he works in close connection with pianists Dido Keuning and Leo van Doeselaer amongst others. Albums were published with early songs by Hugo Wolf and with songs by the Dutch composers Johannes Verhulst, Leander Schlegel and Constantijn Huygens.

He has performed a number of operatic roles, including Alfred in Fledermaus by Johann Strauss, Sellem in Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress, Pedrillo in Mozart's Entführung aus dem Serail conducted by Christopher Hogwood, Don Ottavio in Mozart's Don Giovanni directed by Arnold Östman (recorded by Decca L'Oiseau Lyre) and Camacho in Mendelssohn's Die Hochzeit des Camacho with Anima Eterna led by Jos van Immerseel (recorded by Channel Classics).

Nico van der Meel is a member of the ensemble Camerata Trajectina which is recognized as a major advocate for Dutch music of the 16th and 17th century. With this ensemble he made more than fifteen albums. Nico van der Meel is also the leader of the William Byrd Vocal Emsemble, a choir that is mainly occupied with a capella music from the middle ages until the 21th century. Furthermore he coaches ensembles and led projects with various groups.


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Erik Beijer (timpani)

Hieke Meppelink (soprano)

Renate Arends (soprano)

Dutch soprano Renate Arends regularly appears in concert and opera repertoire that ranges from Monteverdi to the 20th Century, working with conductors such as Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Edo de Waart, Peter Dijkstra, Marcus Creed, Iván Fischer, Christopher Moulds, Paul McCreesh, Marc Albrecht, Ed Spanjaard, Manuel Lopez-Gomez, Jan Willem de Vriend and Kenneth Montgomery. Recent and future highlights include Bach’s Matthäus-Passion with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and the Residentie Orkest, La Bergère, La Chauvesouris and La Chouette in L'Enfant et les Sortilèges and Villa-Lobos’ Bachianas Brasileiras, both with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Canteloube’s Chants d’Auvergne with the Amsterdam Sinfonietta, Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem with the Residentie Orkest (recorded for Challenge records) and the Choir of the Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim, Haydn’s Die Schöpfung...
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Dutch soprano Renate Arends regularly appears in concert and opera repertoire that ranges from Monteverdi to the 20th Century, working with conductors such as Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Edo de Waart, Peter Dijkstra, Marcus Creed, Iván Fischer, Christopher Moulds, Paul McCreesh, Marc Albrecht, Ed Spanjaard, Manuel Lopez-Gomez, Jan Willem de Vriend and Kenneth Montgomery.
Recent and future highlights include Bach’s Matthäus-Passion with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and the Residentie Orkest, La Bergère, La Chauvesouris and La Chouette in L'Enfant et les Sortilèges and Villa-Lobos’ Bachianas Brasileiras, both with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Canteloube’s Chants d’Auvergne with the Amsterdam Sinfonietta, Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem with the Residentie Orkest (recorded for Challenge records) and the Choir of the Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim, Haydn’s Die Schöpfung with The Orchestra of the 18th Century and with The Hague Philharmonic, Mozart’s Requiem with the Residentie Orkest, Handel’s The Messiah and Orff’s Carmina Burana with the Nederlandse Händelvereniging, her role-debut as Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni with the Netherlands Symphony Orchestra, Bach’s Magnificat at the Zaterdagmatinee series at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, John Rutters’ Magnificat with Holland Symfonia and Vespetta in Telemann’s Pimpinone at the Grachtenfestival Amsterdam. In recital, she has appeared with pianist Roger Vignoles at De Doelen in Rotterdam.
In opera, she has appeared as Frasquita in Carmen and Gianetta in L’Elisir d’Amore, both at the Dutch National Opera in Amsterdam, Elisetta in Cimarosa’s Matrimonio segreto at Scottish Opera, Zerlina in Don Giovanni with the Combattimento Consort Amsterdam, Belinda in Dido and Aeneas in a production of the Festival Classique in The Hague and Virtù in Monteverdi’s L’Incoronazione di Poppea at Theater an der Wien.
Her other operatic roles include Musetta in La Bohème, Constance in Dialogues des Carmélites, Drusilla in L’Incoronazione di Poppea, Euridice in Orfeo ed Euridice, Poppea in Handel’s Agrippina, Fenena in Nabucco, Therèse in Les Mamelles de Tirésias, Adèle in Die Fledermaus and Hanna Glawari in Die Lustige Witwe.
Ms Arends graduated from the Royal Conservatory in The Hague and completed her studies at the International Opera Centrum in Amsterdam and at the Steans Institute in Chicago.

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Susan Jonker (soprano)

Talitha van der Spek (mezzo soprano)

Annelies van der Vegt (baroque violin)

Peter Affourtit (baroque violin)

Frank Anepool (trumpet)

Frank Anepool began studying the cornet at the age of eight and shortly thereafter began playing in the brass band in his home town, Wormer. In this band he developed his playing skills and gained valuable experience as a soloist. His first lessons were with Ben Zaal and after high school he studied with Peter Masseurs at the Amsterdam Conservatory, where he received his Master’s degrees in both performance and pedagogy. Frank has always had an interest in historically informed performance practice and this led him to study Baroque trumpet with Susan Williams at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. He has worked extensively with a number of renowned ensembles, such as the Combattimento Consort and Collegium Vocale Gent, and has made...
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Frank Anepool began studying the cornet at the age of eight and shortly thereafter began playing in the brass band in his home town, Wormer. In this band he developed his playing skills and gained valuable experience as a soloist. His first lessons were with Ben Zaal and after high school he studied with Peter Masseurs at the Amsterdam Conservatory, where he received his Master’s degrees in both performance and pedagogy.

Frank has always had an interest in historically informed performance practice and this led him to study Baroque trumpet with Susan Williams at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. He has worked extensively with a number of renowned ensembles, such as the Combattimento Consort and Collegium Vocale Gent, and has made numerous recordings. For many years he has performed with The Bach Orchestra of the Netherlands as both first trumpeter and as soloist. It was in this ensemble that he met Vaughan Schlepp and they have performed extensively together.

As a versatile trumpeter, Frank has also established himself as a performer of modern classical music and has played many world premières. He has performed with Combustion Chamber, is a member of the Clazz Ensemble, and as a freelance musician he performs and makes recordings with numerous orchestras and ensembles. He conducts both choirs and brass bands, and he has taught principle study Baroque trumpet at the Amsterdam Conservatory. In addition, he is a composer and as a singer and trumpeter has released an album of his own songs.

Frank plays on a Boosey & Hawkes Souvereign 920 medium-bore cornet which was built in the 1970s. The mouthpiece is a Guilbaut Couesnon No. 2 built in Paris in the 1880s.


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Mark Geelen (trumpet)

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On the CD, we must make do with just the musical part of the show but this remains perfect 
tom, 01-4-2012

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01.
De Triomfeerende Min : Preludium
02:12
(Carolus Hacquart)
02.
De Triomfeerende Min : Verlatenw', ô Geluk, nooyt deze steê (Vrede, Geluk, Pan)
05:10
(Carolus Hacquart) Hieke Meppelink, Talitha van der Spek
03.
De Triomfeerende Min : Dans van saters, menaden, bosbewoners
01:53
(Carolus Hacquart)
04.
De Triomfeerende Min : Marsch
00:50
(Carolus Hacquart)
05.
De Triomfeerende Min : Kom schoone moeder van de min (minnaars en minnaressen)
00:49
(Carolus Hacquart) Susan Jonker, Talitha van der Spek, Sytse Buwalda, Nico van der Meel
06.
De Triomfeerende Min : Verandering in een Tuin
02:24
(Carolus Hacquart)
07.
De Triomfeerende Min : 'K ben de God, die elk onthaal (Comus)
00:49
(Carolus Hacquart) Mariët Kaasschieter, Bernard Loonen
08.
De Triomfeerende Min : Laat het zwaard verroesten (Vermaken)
01:49
(Carolus Hacquart) Sytse Buwalda, Nico van der Meel
09.
De Triomfeerende Min : Verliefde Harders spoeit u voort (Venus)
00:46
(Carolus Hacquart) Renate Arends
10.
De Triomfeerende Min : Hoe lustig is het hier te weezen! (moortje en morinnetje)
01:24
(Carolus Hacquart) Hieke Meppelink, Mariët Kaasschieter
11.
De Triomfeerende Min : 'K zie nu hoe alles met de Vrede samenspant (Tirsis en Filis)
02:09
(Carolus Hacquart) Susan Jonker
12.
De Triomfeerende Min : Niet meer van kryg gezongen (boertjes en boerinnen)
01:38
(Carolus Hacquart) Mariët Kaasschieter, Sytse Buwalda, Nico van der Meel
13.
De Triomfeerende Min : Looft die Godin, wiens grote kracht (Mars)
00:58
(Carolus Hacquart)
14.
De Triomfeerende Min : Laat zorgen varen (Bachus)
00:33
(Carolus Hacquart) Susan Jonker, Nico van der Meel
15.
De Triomfeerende Min : Kom laat ons geen genuchten sparen (Ceres en Bachus)
02:26
(Carolus Hacquart) Hieke Meppelink, Nico van der Meel
16.
De Triomfeerende Min : Dans van Bachanten
01:11
(Carolus Hacquart)
17.
De Triomfeerende Min : O Vrede, die zoo lieflyk harten bind (Ceres, Bachus, Mars)
01:42
(Carolus Hacquart) Hieke Meppelink, Sytse Buwalda
18.
De Triomfeerende Min : Men danke die Goddin (minnaars en minnaressen)
01:03
(Carolus Hacquart) Talitha van der Spek, Sytse Buwalda, Nico van der Meel
19.
De Triomfeerende Min : Ziet hier de langgewenste Vrêe (koor)
00:57
(Carolus Hacquart) Mariët Kaasschieter, Sytse Buwalda, Nico van der Meel
20.
De Triomfeerende Min : Gelukkigh Nederland! (koor)
01:11
(Carolus Hacquart) Mariët Kaasschieter, Sytse Buwalda, Nico van der Meel
21.
De Triomfeerende Min : Leeft lang in overvloet, en vrêe (Neptunus)
00:56
(Carolus Hacquart)
22.
De Triomfeerende Min : Dans van de Tritons
00:38
(Carolus Hacquart)
23.
De Triomfeerende Min : Afdaling van Apollo
02:26
(Carolus Hacquart)
24.
De Triomfeerende Min : Laat nu met vreugd voorleden smarten vaaren (Apollo)
01:04
(Carolus Hacquart) Sytse Buwalda
25.
De Triomfeerende Min : De Vrê vertoont zich weder (koor)
02:08
(Carolus Hacquart) Hieke Meppelink, Mariët Kaasschieter, Talitha van der Spek, Sytse Buwalda, Nico van der Meel, Bernard Loonen
26.
De vryadje van Cloris en Roosje: In 't ruischen der boomen (Silvander en Roosje)
02:10
(Carolus Hacquart) Hieke Meppelink, Nico van der Meel
27.
De vryadje van Cloris en Roosje: Herdersballet
00:52
(Carolus Hacquart)
28.
De Bruiloft van Kloris en Roosje: Och liefje mijn diefje (Melis & Guurtje)
01:57
(Carolus Hacquart) Mariët Kaasschieter, Bernard Loonen
29.
De Bruiloft van Kloris en Roosje: Contredans in Cloris en Roosje
01:02
(Carolus Hacquart)
30.
De Bruiloft van Kloris en Roosje: Al die niet meugen (Krelis met Elsje)
01:22
(Carolus Hacquart) Mariët Kaasschieter, Bernard Loonen
31.
De Bruiloft van Kloris en Roosje: Menuet in Kloris en Roosje
01:12
(Carolus Hacquart)
32.
De Bruiloft van Kloris en Roosje: Jakelyn
01:07
(Carolus Hacquart)
33.
De Bruiloft van Kloris en Roosje: Ik heb een Eendje, en een Waardje (Krelis)
00:41
(Carolus Hacquart) Bernard Loonen
34.
De Bruiloft van Kloris en Roosje: Wat is ons al vreugd gegeven (Krelis en Elsje)
01:27
(Carolus Hacquart) Mariët Kaasschieter, Sytse Buwalda, Nico van der Meel, Bernard Loonen
35.
De Bruiloft van Kloris en Roosje: Sluytballet van Cloris en Roosje
01:28
(Carolus Hacquart)
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