Ton Koopman / Tini Mathot / Klaus Mertens
'Willst du dein Herz mir schenken'
- Type CD
- Label Challenge Classics
- UPC 0608917282320
- Catalog number CC 72823
- Release date 07 June 2019
About the album
2019 – An Anniversary Year. For three exceptional musicians 2019 brings cause for great joy and gratitude for several reasons.
Ton Koopman, internationally renowned as a harpsichordist, organist, conductor, professor and musicologist, celebrates his 75th birthday.
He also looks back on 40 highly successful years with the ensemble he founded, the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra.
His wife, Tini Mathot, an outstandingly gifted harpsichord and fortepiano virtuoso as well as a very successful producer of countless international CDs, celebrates her 70th birthday.
Klaus Mertens, acclaimed for over four decades as an international concert singer with an admirably wide repertoire stretching from Monteverdi to contemporary composers, also celebrates his 70th birthday. “As the ideal conveyor of Bach’s cantatas and passion texts…” he also receives the Bach-Medaille of the city of Leipzig in 2019.
As if this were not sufficient cause to celebrate an anniversary, these three musicians cap it all by looking back on 40 years of successful and amicable music-making together in concerts and recording studios by presenting an anniversary CD as well as several chamber concerts.
11‘Ich bin die Auferstehung und das Leben’ BuxWV 44
12Matthäus Passion BWV 244 Recitativo ‘Am Abend, da es ku?hle war’
13Matthäus Passion BWV 244 Aria ‘Mache dich, mein Herze, rein’
14Kunst der Fuge BWV 1080 Contrapunctus IX, fuga a 4 voci alla Duodecima
15The Notebook of Anna Magdalena Bach ‘Willst du dein Herz mir schenken’ Aria di Giovannini BWV 518
16‘Dalla guerra amorosa’ HWV 102a Recitativo Dalla guerra amorosa
17‘Dalla guerra amorosa’ HWV 102a Aria Non v’alletti un’occhio nero
18‘Dalla guerra amorosa’ HWV 102a Recitativo Fuggite, sí fuggite
19‘Dalla guerra amorosa’ HWV 102a Aria La bellezza è come un Fiore
110‘Dalla guerra amorosa’ HWV 102a Recitativo ed Arioso Fuggite, sí fuggite
111The Notebook of Anna Magdalena Bach ‘Bist du bei mir’ BWV 508
112Schemelli’s Gesangbuch ‘Dir, dir Jehova will ich singen’ BWV 452
113Schemelli’s Gesangbuch ‘Brunnquell aller Gu?ter’ BWV 445
114‘Freude, du Lust der Götter und Menschen’ Wq 202a ‘Freude, du Lust der Götter und Menschen’ Wq 202a
115Fuga in c minor K 426
116‘Das Veilchen’ K 476
117‘Abendempfindung’ K 523
118‘The Spirit’s Song’ Hob.XXVIa:41
1193 Scottish Songs arranged for voice, fortepiano and harpsichord ‘My love she’s but a lassie yet’ Hob.XXXIa:194
1203 Scottish Songs arranged for voice, fortepiano and harpsichord ‘Argyle is my name - Bannock o’barley meal’ Hob.XXXIa:171
1213 Scottish Songs arranged for voice, fortepiano and harpsichord ‘Killicrankie’ Hob.XXXIa:169
122Winterreise opus 89 ‘Erstarrung’ D 911/4 from Winterreise opus 89
123‘Der Musensohn’ D 764 ‘Der Musensohn’ D 764
Discount on the special concert of Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir in the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam01-03-2013
Discount on the special concert of Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Concertgebouw in Amsterdam On March 7 the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir together with Ton Koopman will present a unique Telemann-program called Catastrofe (Catastrophe). The program includes less-known pieces of the famous Telemann: de Donnerode and 2 Cantatas, both world-premieres. 18th century benefit concert The first part,The Donnerode, is composed for the very first benefit concert in history in 1756. A year earlier Europe ...