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Pohle: Wie der Hirsch schreyet

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Mixed Choir
COMPOSER: David Pohle
PUBLISHER: Carus Verlag
PRODUCT TYPE: CD
David Pohle [1624-1695] was born in Marienberg in the Erzgebirge. He came from a family of miners and town pipers. Little is known about his life. After studying with Heinrich Schütz, who was later the godfather of his son, he was an instrumentalist, Music Director and composer at various princely
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Instrument Group Mixed Choir
Composer David Pohle
Publisher Carus Verlag
Product Type CD
Year of Publication 2007
No. CV8341300
Description
David Pohle [1624-1695] was born in Marienberg in the Erzgebirge. He came from a family of miners and town pipers. Little is known about his life. After studying with Heinrich Schütz, who was later the godfather of his son, he was an instrumentalist, Music Director and composer at various princely courts in northern Germany. Despite holding mostly leading positions and although he produced an extensive oeuvre which provides interesting insight into the origins of the Protestent church cantata, none of his works were published during his lifetime - certainly an important reason why today Pohle's music is known only by insiders and specialists. On the present CD, in addition toseveral instrumental sonatas, Pohle's six sacred concertos deserve special mention. Together with the baroque orchestra L'arpa festante, renowned singers such as Monika Mauch, Hans Jörg Mammel and David Erler perform with conviction and enthusiasm the music of this almost forgotten contemporary of Tunder and Buxtehude.
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