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23 novembre 2010 | Format : MP3

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  • Date de sortie d'origine : 25 novembre 2010
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Accent
  • Durée totale: 1:41:07
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  • ASIN: B004F98W3E
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THE BACH PASSIONS' WORHTIEST COMPANION PIECE FINALLY RECORDED
Jan Dismas Zelenka (JDZ) was overlooked during his career by most people except colleagues like Bach and Telemann. He could not call himself a composer until the last 10 years of his life - and even then with reservations. Today he is about to be recognized as the most important late baroque composer next to Bach, Handel and Vivaldi. The music of this first complete recording of Zwv 47 «Officium defunctorum» & Zwv 46 «Requiem» gives an idea about why.

HISTORICAL CIRCUMSTANCES
In February 1733 Augustus the Strong, King of Poland and Elector of Saxony, died in Warshaw. A clergyman heard his confession: «When the [priest] told him, that he must remember, that he was going to give an account to the Almighty of his Actions, both as Man & King, he answered, that as a man his whole Life had been a continual Sin, which he heartily repented of; but as a King, he had nothing to reproach himself of, having never had other views than the good of the Country.» (In: Stockigt (2000) p. 197). It's not known if the King had his wife Christiane Eberhardine (see images) in mind when confessing his sins, but it was a public secret that their marriage had been a hollow formality ever since Augustus had converted to Catholicism in 1697 in order to assume the Polish Crown. The fact that they produced only one legitimate heir among the King's 267 (!) illegitimate children with mistresses (nicknamed «the Strong» partly due to this) should suffice as explanation. Outraged by her husband's pragmatism, Queen Christane refused to give up Protestantism, and went into local self-exile until her death.
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