Monday 27 May 2019
6 pm
St Peter's, Sudbury

The John Jenkins Consort
directed by Peter Holman
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Giovanni GabrieliMagnificat à 12 (1615)
Suscipe clementissime Deus (1615)
Sonata XXI (1615)
Beatae Mariae Virginis à 8 (1615)
Sonata XVIII à 14 (1615)
Sonata sopra Dulcis Jesu, patris imago à 20
Buccinate in neomenia tuba à 19 (1615)
Heinrich SchützJauchzet dem Herrn SWV47 (1619)
En novus Elysiis (Syncharma musicum) SWV49 (1621)
Michael PraetoriusWie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern à 9 & 11 (1621)
Samuel ScheidtNun lob mein Seel den Herren (c.1620)

A rare chance to hear some of the grand ceremonial motets and instrumental pieces for divided choirs written by Giovanni Gabrieli for St Mark’s and other Venetian institutions. They use up to four choirs with voices combined with cornett, sackbuts, dulcians, recorders, Renaissance flute, violin consort, theorboes and organs. Heinrich Schütz’s great four-choir setting of ‘Jauchzet dem Herrn’ is the crowning work of his Psalmen Davids, published 400 years ago. Richly scored works by Michael Praetorius and the Halle organist Samuel Scheidt celebrate the creative application of the Gabrieli style to the Lutheran chorale.

Tickets £18 (reserved), £12 (unreserved)
Reserved seats for all three concerts (9 December, 7 April & 27 May) £48

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