The alto David Erler works with many renowned conductors such as Laurence Cummings, Philippe Herreweghe, Jos van Immerseel, Ton Koopman, Hans-Christoph Rademann, to name but a few. Now, accompanied by the ensemble L'arpa festante under the direction of Rien Voskuilen, he presents his first solo release. The programme includes sacred music from the Central German Baroque period - psalms and hymns of praise by little-known composers such as Johann Christoph Schmidt, Johann Theile, Johann Karl Briegel and completely anonymous composers, which provide new evidence of the high musical level at the churches of this period in Central Germany.
The alto David Erler works with many renowned conductors such as Laurence Cummings, Philippe Herreweghe, Jos van Immerseel, Ton Koopman, Hans-Christoph Rademann, to name but a few. Now, accompanied by the ensemble L'arpa festante under the direction of Rien Voskuilen, he presents his first solo release. The programme includes sacred music from the Central German Baroque period - psalms and hymns of praise by little-known composers such as Johann Christoph Schmidt, Johann Theile, Johann Karl Briegel and completely anonymous composers, which provide new evidence of the high musical level at the churches of this period in Central Germany.
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Psalmen Und Lobgesange / Various
Artist: Psalmen Und Lobgesange / Various
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The alto David Erler works with many renowned conductors such as Laurence Cummings, Philippe Herreweghe, Jos van Immerseel, Ton Koopman, Hans-Christoph Rademann, to name but a few. Now, accompanied by the ensemble L'arpa festante under the direction of Rien Voskuilen, he presents his first solo release. The programme includes sacred music from the Central German Baroque period - psalms and hymns of praise by little-known composers such as Johann Christoph Schmidt, Johann Theile, Johann Karl Briegel and completely anonymous composers, which provide new evidence of the high musical level at the churches of this period in Central Germany.