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Ich stuend an einem Morgen

Brisk Recorder Quartet, Marcel Beekman

Ich stuend an einem Morgen

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Format: CD
Label: Globe
UPC: 8711525524200
Catnr: GLO 5242
Release date: 21 December 2010
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Globe
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8711525524200
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GLO 5242
Release date
21 December 2010
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About the album

In 2011 viert het Nederlandse blokfluitkwartet BRISK haar 25-jarig bestaan. Natuurlijk leidt dat tot vele concerten, maar ook verschijnt nu deze cd, met zogenaamde tenorliederen. Tenorliederen zijn wereldlijke werken uit Duitsland, gebaseerd op populaire volksliedjes of wijsjes, die dan worden verwerkt tot meerstemmige miniatuurtjes. De hoogtijdagen van het tenorlied worden gevormd door de grote periode tussen ongeveer 1450 en 1550. Regelmatig leefden componisten zich uit door allerlei contrapuntische trucs uit te halen, van canons tot ‘quodlibets’ (de combinatie van meerdere liedjes in één stuk). We horen maar liefst 26 werken op deze cd, waarop BRISK wordt begeleid door de tenor Marcel Beekman. Een en ander klinkt zo virtuoos als we van het kwartet gewend zijn: internationaal werden zij al bejubeld om hun concerten en opnamen. Marcel Beekman leeft zich op zijn beurt uit om de liedjes zo volks en Duits mogelijk te laten klinken, en slaagt hier prachtig in. Al met al is deze cd een uitstekend uithangbord voor de blokfluitkunsten van BRISK. (TC)

Artist(s)

Marcel Beekman

Dutch tenor Marcel Beekman is much in demand as a soloist for baroque and classical repertoire as for contemporary concert and operatic works. He has appeared with the Berliner Philharmoniker, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the Orchestra of the 18 th Century, Les Arts Florissants, Musica Antiqua Köln and the ASKO|Schönberg under such conductors as Sir Simon Rattle, William Christie, Iván Fischer, Frans Brüggen, John Adams and Reinbert de Leeuw. Marcel Beekman has created new works by composers Micha Hamel, Elmer Schönberger, Roderik de Man and Calliope Tsoupaki. Marcel Beekman performs in the great international concert venues and in festivals such as the Holland Festival Amsterdam, Salzburg Easter Festival, Utrecht Ancient Music Festival, Nederlandse Muziekdagen, Bregenzer Festspiele, Festival de La Chaise-Dieu...
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Dutch tenor Marcel Beekman is much in demand as a soloist for baroque and classical repertoire as for contemporary concert and operatic works. He has appeared with the Berliner Philharmoniker, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the Orchestra of the 18 th Century, Les Arts Florissants, Musica Antiqua Köln and the ASKO|Schönberg under such conductors as Sir Simon Rattle, William Christie, Iván Fischer, Frans Brüggen, John Adams and Reinbert de Leeuw. Marcel Beekman has created new works by composers Micha Hamel, Elmer Schönberger, Roderik de Man and Calliope Tsoupaki. Marcel Beekman performs in the great international concert venues and in festivals such as the Holland Festival Amsterdam, Salzburg Easter Festival, Utrecht Ancient Music Festival, Nederlandse Muziekdagen, Bregenzer Festspiele, Festival de La Chaise-Dieu and Saito Kinen Festival Japan. A considerable list of CD recordings bears witness to his versatility.

Marcel Beekman’s operatic repertoire includes the roles of Berenice in L’Ipermestra [Cavalli], Valère in Les Indes Galantes [Rameau], Sénéchal and Pégase in L’Écume des jours [Denisov], Ricardo in Laika [Martijn Padding], the title role of Willem Breuker’s Jona, Laki Topalović in Maratonci [Žebeljan] and Arnalta in Monteverdi’s L’Incoronazione di Poppea. His creation in the title role of Rameau’s Platée in the 2014 production with Les Arts Florissants and directed by Robert Carsen in Vienna, Paris and New York was highly acclaimed by the international press. Future appearances include the role of Maître de Musique in Campra’s Les Fêtes Vénitiennes at the Opéra Comique in Paris [with a revival in Toulouse and New York]; Damon in Les Sauvages [Rameau] in a special concert on the occasion of the opening of La Philharmonie de Paris; Le Cabaretier in Benvenuto Cellini [Berlioz] at the Netherlands National Opera and further new productions in Vienna, Los Angeles and Amsterdam.


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Brisk Recorder Quartet Amsterdam

BRISK, the ensemble’s name, is intended to convey an idea of liveliness and wakefulness. A critic once described the ensemble as providing “a coup de grâce for the recorder’s respectable image”. BRISK’s concerts exhibit variation of style and mood, virtuosity and light-heartedness in equal measure. The quartet always appear on stage with an enormous assembly of recorders. Since their founding in 1986, BRISK has given many concerts in important concert halls and festivals throughout Europe, in Bolivia, Canada and the USA. BRISK has recorded for radio and television both in the Netherlands and abroad, as well as recording over ten CDs that have been well received by both press and public. Its daring programming of early music in combination with contemporary...
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BRISK, the ensemble’s name, is intended to convey an idea of liveliness and wakefulness. A critic once described the ensemble as providing “a coup de grâce for the recorder’s respectable image”. BRISK’s concerts exhibit variation of style and mood, virtuosity and light-heartedness in equal measure. The quartet always appear on stage with an enormous assembly of recorders. Since their founding in 1986, BRISK has given many concerts in important concert halls and festivals throughout Europe, in Bolivia, Canada and the USA. BRISK has recorded for radio and television both in the Netherlands and abroad, as well as recording over ten CDs that have been well received by both press and public.

Its daring programming of early music in combination with contemporary music is designed to expand the borders of the ensemble’s repertoire. Many composers have dedicated works to the quartet. BRISK works regularly with fellow musicians as well as with artists from other related disciplines such as actors, directors, librettists and film-makers.

BRISK made its name through lively performances of early music, the search for little-known repertoire, and for the many arrangements that the ensemble has made, which suit the style and tradition of the instrument. BRISK has collaborated with Amaryllis Dieltiens, Michael Chance, Marcel Beekman, Johannette Zomer, Maarten Koningsberger, the Egidius Kwartet, the Gesualdo Consort, Bernard Winsemius, Leo van Doeselaar, Rainer Zipperling, Mike Fentross and Camerata Trajectina amongst others.

The long list of composers that have written music for the quartet includes Martijn Padding, Kate Moore, Calliope Tsoupaki, Bart Visman, Klaas de Vries, Roderik de Man and many others.

New works are presented as a comment on or as a contrast to older works in BRISK’s programmes. There is also a large quantity of new music in BRISK’s programmes for younger audiences. BRISK regularly gives concerts in collaboration with specialists in contemporary music such as pianist Tomoko Mukaiyama, composer and improviser Guus Janssen, vocalist Greetje Bijma and percussionist Ramon Lormans.

BRISK has created a number of highly successful productions for children with directors David Prins, Jetse Batelaan, Marc Krone, Gienke Deuten and actors Porgy Franssen, Bart Kiene and Hans Thissen.

The quartet possesses a great variety of instruments; its extensive contacts with recorder makers throughout the world ensure that its collection is in a state of continual development. This variety of instruments enables the ensemble to perform works from the Renaissance and the Baroque as well as the 20th and 21st centuries in their correct tuning and with the correct timbre.


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Composer(s)

Heinrich Isaac

Many know Heinrich Isaac from his twee famous settings of Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen. Isaac is, however, author of an enormous body of works, with which he quickly grew to fame. Isaac was born in Flanders and received good education, despite the fact that he didn't pursue a career in the Church (which was unusual for a man of his stature). He was married, but probably has remained childless his whole life. Isaac's musical career developed remarkably well, with two of the most important employers of his age: after a position among the legendary House of Medici, he was appointed to be the main composer of the court of king Maximilian I. Heinrich Isaac's influence is especially apparent in his...
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Many know Heinrich Isaac from his twee famous settings of Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen. Isaac is, however, author of an enormous body of works, with which he quickly grew to fame. Isaac was born in Flanders and received good education, despite the fact that he didn't pursue a career in the Church (which was unusual for a man of his stature). He was married, but probably has remained childless his whole life. Isaac's musical career developed remarkably well, with two of the most important employers of his age: after a position among the legendary House of Medici, he was appointed to be the main composer of the court of king Maximilian I.
Heinrich Isaac's influence is especially apparent in his masses. He wrote no less than 36 masses, many of which were based on traditional Gregorian chants. Besides that, in his monumental Choralis Constantinu he sought to compose masses for every sunday of the year, but unfortunately this project was never finished. Isaac also composed many motets and songs, which shows his versatility and his extraordinary productivity.
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01.
Wann ich des orgens früeh aufsteh
02:19
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Tandernac (instr.)
03:03
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Ach Elslein, liebes Elselein
02:11
(Anonymous) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Ach Elslein, liebes elselein / Es target vor dem Walde
00:33
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Es target vor dem Walde
01:48
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Es target vor dem Walde / Fortuna
01:08
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Fortuna / Ich stuend an einem Morgen
01:31
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Ich stuend an einem Morgen
01:26
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Ich stuend an einem Morgen
04:04
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Amica mea / Ich stuend an einem Morgen
02:15
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Tandernack uf dem rin lag (instr.)
02:27
(Paul Hofhaimer) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Elend bringt Pein
04:48
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Es was eins Bauren Töchterlein
01:52
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Es wolt einMann versuchen sein Weib (instr.)
02:55
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Geduld umb Huld
02:55
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Im Maien
02:33
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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La my (instr.)
02:50
(Heinrich Isaac ) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Dort oben auf dem Berge
01:43
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Lust hab ich ghabt zuer Musica
04:07
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Der Hund mir vor dem Licht umbgaht
00:57
(Anonymous) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Der Hund (instr.)
02:08
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Isbruck, ich muss dich lassen
03:09
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Ein Maidlein zue dem brunnen gieng
01:57
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Elslin liebes elselin min (instr.)
01:16
(Xystus Dietrich) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Es wollt' ein Frau zuem Weine gahn
01:25
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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Tandernak
02:39
(Ludwig Senfl) Marjan Banis, Saskia Coolen, Bert Honig, Alide Verheij, Marcel Beekman
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