Laufenberg: Kingdom of Heaven Ensemble Dragma

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Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2014

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
28.10.2014

Label: Ramée

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Chamber Music

Das Album enthält Albumcover Booklet (PDF)

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  • Heinrich Laufenberg (1390-1460)
  • 1Es taget minnencliche04:15
  • 2Myn trud gheselle00:58
  • 3Ich bin by ir01:57
  • 4Bis gruest, maget reine03:56
  • 5Ach Doehterlin, min sel gemeit04:46
  • 6Gruss senen Ich im hertzen traghe01:16
  • 7Ich woelt, daz ich do heime wer05:39
  • 8Ein lerer ruft vil lut08:28
  • 9Cum lacrimis02:31
  • 10Benedicite Die triualt in dem obresten tron01:01
  • 11Aliud Benedicite04:02
  • 12Woluf du boese welt gemein04:32
  • 13Ellende du hest vmb vanghen mich02:22
  • 14Kom mir ein trost02:12
  • 15Ich fare do hyn wen eß muß syn02:37
  • 16Seit ich dich, hercz lib, leiden muss01:43
  • 17Got geb vns allen07:19
  • 18Der winter will hin weichen02:04
  • 19Puer natus ist vns gar schon04:08
  • 20Benedicite03:37
  • 21Benedicite – Fron her du bist in ewigkait00:59
  • 22Benedicite03:14
  • 23Es ist ein ingendig jor03:54
  • Total Runtime01:17:30

Info zu Laufenberg: Kingdom of Heaven

Heinrich Laufenberg lived and worked between c.1390 and 1460 in the Swiss canton of Argovia, southern Germany and Alsace. He was the author of a vast body of works, comprising spiritual hymns, didactic epics and religious prose. A manuscript housed in the Strasbourg Library, which took up the major part of his work, was completely destroyed in a fire in 1870. Happily, a copy had been made of it, so part of his oeuvre was able to be passed on to posterity. The surviving songs of Heinrich Laufenberg are of great beauty, in terms of both music and content: in one of them, he praises Mary in a thoroughly poetic way; in a lullaby, he asks Jesus’ protection for the sleeping infant; in yet another, he describes for us the kingdom of heaven in detail and in all its richness.

This programme, entitled Royaume des cieux, offers us the joy of hearing songs that had remained silent since the 15th century. Between Laufenberg’s lyrical and narrative songs are inserted instrumental pieces from the period. Thus, in an enthusiastic, authentic way, the ensemble Dragma gives life to the music of the late Middle Ages, in a glittering kaleidoscope.

Three highly-regarded musicians are at the heart of Ensemble Dragma: Agnieszka Budzińska-Bennett, Jane Achtman and Marc Lewon. Their flexible configuration (two voices, vielle, lute, and harp) allows them to bring the repertoire of the high and late Middle Ages to life, in all its colour and variety, for contemporary audiences.

Established in 2012, the group soon embarked on a tour of Germany, France and Switzerland with a programme entitled The Kingdom of Heaven. This is Ensemble Dragma’s first CD.

Ensemble Dragma:
Agnieszka Budzinska-Bennett
Jane Achtman
Marc Lewon


Ensemble Dragma
Three highly-regarded musicians are at the heart of Ensemble Dragma: Agnieszka Budzińska-Bennett, Jane Achtman and Marc Lewon. Their flexible configuration (two voices, vielle, lute, and harp) allows them to bring the repertoire of the high and late Middle Ages to life, in all its colour and variety, for contemporary audiences.

Established in 2012, the group soon embarked on a tour of Germany, France and Switzerland with a programme entitled The Kingdom of Heaven. This is Ensemble Dragma’s first CD.

Booklet für Laufenberg: Kingdom of Heaven

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