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"Es Ist Ein Ros Entsprungen" Arr. Praetorius 1609


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LonePineMusic

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Here's some Christmas cheer for you. A project I did with my growing recorder collection - and my voice, too! I play one verse on the recorders, then sing a verse a cappella, then play another verse. EDIT: I just realized the year I had in the title conflicted with the date I told someone in a comment. So, I fixed it. (It really is 1609...)
Enjoy!!
Recorders used:
Susato Wide-Bore Soprano
Susato Wide-Bore Alto
Aulos Tenor 511E
Aulos Bass 533E

-SOLI DEO GLORIA-
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Uploaded: Dec 17, 2009 - 10:04:36 PM
Last Updated: Dec 18, 2009 - 10:06:55 AM Last Played: Mar 24, 2017 - 10:51:26 PM
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Feter said 2899 days ago (December 17th, 2009)
Es Ist Ein Ros Entsprungen
Man you are a true light on this place you hide
and then came with a true gem I cant barely say
how much I adore and respect ...perfect who
wrote this ? ... the recorders just tore my heart
i just love them ...thnx alot for sharin such fine Art !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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LonePineMusic said 2898 days ago (December 18th, 2009)
Thank you Feter...
...As always for your kind comments! This carol is of German origin and was written by an anonymous author.
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PsalmsProgressions said 2899 days ago (December 17th, 2009)
I just saw this
great job on the recorders and vocals. Well done on the sectionals
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Char said 2899 days ago (December 17th, 2009)
I know this hymn.
It sounds lovely. I never heard it sung in German before. What a real treat. Thank you so much.
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LonePineMusic said 2898 days ago (December 18th, 2009)
Thanks, Char!
The text of this carol was originally written in German in the 1500s by an anonymous author. The familiar arrangement of the tune (which I used) was written by Michael Praetorius and was published in 1609.
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AcetyleneJukebox said 2899 days ago (December 18th, 2009)
short but sweet.
Recorders sound great. Nice work on this. Much enjoyed.
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notsosweet said 2897 days ago (December 19th, 2009)
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I have to bow to Feter's comment - this really is a gem. I've always loved the simple beauty in the sound of a recorder. Fantastic job!
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bitfeld said 2863 days ago (January 22nd, 2010)
Fabulous!
This was really enjoyable and refreshing! Mind you, I did sense a slight change in intonation (=tuning) between verses played and sung.
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LonePineMusic said 2860 days ago (January 25th, 2010)
Thanks, bitfield!
Yeah, I noticed that, too - after I was done with it. :( I recorded the vox without any pitch references, so it was bound to drift some. I'll be more careful about that next time.
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michaelkoppenheffer said 2863 days ago (January 22nd, 2010)
Holy recorders!
Just when I thought I'd heard everything that you could multitrack, this piece came along... Beautifully musical rendition of a 401 y.o. composition!
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