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Resonanzen: Cappella Mariana / Semerád


Friday 26 January 2024
19:30 – ca. 21:00



Cappella Mariana

Lina Marcela López, Sopran

Michaela Riener, Sopran

Filip Dámec, Tenor

Ondřej Holub, Tenor

Tomáš Lajtkep, Tenor

Jaromír Nosek, Bass

Vojtěch Semerád, Tenor, Leitung


Guillaume de Machaut

Ma fin est mon commencement

Josquin Desprez

Plaine de deuil

Cipriano de Rore

O sonno

Jacob Regnart

Defunctum charites

Orlando di Lasso

Timor et tremor. Motette (1564))

Luca Marenzio

Solo e pensoso »Allein und nachdenklich«. Madrigal (1599))

Carl Luython

Lamentationes Hieremiae Prophetae à 6 (1604))

Pomponio Nenna

Dovrò dunque morire

Giovanni de Macque

Tu ti lagni al mio pianto

Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa

Moro, lasso, al mio duolo »Ich sterbe matt vor Schmerzen«. Madrigal à 5 (1611))

Philippe de Monte

Miserere mei Deus

Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa

Illumina nos



Josquin Desprez

Plaine de deuil


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Festival Resonanzen »Die Planeten«

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft


The Greeks called Saturn - after their god of time - Chronos; the ruler also in a dimension where the sounds move. This outermost planet of our solar system, visible to the naked eye, was long considered the farthest from the center of the Earth and at the same time the slowest, most solemn and darkest celestial body. As a deity responsible for melancholy, genius and misfortune, Saturn acts as a natural enemy of orderly existence. Under his influence, melancholy often abruptly alternates with states of distress and enthusiastic passion. Prague's Cappella Mariana creates a musical psychogram of the melancholic temperament, which has been the subject of intense speculation since antiquity.

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