Schütz: Symphoniae Sacrae I. Complete recording, Vol. 14 (Rademann)


Heinrich Schütz spent his whole life searching for that which is new in music. The Symphoniae Sacrae I, which were presented in 1629, also testify to this. Schütz composed them as a result of the impressions made upon him by his second journey to Venice. In addition to the numerous Italian stylistic traits which can be traced back to Monteverdi, the 20 concertos – all in Latin – particularly impress with their great variety of timbres: solo pieces, duets and trios for all voice type are combined with diverse string and wind instruments and are governed by the emotional and expressive world of the text. The recording impressively continues the award-winning Schütz complete recording with the Dresdner Kammerchor conducted by Hans-Christoph Rademann with the customary top-quality soloists such as Dorothee Mields, Felix Schwandtke and others.



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20 Works Show


Hans-Christoph Rademann Personal details

Soloist - soprano

Isabel Schicketanz Personal details
Dorothee Mields Personal details

Soloist - alto

David Erler Personal details

Soloist - tenor

Tobias Mäthger Personal details
Georg Poplutz Personal details

Soloist - bass

Felix Schwandtke Personal details


Solisten, der Dresdner Kammerchor und die Instrumentalisten bieten erstklassige Interpretationen.
Johan van Veen, Toccata 96/2018


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Michel Dutrieue, Stretto, 11.01.2018


There is not a weak link in the chain. ... Rademann’s series is establishing itself as the definitive Schütz-Werke on records.
J. F. Weber, Fanfare, 13.10.2017


The singing here is polished and spirited, and the playing is sometimes more robust and forceful, especially by the dulicians and trombones.
Loewen, American Record Guide, Juli/August 2017


They [the singers] maintain a consistent clarity and discretion in bringing out the words but by no means neglect emotion.
Curtis Roger, Musicweb-International, Juli 2017


Dieser ... Beitrag auf dem Weg zu einer vollständigen Aufnahme sämtlicher Werke von Heinrich Schütz ist Hans Christoph Rademann und seinem bewährten Musikantenteam besonders eindrucksvoll gelungen.
Gustav Danzinger, Chor aktuell, Juni 2017


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Michel Dutrieue, Stretto, 14.05.2017