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  • Ludwig Senfl "Es hett ein Biedermann ein Weib"

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    Ludwig Senfl "Es hett ein Biedermann ein Weib"

    Ludwig Senfl (born around 1486, died between 1542/43) was a Swiss composer of the Renaissance, active in Germany. Was music director to the court of Maximilian I, and was an influential figure in the development of the Franco-Flemish polyphonic style in Germany. Senfl was the most significant representative of Netherlands-German motet and lied composition in German-speaking regions during the Reformation. His music, which includes seven masses, eight Magnificats, numerous Latin motets and German lieder, four-voice Latin odes and a few instrumental pieces, forms both the climax to the old German music and a highpoint of the new styles at the beginning of the Reformation. His motet style is based on that of Isaac and Josquin. He developed a wide range of techniques, above all in his polyphonic settings of the Proper, using as structural bases archaic patterns (such as isorhythm), ostinatos, canon and cantus firmus techniques. His textures are rich in sonority, with much movement in parallel 3rds and 6ths. His lieder, which range from courtly love-songs, through the folksong to the comic or satirical song, use techniques that originated in the German Tenorlied of the early 16th century. His Latin odes, with the tune in the descant set in a simple homophonic manner, were later taken up in German Protestant hymn settings. Images: Albrecht Altdorfer, Hans Baldung, Lucas Cranach, Albrecht Dürer, Hans Holbein, Martin Schaffner

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  • Ludwig Senfl, De profundis clamavi (score)

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    Ludwig Senfl, De profundis clamavi score

    (Coro della Svizzera italiana, D. Fasolis)

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  • I FAGIOLINI : Senfl / Das Gläut zu Speyer

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    I FAGIOLINI : Senfl / Das Gläut zu Speyer

    I Fagiolini from the archive! Senfl Das Gläut zu Speyer (The ringing at Speyer) 1534

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  • Ludwig Senfl, Das G'läut zu Speyer, Albrecht Dürer

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    Ludwig Senfl, Das G'läut zu Speyer, Albrecht Dürer

    Ludwig Senfl (ca. 1486- 1543), Das G'läut zu Speyer, The King's Singers', Madrigal History Tour. Fresco by Albrecht Dürer (1471- 1528).

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  • Ludwig Senfl (*1490 - 1543†) - Ach Elslein, liebes Elselein mein (1534)

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    Ludwig Senfl *1490 - 1543† - Ach Elslein, liebes Elselein mein 1534

    - Ach Elslein, liebes Elselein mein 1. "Ach Elslein, liebes Elselein mein, wie gern wär' ich bei dir! So sein zwei tiefe Wasser wohl zwischen dir und mir." 2. "Das bringt mir großen Schmerzen, herzallerliebster Gsell. Red' ich von ganzem Herzen, hab's für groß Ungefäll." 3. "Hoff', Zeit werd' es wohl enden, hoff', Glück werd' kummen drein, sich in alls Guets verwenden, herzliebstes Elselein!" Im Jahre des Herrn 1534 zu Nürnberg -

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  • Senfl

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    Senfl

    Ludwig Senfl (1486-1542) - Quare Fremuerunt (2e partie) Ensemble La Martinella: Sarah Hennig, Marc Pauchard, Claire Piganiol, Bénédicte Wodey Enregistré en concert à la chapelle de Pringy (CH) le 22 mars 2015 Contact : ensemblelamartinella (a) gmail.com

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  • Tandernac- Ludwig Senfl, 5-part

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    Tandernac- Ludwig Senfl, 5-part

    One of the greatest hits of the 16th Century, by Ludwig Senfl (1486-1543 or so). He wrote many settings, but this 5-part is terrific. Our favorite! Performed at Foothill Presbyterian Church, San Jose, CA, Feb 6, 2010. Glen Shannon, Kathy Cochran, Mary Ellen Reed, Susan Richardson, Karen Nebelkopf.

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  • Elslein, liebes elselein :(L Senfl) H Newsidler lute

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    Elslein, liebes elselein : L Senfl H Newsidler lute

    Elslein, liebstes Elslein mein ymzkkyyk (renaissance lute)

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  • I Shall Not Die, but Live by Ludwig Senfl (Choir)

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    I Shall Not Die, but Live by Ludwig Senfl Choir

    In 1530, Martin Luther sent composer Ludwig Senfl a letter asking for a setting of the antiphon In pace in idipsum (“I will both lay me down in peace, and sleep”). Luther wrote, “I hope that the end of my life is at hand. The world hates and scorns me and I in turn am disgusted with the world and despise it. May the Good Shepherd take my soul.” Senfl responded instead with a motet setting of another of Luther’s favorite texts: Non moriar, sed vivam (“I shall not die, but live”)—the chant Luther had written on the wall of his study in the Coburg. Luther himself then also wrote a motet on the text. Find both pieces published here together for the first time in English and Latin, edited by William Braun and set for SATB a cappella. The Senfl motet is challenging, but the Luther motet is more manageable for choirs of all levels. Choirs may find it especially useful at Reformation, at Easter, and for funerals. This sheet music is available for purchase here: https://www.cph.org/p-31817-I-Shall-Not-Die-but-Live-Two-Reformation-Motets.aspx

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  • Gamba Obscura 07 Ludwig Senfl Carmen in Re and in La

    Duration: 3:33 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Gamba Obscura 07 Ludwig Senfl Carmen in Re and in La

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  • Ludwig Senfl (1486-1543) "Oho, so geb 'der Mann"

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    Ludwig Senfl 1486-1543 "Oho, so geb 'der Mann"

    Ludwig Senfl (1486-1543) "Oho, so geb 'der Mann"(Ensemble Villanella) Tugend und Untugend (Virtue and Vice)German Secular Songs and Instrumental Music from the Time of Luther. Convivium Musicum. Ensemble Villanella. Sven Berger.

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  • Ludwig Senfl (1486-1542/3) - Ach Elslein, liebes Elslein mein - Viol, Virginal, Recorder

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    Ludwig Senfl 1486-1542/3 - Ach Elslein, liebes Elslein mein - Viol, Virginal, Recorder

    Ach Elslein, liebes Elslein mein - Ludwig Senfl Viol, Virginal, Recorder Recorded by Eduardo Antonello January 3 2013 in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

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  • Ludwig Senfl ´Unsäglich Schmerz´

    Duration: 6:02 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Ludwig Senfl ´Unsäglich Schmerz´

    Tore Tom Denys, tenor Ensemble ´La Caccia´ dir. Patrick Denecker Wim Maeseele, lute Thomas Baeté, viols Piet Stryckers, viols Frank Liégeois viol, cittern Peter De Clercq, recorders Bernhard Stilz, recorders Patrick Denecker, recorders, clavecymbalum & direction www.musica-ficta.com

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  • LUTHER 500 - Ach Gott vom Himmel - Johann Walter & Martin Luther / Senfl - Mein Vleis und Müh

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    LUTHER 500 - Ach Gott vom Himmel - Johann Walter & Martin Luther / Senfl - Mein Vleis und Müh

    Ach Gott vom Himmel - Johann Walter & Martin Luther Senfl-Mein Vleis und Müh Katharina von Bora - Paula Bär - Giese soprano & portative Luther - Hans Meijer lute Johann Walter - Hein Hof organ & virginal In 1524 Johan. Walt(h)er(n) was called to Wittenberg by Martin Luther to assist him in framing the German Mass. The result of this was his Geystlich Gesangk Buchleyn for four voices (1524), the earliest Protestant hymn - book. Luther wrote a preface to this collection of 43 polyphonic works by Walter. Planned for young people in Lutheran schools, the collection went through many editions, the last one of which (1551) contained 47 Latin and 74 German pieces. In 1525 Luther consulted Walter about a projected sacred service in German, a service that was published as the Deutsche Messe (1526). Music and Martin Luther As with most music students of his time, Luther had a grounding in both singing and the lute and was recognized as a skilled lute-player with a pleasant tenor voice. For Luther, music was not a ‘dark art’ but one which he grasped as well as any other educated person of his time. He enjoyed singing and playing his lute at home. Luther’s detailed knowledge of polyphonic works may well have links with his proficiency on the lute. A substantial portion of the pieces found in German tabulations of the period, both in manuscript and published, are drawn from vocal models. There is therefore the possibility that Luther played such lute transcriptions as well as singing the vocal polyphony with his family, friends and colleagues After his death, as his body was being transported back to Wittenberg from Eisleben where he was died, the people in Halle appropriately marked his passing by singing one of the hymns he created: Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir. KATHARINA VON BORA With or without her husband, Katharina was a woman of faith, stature, and conviction that often moved her to action.  Katharina was born into a poor but noble family in the German state of Saxony.  When her mother died, little “Katie,” at around five years old, was sent to a Benedictine convent school near Halle.  At age ten she was transferred to a Cistercian nunnery in Nimbschen, and in 1515, at the young age of 16, was consecrated as a nun. Katharina lived as a nun for the following eight years, but as an intelligent woman and deep thinker, she could not ignore the news of Dr. Martin Luther and his campaign to reform the wayward teaching and practices of the Church.   “When Katherine was seventeen, Dr. Luther had come as near to their convent as Grimma, six miles away, and reports of his sermons in that church seeped into the convent. One of the nuns was Magdalene von Staupitz, niece of the vicar-general of the Augustinians, the man who gave Luther his first Bible with the words, “Let the study of the Scriptures be your occupation.” From this had stemmed Luther’s conversion and devotion to the Bible. Magdalene had received some of Luther’s writings and had eagerly imbibed the Reformed doctrines. She gradually and secretly drew as many as eight other nuns to her way of thinking. Katherine was one of them. Over their endless embroidery, patient distilling of herbs, and so on, they contrived to whisper together, and were alert to every bit of ecclesiastical news from the outside world.” The escape of Katharina and eleven other nuns on Holy Saturday in 1523 is an exciting story and only the beginning of many courageous decisions and actions she would need to take during her life as the wife and widow of Dr. Luther.  The reformer’s many houseguests, moods of depression and other physical ailments, endless travels for the sake of the Church, and of course his time in hiding at Wartburg Castle, provided endless challenges for this devoted wife and mother.  Testifying to her perseverance in life, Kenneth Taylor wrote:  “At his death Luther had been receiving a pension annuity from King Christian III of Denmark. King Christian III continued the pension after Luther’s death, making the payments to Katie. When the pension stopped coming in 1548, two of Luther’s colleagues sought to get the pension restored, to no effect. Katie took up the cause in letters to King Christian III in 1550 and 1552, to which the king finally assented. Katie was clearly a force to be reckoned with, a bit like the New Testament’s persistent widow.”

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  • Fortuna ad voces musicales - Ludwig Senfl

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    Fortuna ad voces musicales - Ludwig Senfl

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  • ES HETT EIN BIEDERMANN EIN WEIB de Ludwig Senfl

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    ES HETT EIN BIEDERMANN EIN WEIB de Ludwig Senfl

    ES HETT EIN BIEDERMANN EIN WEIB de Ludwig Senfl AQUEL TROVAR Delia Agúndez, canto Antonio Torralba, cornemuse José Ignacio Fernández, gittern Daniel Sáez Conde, rabel bajo Bodegas Campos, 21/02/2017 UN VÍDEO DE RAFAEL HERRERA

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  • Ludwig Senfl (c.1486-1543)

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    Ludwig Senfl c.1486-1543

    "Ein Maidlein zue dem Brunnen ging" (Ensemble Villanella) Tugend und Untugend (Virtue and Vice) German Secular Songs and Instrumental Music from the Time of Luther. Convivium Musicum. Ensemble Villanella. Sven Berger.

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  • Fantasia à 3 Ludwig Senfl

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    Fantasia à 3 Ludwig Senfl

    Hieronymus Formschneyder/ Trium Vocum Carmina/ Nürnberg 1538/ edition Moeck Nr. 9002 Ludwig Senfl (born around 1486, died between December 2, 1542 and August 10, 1543) was a Swiss composer of the Renaissance, active in Germany. He was the most famous pupil of Heinrich Isaac, was music director to the court of Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor, and was an influential figure in the development of the Franco-Flemish polyphonic style in Germany. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwig_Senfl ernst stoz viol & organ

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  • ES HETT EIN BIEDERMANN EIN WEIB de LUDWIG SENFL

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    ES HETT EIN BIEDERMANN EIN WEIB de LUDWIG SENFL

    ES HETT EIN BIEDERMANN EIN WEIB Un hombre honesto tenía una esposa de Ludwig Senfl AQUEL TROVAR Delia Agúndez, canto Antonio Torralba, cornamuse José Ignacio Fernández, gittern Daniel Sáez Conde, rabel 19 de febrero de 2017 Audio: Capilla de Escribanos del Archivo Histórico Provincial (gracias a todo el equipo y, en especial, a Ana Chacón) Vídeo: Bodegas Campos (gracias a todo el equipo y en especial a Pepe Campos) Un vídeo de Rafael Herrera

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  • Da Jakob nu das Kleid, by Ludwig Senfl (ca.1486-ca.1542)

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    Da Jakob nu das Kleid, by Ludwig Senfl ca.1486-ca.1542

    Quire Cleveland with guest conductor Scott Metcalfe St. John's Cathedral, Cleveland, April 13, 2011 A 4v. setting by Ludwig Senfl (ca.1486-ca.1543) of the grief-stricken Jacob's lament at the presumption of his son Joseph's death. It is one of the most powerful and rhetorical musical settings of the sixteenth century, as Senfl coordinates passages of polyphony with somber and moving sections of homophony.

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  • Ave Maria - Ludwig Senfl - Flutissimo

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    Ave Maria - Ludwig Senfl - Flutissimo

    Société de flûte à bec de Montréal - Montreal Recorder Society - www.fluteabecmtl.ca Ave Maria- Ludwig Senfl Ensemble Flutissimo dirigé par Sophie Larivière Concert Sons et brioches - 13 décembre 2015 Enregistré au Centre culturel Georges-Vanier

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  • "Non moriar" motet - Ludwig Senfl - VOX 3

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    "Non moriar" motet - Ludwig Senfl - VOX 3

    At the VOX 3 concert "Here I Stand - music of the Reformation," sopranos Kimberly Beasley & Jennifer Haworth, tenor Brian Hoffman, and baritone Brian von Rueden sing the a capella motet, "Non moriar, sed vivam." This motet was by Bavarian court composer Ludwig Senfl, who although employed by a Catholic monarch, wrote several enduring works in the new Lutheran idiom. Visit www.vox3.org. At Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Chicago.

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  • Senfl - Missa Paschalis - Kyrie

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    Senfl - Missa Paschalis - Kyrie

    Die engelhaften Klänge des Schweizer Komponisten untermalt von drei Bildern aus dem Winter im Arlberg.

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  • Das Geläut zu Speyer-Ludwig Senfl 1980 NDSU Concert Choir-Edwin Fissinger

    Duration: 2:41 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Das Geläut zu Speyer-Ludwig Senfl 1980 NDSU Concert Choir-Edwin Fissinger

    Das Geläut zu Speyer-Ludwig Senfl 1980 NDSU Concert Choir-Edwin Fissinger

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  • Ludwig Senfl (1486-1543) - Patientia

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    Ludwig Senfl 1486-1543 - Patientia

    Un brano da menestrello tardomedievale, di Ludwig Senfl, allievo di Isaac e suo successore alla Hofkapelle di Vienna sotto l'imperatore Massimiliano I. Compositore di musiche profane e religiose, queste ultime anche in appoggio alle impostazioni religiose di Lutero, con il quale fu in corrispondenza per diversi anni. Con questo Lied, preso da una raccolta pubblicata a Norimberga nel 1549, pochi anni dopo la sua morte, il compositore si rivolge alla Pazienza e le dice che ha terminato il suo lavoro, può anche bastare... In pratica non ne può più di avere pazienza. Esecuzione a cura di John Potter, tenore & Musica Antiqua of London Ensemble. Trascrizione a cura di Guido Menestrina A song by Ludwig Senfl, who was Isaac's pupil and took Isaac's place at his death as Kapellmeister in Wien. He wrote both secular and religious music, this last one in some way connected to the spreading of Luther's bible. In this Lied, taken from a collection published in Nurnberg in 1549, the singer talks to "Patience" and asks her to go away, because she completed her task... Actually, he's tired of being patient! As performed by John Potter, tenor, & Musica Antiqua of London Ensemble. Transcription byi Guido Menestrina Score / Partitura: http://www.musicaltranscriptions.com/Ludwig-Senfl-1486-1543-Patientia

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  • Toyes-Senfl-Fortuna-Virgo prudentissima

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    Toyes-Senfl-Fortuna-Virgo prudentissima

    Eliza's Toyes performed "Virgo Prudentissima/Fortuna Desperata" by Ludwig Senfl (1486-1543), at Gates of Heaven, Madison WI. October 9, 2011. Katherine Cecilia Peck, soprano Brigid Schultz, alto Steve Johnson, tenor Jerry Hui, tenor (Fortuna) Mark Werner and Andrew Aumann, bass

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