The following articles on the keyword "motet" have previously appeared in the CARUS blog.

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Heinrich Schütz: Ich bin ein rechter Weinstock

For Hans-Christoph Rademann the motet “Ich bin ein rechter Weinstock” from Geistliche Chor-Music 1648 is one of the most beautiful compositions by Heinrich Schütz. This motet teaches you how to see with your ears and listen with your eyes in a way that hardly any other musical piece can…

Under the overall musical direction of Hans-Christoph Rademann, the Dresdner Kammerchor and Carus have concluded the first Heinrich Schütz Complete Recording. This month sees the release of the last CD in the Complete Recording.

Heinrich Schütz: Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt

One of the best-known motets by Schütz has accompanied Calmus for several years and has become a real favorite. The ensemble loves singing the motet right at the beginning of a concert. And incidentally, with 140,000 hits, the live recording of Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt uploaded on Youtube in 2008 is Calmus’s most frequently played video.

English Choral Music – Motets and Anthems from Byrd to Elgar

Dr. Mirjam James grew up with church music and over the years her interest in (church) music has developed considerably: the musical interests of her English family have left their traces. Browsing through the collection English Choral Music Mirjam James and the men in her life (husband and son) also discovered some of their favorites: Stanford in C! one of them calls out, before both simultaneously sing Charles Villiers Stanford’s Magnificat from memory.