November 5 marks the 350th anniversary of the death of Franz Tunder, the originator of Lübeck's famous Abendmusiken. Ancient Voices celebrates his life and music with vocal works, plus a few pieces for Tunder's own instrument, the organ.
All works were composed by Franz Tunder, unless specified otherwise. All organ pieces are played by Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra at the North German Organ in Örgryte nya kyrka, Göteborg, Sweden.
- Praeludium in G (Dorian). An Wasserflüssen Babylon. Performed by Erin Headley, soprano, and Tirami Su.
- Dominus illuminatio mea, performed by Theatre of Voices. Komm Heiliger Geist (organ).
- In dich hab ich gehoffet, Herr (organ). Nisi dominus, performed by the Rheinische Kantorei and Das Kleine Konzert. Salve coelistis pater, performed by Harry van der Kamp, bass.
- Dieterich Buxtehude: Liebster, meine Seele saget. Performed by sopranos Erin Headley and Laurie Reviol, and Tirami Su.
- Closing music: Canzona for organ by Franz Tunder.
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