Es ist ein Ros entsprungen Uit Wikipedia, de vrije encyclopedie Es ist ein Ros entsprungen De eerstegedrukte versie in het Speyerer Gesangbuch van Es ist ein Ros entsprungen is een traditioneel Duits kerstlied. Geschiedenis[ bewerken brontekst bewerken ] De meest bekende zetting van het lied is van Michael Praetorius , die het in componeerde. Deze versie had 23 strofen. Ook in Nederland bestaan een katholieke en een protestantse versie van het lied. De tekstverschillen zijn voornamelijk terug te voeren op de plaats die Maria binnen beide geloofsrichtingen inneemt.
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A more commonly known Praetorius piece, for courante French for "running" , a court dance for couples fashionable in aristocratic European ballrooms. See media help. His works include the nine volume Musae Sioniae —10 , a collection of more than twelve hundred ca. He wrote many other works for the Lutheran church ; and Terpsichore , a compendium of more than instrumental dances, which is both his most widely known work, and his sole surviving secular work.
While Praetorius made some refinements to figured-bass practice  and to tuning practice, his importance to scholars of the 17th century derives from his discussions of the normal use of instruments and voices in ensembles, the standard pitch of the time, and the state of modal , metrical , and fugal theory. His meticulous documentation of 17th-century practice was of inestimable value to the early-music revival of the 20th century. His expansive but unfinished treatise, Syntagma Musicum , appeared in three volumes with appendix between and The second De Organographia, regarded the musical instruments of the day, especially the organ; it was one of the first theoretical treatises written in the vernacular.
An appendix to the second volume Theatrum Instrumentorum seu Sciagraphia, consisted of 42 beautifully drawn woodcuts, depicting instruments of the early 17th century, all grouped in families and shown to scale. A fourth volume on composition was planned, with the help of Baryphonus, but was left incomplete at his death. Gustave Reese said that the Syntagma Musicum was one of the most important sources of seventeenth century musical history.
As a lifelong committed Christian , he often regretted not taking holy orders but did write several theological tracts, which are now lost. As a Lutheran from a militantly Protestant family, he contributed greatly to the development of the vernacular liturgy, but also favored Italian compositional methods, performance practice and figured-bass notation.
The work of , which incorporates the harmonization by Praetorius , is one of his signature compositions, along with his Trombone Concerto No. He took the four-part setting of the Christmas carol Es ist ein Ros entsprungen by Michael Praetorius as a starting point. Line by line, he placed it in slow motion within an eight-part a cappella setting. Choir II in eight parts is hummed throughout. Their humming renders the work suitable for international presentation. It is available as a single copy or in the collection Cantemus 3.
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Es ist ein Ros entsprungen