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1. SCHÜTZ: Psalmen Davids Sampt Etlichen Moteten Und Concerten, Op. 2: Alleluja! Lobet Den Herren, SWV. 38
2. SCHÜTZ: Psalmen Davids Sampt Etlichen Moteten Und Concerten, Op. 2: Die Mit Tränen Säen, SWV. 42
3. SCHÜTZ: Ich Beschwöre Euch, Ihr Töchter Zu Jerusalem (Dialogus), SWV. 339
4. SCHÜTZ: Symphoniae Sacrae I, Op. 6: Anima Mea Liquefacta Est, Prima Parte, SWV. 263
5. SCHÜTZ: Symphoniae Sacrae I, Op. 6: Adjuro Vos, Filiae Jerusalem, Seconda Parte, SWV. 264
6. SCHÜTZ: Ludi Musici: Paduana Dolorosa a 4, SSWV. 42
7. SCHÜTZ: Psalmen Davids Sampt Etlichen Moteten Und Concerten, Op. 2: An Den Wassern Zu Babel SWV. 37
8. SCHÜTZ: Psalmen Davids Sampt Etlichen Moteten Und Concerten, Op. 2: Warum Toben Die Heiden, SWV. 23
9. SCHÜTZ: Cantiones Sacrae, Op. 4: Ego Dormio Et Cor Meum Vigilat, Prima Parte, SWV. 63-64
10. SCHÜTZ: Cantiones Sacrae, Op. 4: Vulnerasti Cor Meum, Filia Charissima, Seconda Parte, SWV. 64
11. SCHÜTZ: Symphoniae Sacrae I, Op. 6: O Quam Tu Pulchra Es, Amica Mea, Prima Parte, SWV. 265
12. SCHÜTZ: Symphoniae Sacrae I, Op. 6: Veni de Libano, Veni, Amica Mea, Seconda Parte, SWV. 266
13. SCHÜTZ: Psalmen Davids Sampt Etlichen Moteten Und Concerten, Op. 2: Herr, Unser Herrscher, SWV. 27
14. SCHÜTZ: Psalmen Davids Sampt Etlichen Moteten Und Concerten, Op. 2: Danket Dem Herren, Denn Er Ist Freundlich, SWV. 45

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Geoffroy Jourdain and Les Cris de Paris introduce us to a facet of Heinrich Schütz that is often overlooked: his works directly inspired by Italy, and more especially by Venice, where he worked closely with Giovanni Gabrieli. In this enchanting program of music, sometimes deeply spiritual, sometimes with a strong secular influence, ranging from pieces for soloists to large choral ensembles, we meet a rich and radiant composer with myriad colors in his palette.