Cover Kallembach: Most Sacred Body

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Album-Release:
2018

HRA-Release:
02.02.2018

Label: Gothic

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Choral

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  • James Kallembach (1976 - ): Most Sacred Body, The Feet:
  • 1No. 1, Ecce super montes02:08
  • 2No. 2, Adam Beholds the Future of Humankind02:52
  • 3No. 3, Salve mundi01:32
  • Most Sacred Body, The Knees:
  • 4No. 4, Wherefore Lift up the Hands03:11
  • 5No. 5, God Sees the Newly Created Earth06:07
  • 6No. 6, Salve Jesu, rex sanctorum01:39
  • Most Sacred Body, The Hands:
  • 7No. 7, Dirigatur oratio mea02:55
  • 8No. 8, Adam Beholds Human Warfare05:31
  • 9No. 9, Salve Jesu01:23
  • Most Sacred Body, The Sides:
  • 10No. 10, Rise Up, My Love03:47
  • 11No. 11, God Sees Satan Approach the Earth and Foresees the Fall of Humankind04:28
  • 12No. 12, All Hail the Sides of My Savior05:11
  • Most Sacred Body, The Chest:
  • 13No. 13, Ut in eo crescatis02:21
  • 14No. 14, Satan Enters the Serpent and Tempts Eve03:54
  • 15No. 15, Locus iste01:29
  • Most Sacred Body, The Heart:
  • 16No. 16, Vulnerasti cor meum03:05
  • 17No. 17, God Declares the Terms of Divine Justice After the Fall02:33
  • 18No. 18, Summi regis cor, aveto02:20
  • Most Sacred Body, The Face:
  • 19No. 19, Illustra faciem01:50
  • 20No. 20, The Son of God Freely Offers Himself04:04
  • 21No. 21, Cum me jubes emigrare01:36
  • 22No. 22, The Angel Leads Adam and Eve out of the Garden03:33
  • Total Runtime01:07:29

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James Kallembach’s newly commissioned cantata pays symbolic homage to seven aspects of the crucified body of Jesus. Kallembach combines Buxtehude’s 17th-century Membra Jesu nostri with visions from Milton’s epic masterpiece Paradise Lost to create a unique musical expression of the Passion. The work was commissioned by Music at Marsh Chapel specifically for use in Marsh Chapels Good Friday liturgy. It was premiered on Good Friday, March 25, 2016 with Scott Allen Jarrett conducting the Marsh Chapel Choir and Collegium. It is scored for string orchestra, chorus, and soloists. A second performance (from which this recording is taken) occurred on October 22, 2016. Recipient of awards from American Composers Forum, Pacific Chorale, and ASCAP, composer James Kallembachs choral works are performed throughout the United States and Europe. regarded as one of the most creative and innovative modern composers. (ArkivMusic) interpretation [and creation] of new music is rich and polished. (Chicago Classical Review)

Marsh Chapel Choir and Collegium
Scott Allen Jarrett, direction



Scott Allen Jarrett
is a renowned and acclaimed Bach and baroque expert. Jarrett is the Director of Boston Unversity’s Music at Marsh Chapel. He is also the Music Director of Boston’s Back Bay Chorale and Choral Artist-In-Residence at Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, VA with conducting responsibility for the Conservatory Choir. Jarrett is also Resident Conductor of the Handel and Haydn Society Chorus. With H+H, Jarrett regularly leads ensemble performances as part of the King’s Chapel recital series with particular focus on 17th century German and Italian works in addition to assisting music director Harry Christophers to build one the country’s best professional choruses. In demand for his expertise with the vocal works of J. S. Bach, Jarrett was named Director of the Vocal Fellows Program at the Oregon Bach Festival in 2016, following many summers at the Festival working with founder Helmuth Rilling and now with Artistic Director Matthew Halls. Valued for his experience with large choruses and his skills with orchestral repertoire, Jarrett served eleven years as Director of Choruses and Assistant Conductor of the Charlotte Symphony.

Off the podium, Jarrett is active as a baritone and keyboard player. His recent recitals of Debussy and Fauré with tenor Nicholas Phan and the Collaborative Arts Institute of Chicago in September 2016 were met with critical acclaim. He can be heard as organist on Seraphic Fire’s recording of the Monteverdi Vespers and as pianist on their 2012 Grammy-nominated recording of the Brahms Requiem. Jarrett also conducted performances of Bach’s Mass in B Minor with Seraphic Fire, the first guest conductor in that organization’s fifteen-year history. He served as accompanist for Helmuth Rilling and the late Robert Shaw, and through his long-time collaborations with his mentor Ann Howard Jones, served eight summers on the conducting staff at the Boston University Tanglewood Institute. He is a baritone in the professional chorus of Boston’s Handel and Haydn Society and may be heard in the bass section of their recent recordings for the CORO label.

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