Presented for the first time on CD, the choral compositions of Martin Lutz show the otherwise jazz-oriented composer from a more classical side. Led by young conductor Jakob Hultberg, the Copenhagen Chamber Choir Camerata, a professionally working amateur choir consisting of 25 experienced singers, was founded in and is currently one of Denmark's leading chamber choirs.
Camerata's repertoire covers a wide field from sacred music to light music but the core repertoire is Western European a cappella choral music.
Gramophone Magazine, June Bruckner, Poulenc, Villette, Elgar, Perotin, Mendelssohn: none of these composers features on this recording but all are present in the drifting, magpie textures of Martin Lutz's choral works Show Basket. Just listing some of the historical events he was involved with demonstrates his influence: meeting St.
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Francis of Assisi and approving his new mendicant order; supporting the Fourth Crusade; opening the Fourth Lateran Council; forcing King John of England to accept Stephen Langton as Archbishop of Canterbury and then accepting England as a feudal fief from the same king, etc. It may seem odd that such an intellect and will would write a devotional and emotional work like the Stabat Mater , but as the Catholic Encyclopedia article notes, St.
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Matthew, in your Gospel you Obtain for us the grace to see Jesus living in His Church and to follow His teaching in our lives on Earth so that we may live forever with Him in heaven. See More. Jews than a publican, who was a Jew working for the Roman enemy by robbing his own people and making a large personal profit.
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Publicans were not allowed to trade, eat, or even pray with other Jews. One day, while seated at his table of books and money, Jesus looked at Matthew and said two words: "Follow me.
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The Jews were surprised to see Jesus with a publican, but Jesus explained that he had come "not to call the just, but sinners. Matthew is known to us principally as an Evangelist, with his Gospel being the first in the New Testament. His Gospel was written in Aramaic, the language that our Lord Himself spoke and was written to convince the Jews that their anticipated Messiah had come in the person of Jesus.
Not much else is known about Matthew. According to tradition, he preached in Egypt and Ethiopia and further places East. Some legends say he lived until his nineties, dying a peaceful death, others say he died a martyr's death.
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In the traditional symbolization of the evangelists, based on Ezech. Matthew, Apostle September 21 Saint Matthew, the first-century Continue Reading. Pause Jesus, help me to remember that I am never alone in my struggles.
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