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In 2009, the [[Folger Consort]] celebrated the holidays with the festive music of Michael Praetorius, the most prolific German composer of the early 17th century in ''A German Christmas: In Dulci Jubilo''. The son of a Lutheran minister, Praetorius was responsible for combining the wonderful north German Lutheran chorale tradition with the new Italian developments of the Baroque. In 1610, the last volume of his collection of over 1000 chorale settings,  ''Musae Zioniae'', was published. The Consort performed some of the great Christmas favorites from this collection, including  ''In Dulci Jubilo'',  ''Es ist ein Rose'', and  ''Puer Natus Est''. The Folger Consort performed ''A German Christmas'' from December 11 to December 21, 2009 in the Folger's [[Elizabethan Theatre]].  
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In 2009, [[Folger Consort]] celebrated the holidays with the festive music of Michael Praetorius, the most prolific German composer of the early 17th century in ''A German Christmas: In Dulci Jubilo''. The son of a Lutheran minister, Praetorius was responsible for combining the wonderful north German Lutheran chorale tradition with the new Italian developments of the Baroque. In 1610, the last volume of his collection of over 1000 chorale settings,  ''Musae Zioniae'', was published. The Consort performed some of the great Christmas favorites from this collection, including  ''In Dulci Jubilo'',  ''Es ist ein Rose'', and  ''Puer Natus Est''. The Folger Consort performed ''A German Christmas'' from December 11 to December 21, 2009 in the Folger's [[Elizabethan Theatre]].  
  
 
==Artists==
 
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Revision as of 10:18, 16 June 2014

In 2009, Folger Consort celebrated the holidays with the festive music of Michael Praetorius, the most prolific German composer of the early 17th century in A German Christmas: In Dulci Jubilo. The son of a Lutheran minister, Praetorius was responsible for combining the wonderful north German Lutheran chorale tradition with the new Italian developments of the Baroque. In 1610, the last volume of his collection of over 1000 chorale settings, Musae Zioniae, was published. The Consort performed some of the great Christmas favorites from this collection, including In Dulci Jubilo, Es ist ein Rose, and Puer Natus Est. The Folger Consort performed A German Christmas from December 11 to December 21, 2009 in the Folger's Elizabethan Theatre.

Artists

Folger Consort

Artistic Director

  • Robert Eisenstein: violin, viol

Guest artists

  • Cantate Chamber Singers: vocals
  • David Douglas: viol, violin
  • Daniel Rippe: viol
  • Mary Springfels: viol
  • Daniel Stillman: trombone, dulcian, recorder
  • Webb Wiggins: organ
  • Tom Zajac: trombone, recorder, flute