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Performer: Carel Hacquart
Genre: Classical
Title: De Triomfeerende Min
Released: 1978
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Carel Hacquart ‎– De Triomfeerende Min. Label: Alpha Brussels ‎– MBM 3. De Tromfeerende Min. Gemengt met Zang- en Snaarenspel,Vliegwerken en Baletten (1678) Bon: Originele druk, Amsterdam, 1680 (Paulus Matthysz. berustend in het Stadsarchief te Antwerpen. Love's Triumph (Original Title: De Tromfeerende Min) A masque on the theme of peace. now in the municipal archives, Antwerp. Recording: Anglican Church, Brussels - 18th to 20th November 1975.

Carolus Hacquart (the latinised form of his original name: Carel Hacquart) (c. 1640 - after 1686) was a Flemish composer and musician. He became one of the most important 17th-century composers in the Dutch Republic and possibly also worked in England. Hacquart was born in Bruges around 1640. He received his education, comprising Latin and composition as well as viola da gamba, lute and organ, most probably in his native town.

Carolus Hacquart: De Triomfeerende Min (The Triumph of Love). Kom schoone moeder van de min. Carolus Hacquart.

Carel Hacquart (. 640-1701). Browse All. CD. Download. Hacquart: De Triomfeerende Min and other works. Carolus Hacquart: Cantiones sacrae & Sonate.

De triomfeerende Min (Love Triumphant) is a 1678 pastoral semi-opera by Carolus Hacquart to celebrate the Peace of Nijmegen. A reconstruction was the basis for a recording by Camerata Trajectina in 2012.

John Warrack The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Opera 1996 - Page 234 De triomfeerende Min (1678, to celebrate the Peace of Nijmegen), by Carolus Hacquart (. 640'?1701), is often claimed as the first Dutch opera but is really a pastoral play with music, Attempts at Dutch opera were made by Hendrik Anders (1657-1714) and Servaas de Konink (7-1717 or 1718), especially. in the latter's De vnjadje van Cloris en Roosje (1688, lost).

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Collections: 1. Practising Time and Art. 1970 classical. Carel Hacquart: Best songs. Carel Hacquart, 't Uitnement Kabinet - Suite X in A Minor: Preludio (Lente - Vivace - Grave) Practising Time and Art, 1970 04:05. Carel Hacquart, 't Uitnement Kabinet - Suite X in A Minor: Courante Practising Time and Art, 1970 02:18. Carel Hacquart, 't Uitnement Kabinet - Suite X in A Minor: Gigue Practising Time and Art, 1970 02:24. Carel Hacquart, 't Uitnement Kabinet - Suite X in A Minor: Sarabande Practising Time and Art, 1970 03:08

Tracklist

A Untitled
B Untitled

Credits

  • Adapted By [Text Adaptation] – Daan Antheunis
  • Arranged By, Producer, Liner Notes – Pieter Andriessen
  • Artwork – Gal
  • Bassoon – Ku Ebbinge
  • Cello – Maarten Van Der Heijden, Richte van der Meer
  • Chitarrone – Toyohiko Satoh
  • Choir – Collegium Vocale, Gent*
  • Composed By – Carel Hacquart*
  • Conductor – Ph. Herreweghe*
  • Conductor, Harpsichord – Ton Koopman
  • Lyrics By – Dirk Buysero
  • Music Director – Emiel Mertens
  • Oboe, Recorder – Marry Jongsma, Paul Dombrecht
  • Orchestra [Baroque Orchestra] – Musica Antiqua Amsterdam
  • Producer [Tekstregie] – Herman Niels
  • Timpani – Nick Woud
  • Trumpet – Crispian Steele-Perkins, Michael Laird
  • Viola – Ruth Hesseling, Wiel Peeters
  • Violin [First Violin] – Jeannine Rubinlicht*, Janneke van der Meer, Marie Leonhardt
  • Violin [Second Violin] – Antoinette Van den Homberg*, Dirk Verelst, Kaiko Watanabe
  • Vocals – Anne Verkinderen, Harry van der Kamp, Marianne Kweksilber, Marius Van Altena, René Jacobs
  • Voice [Reciter] – Arnold Willems, Denise Deweerdt*, Herman Niels, Hilde Sacré, Jackie Morel, Jeannine Schevernels, Marga Neyrinck, Ward De Ravet

Notes

De Tromfeerende Min. Gemengt met Zang- en Snaarenspel ,Vliegwerken en Baletten
Bon: Originele druk, Amsterdam, 1680 (Paulus Matthysz.) berustend in het Stadsarchief te Antwerpen.

Love's Triumph (Original Title: De Tromfeerende Min)
A masque on the theme of peace. With songs and stringed instruments, stage machinery and ballet
Source: First edition, Amsterdam, 1680 (Paulus Matthysz.), now in the municipal archives, Antwerp.

Recording: Anglican Church, Brussels - 18th to 20th November 1975.
Recorded by Belgische Radio en Televisie (B.R.T.)

Gatefold sleeve, credits & liner notes in Dutch, French, German and English.