contact US!

Use the form on the right to contact us.

Texas Early Music Project
2905 San Gabriel Suite 204 
Austin, TX 78705
(512) 377-6961

For ticket and concert venue inquiries, email the Box Office

TEMP is a performing ensemble and not a presenting organization or an agency. Please do not contact TEMP about hosting other early music groups.
Are you a human or robot? *
Help us foil the spam bots!

2905 San Gabriel Suite 204
Austin, TX 78705
USA

(512) 377-6961

Founded in 1987 by Daniel Johnson, the Texas Early Music Project is dedicated to preserving and advancing the art of Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and early Classical music through performance, recordings, and educational outreach. 

Pathways to Bach: Music in Germany in the 17th Century

TEMP Live and Studio Recordings

Our boxed CDs are $21.00 (with the exception of La Pellegrina, a 2-CD set, for $25). The CD price includes shipping within the U.S. Shipping charges will apply to international orders. Questions? Please contact us.

NEW! Our Convivencia, Night and Day, and Noël CDs are now available for download on iTunes, Amazon, and CD Baby!

Pathways to Bach: Music in Germany in the 17th Century

pathways to bach thumbnail new 1.png
pathways to bach thumbnail new 1.png

Pathways to Bach: Music in Germany in the 17th Century

21.00

Price includes shipping within the U.S. Shipping charges will apply to international orders. Questions? Please contact us.

This CD features the cantata Alles was ihr tut of Dietrich Buxtehude and the requiem Musikalische Exequien of Heinrich Schütz. Texas Early Music Project's live performance of this concert was awarded "Best Choral Concert 2005" by the Austin Critics' Table.

Recorded live on April 16, 2005, at First English Lutheran Church, Austin, TX. Jay Norwood, Recording Engineer.

Quantity:
Add To Cart

Enjoy these audio samples from Pathways to Bach: 

The Singers
(*indicates soloist in the Musikalische Exequien)

*Philip Baker, bass
*Brett Barnes, baritone
*Joe Bergen, bass
Wendy Brockett, alto
*Kathlene Ritch Brown, soprano
*Amy Brumley, soprano
Laura Buford, soprano
Cayla Cardiff, alto
Nunzio D'Alessio, tenor
Caroline Frommhold, alto
Jim Hadden, tenor
Catherine Haenni, soprano
Robert Honstein, bass
Daniel Johnson, tenor
*Christopher LeCluyse, tenor
Katja Mallmann, soprano
*Gitanjali Mathur, soprano
*Joel Nesvadba, tenor
*Jonathan Nesvadba, baritone
Julie Noble, soprano
*Elisabeth Petillot, alto
*Susan Richter, alto
*Jonathan Riemer, tenor
*David Stevens, tenor
*Jenifer Thyssen, soprano
*Jennifer Tullis, alto
Allison Welch, alto
*Gil Zilkha, bass
 

The Orchestra
Laurie Young Stevens, violin and concertmistress

James Brown, bass viol
Jonathan Brumley, archlute
Bruce Colson, violin
Scott Horton, theorbo
Jan Jackson, alto recorder
Stephanie Stuart, viola
John Walters, cello, treble & bass viols
Keith Womer, organ