“Mönch von Salzburg“ – A performance of his complete œuvre
Since 2014, Duo Enßle-Lamprecht have devised a large-scale project relating to the works of the 14th-century minstrel “Mönch von Salzburg“. His legacy includes a plethora of melodies and texts that are occasionally still heard today. His records, for example, contain a Middle High German version of the Christmas song “Joseph Dearest, Joseph Mine“.
In a large-scale concert series, Duo Enßle-Lamprecht aims to perform his œuvre arranged in a thematic way and make them heard on the concert stage today.
Among other things, what is special about this project is that for every concert program, we commission a piece by a contemporary composer comments on the the medieval (musical) language.
Composers who have contributed to this project so far (as of October 2019):
Bruno Strobl, Hossam Mahmoud, Herbert Grassl, Kurt Enßle, Hannes Kerschbaumer, Tanja Brüggemann, Marcello Fera, Tobias Schick, Alexander Kaiser, Annette Schlünz, Josef Ramsauer, Frederik Neyrinck and ka’mi
A preview of the concert programme “The Monk and the Contessa“ can be found here
Cordula Stepp / voice
Philipp Lamprecht / voice, hurdy-gurdy, medieval percussion instruments
Susanne Ansorg / medieval string instruments
Anne-Suse Enßle / recorders and medieval harp
Further information can be found at www.enssle-lamprecht.com