duo lamprecht - Musikerduo - Anne Enßle und Phillip Lamprecht

Videos

London Manuscript: „Tre Fontane“

Gegengleich – Duo Enssle-Lamprecht – CROSSROADS

“Belicha” from the Middle Ages

Trailer „Mönch und Comtessa“


CD´s

The anonymous lover

Duo Enßle-Lamprecht takes us into the world of medieval love poetry and presents the most beautiful poems by the "Monk of Salzburg" from the 14th century. Although works by this medieval poet have survived in numerous manuscripts, it has still not been possible to unravel the mystery surrounding his person.

By means of their own arrangements of the preserved melodies and colourful instrumentation, the ensemble underlines the most diverse facets of medieval emotions and demonstrates the high artistic value that can be attributed to the repertoire of the anonymous figure of the "Monk".

The CD is available HERE 

 

Monk of Salzburg - The anonymous lover

 

TESSERAE (2017). audax records

Duo Enßle-Lamprecht presents a mosaic of secular and religious works from the Middle Ages and makes them come alive today in a virtuosic way. Fascinating instrumental soundscapes and intriguingly rich acoustic colours will take you on a journey to another world. Our first collaboration with audax!

http://www.audax-records.fr/adx13712-preorder-e

 

Press reviews of the recent CD, TESSERAE:

BR Klassik

“Their new CD is characterised by a great deal of creativity and a lavish range of instruments. Recorders of all sizes are represented, accompanied by medieval castanets, drums in different varieties, as well as Romanesque beehive-shaped bells. …
The duo arrives at an authentic interpretation. The CD manages to do without superfluous pseudo-medieval mannerisms, but the source material is nevertheless performed in creative ways. Especially the more virtuoso pieces showcase Anne-Suse Enßle’s mastery of her instrument.”

https://www.br-klassik.de/aktuell/br-klassik-empfiehlt/cd/cd-tipp-tesserae-enssle-lamprecht-100.html

Remy Franck in Pizzicato 176

“This mosaic of secular and religious works, played on different percussion instruments – among them chimes – and a range of recorders, also contains vocals. This results in a CD that is not only characterised by a very high musical standard but one that is also very rich in variety, even though it is performed by only two musicians.”

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jeuX (2013). sumtone.com

Works by Marco Döttlinger and Jürgen Neuhofer

http://www.sumtone.com/recording.php?id=50

 

Points of Contact (2010). mozarteum

Works by Anonymous, Younhee Chung, Moritz Eggert, Philipp Lamprecht and Joep Straesser

http://shop.uni-mozarteum.at/en/cds/points-of-contact.html

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