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Ave Musica
Sergejs Jēgers
Latvian Baroque Orchestra
Conductor Andris Veismanis

Recorded in 2006 at the Riga Anglican Church

G.F. Hendelis - Mesija
Fragments of the oratorio ‘Messiah”

Kristīne Jaunalksne, soprano
Gunta Smirnova, soprano
Sergejs Jēgers, countertenor
Viesturs Jansons, tenor
Jānis Misiņš, bass
Youth Choir "Balsis"
Vidzeme Chamber Orchestra
Conductor Ints Teterovskis

Recorded in 2006 at the St. Saviour’s Church in Riga

Schola Cantorum Riga - Illumina
Artis Gāga, saxophone
Sergejs Jēgers, countertenor

This album includes various medieval spiritual chants on the topic of LIGHT. A musical meeting and synthesis of two ages and styles is at the basis of the conception of ILLUMINA. On the one hand, these are medieval chants for male voices including the beautiful, melodious Gregorian chants, Ambrosian hymns, medieval dance songs, an ancient Hebrew song Ma navu as well as interesting examples of early poliphony. On the other hand – improvisations of saxophone and percussions.

Recorded in 2007

Sergejs Jēgers, countertenor
Artis Gāga, saxophone

Recorded in 2007 in Sesava church

Stabat Mater
Antonio Vivaldi - STABAT MATER
Alessandro Stradella - PIETA SIGNORE
Giovanni Battista Pergolesi - STABAT MATER

Inese Galante, soprano
Sergejs Jēgers, countertenor
Instrumental ensemble
Conductor Andris Veismanis

Recorded in 2007 and 2008

Dziesmiņās remdējos
Latvian folk songs arranged by Raimonds Tiguls

Sergejs Jēgers, countertenor
Orchestra Sinfonietta Rīga
Conductor Māris Sirmais

Recorded in 2009

Reiz sensenos laikos
Fairy tales:
1. A Lighter
2. Silly Ancis
3. The Ugly Duckling
- Narrator Valters Krauze
- Mother Duck Baiba Sipeniece Gavare
- Duckling Sergejs Jēgers
- Duckling’s Sister Amēlija Tobe
4. The King’s New Clothes

Recorded in 2010

Ave Maria

Sergejs Jēgers (countertenor)
Diāna Jaunzeme (organ)

Recorded at Rīga Cathedral, 2011

LK 006


Music in Riga 1570 - 1800

Sergejs Jēgers (countertenor)
Kristīne Adamaite (organ)
Agnese Kanniņa – Liepiņa (baroque violin)
Kristīne Stumbure (traversflute)
Danuta Ločmele (baroque cello)
Riga Dome Cathedral boys choir (conductor Mārtiņš Klišāns)
Baroque choir Collegium Choro Musici Riga
Baroque orchestra Collegium Musicum Riga
Conductor Māris Kupčs

The album includes compositions that have been performed in Riga during the period from 1570 until 1800. For this recording, the musicians have selected pieces written by such composers as Georg Michael Telemann, Johann Valentin Meder and Caspar Springer, as they have spent a great part of their lives in Riga, working as cantors and organists. The selection also includes music by Franz Adam Veichtner, who fulfilled the duties of concert master in the court of the Duke of Courland, and Johann Cristoph Friedrich Bach.


© Sergejs Jēgers, 2007 / izstrāde DEEM SIA / dizains Mūsu darbnīca IK