Jürgen Jürgens

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Jürgen Jürgens (Frankfurt am Main 5 October 1925 - Hamburg, 4 August 1994) was a German choral conductor and academic teacher. In 1955 he founded the award-winning Monteverdi-Chor Hamburg with whom he recorded for Archiv Produktion, focussing on works of Claudio Monteverdi.

Later the choir became part of the Telefunken/Teldec Bach cantatas project with the Leonhardt-Consort.

Selected discography[edit]

  • Heinrich Schütz St. Luke Passion, Max van Egmond, Peter-Christoph Runge - Jürgen Jürgens, 1966
  • Monteverdi Lamento d'Arianna, Jürgen Jürgens, Monteverdi-Chor Hamburg, 1973
  • Alessandro Scarlatti, Madrigals, Jürgen Jürgens, Monteverdi-Chor Hamburg, 1975
  • Heinrich Schütz Die italienischen Madrigale, Jürgen Jürgens, Monteverdi-Chor Hamburg, 1976
  • Anton Bruckner Music of the St. Florian Period, Jürgen Jürgens, Monteverdi-Chor Hamburg, 1984 - CD: BSVD-0109, 2011 (Bruckner Archive Production)
  • Anton Bruckner Music of St Florian Period (II), Jürgen Jürgens, Monteverdi-Chor Hamburg, 1984 - CD: BSVD-0111 (Bruckner Archive Production)

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