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Maier, Michael [Michaele Majero]

Rendsburg, Holstein c. 1568 - Magdeburg 1622

 

 

Atalanta Fugiens, hoc est, emblemata nova de secretis naturae chymica (50 Cßnones) (1617)

 

[1.-10.]

╗ MIDI | 1. Fuga I. in Quarta, infra.

Portavit eum ventus in ventre suo

╗ MIDI | 2. Fuga II. in Quinta, infrÓ.

Nutrix ejus terra est

╗ MIDI | 3. Fuga III. in Quarta, infrÓ.

Vade ad mulierem lavantem pannos, tu fac similiter

╗ MIDI | 4. Fuga IV. in Quarta, suprÓ.

Conjunge fratrem cum sorore & propina illis poculum amoris

╗ MIDI | 5. Fuga V. in Quinta, infrÓ.

Appone mulieri super mammas bufonem, ut ablactet eum, & moriatur mulier, sitque bufo grossus de lacte

╗ MIDI | 6. Fuga VI. in Quarta infrÓ.

Seminate aurum vestrum in terram albam foliatam

╗ MIDI | 7. Fuga VII. in 3. feu 10. suprÓ.

Fit pullus Ó nido volans, qui iter¨m cadit in nidum

╗ MIDI | 8. Fuga VIII. in 8. suprÓ.

Accipe ovum et igneo percute gladio

╗ MIDI | 9. Fuga IX. in 5. suprÓ.

Arborem cum sene conclude in rorida domo, & comedens de fructu ejus fiet juvenis

╗ MIDI | 10. Fuga X. in 2. infrÓ.

Da ignem igni, Mercurium Mercurio, et sufficit tibi

[11.-20.]

╗ MIDI | 11. Fuga XI. in 6. suprÓ.

Dealbate Latonam & rumpite libros

╗ MIDI | 12. Fuga XII. in 2. suprÓ.

Lapis, quem Saturnus, pro Jove filio devoratum, evomuit, Pro monumento in Helicone mortabilus est positus

╗ MIDI | 13. Fuga XIII. in 4. feu 12. suprÓ.

Ăs Philosophorum hydropicum est, & vul lavari septies in fluvio, ut Naaman leprosus in Jordane

╗ MIDI | 14. Fuga XIV. in 8. infrÓ.

Hic est Draco caudam suam devorans

╗ MIDI | 15. Fuga XV. in 3. infrÓ.

Opus siguli, consistens in sicco & humido, te doceat

╗ MIDI | 16. Fuga XVI. in 5 suprÓ.

Hic leo, quas plumas non habet, alter habet

╗ MIDI | 17. Fuga XVII. in 3. supra.

Orbita quadruplex hoc regit ignis opus

╗ MIDI | 18. Fuga XVIII. in 7. suprÓ.

Ignire ignis amat, non aurificare, sed aurum

╗ MIDI | 19. Fuga XIX. in 6. infrÓ.

Si de quattuor unum Occidas, subito mortuus omnis erit

╗ MIDI | 20. Fuga XX. in 3. infrÓ.

Naturam natura docet, debellet ut ignem

[21.-30.]

╗ MIDI | 21. Fuga XXI. in 4. suprÓ.

Fac ex mare & fœmina circulum, inde quadrangulum, hinc triangulum, fac circulum & habebis lap. Philosophorum

╗ MIDI | 22. Fuga XXII. in 7. suprÓ.

Plumbo habito candido fac opus mulierum, hocest, Coque

╗ MIDI | 23. Fuga XXIII. in 5. feu 12. suprÓ.

Aurum pluit, dum nascitur Pallas Rhodi, & Sol concumbit Veneri

╗ MIDI | 24. Fuga XXIV. in 5. feu 12. infrÓ.

Regem lupus voravit & vitae crematus reddidit

╗ MIDI | 25. Fuga XXV. in 5. feu 12. infrÓ.

Draconon moritur, nisi cum fratre & sorore sua interficiatur, qui sunt Sol & Luna

╗ MIDI | 26. Fuga XXVI in 9. duplici, infrÓ.

Sapientiae humanae fructus Lignum vitae est

╗ MIDI | 27. Fuga XXVII. in 8. supra.

Qui Rosarium intrare conatur Philosophicum absque clave, assimilatur homini ambulare volenti absque pedibus

╗ MIDI | 28. Fuga XXVIII. in 9. feu 12. suprÓ.

Rex balneatur in Laconico sedens, AtrÔque bile liberatur Ó Pharut

╗ MIDI | 29. Fuga XXIX. in 9. feu. infrÓ.

Ut Salamandra vivit igne sic lapis

╗ MIDI | 30. Fuga XXX. in 7. feu. 14. infrÓ.

Sol indiget lunÔ, ut gallus gallinÔ

[31.-40.]

╗ MIDI | 31. Fuga XXXI. in 4. suprÓ.

Rex natans in mari, clamans altÔ voce ; Qui me eripiet, ingens praemium habebit

╗ MIDI | 32. Fuga XXXII. in 5. suprÓ.

Corallus sub aquis ut crescit & aere induratur, sic lapis

╗ MIDI | 33. Fuga XXXIII. in 5. infra.

Hermaphroditus mortuo similis, in tenebris jacens, igne indiget

╗ MIDI | 34. Fuga XXXIV. in 8. infrÓ.

In balneis concipitur, & in aere nascitur, rubeus vero factus graditur super aquas

╗ MIDI | 35. Fuga XXXV. in 7. suprÓ.

Ceres Triptolemum, Thetis Achillem, ut sub egne morari assue secit, sic artifex lapidem

╗ MIDI | 36. Fuga XXXVI. in 7. infrÓ.

Lapis projectus est in terras, & in montibus exaltatus, & in aere habitat, & in flumine pascitur, id est, Mercurius

╗ MIDI | 37. Fuga XXXVII. in 8. suprÓ.

Tria sufficiunt ad magisterium, fumus albus, hoc est aqua, leo viridis, id est aes Hermetis, & aqua fœtida

╗ MIDI | 38. Fuga XXXVIII. in 7. suprÓ.

Rebis, ut Hermaphroditus, nascitur ex duobus montibus, Mercurii & Veneris

╗ MIDI | 39. Fuga XXXIX. in 3. feu 10. supra.

Oedypus Sphynge superata & trucidato Lajo patre matrem ducit in uxorem

╗ MIDI | 40. Fuga XL. in 6. infrÓ.

Ex duabus aquis, fac unam, & erit aqua sanctitatis

[41.-50.]

╗ MIDI | 41. Fuga XLI. in 3. infrÓ. retrograda existente simplici feu Basi.

Adonis ab apro occiditur, cui Venus accurrens tinxit Rosas sanguine

╗ MIDI | 42. Fuga XLII. in 4. suprÓ. Contrapunčtum.

In Chymicis versanti Natura, Ratio, Experientia & lectio, fint Dux, scipio, perspicilia & lampas

╗ MIDI | 43. Fuga XLIII. in 5. feu 12. infrÓ. Contrapunčtum.

Audi loquacem vulturem, qui neutiquam te decipit

╗ MIDI | 44. Fuga XLIV. in 5. feu 12. suprÓ. Basi sola proportione existente.

Dolo Typhon Osyridem trucidat, art˙sque illius Hinc inde dissipat, sed hos collegit Isis inclyta

╗ MIDI | 45. Fuga XLV. in 3. sup. vertendo Bas. & incip. ab initio in clave d.

Sol & ejus umbra persiciunt opus

╗ MIDI | 46. Fuga XLVI. Reciproca.

Aquilae duae, una ab ortu, altera ab occasu conveniunt

╗ MIDI | 47. Fuga XLVII. in 8. duplici suprÓ.

Lupus ab Oriente & Canis ab Occidente venientes te invicem momorderunt

╗ MIDI | 48. Fuga XLVIII. in 5. feu 12. suprÓ. vertendo simplicem. [ac inirio].

Rex ab aquis potatis morbum, Ó medicis curatus sanitatem obtinet

╗ MIDI | 49. Fuga XLIX. in 5. suprÓ. vertendo Basin feu fugientem vocem & incipiendo eb initio in d. fic vertendo simplicem & incipiendo in fineg.

Infans Philofophicus tres agnoscit patres, ut Orion

╗ MIDI | 50. Fuga L. in 3. feu 10. infrÓ.

Draco mulierem, & haec illum interimit, simulque sanguine perfunduntur

Sequences by ę Rafael Gˇmez Senosiain

 

 

Atalanta Fugiens

Atalanta Fugiens

 

Considero la m˙sica de Atalanta fugiens mßs importante que por ejemplo Kunst der Fuge de J.S. Bach - Me parece una injusticia histˇrica el muro de silencio que bloquea su autÚntica valoraciˇn musical. Creo que es una Obra Maestra del contrapunto occidental -. Pienso que el Midi sobre Internet, mßs que una grabaciˇn fÝsica convencional sobre un instrumento tradicional, es la realizaciˇn mßs conveniente desde una perspectiva alquÝmica, hermÚtica y la que merece, por su importancia, el medio informßtico multimedia de red, que tambiÚn puede hacer justicia a los otros aspectos (texto e imagen) de la referida obra.

 

I consider the music of Atalanta fugiens more important than, for example, the Kunst der Fuge by J.S. Bach. The silent wall that blocks its authentic musical evaluation seems to me an historical injustice.  I believe it is a Masterful Work of the western counterpoint. I think that MIDI on Internet, more than a conventional physical recording on a traditional instrument, is the best accomplishment from an alchemic, hermetic perspective and that given its importance, it merits space by the multimedia network, and that also its other aspects (text and image) deserve to be known.

Rafael Gˇmez Senosiain

 

Other works:

Two Canons 'Rosacruz' (?) ╗ MIDI | 1.  Canon ╗ MIDI | 2.  Canon

Sequences by ę Rafael Gˇmez Senosiain

This page has been realized thank to the contribute by Rafael Gˇmez Senosiain.

 

 

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