Strauss, R: Traumlicht, No. 2 of Drei Männerchöre AV123

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Wagner: Opera Choruses

Wagner: Opera Choruses


Seeger:

Pfälzische Liedkantate

Strauss, R:

Traumlicht, No. 2 of Drei Männerchöre AV123

Wagner:

Lohengrin (excerpts)

Tannhäuser (excerpts)

arr. P. Saan for male chorus

The Flying Dutchman: Sailors' Chorus

arr. P. Saan for male chorus

Steuermann, laß die Wacht! (from Der fliegende Holländer)

Mit Gewitter und Sturm (from Der Fliegende Hollander)


Juha Kotilainen (baritone)

Estonian Natonal Male Choir RAM & Orchestra of Estonian Defence Forces, Peeter Saan & Ants Soots

The Estonian National Male Choir RAM was founded by the grand old man of Estonian choral music Gustav Ernesaks in 1944. Initially a male choir, specialized on a cappella repertoire, has by today grown into a world-famous professional performer of oratorial works. The choir makes regular recordings for the Estonian Public Broadcasting as well as releases annually CDs under the labels of Deutsche Grammophon, Sony, Warner Classics / Finlandia Records, and Virgin Classics. RAM has given more than 6000 concerts all over Estonia, in the former USSR, in Europe as well as in Israel, Canada and the USA. Currently the choir employs 49 singers.

The Orchestra of the Estonian Defence Forces is a state ceremonial orchestra founded on February 1st, 1993, or more precisely, it was re-established together with the re-establishment of the Estonian Defence Forces after the country had regained its independence. Since 1996, its commander and chief conductor is lieutenant-colonel Peeter Saan. The main task of the orchestra is to perform at all state and military ceremonies as well as receive and see off high-standing state visits and guests. The orchestra gives concerts in military units as well as public concert halls. Initially comprising a staff of 20 musicians, the orchestra today employs 40 professional musicians.

Estonian Record Productions - ERP5211

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Schubert & R. Strauss: Night And Dreams

Schubert & R. Strauss: Night And Dreams


Abt:

Die Abendglocken

Schubert:

Nachthelle, D892 (Seidl)

Die Nacht, D983c

Mondenschein, D875

Grab und Mond, D893

Der Wanderer, D649 (Friedrich von Schlegel)

Geist der Liebe D747 (Matthisson)

Der Geistertanz D494 (Matthisson)

Der Gondelfahrer, D809

Nacht und Träume, D827

Zum Rundetanz, D983b

Ständchen 'Zögernd leise', D920/921

Strauss, R:

Five Piano Pieces Op. 3: No. 1 Andante

Im Spätboot, Op. 56, No. 3

Ständchen, Op. 17 No. 2

Traumlicht, No. 2 of Drei Männerchöre AV123

Heimliche Aufforderung, Op. 27 No. 3


Vir Canto

Coviello - COV91609

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Richard Strauss: Chorwerke

Richard Strauss: Chorwerke


Strauss, R:

Deutsche Motette Op. 62

Vor den Türen, Op. 123 No. 1

Traumlicht, No. 2 of Drei Männerchöre AV123

Fröhlich im Maien, Op. 123 No. 3

Durch Einsamkeiten, TrV 273

An den Baum Daphne, AV132

Hymne Op. 34 No. 2

Der Abend Op. 34 No. 1


Dominik Wortig (tenor), Konrad Jarnot (baritone), Christa Mayer (alto), Iwona Sobotka (soprano)

Berlin Radio Choir, Staats- und Domchor Berlin, Michael Glaser

Richard Strauss had shown his enthusiasm for ancient Greece in his musical composition, especially in his operas and choral works. The main work on this Coviello recording is the German Motet, written in 1913 and full of stylistic complexity that it is essential to read the scores in order to find one’s way in the dizzying constructions or even begin to appreciate the dimension of the work. On this recording the multi award-winning Berlin Radio Choir, under Michael Gläser and accompanied by the State and Berlin Cathedral Choir, sings Strauss’ Choral Works with immaculate finesse.

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Traumlicht

Traumlicht


 

How Deep Is Your Love

arr. Matthias Becker

If we ever needed the Lord before

Duruflé:

Notre Père, Op. 14

Eielsen:

Jeg lagde meg sa silde

Englbrecht:

Ein Jager längs dem Weiher ging

Farmer:

Fair Phyllis I saw

Isaac:

Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen

Kodály:

Huszt

Kubizek:

Des Teufels Ritt

Mäntyjärvi:

Pseudo Yoik

Milhaud:

Psaume 121, Op. 72

Miškinis:

Cantate Domino

Nystedt:

Peace I Leave with You

Poos:

Ansprache des Bauern an seinen Ochsen

Poulenc:

Quatre petites prières de Saint François d'Assise: Seigneur je vous en prie

Strauss, R:

Traumlicht, No. 2 of Drei Männerchöre AV123

Tallis:

O Lord, in thee is all my trust

trad.:

Sheleg Al Iri

arr. Gil Aldema

The Little Green Lane

arr. S E Lovatt arr. S E Lovatt

Wolf, H:

Sechs Geistliche Lieder, No. 2: Einklang

Sechs Geistliche Lieder, No. 5: Ergebung


Lords of the Chords

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Letztes Glück

Letztes Glück

Songs of the German Romantics


Brahms:

Darthulas Grabgesang, Op. 42 No. 3

Letztes Glück, Op. 104 No. 3

Mit Lust tät ich ausreiten, WoO 34 No. 2

Nachtwache I 'Leise Töne der Brust', Op. 104 No. 1

Nachtwache II 'Ruhn sie? rufet das Horn des Wächters', Op. 104 No. 2

Abendstandchen, Op. 42 No. 1

Mendelssohn:

Abschied vom Walde (No. 3 from Sechs Lieder in Freien zu singen, Op. 59)

Sechs Lieder in Freien zu singen, Op. 41

Herbstlied (No. 6 from Der erste Frühlingstag, Op. 48)

Reger:

Nachtlied, Op. 138, No. 3

Schubert:

Die Nacht, D983c

Schumann:

Heidenroslein, Op. 67, No. 3

Die Rose stand im Tau, Op. 65 No. 1

Silcher:

Loreley

Untreue ('In einem kühlen Grunde')

Soviel Stern am Himmel stehen

Strauss, R:

Traumlicht, No. 2 of Drei Männerchöre AV123


The romantic works on this recording profit from Singer Pur’s supreme mastery and its absolute precision in intonation, harmony and phrasing. Every voice retains its independence even as it contributes to the ensemble sound. Their concerts and recordings have been very successful.

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Sehnsucht - The Gents

Sehnsucht - The Gents


Röntgen:

Hoffnung ('Letzte Lust und letzte Blüten')

Fiesole ('Alles Tosen ist zerstoben')

Schubert:

Sehnsucht (Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt), D656

Die Nacht, D983c

Ständchen 'Zögernd leise', D920/921

Grab und Mond, D893

Der Entfernten D331 (Salis-Seewis)

Nachtviolen D752 (Mayrhofer)

Nachtstück, D672 (Mayrhofer)

Abendstern, D806

An Sylvia, D891

Schumann:

Die Lotosblume, Op. 33 No. 3

Die Rose stand im Tau, Op. 65 No. 1

Der träumende See Op. 33 Nr. 1

Strauss, R:

Vor den Türen, Op. 123 No. 1

Traumlicht, No. 2 of Drei Männerchöre AV123

Wolf, H:

Sechs Geistliche Lieder


The Gents

The nineteenth century was a golden age for choral singing in Germany and Austria. Beginning in 1810, singing clubs, and later on, choral societies, shot up all over this part of the world like mushrooms. You could join a Liedertafel, Liederkranz, or Männersangverein. Carl Friedrich Zelter, Mendelssohn’s teacher and the leader of the Berliner Singverein, was the first person to use the term “Liedertafel” in 1808. The term was used to indicate an informal meeting of poets, composers, and singers who came together to sing German partsongs.

In a letter addressed to Goethe, Zelter explained that the 25 members of his Liedertafel were accustomed to sit down at a well-furnished table for a sumptuous dinner followed by an evening of singing. Zelter’s group preferred original works, so freshly composed that the ink was still wet. The goal was stimulation and promotion of German poetry and music.

The Gents is unique All-male Dutch vocal ensemble that obtained in a very short period a prominent place within the international music world. The group of young singers is praised because of their special sound, the large degree of flexibility and the unequalled interpretation of the very divergent vocal repertoire. Whether it concerns religious music from the Renaissance, romantic English music, arrangements of contemporary jazz and pop songs or especially composed works for the ensemble, the concerts of The Gents are always an extraordinary experience. The concerts can count therefore on enthusiastic public and positive criticisms in the press.

“Hypnotically homogenous of timbre, hushed and soft-focused, The Gents clearly relish Schubert's songs of night and of yearning” BBC Music Magazine

“The 18-strong Dutch ensemble bring to their enterprising programme the essential technical finesse: a rounded, unforced sonority, refined chording and balance (un-hooty male altos blend euphoniously with the high tenors on the top lines), and near-perfect intonation...They are always alive to the sound and sense of the words” Gramophone Magazine, August 2010

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Strauss - A Cappella

Strauss - A Cappella


Strauss, R:

Deutsche Motette Op. 62

Traumlicht, No. 2 of Drei Männerchöre AV123

Der Abend Op. 34 No. 1

Hymne Op. 34 No. 2


Acclaimed choral and orchestral conductor, Laurence Equilbey, conducts the Latvian Radio Choir along with her own fantastic professional ensemble, Accentus, in a recording showcasing the brilliance of Richard Strauss’ choral music.

This release highlights the inspiration of Bavarian poet Friedrich Rückert upon the choral writing of Richard Strauss. Glimpses of this influence can be found in the ‘Hymne’ from op.34 and the other choruses on this disc, among them the ambitious masterpiece that is Deutsche Motette (German Motet) op.62, the peak of Straussian choral art.

The chamber choir Accentus was founded by Laurence Equilbey in 1991, and is now recognised as one of the leading ensembles in Europe. Accentus' recording of Fauré’s Requiem, released last year, was shortlisted for the 2009 Gramophone Awards in the 'Choral' category.

“Hearing exquisite Straussian tonal twists sung with such precision and evident love is a treat for both ear and heart. …the Deutsche Motette feels like a near-impossible fusion of the spirit of Tallis's 40-part Spem in alium with the loveliest pages of Strauss's own Daphne or Ariadne auf Naxos. And conductor Laurence Equilbey and her singers seem equally responsive to both extremes. Incredibly the piece's huge span seems just right - not a moment overlong. The opening couple of minutes of the first of the Zwei Gesänge, 'Der Abend' (Evening) constitute perhaps the most beautiful thing on the whole disc...” BBC Music Magazine, February 2010 *****

“This a fine choir - or combination of choirs - tone both gentle and firm, and with a sensitivity to the shadings and modulations so richly characteristic of Strauss's choral writing.” Gramophone Magazine, March 2010

“...technically brilliant and utterly ravishing...performed with high accomplishment by combined professional chamber choirs.” Sunday Times, 29th November 2009

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The King’s Singers - Romance Du Soir

The King’s Singers - Romance Du Soir


Bairstow:

Music, When Soft Voices Die

Brahms:

Waldesnacht, Op. 62 No. 3

Elgar:

O happy eyes, Op. 18 No. 1

Love, Op. 18 No. 2

Larsen, L:

A Lover's Journey

Lasso:

Toutes les Nuitz

Saint-Saëns:

Calme des nuits, Op. 68 No. 1

Sérénade d'hiver

Romance du soir, Op. 118

Schubert:

Liebe

Schumann:

Ritornelle Op. 65

Senfl:

Ach Elslein, liebes Elselein

Strauss, R:

Traumlicht, No. 2 of Drei Männerchöre AV123

Sullivan, A:

The long day closes

Wilbye:

Draw on, sweet night

Weep, weep, mine eyes


Combining perennial favourites with wonderful new discoveries, these immediately appealing pieces reflect the much-loved repertoire at the heart of a King's Singers programme, performed with the skill and flair that distinguishes the group as one of the world's most popular a cappella ensembles. Signum Records latest venture with The King's Singers, Romance du Soir, follows hot on the heels of a Live DVD and CD release of their 2008 performance at the BBC Proms in the Royal Albert Hall (SIGDVD005 and SIGCD150), and the 2008 Grammy-nominated album Simple Gifts (SIGCD121).

“Here's a stunning display of unaccompanied part-singing by six consummate vocal artists. Sullivan's 'The Long Day Closes', beautifully shaped and shorn of sentimental Victorian accretions, draws the curtain down on an outstandingly successful recital.” BBC Music Magazine, April 2009 *****

“The balancing of voices, their almost-eerie technical perfection, their awareness of the relationship between text and harmony, their musical inquisitiveness and joyful unstuffiness... I could go on. It's a wonderful programme, and a disc I shall be returning to often.” Charlotte Gardner, bbc.co.uk, 27th March 2009

“This sweetshop full of lollipops offers some favourites from the King's Singers' vast repertoire of melodious part songs, sung with their trademark lustrous tone and precise, yet unforced, clarity.” The Observer, 21st February 2009

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Diamonds

Diamonds

20th Century Masterpieces for Male Choir


Börtz:

Gryningsvind (Dawn Breeze)

Hillborg:

muoayiyoum

Kricka:

Three songs from Zornicka (The Morning Star) Op. 28

Kuula:

Iltapilviä (Evening Clouds) Op. 27a No. 5

Mamiya:

Composition for Chorus No. 6:2

Milhaud:

Psaume 121, Op. 72

Poulenc:

Quatre petites prières de Saint François d'Assise

Saint-Saëns:

Saltarelle Op. 74

Strauss, R:

Traumlicht, No. 2 of Drei Männerchöre AV123

Suchon:

Slovenská piesen (Slovakian Song)

Thompson, R:

Tarantella

Tormis:

Muistse mere laulud (Songs of the Ancient Sea)


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OD Highlights

OD Highlights


Barber:

A Stopwatch and an Ordnance Map, Op. 15

Bartók:

Four Old Hungarian Songs

Bossi, M E:

Il brivido (text: G. Pascoli)

David, J N:

Wir zogen in das Feld

Gounod:

Gloire immortelle de nos aïeux (from Faust)

Milhaud:

Psaume 121, Op. 72

Peterson-Berger:

På fjället i sol

Reger:

An das Meer (text: O.F. Gensichen)

Saint-Saëns:

Saltarelle Op. 74

Söderman:

Ett bondbröllop: I bröllopsgården (text: Richard Gustafsson)

Strauss, R:

Traumlicht, No. 2 of Drei Männerchöre AV123

Suchon:

Three Slovakian Folksongs

Tormis:

The Songs of Hamlet (text: Paul-Eerik Rummo)

trad.:

Hej dunkom

Uti vår hage

Verdi:

Anvil Chorus (from Il Trovatore)

Wikander:

Kung Liljekonvalje (text: Gustav Fröding)


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