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Lev Kontorovich, Masters of Choral Singing 31-05-2019. Composers: Sergei Slonimsky. Total duration:56 min. 01. Requiem for Soloists, Mixed Choir and Symphony Orchestra: Lacrimosa. Anthology of Contemporary Choral Music by Russian Composers, Vol. 2.
This is the first collection of choral music that I've purchased and I love it. I own copies of operas and requiems and masses, but if you attend choral concerts, as I have been recently, you learn there is a huge colletion of choral music appart from the forms I've been listening to. I appreciate the producers selecting "Song for Athene" by Tavener and "Celebration (Standing Stone)" by McCartney. They do a fine job but also get criticized for attempting to popularize classical music. Ever" was so popular with my teen-age daughter that it was hard to get it back from her. I give the album as a gift to nephews and nieces.
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Published: 25 Mar 2019.
Choral music, arrangements and musicals for school and church choirs by award-winning composer Ruth Elaine Schram with sample scores and audio.
Choral music is music performed by a group of singers or a choir. The singers may perform without accompaniment, or may be accompanied by any instrumental combination, from piano to full orchestra. Plainchant, the oldest notated Western music, dating from the 9th century, was sung in unison (all voices singing the same melody) by monks. Choral music, mostly liturgical, remained the primary focus of composers through the Renaissance. Using highly sophisticated harmonies and counterpoint (the interweaving of many melodies), they created a significant and diverse body of works.