The Four Madrigals for Five Voices from 1959 take poems on both sacred and secular themes for works as expressively ardent but more harmonically austere than the earlier set. Not content with reviving the counterpoint of the Renaissance, Martinu went back to the parallel voices and homophony of the Middle Ages for his 1934 setting of Four Songs of Mary, and even further back to the robust rhythms and direct tunes of folk music for his 1957 settings of Five Brigand Songs for male chorus.
Listen to music from Netherlands Chamber Choir. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Netherlands Chamber Choir. Paul Hindemith, Choral Works for mixed chorus a cappella. 22 tracks · 1 May 1994. Williams, Howells, Holst, Britten, Bedford, English Choral Music.
Album · 2006 · 22 Songs. More By Netherlands Chamber Choir. See All. Mozart: Requiem In D Minor. Hindemith: Choral Works for Mixed Chorus a Capella.
Paul Hindemith, Netherlands Chamber Choir conducted by Uwe Gronostay – Choral Works. Label: Globe (3) – GLO 5125.
Netherlands Chamber Choir, Uwe Gronostay. Catalogue No: GLO5125. Usually despatched in 2 - 3 working days. Netherlands Chamber Choir. Hindemith: From Zwölf Madrigale.
Songs from Choral Works of Sweelinck by Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, Netherlands Chamber Choir. Free download and listen Choral Works of Sweelinck. Choral Works of Sweelinck. Artists: Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck.
With this latest recording of the choral works of Hindemith, the elite Stuttgart team under the direction of Marcus Creed continues its award-winning series of recordings together with the choral works by Kurt+¡g, Carter, Schnittke and Villa-Lobos. This well-produced 2013 release from Hanssler Classics features one of Hindemith's most intriguing and rarely heard choral compositions, "Apparebit repentina dies" for mixed chorus and ten brass instruments (1947), a piece not found on record for nearly forty years.
|Chansons (6) on poems by Rilke for chorus|
|1||No. 1, "O la biche"||Netherlands Chamber Choir||1:13|
|2||No. 2, "Un cygne" (A Swan): "Un cygne avance sur l'eau"||Netherlands Chamber Choir||2:01|
|3||No. 3, "Puisque tout passe" (Since all is passing)||Netherlands Chamber Choir||0:33|
|4||No. 4, "Printemps" (Sprintime): "O melodie de la seve"||Netherlands Chamber Choir||1:43|
|5||No. 5, "En hiver" (In Winter): "En hiver, la mort meurtiere"||Netherlands Chamber Choir||1:12|
|6||No. 6, "Verger" (Orchard): "Jamais la terre n'est plus"||Netherlands Chamber Choir||1:17|
|7||Eine lichte Mitternacht||Netherlands Chamber Choir||3:03|
|8||Du mußt dir Alles geben||Netherlands Chamber Choir||2:39|
|9||Der Tod||Netherlands Chamber Choir||2:28|
|10||Nun da der Tag||Netherlands Chamber Choir||2:02|
|Madrigals (12) for chorus|
|11||No 1, Mitwelt||Netherlands Chamber Choir||1:05|
|12||No. 3: Tauche deine Furcht||Netherlands Chamber Choir||3:10|
|13||No. 4: Trink aus!||Netherlands Chamber Choir||1:29|
|14||No. 6: Frühling||Netherlands Chamber Choir||1:01|
|15||No. 8: Judasku||Netherlands Chamber Choir||2:47|
|16||No. 12: Du Zweifel||Netherlands Chamber Choir||2:52|
|Mass, for male & female chorus|
|17||Kyrie||Netherlands Chamber Choir||3:30|
|18||Gloria||Netherlands Chamber Choir||5:11|
|19||Credo||Netherlands Chamber Choir||7:01|
|20||Sanctus||Netherlands Chamber Choir||2:48|
|21||Benedictus||Netherlands Chamber Choir||4:39|
|22||Agnus Dei||Netherlands Chamber Choir||3:31|
CreditsGottfried Benn - Lyricist
Clemence Comte - Translation
Mark van Dongen - Liner Notes
Uwe Gronostay - Conductor
Friedrich Holderlin - Lyricist
Frans Meijer - Engineer
Netherlands Chamber Choir - Choir/Chorus, Primary Artist
Friedrich Nietzsche - Lyricist
Klaas A. Posthuma - Digital Editing
Rainer Maria Rilke - Lyricist
Josef Weinheber - Lyricist
Walt Whitman - Lyricist