This challenging work includes the movements Blue Window, Green Window, Red Window and Golden Window. Includes several sections which are unmetered or feature a repeating organ riff over a trumpet melody. Edited by Ladislav Kozderka (trumpet) and Milan Slechta (organ).
This folio contains three pieces: Saul at the Prophetess in En-Dor by Petr Eben; Elihu contra Job by O. F. Korte; and Hallelujah (Psalm 150) by Viktor Kalabis. Each set of score and part is in a separate book.
Music by Sylvie Bodorova, Petr Eben, Arvo Pärt, Ottorino Respighi, and Igor Stravinsky. With various artists.
Calvin Hampton: Prelude & Variations On Old Hundredth -- Olivier Messiaen: L’Accension -- Petr Eben: Four Biblical Dances.
Includes selections by Johann Christoph Bach, JS Bach, Jan Bender, Guenter Bialas, Buxtehude, Distler, Petr Eben, Karl Hasse and many more composers spanning five centuries. Alphabetical index by title and numerical index according to the Evangelical Songbook.
Edited and with preface by Jan Kalfus. Contains seventeen selections by: Jan Zach, Bohuslav M. Cernohorsky, Jan K. Vanhal, Frantisek X. Brixi, Karel F. Pitsch, A. Dvorak, Petr Eben and Josef Seger. Sources.
For voice and piano. Czech, English, German, Italian and French texts with Czech translations. Duration circa fifteen minutes.
A cycle of nine songs. Text in Czech and German.
Composed in 1990 for Kamila Klugarova. With biographical note in German, English and French by Herbert Jess. Portrait. Duration: 2'30''.
Composed in 1994. Biographical notes in German, English and French. Black and white portrait.
The Sächsisches Vocalensemble performs music by the 20th century composer Eben. Conducted by Matthias Jung.
Schiager also performs Eben's Chorale Fantasies; Protestant Chorales; and Sunday Music. Performed on the Organ of Hedvig Eleonora Kyrkan, Stockholm.
With biographical sketch and preface in German and English. Composed in 1978 and dedicated to the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester.
Brief biographical sketch by Eduard Herzog. Notes on interpretation by Milan Slechta. In four movements; registration for each movement provided. Total duration: ca. 31 minutes.
Eben wrote this music of praise under the belief that art must show gratitude where people do not. Each of the four movements features at some point a plainsong chant. With program notes and registrations.