A concerto in three movements. With a preface in German and English. Sinding composed this work between 1887 and 1888. The music was dedicated to pianist Erika Nissen, who premiered the work. Reprinted from an early edition.
The ensemble Freiburger Spielleyt performs musical handbills from the Peasants' Revolt to the Revolution of 1848.
A German-language method for playing the double bass, suitable for string classes and group teaching. With a preface, black & white photos, and illustrations.
Free jazz from this German trio. Philipp Gropper, saxophone; Ronny Graupe, 7-string guitar; Christian Lillinger, drums.
The Neuer Knabenchor Hamburg performs Christmas music by Ulrich Kaiser, Heinrich Schütz, Giovanni Gabrieli, J. S. Bach, and many others.
Studien Zur Rezeptionsgeschichte von Aubers la Muette De Portici -- Mit Anhängen und Einem Quellenverzeichnis Auf CD-Rom. Daniel François Esprit Auber's la Muette De Portici Was One Of The Great Operatic Successes Of The 19th Century. Although The Work Also Remained In The Repertoire Of Opera Houses…
This disc of songs by Fessler was originally released on LP in 1982. Fessler sings and plays guitar.
In one movement. With performance notes. Commissioned by the Festival Usinesonore. Dedicated to Julien Annoni. The title is taken from a poem by Rainer Maria Rilke. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 10 minutes.
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The German baritone Gerhaher discusses his life, music and song with Baur in a series of interviews. With a foreword and notes. Black & white photos.
Hamamuth is for solo piano, while Wer sind diese Kinder is a piano concerto. Beat Furrer conducts the SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg.
(How Lovely is Thy Dwelling Place).
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This cantata was composed for Trinity Sunday. This edition is based on a score held in the Mendelssohn Archive of the Deutsche Staatsbibliothek, Berlin. With editorial notes and a non-singing translation of the text.
Edited by Paul Corneilson and Peter Wollny. Eleven articles in honor of the Bach scholar Wolff. Seven of the articles are in German; four are in English. With an foreword by Christopher Hogwood and preface by the editors. Music examples. Tables.
This German-language book examines poetry and speech using constructs of music analysis. With a foreword and diagrams. Appendix with a listing, by chapter, of the poems quoted.
Contents: 1. Der himmlischen -- a) L'hiver -- 2. Und manchen möcht' ich laden -- b) La vue -- 3. Des Göttlichen aber empfiengen wir -- c) Le printemps -- 4. Leichtathmende Lüfte. With a program note in Danish. The songs set texts by Friedrich Hölderlin. Duration ca. 15 minutes.
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With an afterword in German. This is the first edition of this motet for a cappella chorus. The music is based on an old hymn from the 15th century.
A song cycle on poems by Artur Schütt, dedicated to Andrea Schütt. Premiered in Chicago, March 2000, by Julia Bentley and Abe Stockman. A collection of eight songs in all, with the collaboration of the poet. With a preface, and texts with translations.