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CHRISTMAS MUSIC - Musical Advent Calendar 2011 (The)

CHRISTMAS MUSIC - Musical Advent Calendar 2011 (The)

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2011


Artists:

Pietro Alessandro Guglielmi Chamber Orchestra


Hug, Raimund


Stuttgart Gachinger Kantorei

Choir

Stuttgart State Opera Children's Chorus

Choir

Cantus Novus Ulm

Choir

Junger Kammerchor Baden-Wurttemberg

Choir

Ligamentum vocale

Choir

Westerwaldchor Wirges

Choir

Madchenkammerchor a St. Raphael Gymnasium

Choir

Rhineland Palatinate Youth Choir

Choir

RSO barock

Ensemble

Berlin Polizei Orchester

Ensemble

Marx Rootschilt Tillermann

Ensemble

CantArt

Ensemble

Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Brass

Ensemble

Pietro Alessandro Guglielmi Chamber Orchestra

Orchestra

Juliane Banse

Soloist

Marcus Watta

Soloist

Torsten Laux

Soloist

Andreas Bongard

Soloist

Daniel Schreiber

Soloist

Franz Troster

Soloist

Katja Huhn

Soloist

Regina Kabis

Soloist

Anonymous

Soloist

Ex-semble Munchweiler Chamber Choir


Stuttgart Gachinger Kantorei


Stuttgart State Opera Children's Chorus


Cantus Novus Ulm


Junger Kammerchor Baden-Wurttemberg


Ligamentum vocale


Westerwaldchor Wirges


Madchenkammerchor a St. Raphael Gymnasium


Rhineland Palatinate Youth Choir


RSO barock


Berlin Polizei Orchester


Freiburger Spielleyt


Marx Rootschilt Tillermann


CantArt


Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Brass



Record Label
Hanssler

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 69:50
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CHRISTMAS MUSIC - Musical Advent Calendar 2011 (The)

     
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JEAN-JOSEPH MOURET

1 

Suite de Symphonies, "Sinfonies de Fanfares"

1:50
 Franz Troster Soloist
     
 

ANDREAS HAMMERSCHMIDT

2 

Machet die Tore weit

1:44
  CantArt Ensemble
     
 

KATHERINE DAVIS

3 

The Little Drummer Boy, "Carol of the Drum" (arr. for orchestra)

3:22
 Berlin Polizei Orchester Ensemble
     
 

JOSEPH GABRIEL RHEINBERGER

4 

Organ Sonata No. 11 in D minor, Op. 148 (arr. for violin and piano)

4:08
 Katja Huhn Soloist
     
 

BRUNO COULAIS

5 

Vois sur ton chemin

2:14
  Stuttgart State Opera Children's Chorus Choir
     
 

JOHN RUTTER

6 

Child in a Manger (arr. J. Rutter)

2:23
  Madchenkammerchor a St. Raphael Gymnasium Choir
     
 

TRADITIONAL

7 

Freu dich, Erd und Sternenzelt

1:41
 Ligamentum vocale Choir
     
 

ANDREA FIGALLO

8 

Christmas Lullaby

1:39
 Junger Kammerchor Baden-Wurttemberg Choir
     
 

JOHN FRANCIS WADE

9 

Adeste fideles (O Come All Ye Faithful) (arr. for brass)

2:19
 Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Brass Ensemble
     
 

RENE KOLLO

10 

Weihnachtsfriede

3:59
 Westerwaldchor Wirges Choir
     
 

HECTOR BERLIOZ

11 

L'enfance du Christ, Op. 25

4:47
 Pietro Alessandro Guglielmi Chamber Orchestra Orchestra
     
 

FRANZ LISZT

12 

Ave Maria (II), S38/497

2:17
 Juliane Banse Soloist
     
 

TRADITIONAL

13 

Hort der Engel helle Lieder (Angels We Have Heard On High)

2:13
  Rhineland Palatinate Youth Choir Choir
     
 

PHILIPP NICOLAI

14 

Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme

3:31
 Marcus Watta Soloist
     
 

MARJORIE MARX

15 

When the Children Fell Asleep

3:30
 Marx Rootschilt Tillermann Ensemble
     
 

TRADITIONAL

16 

Maria durch ein Dornwald ging

3:08
 Regina Kabis Soloist
 Hug, Raimund
     
 

GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL

17 

Chaconne in G major, HWV 435 (arr. for brass quintet)

4:35
 Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Brass Ensemble
     
 

CAMILLE SAINT-SAENS

18 

Oratorio de Noel, Op. 12

3:52
 Daniel Schreiber Soloist
     
 

19 

Pastorale [CD93.279]

3:59
 RSO barock Ensemble
     
 

PLACIDE CAPPEAU

20 

O Holy Night

3:35
  Anonymous Soloist
     
 

TRADITIONAL

21 

Lieb Nachtigall, wach auf!

2:21
 Cantus Novus Ulm Choir
     
 

PETER CORNELIUS

22 

Weihnachtslieder, Op. 8

2:29
 Andreas Bongard Soloist
     
 

23 

Cantico delle creature [CD93.279]

1:51
 Torsten Laux Soloist
     
 

TRADITIONAL

24 

O du frohliche

2:23
 Stuttgart Gachinger Kantorei Choir

Dvorák: Symphonies Nos 7 and 8 – Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, Sir Roger Norrington

Roger Norrington’s journey through the romantic symphony continues with two popular scores from the pen of Antonín Dvorák. Dvorák began work on the Seventh Symphony on 13 December 1884, after having heard a performance of the new, Third Symphony of his friend Brahms. It is the most typically romantic symphony Dvorák wrote, anticipating Brahms’s own Fourth Symphony (which would premiere six months later) in its form, scope, and sense of heroic tragedy. Apart from manifesting the Brahmsian influence, the new symphony by Dvorák would also be an expression of his profound nationalism. The composer wrote to one of his friends: ‘I am now busy with this symphony for London, and wherever I go I can think of nothing else. God grant that this Czech music will move the world!’ Four years later, Dvorák would turn once again to the symphonic form, writing his Eighth Symphony in the space of
two-and-a-half months, from 26 August to 8 November 1889. Not stormily romantic as is its predecessor, the Eighth Symphony is cheery and draws its inspiration more from the Bohemian folk music which Dvorák loved.

Both works provide Norrington and his SWR ensemble with ample opportunities to express their unflagging virtuosity (note especially the brass section, which is given a thorough work-out!).



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