Background Image Background Image Background Image
background image

MG 0024
StarStarStarStarStar Rating
Log in to be the first to review this disc
Background Image Background Image Background Image
background image
Musiques Suisses Logo
MG 0024
HUBER, K.: Soliloquia [Oratorio] (Lukomska, Klare, Bavarian Radio Chorus and Symphony, Zender) (1979)

HUBER, K.: Soliloquia [Oratorio] (Lukomska, Klare, Bavarian Radio Chorus and Symphony, Zender) (1979)

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2014

Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra

Orchestra

Hans Zender

Conductor

BBC Chorus

Choir

Bavarian Radio Symphony Chorus

Choral

Record Label
Musiques Suisses

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 53:55
background image
SELECT YOUR MUSIC FORMAT FROM THE OPTIONS BELOW*
mp3question marklosslessoff  
*when you purchase a lossless format, we include the MP3 free of charge
Please Note: On Mp3 format an unavoidable click may be heard on segue track breaks, to avoid this issue please select lossless
 
DOWNLOADS
Buttonbooklet

HUBER, K.: Soliloquia [Oratorio] (Lukomska, Klare, Bavarian Radio Chorus and Symphony, Zender) (1979)

     
Select Complete Single Disc for
 

KLAUS HUBER

     
 

Soliloquia

 
1 Intonatio 02:26
2 Part I: Invocatio 10:39
3 Part I: Deus veritas 09:02
4 Part I: Cuius regnum est totus mundus 01:16
5 Part I: Sancte deus 08:25
6 Part I: Exclamatio 05:50
7 Part II: Cuius legibus rotantur poli 16:17
 BBC Chorus Choir
     
 Hans Zender Conductor


Klaus Huber’s weight in musical life today is due, not least to his commitment to music that is not easy to be self-sufficient, but a "seismograph exact expression ability of today’s consciousness in the face of threats to our existence" should be. In this sense, Klaus Huber’s music is called a "confession Music" and rightly so. The oratorio premiered in Munich in 1964 Soliloquia Sancti Aurelii Augustini on texts of the early Christian mystic Augustine occupies a central position in the work of Huber’s, which was in the 60s an important factor in European music of the second half of our century. Compositional technique processed Huber variety of influences, which he formed into a personally stamped, expressive musical language.

No Internal Reviews Found.

No User Reviews Found.