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Various Artists - Choral Music for Christmas: J.S. Bach, Zelenka, Mendelssohn, Reger, Saint-Saëns flac album
  • Performer: Various Artists
  • Title: Choral Music for Christmas: J.S. Bach, Zelenka, Mendelssohn, Reger, Saint-Saëns
  • Genre: Classical
  • Style: Choral
  • Recording date: June, 1996 & July, 1996
  • Date of release: October 6, 2017
  • MP3 size: 1511 mb
  • FLAC size 1251 mb
  • Formats DXD AU VOC MP3 MP1 MPC
  • Duration: 57:27

Sviatoslav Knushevitsky ‎– . eger, . trauss, . Bach, . hopin, . endelssohn,C. Label: Мелодия ‎– SUCD 10-00543. Country: US. Released: 1993. Sonata N. For Cello Solo, O. 31c.

In 1860 Camille Saint-Saëns composed his Oratorio de Noël for five vocal soloists, mixed choir, strings, organ and harp. A distinctive chamber music-like instrumentation, with lyrical soloistic parts and a modest choral part combine to create a basic pastoral mood which has led this Christmas Oratorio to become one of the most performed works by Saint-Saëns. Carus offers this work both in its original version and in an arrangement in which the choir is accompanied solely by an organ. Soli SMsATB, Coro SATB, 2 Vl, Va, Vc, Cb, Org, Arpa.

Digital Christmas music is also a very functional solution for community groups, schools, churches, and other groups looking for sheet music for performances. This is the easiest way to find the songs you want, combined with a very practical method of managing your sheet music for performances. What's more, you can find scorings for practically any skill level, from Beginner Notes to virtuosic arrangements.

Christmas Music: A Fine Selection Of Holiday Classics. The Orchard Music (от лица компании "Perpetual"); ASCAP, Sony ATV Publishing.

Find out how classical music does Christmas, from traditional carols to hidden gems. 2. Mendelssohn - Hark The Herald Angels Sing. Did you know that the chorus of this classic carol was originally going to be, "Hark! How all the welkin rings, Glory to the King of Kings"? And its lyricist, Charles Wesley, originally wanted some slow and rather depressing music to accompany it? Thank goodness Mendelssohn stuck his oar in with his superb melody. 3. Whitacre - Little Tree. One of the festive season's most established classics, Bach's Christmas Oratorio describes the nativity, the adoration of the shepherds and, slightly less festively, the circumcision and naming of Jesus. The King Of The Waltz may be best known for travelling the world to give epic concerts of Strauss waltzes, but he also knows how to do Christmas.

Saint-Saëns, Camille. Paris 1835 - Algeri 1921. Symphonic music: MIDI Symphony No. 3 in c minor, Op. 78 (Organ Symphony) (1886). Songs and Choral music: MIDI Il bacio (The swan), transcription by Arditi. Duo-Art (live) recording, piano: Felix Arndt.

Print and download in PDF or MIDI Choral N° 27 . orchestration par Matthias DESMOULIN. Open in various software.

Christmas Oratorio by . Though over a hundred years passed between when this piece was first performed near the end of Bach’s career in 1734 and the next recorded airing in the mid-19th-century, the Oratorio has become a staple of classical music during the holidays. The six-part piece follows the birth of Jesus and the first visit from the shepherds through the Epiphany when the magi bring gifts to the holy baby. Though Bach is often seen as a more somber composer, this uplifting orchestral masterpiece serves as the music for a Latin liturgy centered around the portion of the Gospel of Luke, in which the Virgin Mary is visited by an angel telling her that she will give birth to Jesus. The twelve-movement baroque composition was expanded by the composer to include Christmas hymns.

Mendelssohn: String Quartets Op. 12; Op.

Christmas Music from France and Germany. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. Villard: Appelons nau.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Te Deum
1 Te Deum laudamus Johann David Heinichen 2:48
Laudate pueri Dominum in D ZWV 81
2 Laudate pueri Dominum Jan Dismas Zelenka 3:16
3 Quis sicut Dominus Jan Dismas Zelenka 4:28
4 Amen Jan Dismas Zelenka 1:52
Messiah HWV 56
5 Hallelujah George Frederick Handel 3:41
6 Maria durch ein Dornwald ging Heinrich Kaminski 2:19
7 Und unser lieben Frauen Max Reger 2:37
8 Hark! The herald angels sing Philip Lawson 3:19
9 Sonata tribus Quadrantibus Instrumental Pavel Josef Vejvanovsky 3:29
10 Weihnachten Op. 79/2 Felix Mendelssohn 1:18
11 Les anges dans nos campagnes Fredo Jung 3:26
12 Tu scendi dalle stelle Giacomo Mezzalira 3:16
Die Weihnachtsgeschichte Op. 10
13 Es ist ein Ros entsprungen (Str. 1) Hugo Distler 1:10
14 Das Röslein, das ich meine (Str. 2) Hugo Distler 1:25
Oratorio de Noël Op. 12
15 Prélude Camille Saint-Saëns 3:53
16 Tecum principium Camille Saint-Saëns 3:43
17 Tollite Hostias Camille Saint-Saëns 2:08
Messiah HWV 56
18 And he shall purify George Frederick Handel 2:24
Magnificat in D BWV 243
19 Magnificat Johann Sebastian Bach 6:55

Credits:

Rainer Ahrens - Recording Producer
Michael Alber - Conductor
L'Arpa Festante - Orchestra
Athesinus Consort Berlin - Ensemble
Johann Sebastian Bach - Composer
Barockorchester Stuttgart - Orchestra
Frieder Bernius - Choir Master, Conductor
Antonia Bourvé - Vocals
Klaus-Martin Bresgott - Conductor
Calmus Ensemble - Ensemble
Hugo Distler - Composer
Dresdner Barockorchester - Orchestra
Dresdner Instrumental-Concert - Ensemble
Dresdner Kammerchor - Choir/Chorus
Les Favorites - Orchestra
Stefan Folbrecht - Engineer
Romano Giefer - Organ
Jens Hamann - Vocals
George Frederick Handel - Composer
Johann David Heinichen - Composer
Christoph Herr - Engineer
Tobias Hoff - Recording Producer
Ruth Jarre - Executive Producer
Fredo Jung - Composer
Heinrich Kaminski - Composer
Kammerchor Stuttgart - Choir/Chorus
Roland Kistner - Recording Producer
Peter Kopp - Conductor
Horst Kunze - Recording Producer
Peter Laenger - Recording Producer
Philip Lawson - Composer
Martin Linde - Recording Producer
Kai Mäder - Engineer
Hans-Jörg Mammel - Vocals
Jindrich Maßner - Engineer
Eckhard Mehne - Engineer
Felix Mendelssohn - Composer
Giacomo Mezzalira - Composer
Dagmar Munck - Executive Producer
Orpheus Vokalensemble - Vocal Ensemble
Andreas Priemer - Recording Producer
Hans-Christoph Rademann - Conductor
Max Reger - Composer
Camille Saint-Saëns - Composer
Stephan Schellmann - Recording Producer
Britta Schwarz - Vocals
Holger Speck - Conductor
Michael Tramitz - Engineer
Michael Tramnitz - Recording Producer
Marcus Ullmann - Vocals
Pavel Josef Vejvanovsky - Composer
Vocal Concert Dresden - Vocal Ensemble
Vocalensemble Rastatt - Vocal Ensemble
Uwe Walter - Recording Producer
Christine Wolff - Vocals
Jan Dismas Zelenka - Composer
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