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Deutsche Motette: German Romantic Choral Music from Schubert to Strauss - Billie Robson (soprano); Catherine Harrison (soprano); Charity Mapletoft (soprano); David Ward (fortepiano);...
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  1. Deutsche Motette ("Die Schöpfung ist zur Ruh gegangen"), for soloists & chorus, Op. 62 (TrV 230)
  2. Doppelchörige Gesänge (4), Op.141
  3. Psalm 23 ("Gott ist mein Hirt"), for female voices & piano, D. 706 (Op. posth. 132)
  4. O Heiland reiss die Himmel auf, motet for chorus, Op.74/2
  5. Abendlied, for chorus, Op. 69/3
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  1. Deutsche Motette ("Die Schöpfung ist zur Ruh gegangen"), for soloists & chorus, Op. 62 (TrV 230)
  2. Doppelchörige Gesänge (4), Op.141
  3. Psalm 23 ("Gott ist mein Hirt"), for female voices & piano, D. 706 (Op. posth. 132)
  4. O Heiland reiss die Himmel auf, motet for chorus, Op.74/2
  5. Abendlied, for chorus, Op. 69/3
  6. Liebe, pieces (3) for chorus, Op. 18
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Given its prominence in musical life in the 19th century, even in medium-sized American cities with significant German populations, German Romantic unaccompanied choral music is underrepresented in recordings and concert repertory. Any decent recording is welcome, and one like this, with top-notch choral work, has the potential to be a real find. This one works better in pieces than as a whole, but at its best it's very good indeed. The real find here is the set of Deutsche Motette by Richard Strauss, set in 1913 to texts ...

Deutsche Motette: German Romantic Choral Music from Schubert to Strauss 2013, Delphian

UPC: 801918341243

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