Notes & Reviews:
This CD unifies two very different but extraordinary works, both related to the history of music practice at Leipzig University. David Timm, the University's music director, created his Jazz Mass with special regard to current possibilities within the institution as well as the rich and varied tradition of the musical genre of the mass. Max Reger's composition, which came nearly 100 years earlier, was inspired and influenced by the same institutional frame, as Reger held the same position.
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Works DetailsReger, Max [Composer] : Psalm 100, for chorus, orchestra & organ, Op. 106
- Performer: Daniel Beilschmidt (Organ)
- Conductor: Georg Biller
- Ensemble: Leipzig Universtiy Choir
- Notes: Composition written: ??/??/1908-06/22/1909.
- Running Time: 28 min. 12 sec.
- Period Time: Romantic
Timm, David : Jazzmesse, for chorus, saxophone, double bass, drums & organ
- Performers: Stan Neufeld (Drums); Reiko Brockelt (Saxophone); Clemens Lucke (Organ)
- Conductor: David Timm
- Ensemble: St. Thomas Boys' Choir
- Notes: Michaeliskirche, Leipzig (07/06/2012-07/08/2012)
- Running Time: 35 min. 23 sec.
- Period Time: Contemporary