- Oliver Zwarg (Bass)
- Richard Salter (Bass-Baritone)
- Sabine Ritterbusch (Soprano)
- Konstanze Maxsein (Soprano)
- Jurgen Sacher (Voice)
Notes & Reviews:
As Bremen's music director and its cathedral organist and conductor, Reinthaler prepared the premiere of Brahms's 'A German Requiem' in 1868, and as a composer, he is finally being rediscovered. He owed his Bremen post to the popularity of a single composition, the oratorio 'Jephthah and His Daughter', written in large part during a study stay in Rome and inspired by the ancient sites of the Eternal City and impressions of the southern Italian landscape gathered on his travels.
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Works DetailsReinthaler, Karl : Jeptha und seine Tochter, oratorio
- Performers: Oliver Zwarg (Bass); Richard Salter (Bass-Baritone); Sabine Ritterbusch (Soprano); Konstanze Maxsein (Soprano); Jurgen Sacher (Voice)
- Conductor: Wolfgang Helbich
- Ensemble: German Chamber Philharmonic Bremen
- Notes: St. Petri Dom Bremen (03/25/1997-03/28/1997)
- Running Time: 6 min. 50 sec.
- Period Time: Romantic
- Written: 1855