Two Generations: Choral and Organ Works by Zoltán Gárdonyi (1906-86) and Zsolt Gárdonyi (b.1946) / Kammerchor Bad Homburg; Rudolf Muller, organ
1 CD / Rondeau Production / 2015-07-10Conductors: Rohn, Susanne
Ensemble: Kammerchor Bad Homburg
Like father, like son: Zoltán Gárdonyi (1906–1986) and Zsolt Gárdonyi (*1946) have more in common than their family name. Both were born in Budapest and...continue...
Brahms and Friends: Choral Works of Brahms, Clara Schumann, Carl Reinecke, Robert Fuchs et al. / Berlin Chamber Choir; Stefan Rauh
1 CD / Rondeau Production / 2015-07-10Conductors: Rauh, Stefan
Ensemble: Berlin Kammerchor
Johannes Brahms’ choral works sometimes stand in the shadow of his grand symphonic works, but the composer thoroughly appreciated the vocal sound body as an...continue...
J.S. Bach: St. Mark Passion, BWV 247 (1744) (reconstruction by Alexander Grychtolik) / Gudrun Sidonie Otto, Terry Wey, Daniel Johannsen, Stephan MacLeod, Hanno Muller-Brachmann
2 CD / Rondeau Production / 2015-03-10Works: Johann Sebastian Bach: Saint Mark Passion, BWV 247
Performers: Johannsen, Daniel [Tenor Vocal]; Low, Timothy [Tenor Vocal]; MacLeod, Stephan; Muller-Brachmann, Hanno; Otto, Gudrun Sidonie; Seewer, Tiziano [Bass Vocal]; Wurmehl, Tobias [Bass Vocal]
Conductors: Teutschbein, Markus
Ensemble: Knabenkantorei Basel
Of Bach's St Mark Passion, only Picander's textbook survives. The recent (Russia, 2009) discovery of two previously unknown Picander's arias that seamlessly fit into the...continue...
Personnel: Alexander Grychtolik (harpsichord).
Recording information: Martinskirche Basel (03/19/2014-03/22/2014)....continue...
1 CD / Rondeau Production / 2015-03-10Conductors: Doormann, Stephan
Ensemble: La Festa Musicale
Bach's works have always fascinated Swedish composer Sven-David Sandström (b. 1942), inspiring him to write his own music. In addition to a St Matthew Passion...continue...
1 CD / Rondeau Production / 2015-03-10
One musician - ten recorders - twelve composers - 21 works - 1000 years of music: no journey is too far for the recorder player...continue...