Martin Luther: A Mighty Fortress is our God - Settings of Martin Luther's songs as chorals, motets and sacred concertos and organ chorales by Praetorius, Schutz & others
1 CD / Rondeau Production / 2015-10-09Conductors: Grunert, Matthias
Ensemble: Instrumenta Music; Kammerchor der Frauenkirche Dresden
For Martin Luther music was of especially high significance for his life and belief. The treasure trove of world-famous chorales that he left behind became...continue...
César Franck: The last Seven Words of Christ on the Cross; Three pieces for organ / Mainzer Domchor & Domorchester; Daniel Beckmann, organ
1 CD / Rondeau Production / 2015-10-09Conductors: Storck, Karsten
Ensemble: Mainzer Domchor; Mainzer Domorchester
Among the remaining mysteries concerning CÚsar Franck's 1859 The Seven Last Words of Christ on the Cross the legitimate question of authorship no longer troubles...continue...
Advent - works by Ludwig Bohme, James MacMillan, Ole Schutzler, Morten Lauridsen, Bob Chilcott, Arvo Pärt, William Byrd, Brahms et al. / Junger Kammerchor Rhein-Neckar, Mathias Rickert
1 CD / Rondeau Production / 2015-09-08Conductors: Rickert, Mathias
Ensemble: Junger Kammerchor Rhein-Neckar
Composers of all periods have been inspired to write stunning works by the chants and liturgies for the four Sundays of Advent, ranging from Tomás...continue...
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...