Choral collection Lullabies & Evening songs

Description

Melodious evening songs lend themselves to a quiet ending or an imaginatively accented concert. This choral collection is a selection with about 40 English, German and international lullabies and evening songs of stylistic diversity, with easily singable settings for a mixed choir, some of which include piano accompaniments. The repertoire ranges from Baroque and Romantic works to contemporary works, with settings newly-composed for the collection and well-known lullabies and evening songs. The conductor’s volume includes a CD with recordings of selected pieces.
  • The songs chosen are largely from the German and English repertoire, but also include pieces in Spanish, French, and Russian.
  • With well-known compositions by composers such as J. S. Bach, Brahms, Elgar, Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Rheinberger, Scholefield, Stanford, and Sullivan.
  • Ten of the songs have been newly-arranged specially for this collection by leading composers (Ludwig Böhme, Daniel Carter, Ian McDougal, Gunther Martin Göttsche, Reijo Kekkonen, Clifford W. King, Andrej Makor, Giacomo Mezzalira, Christoph Müller, and Peter Schindler).
  • Easy to medium difficulty.
  • Mainly for (S)SATB choir a cappella, a few settings with piano accompaniment.
  • A CD with selected songs is included with the conductor’s volume.

The choral collection is published as Conductor’s volume with CD and editionchor (budget edition for choral singers).

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choral collection, with CD

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104 pages, 19 x 27 cm, paperback
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2.211/05
104 pages, 19 x 27 cm, paperback
EUR15,95 / copies
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Content

41 Works Show

Editor

Brady R. Allred Personal details
Jan Schumacher Personal details

Reviews

Die Ausgabe selbst ist einwandfrei produziert. Noten und Text sind sehr gut gesetzt, und englische und deutsche Übersetzungen aller enthaltenen Lieder erleichtern das inhaltliche Verständnis.

Chorzeit, 9/2016