Rheinberger: Choral ballads III (Complete edition, Vol 18)

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In nineteenth-century Germany, the choral society movement developed into a full-scale mass phenomenon, becoming a defining feature of bourgeois musical life. Accompanying this movement was a growing need for suitable choral music, and one of the composeres constantly in demand and successfully active in this expanding market was Josef Gabriel Rheinberger. It is therefore no coincidence that secular choral music formed one of the mainstays of his output.

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