Newsletter August 2015

Weihnachtslieder aus aller Welt

Christmas Carols of the World - choral collection

Christmas is celebrated throughout the world – sometimes at the end of December, sometimes at the beginning of January. And everywhere, singing Christmas carols is part of the celebrations. The new choral anthology Christmas carols of the world will enrich the Christmas repertoire for choirs, with lots of exciting choral arrangements in a selection of 85 international Christmas carols. It is edited by Volker Hempfling and contains arrangements by composers from 23 countries in their original languages, including John Rutter, John Høybye, Mark Sirett, Wolfram Buchenberg, Matti Hyökki and Fredo Jung.

The choral collection will be published at the end of September, but today we wish to give you a small taste:

 

Take a look at the choral collection!
Listen to a selection from the collection (performed by the Calmus Ensemble and the Athesinus Consort Berlin)
Preorder now!

 

 

 

 

carus music

New works added to carus music, the choir app

 

Just in time, after the summer break, we have expanded carus music, the choir app, with a number of important repertoire works appropriate for the fall and winter seasons! In the last few days we have added Bach's Christmas Oratorio, the B minor Mass, his St. John Passion, Mozart's Requiem and the Oratorio de Noël by Saint-Saëns. You can sample one movement from each work, free of charge!

 

All the new editions in carus music
More information about carus music

 

 

 

Reger, RWA

Max Reger: The Complete Organ Works

 

With the appearance of volume 7 of the organ works within the Reger Edition, edited by the Max Reger Institute Karlsruhe, the complete edition of Reger's works for organ is now concluded. This hybrid edition presents the works in a new format, combining the printed music with a digital examination of each and its historical sources.

 

  Read more about our Reger Edition

 

 

Schönherr, Hiskia

Contemporary Choral Music

 

The dramatic story of the ancient Hebrew King Hezekiah, set in "Blues and Rock" by the composer Christoph Schönherr, was performed on tour throughout Germany and Italy by 250 young musicians in an English version to the acclaim of enthusiastic audiences.

 

 All new editions of contemporary choral music

 

 

RachmaninowNew CDs based on Carus Editions 

 

Since Carus was founded it has been important to us to make the editions in our music program audible to the public. New repertoire for CD recordings is often selected and developed in conjunction with editorial projects    pursued by our publishing house. Presently, two new CDs featuring recordings of Carus editions with works by Lizst and Rachmaninoff were recently released.

 

Read more!

 

 


https://carusmedia.com/images-intern/medien/img/lieblingsstuecke/Favorite_works_180.jpg Our Favorite Works

Nikolai Ott, a student who works in the New Media Department at Carus, has not only heard, sung and even conducted this, his favorite work himself, but he has also prepared all of the choral parts for carus music, the  choir app.

 

Read more!

  

 

 

Carus on the road

Meet us at Music China, 13.-17.10.2015. Emanuel Scobel, International Sales Manager at Carus, looks forward to meeting you there at booth no. W1 C39!

 

 

 

PS: We are especially happy, that our CD production of Bach's B minor Mass has been mentioned for the second month in a row in the official German Classic Charts. Congratulations to Hans-Christoph Rademann for this exciting interpretation!