℗ 2014 Genuin
 

Ecoutez! Listen!: Works by J. Bennet, C. Janequin, F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy, R. Schumann and others

Saarland Youth Choir, Alexander Lauer

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1.1
Weep, O Mine Eyes
John Bennet; Saarland Youth Choir; Alexander Lauer
2:44
1.2
Il est bel et bon
Pierre Passereau; Saarland Youth Choir; Alexander Lauer
1:16
1.3
La Guerre
Clément Janequin; Saarland Youth Choir; Alexander Lauer
7:38
1.4
Bellum et pax
Alwin Michael Schronen; Saarland Youth Choir; Johannes Backes; Michelle Kasper; Alexander Lauer
4:45
1.5
Stemning
Wilhelm Peterson-Berger; Saarland Youth Choir; Alexander Lauer
2:43
1.6
Ach bittrer Winter (arr. by W. Buchenberg)
Traditional; Wolfram Buchenberg; Saarland Youth Choir; Alexander Lauer
2:52
1.7
Abschied vom Wald
Felix Mendelssohn; Saarland Youth Choir; Alexander Lauer
3:29
1.8
O Täler weit, o Höhen
Oliver Gies; Michelle Kasper; David Eckstein; Saarland Youth Choir; Alexander Lauer
2:54
1.9
Abschiedslied (arr. by J. Brahms)
Traditional; Johannes Brahms; Saarland Youth Choir; Alexander Lauer
4:01
1.10
All mein Gedanken, die ich hab (arr. by J. Brahms)
Traditional; Johannes Brahms; Saarland Youth Choir; Alexander Lauer
1:48
1.11
Heißa, Kathreinerle (arr. by A. Schmidt)
Traditional; André Schmidt; Saarland Youth Choir; Alexander Lauer
1:47
1.12
Alouette (arr. by R. Sund)
Traditional; Robert Sund; Saarland Youth Choir; Alexander Lauer
3:03
Suite No. 3 in D Major  
1.13
Air (arr. by B. Williams)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Bennett Williams; Saarland Youth Choir; Alexander Lauer
3:22
1.14
The blue bird
Charles Villiers Stanford; Saarland Youth Choir; Alexander Lauer
3:15
1.15
Mondnacht (arr. by C. Gottwald)
Robert Schumann; Clytus Gottwald; Saarland Youth Choir; Alexander Lauer
4:17
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    49:54
Vocally perfect, with absolutely pure intonation and great inner commitment, the young musicians of the Saarland Youth Choir present choral music from the Renaissance to modern times on this recording. Praised by critics, the choir was named the overall best choir from among 80 competing ensembles across all categories in 2012 at the German Choir Festival in Frankfurt. This album was released in connection with that achievement.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Genuin Studio Masters

Recorded at Kirche Maria Königin, Saarbrücken, Germany, October 18–20, 2013 Executive Producer: Sabine Vorwerk (dradio), Nike Keisinger (SR) Recording Producer / Tonmeister: Karsten Zimmermann Sound Engineer: Manfred Jungmann Editing: Karsten Zimmermann, Christian Jaeger, Holger Busse Text: Andreas Göpfert, Leipzig English Translation: Matthew Harris, Ibiza Photography: Johannes Backes (Berlin Philharmonie), Stefanie Fels-Lauer (Skyline Frankfurt), Mats Karlsson (Saarland Youth Choir), Foto Mentzel (Alexander Lauer & Stefanie Fels-Lauer) Booklet Editing: Nora Krzonkalla, Leipzig Layout: Silke Bierwolf, Leipzig Graphic Design: Thorsten Stapel, Münster

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