Release Date:03/10/2015;Notes:• In it's latest project, the Chorus sine nomine, one of_x000D_ Austria's leading choirs, under it's founder and direct...Click To Read More About This Product
Release Date:03/10/2015;Notes:• In it's latest project, the Chorus sine nomine, one of_x000D_ Austria's leading choirs, under it's founder and director_x000D_ Johannes Hiemetsberger has turned to a very special work:_x000D_ the Miserere by Gregorio Allegri in an arrangement for_x000D_ saxophone and three choirs a cappella by Vladimir Ivanoff._x000D_ • The setting of the 51st Psalm from the 1630s, which is_x000D_ uniquely captivating due to it's simplicity, was a fixed_x000D_ component of the liturgy of Easter week in the Sixtine_x000D_ Chapel in Rome for over 250 years and soon achieved cult_x000D_ status because of the high penalties on it's 'pirate copy'._x000D_ • Here, the three-choir ensemble is in a subtle equilibrium_x000D_ with the young saxophonist Michael Krenn and meets any_x000D_ trace of sentimental mush with the respect due._x000D_ • Recorded in the splendid Viennese acoustic of the Otto_x000D_ Wagner designed Church am Steinhof, built in the first_x000D_ decade of the 20th c. on the grounds of the then Lower_x000D_ Austrian State Asylum.;Track List:1. 01. Miserere Mei;2. 02. Et Secundum;3. 03. Amplius;4. 04. Tibi Soli;5. 05. Ecce Enim;6. 06. Asperges Me;7. 07. Averte Faciem;8. 08. Cor Mundum;9. 09. Danza;10. 10. Quoniam Si Voluisses;11. 11. Tunc Acceptabis;12. 12. Sofferenza;13. 13. Tunc Imponent
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