Drieberger Lieder, Op.41

SM-000216055
Composer
Bruno Vlahek
Lyricist
Johann Gottfried Seume, Hendrik Marsman, Karl Ernst Knodt
Genre
Classical / Choral music
Instrumentation
Piano, Mixed choir
Scored for
Accompanying piano, Choir
Type of score
Piano-vocal score
Duration
18'10"
Language
German, Dutch
Year of composition
2014

Description
Drieberger Lieder was composed in 2014, after commission from Scherzando Choir (Driebergen, Netherlands) for choir's 20th anniversary celebration. The work is crafted in 3 movements, and combines German and Dutch lyrcis by J. G. Seume ("Sprache der Musik"), H. Marsman ("Paradise Regained") and K. E. Knodt ("Wo man singt"). In the last movement, there is an optional audiance participation, which is marked in the score.
The premiere took place in Driebergen's Grote kerk by Scherzando Choir, directed by Reinhard Findenegg with Eleonora Semjonova at the piano.

Upload date: 28 Dec 2014
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