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Title: Bruckner: Motets
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Petr Fiala - Bruckner: Motets mp3 download
This may not be the first Bruckner disc to hear. Surely one of the massive and monumental symphonies is more appropriate. This may not even be the first Bruckner sacred disc to hear. Surely one of the mighty and moving masses is more apposite. But if you really love Bruckner - and how could anyone resist his formal integrity, his contrapuntal ecstasy, and his spiritual intensity? - sooner or later you're going to want to check out his Motets
Anton Bruckner composed about 40 motets during his life, the earliest, a setting of Pange lingua, in c. 1835, the last, Vexilla regis in 1892. Before 1841 only a single work, a motet, has indubitably been composed by Bruckner. Pange lingua in C major (WAB 31): First version : a setting of 28 bars of the Pange lingua for choir a cappella, which Bruckner composed in 1835/1836 when, as eleven-year-old boy, he was studying by Johann Baptist Weiß in Hörsching.
2006 Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm.
This album has an average beat per minute of 96 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 64/138 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Anton Bruckner: Motets (Czech Philharmonic Choir Of Brno/Petr Fiala). 1. Os justi (Graduale). Recent albums by Anton Bruckner. Symphony No. 8. 2016. 9. 5.
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Eva Danhelová (soprano), Pavla Zborilová (alto), Petr Julícek (tenor), Jirí Vydra (trombone), Jaroslav Zouhar (trombone), Pavel Vydra (trombone), Martin Jakubícek (organ). Czech Philharmonic Choir Brno, Petr Fiala. The least often performed of Bruckner’s mature works are his short choral pieces - Michael Tanner, BBC Music Magazine More.
This apparent dichotomy between Bruckner the man and Bruckner the composer hampers efforts to describe his life in a way that gives a straightforward context for his music. Mass in E minor and Motets (South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra and Stuttgart Vocal Ensemble feat. conductor: Marcus Creed) released: 2008. Bruno Walter Conducts: Bruckner Symphony No. 9, Wagner: Siegfried Idyll released: 2008.
Petr Fiala, Czech Philharmonic Choir, Anton Bruckner: Motets – CD: MDG 322 1422-2, 2006 Erwin Ortner, Arnold Schoenberg Chor, Anton Bruckner: Tantum ergo – CD: Issue of the choir, 2008.
|1||Os justi, gradual for chorus in Lydian mode, WAB 30||Petr Fiala||4:49|
|2||Christus factus est (III), gradual for chorus in D minor, WAB 11||Petr Fiala||5:09|
|3||Ave Maria (II), motet for chorus in F major, WAB 6||Petr Fiala||3:51|
|4||Afferentur Regi, offertorium for chorus & 3 trombones in F major, WAB 1||Petr Fiala||2:02|
|Tantum ergo, motets (4) for chorus, WAB 41|
|5||Tantum ergo in E flat major||Petr Fiala||2:37|
|6||Tantum ergo in C major||Petr Fiala||2:15|
|7||Tantum ergo in B flat major||Petr Fiala||2:52|
|8||Tantum ergo in A flat major||Petr Fiala||2:35|
|9||Tantum ergo (No. 5), motet for chorus and organ in D major, WAB 42||Petr Fiala||2:56|
|10||Vexilla regis prodeunt, hymn in Phrygian mode for chorus, WAB 51||Petr Fiala||5:39|
|11||Virga Jesse, gradual for chorus in E minor, WAB 52||Petr Fiala||3:24|
|12||Locus iste, gradual for chorus in C major, WAB 23||Petr Fiala||2:32|
|13||Ave Maria (I), motet for soprano, alto, chorus, cello & organ in F major, WAB 5||Petr Fiala||4:29|
|14||Pange lingua, hymn for chorus in D major, WAB 32||Petr Fiala||4:58|
|15||Tota pulchra es, Maria, antiphon in Phrygian mode for tenor, chorus & organ, WAB 46||Petr Fiala||4:45|
|16||Ecce sacerdos, antiphon for chorus, 3 trombones & organ in A minor, WAB 13||Petr Fiala||6:59|
|17||Libera me, Domine (II), motet for chorus, 3 trombones & organ in F minor, WAB 22||Petr Fiala||7:29|
CreditsIrmlind Capelle - Editing
Czech Philharmonic Chorus (Brno) - Choir/Chorus
Werner Dabringhaus - Producer, Recording Supervision
Eva Danhelová - Soprano (Vocal)
Petr Fiala - Conductor, Primary Artist
Sylvie Gomez - Translation
Reimund Grimm - Producer
Martin Jakubícek - Organ
Petr Julicek - Tenor (Vocal)
Winfried Kirsch - Liner Notes
Susan Marie Praeder - Translation
Jirí Vydra - Trombone
Pavel Vydra - Trombone
Pavla Zborilová - Alto (Vocals)
Jaroslav Zouhar - Trombone