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Title: Hanns Eisler: Choral Music
Released: December 12, 1996
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Various Artists - Hanns Eisler: Choral Music mp3 download
Hanns Eisler: Choral Music. Hanns Eisler: Choral Music. CD - Berlin Classics 362BC).
I knew of Hanns Eisler from his association with Bertold Brecht, but never "got into" his works. I tended (misguidedly so) to think of Eisler as a Kurt Weill wannabe. It’s a choral cantata with an interposed orchestral Etude that sounds more like Prokofiev than Weill. CD 10 continues the trend, focusing on choral arrangements of moralizing songs, including a few of Eisler’s most famous agitprop specimens, which to be sure, often originated in the 1930s. One thing Eisler did get out of his stint as DDR’s most internationally prestigious composer (most other German composers having long since fled the scene) was the material support of the Communist regime in making these recordings.
Composer : HANNS EISLER. RUNDFUNKCHOR LEIPZIG/NEUMANN,H - Pieces (4) for mixed choir, Op 13~Choral Report: Introduktion/Tema con 3 variazioni/Coda 4:09. Artist : RUNDFUNKCHOR LEIPZIG. Various Artists - Now Thats What I Call Music 2 CD. £. 9 New. -- Used.
Hanns Eisler: Film Music. Eisler: Piano Sonata No. 2, Klavierstücke für Kinder, Op. 31 & 4 Klavierstücke, Op. 3. Hanns Eisler: Ernste Gesänge - Lieder with piano. Eisler, . Chamber Cantatas & Songs. Ohne Sentimentalität. Listen to EISLER, . Choral Music (Berlin Singakademie, Leipzig Radio Chorus) now. Choral Music (Berlin Singakademie, Leipzig Radio Chorus) in full in the this site app. Play on this site. You look like someone who appreciates good music.
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Hanns Eisler (6 July 1898 – 6 September 1962) was an Austrian composer (his father was Austrian, and Eisler fought in a Hungarian regiment in World War I). He is best known for composing the national anthem of East Germany, for his long artistic association with Bertolt Brecht, and for the scores he wrote for films. The Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler" is named after him.
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The composer Hanns Eisler was born in Leipzig on July 6, 1898, the son of the Austrian philosopher Rudolph Eisler, and grew up in Vienna. During World War I, he served in a Hungarian infantry regiment, while continuing his autodidactic attempts at composition, begun somewhat earlier. After the war, from autumn of 1919 until spring of 1923, Eisler received instruction in composition from Arnold Schoenberg and Anton Webern in Mödling near Vienna, but even during these early years, he struck out on his own path between rebellious guile and abrupt tenderness (Adorno). Beginning in 1942, Eisler lived in Los Angeles, where he composed film music and many of his most important songs and orchestral and chamber music works, among them the Hollywooder Liederbuch (Hollywood Songbook), the Septet No. 2 after Chaplin’s silent film The Circus, and the "Third Piano Sonata.
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|Choruses (3) for men's choir, Op 10|
|1||No. 1, Tendency||1:42|
|2||No. 2, Utopia||1:58|
|3||No. 3, Democracy||1:29|
|Pieces (4) for mixed choir, Op 13|
|4||Choral Report: Introduktion/Tema con 3 variazioni/Coda||4:09|
|5||Song of the Defeated||2:40|
|6||Observation of Nature||1:46|
|Choruses (2) for men's choir, Op 14|
|Auf den Straßen zu singen, Op 15|
|10||Singing In the Streets||4:54|
|Choruses (2) for men's choir, Op 17|
|12||Instead of a Funeral Address||1:35|
|Choruses (2) for men's choir, Op 19|
|13||Also On Strike: 50, 000 woodworkers||1:50|
|14||In the Military Barracks||3:48|
|Pieces (2) for mixed choir, Op 21|
|15||Litany of the breath||5:32|
|Choruses (2) for men's choir, Op 35|
|17||Coal for Mike||2:22|
|18||The Soldiers Who Froze To Death||1:46|
|Bankenlied Op 48/1|
|Keiner oder alle|
|20||Noone or Everyone||2:57|
|21||From Narrow Streets and Hidden Places||1:04|
|Song of Light|
|22||Th Flame of Reason||2:15|
|23||No More Peace||2:34|
|24||United Front Song||3:15|
CreditsBerlin Radio Symphony Orchestra - Orchestra
Berlin Singakademie - Ensemble
Berliner Singakademie Männerchor - Ensemble
Janet Berridge - Translation
Michael Berridge - Translation
Annelene Dziengel - Editing
Marcelo Gandaras - Translation
Eberhard Geiger - Producer
Gunter Georgi - Producer
Großes Rundfunkorchester Berlin - Orchestra
Hermann Hahnel - Baritone (Vocal)
Andreas Hain - Cover Design
Harri Heinze - Piano
Dietrich Knothe - Choir Master, Conductor
Inge Kochan - Piano
Hartmut Kolbach - Engineer
Gunter Mayer - Liner Notes
MDR Leipzig Radio Chorus - Choir/Chorus
MDR Leipzig Radio Mens Chorus - Choir/Chorus
Horst Neumann - Choir Master
Eberhard Richter - Balance Engineer