112 Stücke für gemischten Chor a cappella edited by Andreas Göpfert
The Mitteldeutsches Chorbuch, the official choirbook of the Deutsches Chorfest [German Choral Festival] 2020 in Leipzig, was compiled by Prof. Andreas Göpfert on commission of the Deutscher Chorverband [German Choral Society].
304 pages | 19 x 27 cm | 714 g | ISMN: 979-0-004-41295-4 | Softbound
Prof. Andreas Göpfert took on the big challenge of making a selection from 500 years of musical and cultural history of choral singing in the area of Middle Germany. The 112 pieces for mixed choir a cappella are all by composers and arrangers which come from Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia or which have been active there: Starting from Luther, Schütz, Telemann, Handel and Bach via von Weber, Mendelssohn, Schumann and Reger to contemporaries like Gregor Meyer, Ludwig Böhme and Georg Christoph Biller. The volume is divided in three parts of which the first contains composed choral music from the Renaissance to the Modern Age, the second includes sacred and secular pleas for peace and the third collects classical and modern folk song arrangements. Thereby, the difficulty level is such that both amateur choirs and professional ensembles will find sufficient repertoire.
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