Gedanken über die Zeit

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COMPOSITEUR: Peter Schindler
ÉDITION MUSICALE: Carus Verlag
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Partitions pour chorales
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Choeur Mixte
Peter Schindler’s full-length secular choral work Sonne, Mond und Sterne (Sun, Moon and Stars) narrates a love story based on “old” texts which are given a new interpretation through these musical settings. Some individual numbers were published in spring, and now more movements with piano
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Compositeur Peter Schindler
Édition musicale Carus Verlag
Instrumentation SATB et Clavier
Taal D
Type de produit Partitions pour chorales
Instrument Group Choeur Mixte
Année d'édition 2022
Genre Profane
ISMN 9790007295592
Voicing SATB
Nombre de pages 4
No. CV0926620
Release Date 07/02/2022
Tiijdsduur 00:03:00
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Peter Schindler’s full-length secular choral work Sonne, Mond und Sterne (Sun, Moon and Stars) narrates a love story based on “old” texts which are given a new interpretation through these musical settings. Some individual numbers were published in spring, and now more movements with piano accompaniment are available in print and digitally.- choral work of medium difficulty- will appeal to experienced Brahms Requiem singers as well as ambitious chamber or youth choirs with a gospel, pop or jazz background-cross-over between jazz, chanson, and chamber music Peter Schindler about "Gedanken über die Zeit":Paul Fleming was one of the most important lyric poets in German Baroque literature. He wrote his poem "Gedanken über die Zeit" in his early twenties; it was first published in 1634 as an epitaph. All the nuances of the concept of time are artistically contrasted, and the motif “Zeit” (time) is explored and played with in a dialectical manner.The male voices begin in unison at an andante maestoso tempo, followed by a leisurely progress in homophonic writing in a slightly freer rhythm. A lively middle section follows which leads into the opening motif again in the last section. The third section contains a fugue, and the end is unison once again. And so the words are like a manifesto by the poet.
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