Verborgenheit

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COMPOSITEUR: Hugo Wolf
COMPOSITEUR SUIVANT: Eduard Morike
ÉDITION MUSICALE: Carus Verlag
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Recueil + CD
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Choeur Mixte
Hugo Wolf composed over 250 songs to texts by the greatest poets of his day. One of the best-known of these is “Verborgenheit”. In Denis Rouger’s arrangement it reveals its own momentum which does not conflict with the originalmasterpiece, but presents new facets alongside it, inviting us to
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Compositeur Hugo Wolf
Compositeur suivant Eduard Morike
Arrangeur Denis Rouger
Édition musicale Carus Verlag
Instrumentation Mixed Choir [SSATB] and Piano
Type de produit Recueil + CD
Instrument Group Choeur Mixte
Année d'édition 2019
Genre Pièce de concert
ISMN 9790007244408
Voicing SATB
Minimum de commande 20
Nombre de pages 8
No. CV0924500
Release Date 09/04/2019
Tiijdsduur 00:03:00
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Hugo Wolf composed over 250 songs to texts by the greatest poets of his day. One of the best-known of these is “Verborgenheit”. In Denis Rouger’s arrangement it reveals its own momentum which does not conflict with the originalmasterpiece, but presents new facets alongside it, inviting us to discover something new in the old.

These art songs were originally composed not for Chamber Choir, but for solo Voice and Piano. Denis Rouger has carefullyadapted them to suit the requirements and expressive possibilities offered by a larger ensemble, without losing the any of the qualities of the original in the process. Each part in the choir has a melodic line drawn fromtheharmonic and rhythmic framework. In the process, the variety and refinement of the choral language combines with an enormous flexibility in form and expression, as French melodies or German art song demand from a soloist andpianist. The songs have been recorded by the figure humaine chamber choir on the CD "Kennst du das Land ..." (Carus 83.495).

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