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Content
Vivit! Choral Works by
Max Reger & Rudolf Tobias

Artists

Genres
Instrumental
Choral
Vocal

Features
Booklet with liner notes in English and the lyrics in the original German or Estonaian and in English translation

Format:
CD

Released:
April 2013

Catalogue No.:
ODE 1221-2

EAN/UPC Code:
0761195122129

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Track listing

CD
62:04
1
Otsekui hirv
6:01

2
Kleine Karfreitagsmotette
3:05

3
Oster Vorspiel
1:40

4
Ostermorgen
1:47

5
Melodie, Op. 59/11
4:54

6
Unser lieben Frauen Traum, Op. 138/4
2:15

7
Der Mensch lebt und bestehet nur eine kleine Zeit, Op. 138/1
2:52

8
Nachtlied, Op. 138/3
3:38

9
Nun ruhen alle Wälder
4:55

10
Ascendit in coelum
2:58

11
Vivit!
4:48

12
Liberi Dei
4:00

13
Zur Nacht, Op. 6/2
2:11

14
Abendlied, Op. 6/3
4:20

15
Abendlied, Op. 39/2
5:10

16
Eks teie tea
4:19


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Complete description

With this release the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir under Daniel Reuss pay tribute to Max Reger (1873-1916) and Rudolf Tobias (1873-1918), a composer of the classical-romantic tradition and associated with the beginning of professional composition in Estonia.
Reger connects the sacred and secular choral songs of this collection often with nature and its rhythm. Also Rudolf Tobias took up more secular topics for his sacred choral songs. Two of the most famous ones, "Eks teie tea" and "Otsekui hirv", are included on this release and invite to get more familiar with his music.

The Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir is one of the finest choral ensembles and internationally praised for its stunning sound.
Daniel Reuss is one of today's most acclaimed choral conductors. With his two ensembles, the Capella Amsterdam and the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, he is a frequent guest at international concert venues and has won many awards for their recordings.
The first two releases of the EPCC and Daniel Reuss on Ondine have been highly praised by the critics and awarded with a Gramophone Editor's Choice, and several other accolades.

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