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... so lose im Raume

... so lose im Raume

Fragments of Rilke's poems for boys' voices, choir, organ and other instruments

Musical visions on the novel "Schlafes Bruder" (Brother of Sleep)

Lesung: Robert Schneider

Robert Schneider: speaker / Harald Feller: organ / Bruno Feldkircher: trumpet / orpheus chor münchen / Luzerner Singknaben / André Grootens: chorus master / Orpheus Orchester / Gerd Guglhör:


  • Edition: CD
  • Order No.: WER 66132
£9.99
Weight: 0.11 kg
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Description
Norbert J. Schneider wrote his composition "... so lose im Raume" - in which he combines his sets of the "Duino Elegies" by Rainer Maria Rilke and his composition for the movie "Schlafes Bruder" [Brother of Sleep] - in the summer of 1995. In both works, mankind stands alone in the tension between love and God. In both, "childhood" is an important symbol.
This recording derives a particular authenticity from the participation of the novelist Robert Schneider who not only creates a sympathetic atmosphere by reading from "Schlafes Bruder" [in German] between the movements of "... so lose im Raume" but also establishes important connections and is able to elicit curiosity about the further development of the musical process.
Details
Content text: ... so lose im Raume.
Fragments of Rilke's poems for boys' voices, choir, organ and other instruments.
Four musical visions on the novel "Schlafes Bruder" (Brother of Sleep) by Robert Schneider accompanied by his readings from the book
EAN: 4010228661323
ISBN: 978-3-7957-6061-8
Performance duration: 57' 35"
Publisher: Wergo
Norbert J. Schneider wrote his composition "... so lose im Raume" - in which he combines his sets of the "Duino Elegies" by Rainer Maria Rilke and his composition for the movie "Schlafes Bruder" [Brother of Sleep] - in the summer of 1995. In both works, mankind stands alone in the tension between love and God. In both, "childhood" is an important symbol.
This recording derives a particular authenticity from the participation of the novelist Robert Schneider who not only creates a sympathetic atmosphere by reading from "Schlafes Bruder" [in German] between the movements of "... so lose im Raume" but also establishes important connections and is able to elicit curiosity about the further development of the musical process.
Content text: ... so lose im Raume.
Fragments of Rilke's poems for boys' voices, choir, organ and other instruments.
Four musical visions on the novel "Schlafes Bruder" (Brother of Sleep) by Robert Schneider accompanied by his readings from the book
EAN: 4010228661323
ISBN: 978-3-7957-6061-8
Performance duration: 57' 35"
Publisher: Wergo