Music for the 2019 Spring season

Here is a translation of the Brahms Requiem

Text and Translation Brahms Requiem

Websites that help with your practice.
BRAHMS REQUIEM

Cyberbass (click on the green vocal parts)
http://www.cyberbass.com/Major_Works/Brahms_J/brahms_requiem.htm

Choralia
http://www.choralia.net/br01mp3/br01mp3en.htm

BACH CANTATA NO 147

Cyberbass  Bach (click on the green vocal parts)
http://www.cyberbass.com/Bach_Cantata_Project/BWV_141_160/bach_BWV147.htm

Choralia
htp://www.choralia.net/bh33mp3/bh33mp3en.htm

Here are some YouTube videos of the music – thanks to Colin Boyd.

Part 3 starts at the 24.02 mark, and ends at the 33.15 mark. The hard section starting with “Nun Herr” from page 35 begins at the 29.32 mark.

This is a youth choir in Zurich with an orchestra about the size of ours. I suspect that the baritone does not appear, as the notes say that he did not want to be filmed!

This is a chamber ensemble version, a bit less raucous, and maybe easier on the ear as a result.

Part 3 starts at the 22.45 mark, and ends at the 32.02 mark. The hard section starting with “Nun Herr” from page 35 begins at the 28.15 mark.


This is the full-meal deal again, this time with a mad conductor, Nikolaus Harnoncourt.

There are not many other full video recordings of this cantata. This one and the one below are in the baroque style

No other details about this choir and orchestra. The opening trumpet suggests older baroque instruments.

Download a copy of all these links: NICS Spring Concert 2019 links