Heinrich Schütz, Windsbacher Knabenchor, Hans Thamm. Heinrich Schütz, Windsbacher Knabenchor, Hans Thamm - Matthäus-Passion (LP). Johann Sebastian Bach, Der Windsbacher Knabenchor, Hans Thamm - Motetten - Der Geist Hilft Unsrer Schwachheit auf BWV 226 - Jesu, Meine Freude BWV 227 (Album).
Choir – Windsbacher Knabenchor. Clarinet – Kurt Schmidt (2), Walter Holy. Conductor – Hans Thamm. Design – Christoph Ehbets. Flute – Friedrich Schmidtmann, Wolfgang Schwarzrock. Heinrich Schütz (1585-1672) Weihnachtshistorie SWV 435 a. The tracklisting on back sleeve includes specification by Author Heinrich Schütz: "Specification deren von Autore zu dieser Handlung eingerichteten 10. Concerten in die Orgel.
Album · 2010 · 7 Songs. Tristis Est Anima Mea. By Johann Kuhnau - Hans Thamm & Windsbacher Boys Choir. 6. Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor, BWV 582. By Johann Sebastian Bach - Hannes Kästner. Heinrich Schütz: Psalms of David. Bach: Matthäus-Passion BWV 244 (Gesamtaufnahme). Mauersberger: Geistliche Sommermusik. Mauersberger: Kammermusik. Mauersberger: Lukas-Passion.
Windsbacher Knabenchor. Pforzheim Chamber Orchestra. boy soloist of the Thomanerchor. Heinrich-Schütz-Chor Heilbronn.
The Windsbacher Knabenchor (Windsbach Boys Choir) is a German choir of boys and young men in Windsbach, Germany. Founded in 1946 by Hans Thamm and since 1978 under the direction of Karl-Friedrich Beringer, the choir is one of the most renowned boys choirs of the world. The choir is an institution of the Lutheran Church in Bavaria, which raises about 30 percent of the funds required to support both the ensemble and the singers boarding school. Heinrich Schütz, Giovanni Gabrieli. The Windsbacher Knabenchor is a German boys' choir that has recorded several volumes' worth of music by Heinrich Schütz with conductor, Karl-Friedrich Beringer; on this disc and others the group is teamed with the delightfully named brass ensemble Bach, Blech & Blues.
Matthäus-Passion BWV 244. Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Boy Soprano Voices of Regensburger Domspatzen (Chorus Master: Christoph Lickleder) & Men's Voices of the King's College Choir Cambridge (Chorus Master: David Willcocks), Concentus Musicus Wien. The same happened for the first SJP "co-directed" with Hans Gillesberger. Yoël L. Arbeitman wrote (April 16, 2001): (To Riccardo Nughes) I-for one-never having heard Harnoncourt SMP II, cannot worry about that. Berlioz' "Les Troyens" won two awards, for best opera recording and best classical album overall.
Vox Christi, Latin for Voice of Christ, is a setting of Jesus' words in a vocal work such as a Passion, an Oratorium or a Cantata. Conventionally, for instance in Protestant music of the Baroque era, the vox Christi is set for a bass voice. In Protestant Germany the words of the vox Christi are in German: when the vocal work contains a sung Gospel reading, such as in Bach's Passions, the words are taken from Luther's Bible translation, but the words may also be free verse, as for instance in the Brockes Passion