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Choral Music (Choirs) - To be released July 30, 2021 | Chandos

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Choral Music (Choirs) - To be released July 23, 2021 | Cantate

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Choral Music (Choirs) - To be released July 9, 2021 | Bridge Records

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Choral Music (Choirs) - To be released July 9, 2021 | Navona

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Choral Music (Choirs) - To be released July 2, 2021 | Phasma Music

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Choral Music (Choirs) - To be released July 2, 2021 | Navona

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Choral Music (Choirs) - To be released July 2, 2021 | Mark Records

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Choral Music (Choirs) - To be released June 25, 2021 | Andromeda

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Choral Music (Choirs) - To be released June 25, 2021 | Dacapo

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A lyrical suite of seven chapters for mixed choir a cappella, Jesper Koch’s Choirbook is a meditation on nature, complex and yet simple, communicating openly with the listener. Sincerity and a sense of timelessness pervade this large-scale work based on the poetry of Frank Kjørup, highly accessible and deeply immersed in the mysteries of its own beauty. Danish composer Jesper Koch (born 1967) wrote very little vocal music until he reached his mid-40’s, primarily focusing on music for symphony orchestra. But in 2012, something unexpected happened. Jesper Koch suddenly felt a strong urge to write for the human voice and go back to the basic principles of melody and tonality, after having written rather complex orchestral music. The music in the vocal project Choirbook is melodic, concise and transparent: "When I write purely melodically, nothing must stand in the way of clarity. Soeverything superfluous is stripped away", says Jesper Koch. © Dacapo
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Choral Music (Choirs) - Released June 21, 2021 | Excelcia Music Publishing, LLC

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Choral Music (Choirs) - Released June 18, 2021 | Centaur Records, Inc.

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Choral Music (Choirs) - Released June 18, 2021 | Centaur Records, Inc.

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Choral Music (Choirs) - Released June 18, 2021 | Priory Records

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Choral Music (Choirs) - Released June 18, 2021 | Mother Goose Recordings

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Choral Music (Choirs) - Released June 18, 2021 | Farao Classics

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Choral Music (Choirs) - Released June 9, 2021 | Probst Audio

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Choral Music (Choirs) - Released June 4, 2021 | BIS

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As Alfred Schnittke and Arvo Pärt both adopted the Orthodox faith in the 1970s, Orthodox choral traditions became increasingly prominent in their work, but both composers also looked to the music of the Western church. Schnittke’s Three Sacred Hymns set three prayers, familiar in the West as "Ave Maria", the "Jesus Prayer" and the "Lord’s Prayer", and evoke Orthodox chant. His Choir Concerto, on the other hand, draws on Russian choral music of the 19th century and the tradition of large-scale concert works based on Orthodox choral music. The texts by the medieval Armenian poet Gregory of Narek are informed by a humanistic individualism, with the poet directly expressing his emotions and often writing in the first person. In the case of Pärt, his detailed study of Orthodox chant caused him to develop his so-called "tintinnabuli" system of composition as an extension of the harmonic practices of Orthodox choral music. He wrote his Seven Magnificat-Antiphons in 1988, applying the tintinnabuli technique to texts from the Catholic liturgy in the German language – a striking East-West hybrid. The Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and Kaspars Putninš have combined sacred works by Schnittke and Pärt before, their previous release on BIS earning them a prestigious Gramophone Award in the Choral Music category. © BIS Records
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Choral Music (Choirs) - Released June 4, 2021 | Ondine

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With this new release the Latvian Radio Choir together with its director Sigvards Kļava are returning to contemporary music after a series of recordings of 19th century sacred choral works. Ramon Humet’s (born 1968) new choral work, Llum, is a deep, spiritual journey to the gift of life, peace and love. Humet’s Llum was premiered by the Latvian Radio Choir under Sigvards Kļava in Barcelona in March 2020. This 7-movement work is based on spiritual texts and poems by Vicenç Santamaria, a monk from the monastery of Monserrat in Catalunya and close friend of the composer. This timeless work is radiating serene joy and ends with an "Alleluia". In this first recording, the Latvian Radio Choir under Sigvards Klava are offering an impressive account of this new 21st century choral work. © Ondine
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Choral Music (Choirs) - Released May 28, 2021 | Navona