La Tradición Coral Suiza (II) : Música coral folclórica

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  • 1984-01-01
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Choral folk singing in Switzerland reflects the linguistic and cultural diversity of this country. Each of the four main regions is rich in its own choral tradition. This edition's programme ranges from Romantsch and roundelays to yodel and youth choirs. Musical content 1. "Genève chante" Mixed Choir: Tout simplement (E. Jacques-Dalcroze) Claude Yvoire, conductor 2. Ligia Grischa Male Choir of Ilanz: Il paun palus - Hard-earned Bread (G. Schmid von Grüneck) Ernst Schweri, conductor 3. Vos da Locarno Choir: Son vegnü da Montebel - I've come from Montebello (Trad.) Fernando Bonetti, conductor 4. "Luzerner Singer" (Lucerne Singers): O du liebs Aengeli - My Dear Little Angel (Trad.) Hansruedi Willisegger, conductor 5. Schötze Choir of Stein: Am Jock sim silbrige Hochzig - Jock's Silver Wedding (Trad.) Hansueli Wälte, conductor 6. [...]

Sequenzen:
0: [...] Combined Yodeling Choirs of Unterwalden: Aelggi-Juitz (natural yodel) (Trad.) Edy Gasser, conductor 7. Emmental Yodeling Choir, Konolfingen: Emmentaler Kuhreihen - Cow's Roundelays (O. Schmalz)
1: Heinz Rothen, conductor 8. Wohlhusen Youth Choir: Aelplertanz - Alpine Herdsmen's Dance (T. Zyböri, arr. H. Waldvogel) Josef Scheidegger, conductor 9. La Chanson du Rhône Choir: Le Rhône danse
2: (J. Daetwyler / A. Theytaz) Jean Daetwyler, conductor Production information Musica Helvetica MH 52. The Swiss Choral Tradition. Choral Folk Music. Produced 1984 for SBC / SRI by Lance Tschannen.
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