Lala: Alles hat seine Zeit
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Cat No: 94702
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 2nd June 2014
The internationally award-winning vocal ensemble Lalá has delighted audiences everywhere with their unique homogeneous sound and their refreshing and sensitive interpretations. Whether they’re singing early music, classical, pop or folk song, the four young singers from Austria inspire with their unique interpretations and their unmistakable timbre.
On this, their first recording, they take you through the history of music. Franz Schubert and Johannes Brahms are there, but also some Earth, Wind and Fire, a few Viennese songs as well as their own original compositions, all given vocally perfect and uniquely expressive performances.
Indeed, they prove beyond doubt that just as the title of their CD says, "Everything has its time."
This CD is being released as part of a new series called 'The Choir Project'. Featured as part of the Hänssler Classic catalogue, this new series will showcase the world's best amateur choirs and become a platform as versatile and powerful as the histories and cultures of the choirs and vocal ensembles themselves, while presenting a wide-ranging repertoire from baroque to pop.
Lalá is winner of numerous international awards, including winner of Xing-Hai Prize 2012 (Xing-Hai Choir Championship China) and 'World Champion Vokalensemble' & 'World Champion Popular Choir Music' (5th World Choir Games 2008, Graz).
1. Nachtlied – Max Reger
2. Die Nacht – Franz Schubert
3. Heilig - Franz Schubert
4. Im Grünen erwacht – Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
5. Ruhetal - Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
6. Abschied vom Walde - Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
7. Dem dunklen Schoß der Erde – Franz Schubert
8. Erlaube mir – Johannes Brahms
9. Wach auf – Johannes Brahms
10. Da unten im Tale – Johannes Brahms
11. Abschiedslied – Johannes Brahms
12. Ins stiller Nacht – Johannes Brahms
13. Das Grab – Franz Schubert
14. Tantum ergo III – Anton Bruckner
15. Jagdlied - Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
16. Gern hobn tuat guat – Hedi Preissegger
17. In Gedanken - Hedi Preissegger
18. Da Adler – Florian Maierl
19. LALA-Jodler composed by LALÁ
20. Come home – The New York Voices
21. Fawada – composed by LALÁ
22. Rosanna – Music & Text: David Paich (Toto)
23. I'm yours - Music & Text: Jason Thomas Mraz
24. September – Earth, Wind and Fire - Music & Text: Allee Willis, Maurice White, Albert Phillip McKay
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