R Huber - Nachklang-Rose, Wermut, Der kranke Mann
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Label: Neos Music
Cat No: NEOS11670
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 20th July 2018
ArtistsMike Svoboda (trombone)
Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks
The starting point for the concept of this album is the effect left behind by the scent of a rose. While the rose is associated with love in Western culture, in Islam it has strong religious, metaphysical and symbolic connotations. Rupert Huber himself describes his composition for mixed choir and Persian instrumental ensemble as a “patchwork” in the best sense of the word, where flecks of different colours stand side by side without one dominating.
The present CD also includes two older works by Huber: Wermut (Wormwood) for choir and trombone to a text from the Book of Revelation, and Der kranke Mann (The Sick Man) based on a theme by Robert Schumann.
Rupert Huber was principal conductor of, among others, the WDR Choir and directed the SWR Vokalenemble Stuttgart as well as regularly conducting well-known choirs, orchestras and ensembles. His works are performed at festivals such as Ruhrtriennale, Salzburg Festival, Wien Modern or Eclat Stuttgart, often in cooperation with ARD broadcasters.
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