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HORVÁTH, Josef Maria - Der 130. Psalm (De profundis) für vierstimmigen gemischten Chor und Solo-Altposaune < zurück
Titel: Der 130. Psalm (De profundis) für vierstimmigen gemischten Chor und Solo-Altposaune
Dauer: 20'
Bestellnr.: 45 468
Inhalt:
1. Intrada / 2. Notturno - Intermezzo 1 (Altposaune) / 3. Antifona - Intermezzo 2 / 4. Canto - Intermezzo 3 / 5. Fuga
Der substantielle Aufbau der Sätze: Polifon - Homofon - Gemischt - Vorwiegend polifon - Polifon

Rezension:
Joseph Maria Horvath is due to celebrate his 80th birthday in December. Born in Pécs, but relocating to Vienna during the Hungarian Uprising of 1956, Horváth is a supreme craftsman and dazzling contrapuntalist. His five-movement, ten-minute Latin setting of Psalm 130 (“Out of the deep”) is both disturbing and exhilarating. The choral writing is only appropriate to programming by the most resolute and finely tuned of chamber choirs, and this is not a piece that will achieve massive popularity with either singers or listeners (although alto trombonists will surely welcome it with open arms). If you’re a choir that has successfully navigated the choppy waters of Schoenberg’s Friede auf Erden, then Horváth’s post-constructivist De profundis might be for you.
Jeremy Summerly, Choir & Organ Magazine – Nov.-Dec. 2011

Preis(in €): 10,95