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Christoph Schönherr: Vor dem Sturm: Upper Voices And Accomp.

from: Von Schiffen, Meer und Wind. Five choral songs

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COMPOSER: Christoph Schönherr
PUBLISHER: Carus Verlag
PRODUCT FORMAT: Choral Score
Since his earliest childhood, Christoph Schönherr has been fascinated by all things nautical. For his cycle Von Schiffen, Meer und Wind (Of Ships, Sea and Wind), he has brought together verses by different poets that explore the sea in its various guises. The work's selected poems describe the vast
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Composer Christoph Schönherr
Publisher Carus Verlag
Instrumentation SSAA
Product Format Choral Score
Description Product Type Choral Score
Genre Classical
Year of Publication 2023
Grade of Difficulty 3
ISMN 9790007301880
No. CV928110
Number of pages 4
Voicing SSAA
Text language German
Minimum Order Quantity Sales 20
Description
Since his earliest childhood, Christoph Schönherr has been fascinated by all things nautical. For his cycle Von Schiffen, Meer und Wind (Of Ships, Sea and Wind), he has brought together verses by different poets that explore the sea in its various guises. The work's selected poems describe the vast ocean, which can fill us with a deep sense of tranquility, but can also bring mortal danger with its storms and destructive waves. Boats, and especially sailing ships, are often associated with freedom, a sense of weightlessness, and security. But if we are caught in a storm at sea, we suddenly find ourselves at the mercy of the forces of nature. We are made painfully aware of our own insignificance in the greater scheme of things.According to the composer and passionate sailor: “In the five choral songs I attempt to characterize the atmosphere of the texts and the emotions they contain. My experiences at sea, for example in storms or when simply contemplating the motionless water, guided me in my search for a suitable means of musical expression.”
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