Petr Eben: In Heaven

Petr Eben: In Heaven

NV6228 (Navona Records, CD)

NEW RELEASE
Tracks: 33
Booklet pages: 8
© 2019 Navona Records LLC
Main country of recording: CZ
Reviewer: Geoff Pearce
Review of Petr Eben: In Heaven published on 13 September 2019


Listen: Petr Eben: Mater Cantans Filio (track 6, 0:00-0:48)

Barbora Navotná, soloist (track 22)
Jitro Czech Girls Choir
František Vaníček, organ (tracks 1-5)
Michal Chrobák, piano (15-24)
Jiří Skopal, conductor

Petr Eben (1929-2007):

Liturgical Chants
1 Introitus. Psalmus 29 Ad Introitum
2 Graduale
3 Evangelium
4 Offertorium. Psalmus 29 Ad Offertorium
5 Communio. Psalmus 29 Ad Communionem

Four Choruses on Latin Texts
6 Mater Cantans Filio
7 De Angelis
8 De Spiritu Sancto

Catonis Moralia
9 Preludio
10 Allemande
11 Courante
12 Sarabande
13 Air
14 Gigue

Ten Poetic Duets
15 Allegretto
16 Allegro moderato - Ondeggiando
17 Allegretto maestoso
18 Allegretto
19 Molto agitato
20 Allegro moderato
21 Impetuoso
22 Scorrendo tranquillamente
23 Moderato
24 Semplice - Calmo

About Swallows and Girls
25 Babe, Babe, Tiny Swallow
26 Were You At Home?
27 The Daybreak
28 The Swallow Is Flying
29 The Bench of Ours
30 Swallow, The Tiny Bird
31 A Cuckoo Calls Cuckoo
32 Oh, My Swallow
33 The Swallow Is Flying

Recorded 23 November 1995 at the Church of the Elevation of the Saints Cross of the Friars Minor Monastery, Uničov, Czech Republic (Liturgical Chants), 18 April 2007 at the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, Hradek Králové, Czech Republic (Four Choruses on Latin Texts), 16 February 2007 at the Concert Hall, Hradek Králové, Czech Republic (Catonis Moralia), 20 November 2006 at the Concert Hall, Hradek Králové, Czech Republic (Ten Poetic Duets), and 19 April 2007 at the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, Hradek Králové, Czech Republic (About Swallows and Girls).

 

 

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