M.STADER sings European Christmas Songs

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MARIA STADER
singt Europäische Weihnachtslieder
sings European Christmas Songs

Hedwig Bilgram
Münchner Chorbuben
Int. Release 01 Oct. 2008
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CD ADD 0289 477 7970 4 GM


Track List

Anonymous
Maria Stader, Instrumental Ensemble, Hedwig Bilgram, Munich Chorknaben, Fritz Rotschuh

On Christmas Night

Als die Welt verloren

Maria Stader, Instrumental Ensemble, Hedwig Bilgram

Maria durch ein Dornwald ging

Maria Stader, Instrumental Ensemble, Hedwig Bilgram, Munich Chorknaben, Fritz Rotschuh

Herbei, o ihr Gläubigen

Maria Stader, Instrumental Ensemble, Hedwig Bilgram

Es ist ein' Ros' entsprungen

Maria Stader, Instrumental Ensemble, Hedwig Bilgram, Munich Chorknaben, Fritz Rotschuh

Maria et Joseph

Michael Praetorius (1571 - 1621)
Weihnachtslieder

Maria Stader, Instrumental Ensemble, Hedwig Bilgram

Anonymous
Kommet ihr Hirten

Johannes Eccard (1553 - 1611)
Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her

Maria Stader, Hedwig Bilgram

Anonymous
Freu' dich, Erd' und Sternenzelt

Maria Stader, Instrumental Ensemble, Hedwig Bilgram, Munich Chorknaben, Fritz Rotschuh

Samuel Scheidt (1587 - 1654)
O Jesulein zart

Maria Stader, Instrumental Ensemble, Hedwig Bilgram

Anonymous
D'ou viens-tu, bergère

Maria Stader

Ach du mein liebes Jesulein

Maria Stader, Instrumental Ensemble, Hedwig Bilgram, Munich Chorknaben, Fritz Rotschuh

Seht, das Kindlein weinet

Maria Stader, Instrumental Ensemble, Hedwig Bilgram

Kindlein zart

Maria Stader, Instrumental Ensemble, Hedwig Bilgram, Munich Chorknaben

Schlaf, mein Kindlein (Wiegenlied)

Maria Stader, Instrumental Ensemble, Hedwig Bilgram

Franz Gruber (1787 - 1863)
Maria Stader, Instrumental Ensemble, Hedwig Bilgram, Munich Chorknaben, Fritz Rotschuh

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791)
Exsultate, jubilate, K.165

Maria Stader, Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Ferenc Fricsay

Vesperae solennes de confessore in C, K.339

Maria Stader, Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Ferenc Fricsay, Wolfgang Meyer, Helmut Heller, RIAS Kammerchor

Total Playing Time 57:45

Certainly Stader's disarming purity avoids the excess of sentimentality these unrelievedly slow tempos might otherwise engender and the new transfers are outstanding, the sound as fresh and clear as if recorded just yesterday, instead of half a century ago.