A concert of music in Pilsen by Hans Gal, Brahms, Schumann, Schütz and Haydn.
A programme in historic and refurbished Old Synagogue celebrating the choral music of the Jewish Austrian emigre composer Has Gal who sought safe refuge in the UK at the outbreak of World War Two. Performed by the Clothworkers Consort of Leeds, conducted by Bryan White.
In collaboration with the Federation of Jewish Communities in the CR, and the Jewish Community of Pilsen. With thanks to: the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society; the Jewish Museum in Prague
Hans Gál – Motette, op. 19
Hans Gál – Epigramme, op. 27
Hans Gál – Four Partsongs for mixed voices (posth.)
Hans Gál – Drei Gesänge, op. 37
Hans Gál – Four Madrigals for mixed voices, op. 51
Heinrich Schütz – Selig sind die Toten
Joseph Haydn - Die Harmonie in der Ehe
Robert Schumann – Gute Nacht
Johannes Brahms - Schaffe in mir Gott