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SOUNDS LIKE CHRISTMAS

Angelika Kirchschlager · Tomasz Stanko · Amarcord Freiburg Baroque Orchestra
Release Date: 4th October 2004

Arias by Bach, Handel and Praetorius; Christmas carols; jazz improvisations; concertos by Corelli and Vivaldi, etc.

Angelika Kirchschlager, soprano
Tomasz Stanko, trumpet and his Quartet
Ensemble Amarcord
Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, Gottfried von der Goltz

Picture Format: NTSC · 16:9 anamorphic
Sound Formats: PCM Stereo · Dolby Digital 5.1 · DTS 5.1
Region Code: 0

Subtitles: English, German, French
Booklet Notes: English German, French
Running Time: 82 mins
FSK: oA.
Cat No.: 2052129

Presents the musical encounter between soprano Angelika Kirchschlager and jazz trumpeter Tomasz Sta?ko

  • Kirchschlager currently ranks among the most sought-after sopranos worldwide for both opera and concert-hall performance
  • Stanko enjoys a reputation as one of the most creative jazz trumpeters alive
  • The soloists are accompanied by the outstanding Freiburg Baroque Orchestra
  • The Leipzig a-cappella ensemble Amarcord, consisting of former members of St. Thomas's Boys Choir, interpret popular Christmas tunes
  • Set in the attractive Cistercian monastery Schulpforte
  • The concert footage is combined with charming motifs of snowy mountain landscapes and cities decorated for Christmas

"Visually and vocally splendid." -- Gramophone Magazine on Angelika Kirchschlager

"Miles Davis is dead, long live Tomasz Stanko!" -- Rondo Magazine

"This is an orchestra that listens to itself; there's something organic about their performances,
you almost feel them breathing together as they open their ears to one another…Ego-less
entertainment, highly recommended."
-- BBC Radio3 on the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra

 







Composer(s):
Bach, Johann Sebastian; Corelli, Arcangelo; Gruber, Franz Xaver; Handel, George Frideric; Mauersberger, Erhard; Praetorius, Michael; Stanko, Tomasz; Traditional; Vivaldi, Antonio

Lyricist(s):
Falk, Johannes Daniel; Henrici, Christian Friedrich; Holzschuher, Heinrich; Jennens, Charles; Skeie, Eyvind; Traditional

Arranger(s):
Praetorius, Michael; Richards, Goff; Wolff, Karsten

Conductor(s):
Goltz, Gottfried von der

Orchestra(s):
Freiburg Baroque Orchestra

Ensemble(s):
Amarcord Ensemble; Ensemble Amarcord; Freiburg Baroque Orchestra; Tomasz Stanko Quartet

Artist(s):
Goltz, Gottfried von der; Kirchschlager, Angelika; Stanko, Tomasz

Label: EuroArts

Genre: Classical Concert; Jazz

Period: Baroque; Contemporary; Renaissance; Romantic

Catalogue No: 2052129

Barcode: 0880242521293

Distribution Note(s):

Available in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, South Africa, Japan and Hong Kong


Physical Release: 09/2004

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