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Product no.: 31046

The first performance of  this composition took place on 24th of July 1844 on occasion of singing festival of the Schleswig Choral Association. Later on it advanced to the anthem of Schleswig-Holstein, which is here presented as four-part harmony with fakultative piano accompaniment.

The first stanza of the song is played traditionally at midnight by the radio station Radio Schleswig-Holstein (R.SH).

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Product no.: 31081

„Land der dunklen Wälder“ (country of the dark woods) is the final choral of the "Oratorium der Heimat" (Oratory of the Homeland) by Herbert Brust. It became the state anthem of East Prussian in the early 1930s due to its rapidly growing publicity. Here it is arranged for mixed choir with optional piano part by Wilhelm Kaiser-Lindemann.

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Product no.: 31080

The Polish National Anthem arranged for symphony orchestra by von Kaiser-Lindemann.

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Product no.: 31043

The "Deutschlandlied", the german national anthem from the famous String quartet by Joseph Haydn arranged for 12 Celli by Wilhelm Kaiser-Lindemann.

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Product no.: 31244

Piano version of "Dithyrambe", a hymn for solo bass, male choir and orchestra after the eponymous poem by Friedrich von Schiller.

(See also the orchestral version)

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Product no.: 31243

"Dithyrambe", a hymn for solo bass, large male choir and orchestra after the eponymous poem by Friedrich von Schiller.

(See also the piano version)

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Product no.: 31290

The Hymn of Praise op. 26 for boys' choir, male choir and organ based on words by Emanuel Geibel (1815-1884) was written in 1925. By integrating the ending sequence from the German national anthem into the final bars, the composer builds a bridge from the spiritual side to the secular present of time in the hope of a peaceful future through a unification of both aspects.

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Product no.: 31316

The composition "An den Tod" (To the death) op. 73.1 for boys' choir and male choir based on words by Gerrit Engelke (1890-1918) was written in 1937. As the composer himself fell in the fight at an age of 36 barely three years later at the beginning of the Second World War, this work seems like a foreshadowed anticipation on the own destiny.

Lyrics:

An den Tod                                       To death
Gerrit Engelke (1890–1918)                         Gerrit Engelke (1890–1918)
 
Mich aber schone, Tod,                           But spare me, death,
Mir dampft noch Jugend blutstromrot –        Youth is still steaming me blood red
Noch hab ich nicht mein Werk erfüllt,         I have not fulfilled my work yet,
Noch ist die Zukunft dunstverhüllt –              The future is still covered with haze
Drum schone mich, Tod!                             So spare me, death!
 
Wenn später einst, Tod,                             When later, once, death,
Mein Leben verlebt ist, verloht                   My life is spent, burned up
Ins Werk wenn das müde Herz sich neigt, Into the work when the tired heart declines,
Wenn die Welt mir schweigt –                         When the world falls silent to me
Dann trage mich fort, Tod!                         Then carry me away, death!
 
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Product no.: 31317

The composition Auf dem Felde der Ehre (In the Field of Honor ) op. 73.2 for male choir with piano or organ accompaniment was written in 1937. As the composer himself fell in the fight at an age of 36 barely three years later at the beginning of the Second World War, this work seems like a foreshadowed anticipation on the own destiny.

The movements:

  1. An den Tod (To Death) [3' 10"]
  2. Ritornel [2' 10"]
  3. Bitte (Prayer) [1' 05"]
  4. Abschied vom Leben (Farewell to life) [3' 30"]

Lyrics:

An den Tod                                                  To Death
Gerrit Engelke (1890–1918)                                    Gerrit Engelke (1890–1918)
 
Mich aber schone, Tod,                                      But spare me, death,
Mir dampft noch Jugend blutstromrot –                   Youth is still steaming me blood red
Noch hab ich nicht mein Werk erfüllt,                    I have not fulfilled my work yet,
Noch ist die Zukunft dunstverhüllt –                        The future is still covered with haze
Drum schone mich, Tod!                                       So spare me, death!
 
Wenn später einst, Tod,                                        When later, once, death,
Mein Leben verlebt ist, verloht                              My life is spent, burned up
Ins Werk wenn das müde Herz sich neigt,            Into the work when the tired heart declines,
Wenn die Welt mir schweigt –                                   When the world falls silent to me
Dann trage mich fort, Tod!                                   Then carry me away, death!
 
III. Bitte                                                       III. Prayer
(aus „Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele“)                    (from "Adorn yourself, oh dear soul")
Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock (1724–1803)               Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock (1724–1803)
 
O, dass unsre Seele würde                                      Oh, that our soul would become
Frei vom Druck der Erdenbürde!                            Free from the pressure of the earthly burden!
Frei von Sünde unser Wille,                                    Free of sin our will,
Unser Herz voll Sonntagsstille!                               Our heart full of Sunday calm!
Dass von fern aus deinen Höhen                             That from afar off your heights
Wir des Lichtes Aufgang sähen,                              We see the light rising,
Das die Sel’gen dort verkläret,                               That the Blessed transfigure there,
Wo der Sonntag ewig währet.                                 Where Sunday lasts forever.
 
IV. Abschied vom Leben                              IV. Farewell to life
Theodor Körner (1791–1813)                                   Theodor Körner (1791–1813)
 
„Als ich in der Nacht vom 17. zum 18. Juni 1813    "When on the night of the 17th to the 18th of June, 1813,
schwer verwundet und hilflos in einem Holze lag    I was severely wounded and helpless in a wood and
und zu sterben meinte:“                                        said to die:"
 
Die Wunde brennt, die bleichen Lippen beben.   The wound burns, the pale lips quiver.
Ich fühl's an meines Herzens mattem Schlage,         I feel it in the dull beating of my heart,
Hier steh ich an den Marken meiner Tage. –              Here I stand at the marks of my day.
Gott, wie du willst, dir hab' ich mich ergeben. –      God, as you wish, I surrendered to you.
 
Viel goldne Bilder sah ich um mich schweben,         I saw many golden images floating around me
Das schöne Traumlied wird zur Todtenklage! –         The beautiful dream song becomes a threnody!
Mut! Mut! Was ich so treu im Herzen trage,          Courage! Courage! – What I carry so faithfully in my heart,
Das muß ja doch dort ewig mit mir leben! –              That must live there forever with me!
 
Und was ich hier als Heiligtum erkannte,               And what I recognized here as a sanctuary,
Wofür ich rasch und jugendlich entbrannte,           Wherefore I burned quickly and youthfully,
Ob ich's nun Freiheit, ob ich's Liebe nannte,           Whether I call it freedom, whether I called it love,
 
Als lichten Seraph seh ich's vor mir stehen, –            As a shining Seraph, I see it standing before me,
Und wie die Sinne langsam mir vergehen,              And as the senses slowly pass me by,
Trägt mich ein Hauch zu morgenroten Höhen.        A touch carries me to morning-red heights.
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Product no.: 31320

The composition Bittgebet (Supplication) op. 91 for male choir based on words by Friedrich Holzapfel was written in 1936.

   
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Product no.: 31280

This sacred a cappella composition for boys choir and mixed choir on the words of the 150th psalm is conceived with its up to 12-tone for a large cast. The work was composed in 1934.

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Product no.: 31264

This anthem to the Westphalia place after a poem by Franz Sinemus was written in 1934.

Version for voice and piano:

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Delivery weight: 231 g

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Product no.: 31279

The song of the miners after words by F. Fahnemann was created in 1935.

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Product no.: 31260

This anthem to the Westphalia place after a poem by Franz Sinemus was written in 1934.

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Product no.: 31281

The suite for clarinet and piano was built in 1965.

Die Sätze:

  1. Valse [2' 40"]

  2. Ragtime [2' 30"]

  3. Blues [2' 35"]

  4. Affettuoso [1']

  5. Latin-American [2' 10"]

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Delivery weight: 231 g

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Product no.: 31288

The song "Auf ein Grabstein" (On a Gravestone) for male choir based on words by Ludwig Uhland was written in 1925.

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Product no.: 31289

The sacred song "Three holy women went" was composed in 1926 by Kranzhoff in the form of a canon on a pre-Reformation text.

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Delivery weight: 242 g

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Product no.: 31282

The Agitato for clarinet and piano was built in 1965.

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Delivery weight: 231 g

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Product no.: 31295

The "Weihelied" (consecration song) was composed by Kranzhoff for male choir a cappella in 1933. The choral piece is based on words by Matthias Claudius (1740-1815) and on a melody by Albert Methfessel (1785-1869).

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Delivery weight: 242 g

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Product no.: 31306

The Westphalian folk song "The Postillion" composed by Kranzhoff as a choral piece a cappella.

2.73 *
Delivery weight: 242 g
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