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Boys' And Men's Choir Of The Poznan Philharmonia Conducted By Stefan Stuligrosz - Poznan Nightingales Are Singing download free

Boys' And Men's Choir Of The Poznan Philharmonia Conducted By Stefan Stuligrosz - Poznan Nightingales Are Singing download free

Genre: Classical
Performer: Boys' And Men's Choir Of The Poznan Philharmonia
Album: Poznan Nightingales Are Singing
Country: Poland
Released: 1976
Style: Early
MP3 version ZIP size: 1822 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 1336 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1156 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Polskie Nagrania Muza. Chór Chłopięcy I Męski Państwowej Filharmonii W Poznaniu.

Stefan Stuligrosz's "Poznań Nightingales" give a total of approximately fifty to sixty concerts annually, performing both in Poland and abroad. Their repertoire includes hundreds of works by Polish composers and composers of other nationalities of various periods (from Medieval monodies, through the works of Renaissance masters lead by . da Palestrina, vocal and instrumental masterpieces of the Baroque, including oratorios, passions and cantatas, works of the Classicist and Romantic eras, to contemporary compositions)

Stefan Stuligrosz, born in Poznan in 1920, for many years the source of the artistic success of the "Poznañ Nightingales" Boys' and Men's Choir. He started his work with the Choir in 1939. After the arrest of Father Waclaw Gieburowski by the Germans, the conductor of the Cathedral Choir, Stefan Stuligrosz with 24 persons originated a choir. After the II World War Stefan Stuligrosz organized an 80-member boys' and men's choir whose performance at the Warsaw National Philharmonic in 1949 was the first remarkable success in Poland

Stefan Stuligrosz, founder of the famous "Poznan Nightingales" Boys´ and Men´s Choir of the Poznan Philharmonic. Conducting experience acquired during numerous concerts with the Poznan Philharmonic and Sinfonia Varsovia orchestras played a crucial role in the establishment of the young artist's own ensemble, which soon found recognition among organizers of prominent competitions and festivals.

The story of the "Polish Nightingales". Stefan Stuligrosz, born in 1920 in Poznań, graduate of St. Mary Magdalene Junior High School. Stuligrosz's Choir is characterised by a unique excellence of sound, perfected and ennobled throughout the 60-odd-year period of symbiosis with one master. Affiliated to the Poznań Philharmonic since 1951, it is an amateur ensemble which competes with ease with professional choirs. The boys are students of various schools, the men are either university students or work in different professions

When the Germans expelled the priest of Poznań Cathedral, Wacław Gieburowski (1878–1943), a choirboy Stefan Stuligrosz, then aged 19, took up running of choir in Gieburowski's name. After the war the choir was recognised and in 1950 became the Boys' and Men's Choir of the Poznań Philharmonic. The choir toured America in 1963, and many countries worldwide thereafter. Stuligrosz was the conductor of the choir (died in 2012)and composer of over 600 choral pieces. Polish perspectives, Volume 6, Issues 7-12 - Page 107 Polski Instytut Spraw Międzynarodowych 1963 "ON THE ROAD WITH THE "POZNAN NIGHTINGALES After its successful tour of America the Boys' and Men's Choir". Gramophone, 1994 173.

Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (Polish: Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Polish abbreviation UAM) is one of the major Polish universities, located in the city of Poznań, Greater Poland, in the west of the country. It traces its origins to 1611 and officially opened on May 7, 1919. Since 1955, it has carried the name of the Polish Romantic poet Adam Mickiewicz. The university has been frequently listed as a top three university in the country.

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A1 Dusk is Falling
Composed By – Wacław Z Szamotuł
A2 I Will Cry Unto God
Composed By – Mikołaj Gomółka
A3 Viderunt Omnes Iines Terrae
Composed By – Mikołaj Zieleński
A4 Our Lord's Mother
Composed By – Anonymous
A5 Sanctus - "Missa Papae Marcelli"
Composed By – Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
A6 Regina Coeli
Composed By – Antonio Caldara
A7 Ave Verum Corpus
Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
B1 Falcons Are Coming
Composed By – Stanisław Moniuszko
B2 Cossack's Ballad
Composed By – Stanisław Moniuszko
B3 Why Is My Heart Full Of Sorrow (On The Theme Of The Prelude In A Major)
Composed By – Frédéric Chopin
B4 The Bagpiper's Song
Arranged By – Stanisław WiechowiczComposed By – Ignacy Jan Paderewski
B5 Lullaby
Composed By – Kazimierz Sikorski
B6 Mother Has Sent Me Here
Composed By – Stanisław Wiechowicz
B7 Merry Tune
Composed By – Jan Krenz

Credits

  • Choir – Boys' And Men's Choir Of The Poznan Philharmonia*
  • Conductor – Stefan Stuligrosz

Notes

"A Polish National Catalogue recording, released for its members in Australia by World Record Club."

Australian WRC cassette edition featuring unique sleeve art.

World Record Club: Registered Office - 605 Camberwell Road, Hartwell, Victoria, 3124.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
XL 0164 Chór Chłopięcy I Męski Państwowej Filharmonii W Poznaniu Poznańskie Słowiki Śpiewają ‎(LP, Album) Polskie Nagrania Muza XL 0164 Poland Unknown
XL 0164 Chór Chłopięcy I Męski Państwowej Filharmonii W Poznaniu Poznańskie Słowiki Śpiewają ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RP) Polskie Nagrania Muza XL 0164 Poland Unknown
R-03006, R. 03006 Boys' And Men's Choir Of The Poznan Philharmonia* Conducted By Stefan Stuligrosz Boys' And Men's Choir Of The Poznan Philharmonia* Conducted By Stefan Stuligrosz - Poznan Nightingales Are Singing ‎(LP, Album, Club) World Record Club, World Record Club R-03006, R. 03006 Australia 1976
SXL 0164 The Boys' And Men's Choir Of The Philharmonic Society Of Poznań* , Conductor Stefan Stuligrosz The Boys' And Men's Choir Of The Philharmonic Society Of Poznań* , Conductor Stefan Stuligrosz - Poznańskie Słowiki Śpiewają = Poznań Nightingales Are Singing ‎(LP, Album) Polskie Nagrania Muza SXL 0164 Poland Unknown
SX 0164 Poznańskie Słowiki* Poznan Nightingales Are Singing ‎(LP) Polskie Nagrania SX 0164 Poland Unknown
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