Danish choral music evening
Friday, October 18, 2019, 6:45 PM
Helsingør Kammerkor, one of the most excellent Danish classical music choir, performs in Kraków’s St Nicholas Church presenting a selection of songs throughout the ages penned by outstanding composers from their motherland.
Forty-voice strong Helsingør Kammerkor was founded almost 70 years ago. They sings both songs and psalms a cappella as well as bigger vocal and vocal-instrumental forms such as Liszt’s Missa Choralis, Vivaldi’s Gloria, Fauré’s Requiem, Verdi’s Requiem, and Mozart’s Waisenhausmesse. The choir performs in Denmark and abroad (Salzburg cathedral, National Gallery in Oslo).
- Niels W. Gade Morgen sang (I Østen Stiger…) cantata from Elf-shot
- Peter Lange-Müller Ave Maris Stella
- Carl Nielsen Vi sletternes sønner
- Carl Nielsen Min pige er så lys som rav
- Rued Langgaard Vel må jeg kysse dig (Rosengårdsviser, No. 1)
- Svend S. Schultz Yndigt dufter Danmark
- Svend S. Schultz De vilde blomster (Gensyn med Danmark, No. 2)
- Niels La Cour Fred hviler over land og by
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