Elmer Iseler Singers: Peter Togni's Lamentatio Jeremaie

Elmer Iseler Singers SKU: 23013919
Elmer Iseler Singers: Peter Togni's Lamentatio Jeremaie

Elmer Iseler Singers: Peter Togni's Lamentatio Jeremaie

Elmer Iseler Singers SKU: 23013919

Format: CD

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Title: Peter Togni's Lamentatio Jeremaie
Artist: Elmer Iseler Singers
Label: Ecm Records
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 028947636298
Genre: Classical Artists

This piece by contemporary Canadian composer Peter-Anthony Togni is a 55-minute setting of the Old Testament prophet Jeremiah's lamentations for solo bass clarinet, mixed choir a cappella and solo soprano. This compelling new work juxtaposes improvisational expressiveness and choral grandeur, jazz sensibilities and contemporary composition.

Tracks:
1.1 Quomodo Sedet Sola Civitas (How Doth the City Sit Solitary)
1.2 Quomodo Dominus Filiam Sion Obtexit (How Hath the Lord Covered with Obscurity the Daughter of Zion)
1.3 Silentio (Silence)
1.4 Quomodo Obscuratum Est Aurum (How Is the Gold Become Dim)
1.5 Recordare, Domine (Remember, O Lord)
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