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Beginning in 1857, Johannes Brahms wrote widely for choral forces, taking a variety of poetic source material.  Begrãbnisgesang (Funeral Hymn) evinces a great feeling of solemnity, while Schicksalslied (Song of Destiny) is an urgent, volatile work.  Nãnie was written as a lament for the death of the painter Anselm Feuerbach, and the Alto Rhapsody has remained one of the greatest works for contralto in the repertoire.

The featured release constitutes another great performance and recording from Antoni Wit and his Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus.


Featured Release:


8.572694
BRAHMS, J.: Choral Music (Wolak, Warsaw Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, Wit)




More great choral with Antoni Wit, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir:



 



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