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Franz Lehrndorfer, Tölzer Knabenchor - Lobe den Herren album

Franz Lehrndorfer, Tölzer Knabenchor - Lobe den Herren album Performer: Franz Lehrndorfer
Title: Lobe den Herren
Style: Modern
Size MP3: 1468 mb
Size FLAC: 1660 mb
Rating: 4.1
Format: FLAC TTA ADX MPC MMF MP4 DXD

The Tölzer Knabenchor (Tölz Boys' Choir) is a German boys' choir founded in 1956 in the Bavarian town of Bad Tölz and, since 1970, based in Munich. The choir is ranked among the most versatile and sought-after boys' choirs in the world, and is still led by its founder and musical director Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden. In the realm of baroque music in particular, the "Tölzer" made a significant contribution to the change in musical (historically informed) performance practice.

Franz Lehrndorfer (10 August 1928 – 10 January 2013) was a German organist, composer, and pedagogue. Franz Lehrndorfer was born in Salzburg and spent his youth in Kempten. He received his first music lessons from his father, a choir director and musicologist and began to play the organ at age nine. From 1948 until 1951, Lehrndorfer studied sacred music in Munich and obtained a master class diploma in organ performance in 1952.

Aria (tenor): Lobe den Herren, der deinen Stand sichtbar gesegnet. Chorale: Lobe den Herren, was in mir ist, lobe den Namen. J. S. Bach: Das Kantatenwerk – Sacred Cantatas Vol. 2, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Tölzer Knabenchor & Chorus Viennensis, Concentus Musicus Wien, boy soprano of the Tölzer Knabenchor, Paul Esswood, Kurt Equiluz, Albert Hartinger, Teldec 1983.

Franz Lehrndorfer (10 August 1928 – 10 January 2013) was a German organist and composer. A specialist in organ improvisation, he was for decades both the organist of the Munich cathedral Frauenkirche and the head of the department of Catholic Church Music at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München. Several of his students became cathedral organists and professors.

Tracklist

A Lobe Den Herren
B Lobe Den Herren

Notes

Originalaufnahme aus der Wieskirche