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Honved Ensemble Male Choir
Liszt: Choral Works For Male Voices

Song NameComposer
Les Quatre Elemens (J. Autran)Franz Liszt
Titan (Fr. Von Schober)Franz Liszt
Arbeiterchor (Ph. Kaufmann)Franz Liszt
Le Forgeron (E de Lamennais)Franz Liszt

The talented Hungarian choral group Honved Ensemble Male Choir" brings us a rare treat, choral works written for male voices by Ferenc Liszt (1811-1886). First of the 7 movements are the dramatic "Les Quatre Elemens," written for the poems by Joseph Autran, and first performed in 1844 with piano accompaniment by Liszt, "Titan," written in Berlin in 1842 and based on the Franz von Schober poem, the politically controversial "Arbeitercho/A Munka Himnusza," and the heroic "Le Forgeron," (the Blacksmith) based on the Lamennais's poem. This is moving, all accompanied, passionately-sung music that stirs and touches us still, across the centuries!

Item code: 7549C | 1 CD | $15.98 add item to cart
Choral | Some a cappella | Male | Hungary
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Related: Hungarian Choral Music