Uwe Gronostay

Born 25 October 1939. Died 29 November 2008
Uwe Gronostay
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1939-10-25
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Uwe Gronostay

Uwe Gronostay Biography (Wikipedia)

Uwe Gronostay (25 October 1939 – 29 November 2008) was a German choral conductor and composer.

Born in Hildesheim, he grew up in Braunschweig and was already organist of the Jakobikirche at age 15. He studied church music in Bremen and worked as church musician, organ teacher and freelance worker for Radio Bremen. In 1972 he was appointed director of the RIAS Kammerchor. He also conducted from 1982 to 2002 the Philharmonischer Chor Berlin [de], and from 1987 to 1998 the Nederlands Kamerkoor in Amsterdam.

He was a professor of choral conducting in Frankfurt, later from 1989 and 2003 at the Hochschule der Künste Berlin.

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Jurriaan Andriessen
Sonnet No.43 [When most I wink]
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Sonnet No.43 [When most I wink]
Hendrik Andriessen
Qui habitat
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Qui habitat
Felix Mendelssohn
Die Nachtigall (Op. 59 no. 4); Lerchengesang (Op. 48 no. 4)
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Die Nachtigall (Op. 59 no. 4); Lerchengesang (Op. 48 no. 4)
Felix Mendelssohn
In the woods (6 Songs to sing in the open air, Op.41)
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In the woods (6 Songs to sing in the open air, Op.41)
Felix Mendelssohn
Morning Prayer from 6 songs to sing outside, Op 6 No 5
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Morning Prayer from 6 songs to sing outside, Op 6 No 5
Felix Mendelssohn
Die Nachtigall
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Die Nachtigall
Alphons Diepenbrock
Chanson d'automne
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Chanson d'automne
Zoltán Kodály
Missa Brevis
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Missa Brevis
Joseph Haydn
An den Vetter [To my cousin]
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An den Vetter [To my cousin]
Felix Mendelssohn
Frueseitige Fruehling from Op.59
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Frueseitige Fruehling from Op.59
Felix Mendelssohn
Im Gruenen from Op.59
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Im Gruenen from Op.59
Joseph Haydn
Wider den Ubermut
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Wider den Ubermut

Wider den Ubermut

Performer
Glenn Wilson
Ensemble
Netherlands Chamber Ensemble
Conductor
Henk Badings
Canamus, amici, canamus; Finnigan's wake [Finnegan's
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Canamus, amici, canamus; Finnigan's wake [Finnegan's
Anton Bruckner
Ave Maria; Alleluja-Vers 'Virga Jesse'; Hymnus 'Vexilla regis'
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Ave Maria; Alleluja-Vers 'Virga Jesse'; Hymnus 'Vexilla regis'
Anton Bruckner
Virga Jesse floruit
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Virga Jesse floruit
Anton Bruckner
Pange lingua
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Pange lingua
Anton Bruckner
Ave Maria
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Ave Maria
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