The Royal Conservatoire Voice and a horn ensemble led by Alec Frank-Gemmill perform music by Rossini, Schumann, Wagner, BD Weber, Volker David Kirchner, Brahms, Schubert and Weber.
Kate Molleson presents the first in a series of Lunchtime Concerts recorded at the Cottier Chamber Project, a vibrant young festival of chamber music in Glasgow's Grade A-listed former church. This first concert of four features a world premiere by composer Volker David Kirchner alongside works of German Romanticism by Brahms, Wagner and Schumann. Radio 3 New Generation Artist Alec Frank-Gemmill leads a horn ensemble, joined by the Royal Conservatoire Voices.
Rossini: La grande fanfare
Schumann: Jagdlieder Op 137
Wagner: An Webers Grabe, WWV 72
BD Weber: Sextet No.1
Volker David Kirchner: Torso (WP)
Brahms: No 1 & 5 from 5 Lieder Op 41
Schubert: Nachtgesang im Wald D.913
Weber: Der Freischütz J.277, Act III Jägerchor
Alec Frank-Gemmill, Harry Johnstone, Andy Saunders, Jamie Shield, Andrew McLean, Ian Smith
Royal Conservatoire Voices directed by Timothy Dean
Photo Credit: Seán Purser.
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