Be welcome

CD album cover 'Be welcome' (GEN 14314) with Ensemble Nobiles

GEN 14314 EAN: 4260036253146

3.10.2014 Special offer
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Just as boys' voices suffuse the streets of a city, still asleep, on a crystal-clear December morning that's how the Ensemble Nobiles sings to us on its second GENUIN CD. A cappella music is on the programme, in a broad curve extending from the quiet beginning of the church year on the first Sunday of Advent and the jubilation of Christmas to the prophetic Feast of the Epiphany. The members of the quintet originally sang in the Choir of St. Thomas's and are currently winning one prize after the other. The ensemble's flawlessly pure intonation is as convincing as its musical culture and choice of pieces. Here is an alternative for the Christmas season for all those who are looking for fresh repertoire, both old and new, from the Renaissance to the present day utterly harmonious!



Distributor "Note 1" Recommends Bis willekommen
The German distributor for classical music "Note 1" presents "Bis willekommen" of Ensemble Nobiles in its recommendations for October.

Fono Forum
The German classical music magazine Fono Forum rang in the Christmas season with a small selection of the best Christmas CDs and also recommended "Bis Willekommen" by Ensemble Nobiles.
The review can be found in the December 2014 issue of Fono Forum.

European Voices
An interview with the Ensemble Nobiles was published on European Voices.

Ensemble Nobiles

Just as boys' voices suffuse the streets of a city, still asleep, on a crystal-clear December morning that's how the Ensemble Nobiles sings to us on its second GENUIN CD. A cappella music is on the programme, in a broad curve extending from the quiet beginning of the church year on the first Sunday of Advent and the jubilation of Christmas to the prophetic Feast of the Epiphany. The members of the quintet originally sang in the Choir of St. Thomas's and are currently winning one prize after the other. The ensemble's flawlessly pure intonation is as convincing as its musical culture and choice of pieces. Here is an alternative for the Christmas season for all those who are looking for fresh repertoire, both old and new, from the Renaissance to the present day utterly harmonious!



Distributor "Note 1" Recommends Bis willekommen
The German distributor for classical music "Note 1" presents "Bis willekommen" of Ensemble Nobiles in its recommendations for October.

Fono Forum
The German classical music magazine Fono Forum rang in the Christmas season with a small selection of the best Christmas CDs and also recommended "Bis Willekommen" by Ensemble Nobiles.
The review can be found in the December 2014 issue of Fono Forum.

European Voices
An interview with the Ensemble Nobiles was published on European Voices.

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Tracklist

  1. Michael Praetorius (1571-1621)
    Conditor alme siderum
  2. Hugo Distler (1908-1942)
    Macht hoch die Tür, die Tor macht weit
  3. Benedict Ducis (1492-1544)
    Nun freut euch, lieben Christen g´mein
  4. Hugo Distler
    O Heiland, reiß die Himmel auf
  5. Peter Karl Wolfgang Berg (1990)
    Es kommt ein Schiff
  6. Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548-1611)
    Conditor alme siderum
  7. Georg Hugo Kurt Thomas (1904-1973)
    Es kommt ein Schiff
  8. Christian Pohlers (1989)
    Ave Maria
  9. Johannes Petzold (1912-1985)
    Die Nacht ist vorgedrungen
  10. Michael Praetorius
    Laus, honor, virtus, gloria
  11. Günter Raphael (1903-1960)
    Bis willekommen, Herre Christ
  12. Paul Heller (1991)
    Maria durch ein Dornwald ging
  13. Johannes Stomius (1502-1562)
    Puer natus in Bethlehem
  14. Hugo Distler
    Lobt Gott, ihr Christen allzugleich
  15. Johannes Stomius
    Resonet in laudibus
  16. Paul Heller
    Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht
  17. Jeremy Rawson (1954)
    Jauchzet dem Herrn
  18. Georg Christoph Biller (1955)
    Auf, Seele, auf und säume nicht
  19. Peter Karl Wolfgang Berg
    Herr Christ, der einig Gottes Sohn
  20. Georg Christoph Biller
    O lieber Herre Jesu Christ
  21. Fredo Jung (1949)
    Der 100. Psalm

Just as boys' voices suffuse the streets of a city, still asleep, on a crystal-clear December morning that's how the Ensemble Nobiles sings to us on its second GENUIN CD. A cappella music is on the programme, in a broad curve extending from the quiet beginning of the church year on the first Sunday of Advent and the jubilation of Christmas to the prophetic Feast of the Epiphany. The members of the quintet originally sang in the Choir of St. Thomas's and are currently winning one prize after the other. The ensemble's flawlessly pure intonation is as convincing as its musical culture and choice of pieces. Here is an alternative for the Christmas season for all those who are looking for fresh repertoire, both old and new, from the Renaissance to the present day utterly harmonious!



Distributor "Note 1" Recommends Bis willekommen
The German distributor for classical music "Note 1" presents "Bis willekommen" of Ensemble Nobiles in its recommendations for October.

Fono Forum
The German classical music magazine Fono Forum rang in the Christmas season with a small selection of the best Christmas CDs and also recommended "Bis Willekommen" by Ensemble Nobiles.
The review can be found in the December 2014 issue of Fono Forum.

European Voices
An interview with the Ensemble Nobiles was published on European Voices.