Deutsches Horn Ensemble
Christoph Moinian, Joaquim Palet Sabater,
Oliver Kersken, Stefan Oetter, Johannes Leuftink (9-16),
Lars Mechelke (9-16), Sascha Blaue (9-16)

Really playable instruments from the early days of the valve horn around 1850 are hardly available. And so Andreas Jungwirth initiated the reproduction of these instruments for the musicians of the German Horn Ensemble. At the same time, the quartet dug out some particularly charming and largely unknown original works of the time and revived the authentic (horn) sound of the romanticism.

Tracklist
Rainulphe Marie Eustache Marquis d’Osmond (1828-1891)
Salut à la Forêt for four horns in F
1. Moderato 4:47
Carl August Hänsel (1799-ca. 1885)
Quatuors originaux for four horns in F, op. 75
2. Allegro moderato 2:07
3. Andante con moto 1:52
4. Moderato 1:53
5. Adagio 4:16
6. Allegro 3:01
7. Allegro risoluto 2:37
8. Adagio religioso 3:26
Oliver Kersken (*1967)
Segeberg Mass for parfoce horns in E Flat
9. Zum Einzug 2:03
10. Kyrie 1:23
11. Gloria 2:37
12. Credo 3:02
13. Sanctus 1:55
14. Meditation 2:29
15. Agnus Dei 1:45
16. Zum Auszug 2:04
Robert Stark (1847-1922)
Serenade for four horns in F, op. 42
17. Allegro risoluto 3:29
18. Gavotte 2:06
19. Canzonetta 1:23
20. Allegro vivace 1:17
Franz Abt (1819-1885)
Lieder arranged for four horns
21. Gute Nacht, du mein herziges Kind
from: three Songs for soprano or alto,
op. 137 (1856)
2:53
22. Sabbatfeier
from: four Songs for four-Part Men‘s Chorus,
op. 331 No. 1 (1867/68)
2:07
23. Wenn die Schwalben heimwärts ziehen
from: seven Lieder from dem Buche der Liebe by C. Herlosssohn,
for soprano or tenor,
op. 39 No. 1 (1846)
2:45
24. Waldesgruß
from: Sänger Morgenfahrt: four Songs for four-Part Men‘s Chorus,
op. 147 (1856)
2:41
Total time: 1:00:38
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