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All melodies according to F.X. Gruber’ original composition.

1 Lautsprecher    Salzburg Cathedral bells and organ prelude

2

Lautsprecher       German, three-part harmony, soprano and 2 male voices 1st ,2nd ,4th  & 6th  verse
            (Karin M. Eder, Z. Zurabishvili, H. Schmidt)

3

Lautsprecher    German, 2 male voices, 3rd, 5th, & 6th verse
            (Zurab Zurabishvili,  Mozarteum, Gotthard Eder, Arnsdorf)

4

Lautsprecher    Englisch, 2 female voices 3 verses
            (Karin M.Eder, Arnsdorf /Linz/Wien)

5

Lautsprecher    English, Text Version, with back ground organ melody
            (Speaker: Hermann Schmidt , Salzburg, Karin M.Eder, Arnsdorf)

6

Lautsprecher    Spanish, 2 male voices, 3  verses 
            (Juan Carlos Navarro, Mozarteum Salzburg/Mexiko)

7

Lautsprecher    Italian, classical  1 male voice, 3 verses
           (Z. Zurabishvili, Mozarteum Salzburg)

8

Lautsprecher    French, 2 male voices  3 verses
           (Z. Zurabishvili, Mozarteum Salzburg)

9

Lautsprecher     Concert harp: Silent Night solo improvisation, 1st verse
           (Sabine Kraus, Mozarteum Sbg. /Oberndorf/ Salzburg)

10

Lautsprecher    Japanese, two-part harmony, 2 female voices, 3 verses
           (Kayo Nakai, Tokio)

11

Lautsprecher    Korean, two-part harmony 2 females voices 3 verses
           (Su-Hee Lee, Mozarteum Salzburg, Seoul)

12

Lautsprecher    Chinese, two-part harmony, mixed interpretation with tenor & alto, 3 verses
            (Chih -Kuang Lai, Mozarteum Sbg./Taiwan, Gabriele Qi, Salzburg/ China)

13

Lautsprecher     South American: panpipes, soprano, improvisation, 1 verse

14

Lautsprecher     South American: panpipes, alto, improvisation, 1 verse

15

Lautsprecher     South American: harp improvisation, 1 verse
           (jeweils Jose`Moncada, Peru )

16

Lautsprecher    Swedish, 2 male voices, 3 verses

17

Lautsprecher    Norwegian, 2 male voices, 3 verses

18

Lautsprecher    Finnish 2 male voices, 3 verses
           (jeweils Jose`Moncada, Helsinki)

19

Lautsprecher    Polish, 2 male voices, original melody, 3 verses
           (Tadeusz Milewski, Mozarteum Sbg./Warschau)

20

Lautsprecher    Russian, 2 male voices, original melody, with bass chorale, 3 verses
            (Zurab Zurabishvili, Mozarteum Sbg./ Boris Rubaschkin, Sbg.)

21

Lautsprecher    Armenian, 2 female voices, 3 verses 
           (Anusch Nersisjan-Gerstendorfer, Salzburg/ Kaban,Armenien)

22

Lautsprecher    Georgian, 2 male voices, original melody with Georgian bass, chorale, 3 verses
           (Zurab Zurabishvili, Mozarteum Salzburg/Tiflis, Ensemble Schmid)

23

Lautsprecher      Concert harp: Silent Night solo improvisation, 1 verse
            (Sabine Kraus, Mozarteum Sbg./Oberndorf b.Sbg.)


          Original Version

24

Lautsprecher        1st - 3rd verse with chorus, 2 male voices 

25

Lautsprecher        4th - 6th verse with chorus, 2 male voices 

             (The brothers Josef u.Franz Fuchsberger m. Ensemble Fuchsberger, Sbg.-Koppl)

             Ending with the Salzburg Cathedral bells

 


  • in 15 languages including
  • 6-versed original version authentically sung with
  • 2 males voices guitar accompaniment and vocal chorus
  • authentic melody from F.X. Gruber as originally performed in 1818 in the St. Nikolai Church in Oberndorf.
  • A total of 25 pieces including
    harp, panpipes and organ improvisations

 


PERFORMERS:


International students from the Mozarteum University in Salzburg und from the
 Bruckner Academy of Music in Linz, guest singers as well as folk singers
from the birthplaces and places of residence of the song’s creators.
Guitar: Gotthard F. E d e r, Arnsdorf/Oberndorf



A PROJECT FOR PEACE  “SILENT NIGHT CD“:


More important than ever before, a song that acts
as a bridge between the “peoples of the world”.
In the spirit of the fourth verse of Josef Mohr’s Silent Night.
 “...Where on this day all power of fatherly love poured forth.
And like a brother lovingly embraced
Jesus the peoples of the world.”