Svanholm Singers

The eponymous album Svanholm Singers (1999) is the choir’s first release featuring folk music from around the world as well as pieces by Poulenc and Biebl.

Reviews

In Swedish

”Här har Lund fått fram en uppstickare mot Uppsalas OD. Denna deras första CD är mycket hörvärd.”
Hans Axelsson, Körjournalen, 4/2000


 

Record details

The CD was recorded in 1999 in Furuby kyrka and published in 1999. Conductor: Eva Bohlin. Total length: 1:04:35.

Track list

  1. Hej, dunkom
    Traditional from Sweden. Arrangement: Vilhelm Svedbom.
  2. Domaredansen
    Traditional from Sweden. Arrangement: Otto Olsson.
  3. Aftonen
    Composer: Hugo Alfvén.
  4. Papillon
    Composer: Hugo Alfvén.
  5. Kaksikpühendus
    Composer: Veljo Tormis.
  6. Beata Nobis
    Composer: Knut Nystedt.
  7. Ave maris stella
    Composer: Edvard Grieg.
  8. Ave Maria
    Composer: Franz Biebl. Bass: Pontus Wiegert. Terzet: Karl Bjurström, Tobias van der Pals, Per Thorén.
  9. Salve Regina
    Composer: Knut Nystedt.
  10. Quatre petites prières de Saint-François d’Asisse
    Composer: Francis Poulenc. Tenor: Karl Bjurström.
  11. De profundis
    Composer: Kaj-Erik Gustafsson. Bass: Pontus Wiegert.
  12. Kung Liljekonvalje
    Composer: David Wikander.
  13. Glädjens blomster
    Traditional from Sweden. Arrangement: Hugo Alfvén.
  14. Kristallen den fina
    Traditional from Sweden. Arrangement: Otto F. Tullberg.
  15. Bådn låt
    Composer: Edvard Grieg. Tenor: Johan Tötterström. Bass: Pontus Wiegert.
  16. I månans skimmer
    Composers: August Söderman / Hugo Alfvén.
  17. Under rönn och syrén
    Composer: Herman Palm.
  18. Saltarelle
    Composer: Camille Saint-Saëns.