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 COND17_001_R_Cover DDP.inddNovember/December 2017

Denmark’s award-winning Camerata Chamber Choir combines discipline and expression with a commitment to pioneering new works; William Whitehead’s Orgelbüchlein project to complete Bach’s collection of chorale preludes bears fruit in the publication of the first volume; and a new choral symphony by US composer Sebastian Currier issues a stark warning about the need to protect our planet.

 

Plus, telling the story of Peragallo Pipe Organ Builders; sound sculptor Esmeralda Conde Ruiz on working with massed choirs; introducing three organs by Charles Kegg which prove the maxim that less can be more; from renaissance to baroque with Italian composer Camillo Cortellini; reconstructing a 16th-century organ in Visby Cathedral on the Swedish island of Gotland; and our guide to choral and organ competitions.

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