Josipa Lisac I Akademski Zbor "Ivan Goran Kovačić" - Čestit Božić album flac
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The conductor of the Ivan Goran Kovačić Academic Choir, he adapted several major vocal-instrumental pieces including Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, Requiems by Mozart, Verdi and Berlioz, Mahler’s Symphonies Nos. 2, 3 and 8, Brahms’ German Requiem, Bruckner’s Te Deum, Orff’s Carmina Burana and Catuli carmina, Weber’s opera The Freeshooter, et. Accompanying the cardinal he came to the French court where he got the title regius musicus. He mainly composed secular music, madrigals in particular (more than 200) and the French chansons (around 120). His style places him among the early renaissance madrigal composers; he regularly composed in four voices, while emphasising the higher voice is still in connection with frottola.
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We are proud of our amateurism during rehearsals and of our professionalism in concert. Academic choir ''Ivan Goran Kovačić'' was founded in 1948. The choir was directed by highly regarded Croatian musicians Mladen Jagušt, Duško Prašelj, Lovro Županović, Adalbert Marković, Dinko Fio, Vladimir Kranjčević, and Saša Britvić. Since the beginning of 2003 the choir's artistic director is Luka Vukšić.
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Hrvatski Komorni Orkestar, Akademski Zbor Ivan Goran Kovačić Predigra I Zbor Pastira. Duration: 7:01 File type: mp3. Play online Download. Download Hrvatski Komorni Orkestar, Akademski Zbor Ivan Goran Kovačić – Predigra I Zbor Pastira. Hrvatski Komorni Orkestar, Akademski Zbor Ivan Goran Kovačić Natjecanje Gorštaka I Divjaka.
Ivan Goran Kovačić (pronounced ; 21 March 1913 – 13 July 1943) was a Croatian poet and writer. He was born in Lukovdol (part of Vrbovsko), a town in Gorski Kotar, to a Croat father, Ivan Kovačić, and Transylvanian Jewish mother Ruža (née Klein). He attended the Gymnasium Karlovac. In his honour, the Karlovac city library, the city's oldest cultural institution founded in 1838, was renamed after him.
Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 20 янв. 2013 г. Academic Choir "Ivan Goran Kovačić" from Zagreb, Croatia, conducted by Luka Vukšić, performing at Ohrid Choir Festival 2012. They are preforming the song Ain’t got time to die by Hall Johnson.
Akademski zbor Ivan Goran Kovačić.
|Veseli Se, Majko Božja|
|U Se Vrijeme Godišta|
|Tri Kralja Jahahu|
|Narodi Nam Se|
|Djetešce Ti Moje Drago|
|Radujte Se Narodi|
|Svim Na Zemlji|
|MC-6-S 3039558||Josipa Lisac I Akademski Zbor "Ivan Goran Kovačić"||Josipa Lisac I Akademski Zbor "Ivan Goran Kovačić" - Čestit Božić (Cass, Album)||Croatia Records||MC-6-S 3039558||Croatia||1992|
|LP-6-EPP 2039559||Josipa Lisac I Akademski Zbor "Ivan Goran Kovačić"||Josipa Lisac I Akademski Zbor "Ivan Goran Kovačić" - Čestit Božić (LP, Album, Promo)||Croatia Records||LP-6-EPP 2039559||Croatia||1992|
|MC-6 3112336||Josipa Lisac I Akademski Zbor "Ivan Goran Kovačić"||Josipa Lisac I Akademski Zbor "Ivan Goran Kovačić" - Antologija Vol. VIII - Čestit Božić (Cass, Album, RE)||Croatia Records||MC-6 3112336||Croatia||1997|