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Monday, March 22, 2021

Enjott Schneider - Bach, Dracula, Vivaldi & Co. (Various Artists)


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Composer: Enjott Schneider
  • (01) BACH-Metamorphosen (Concerto for oboe, strings and harpsichord)
  • (04) Omaggio a Vivaldi (Concerto for recorder, strings and harpsichord)
  • (07) Vivaldissimo (Concerto for two trumpets, strings and harpsichord)
  • (10) Draculissimo (Concerto grosso for trumpet, trombone and ensemble)

Albrecht Mayer, oboe
Dorothee Oberlinger, recorder
Joachim Schäfer & Csaba Keleman, trumpets
Stefan Langbein, trombone

Olga Watts, harpsichord
Tonkünstler-Orchester
Kevin John Edusei, conductor

Date: 2016
Label: Wergo

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Enjott Schneider (born Norbert Jürgen Schneider 25 May 1950 in Weil am Rhein) is a German businessman, composer, musicologist, and music educator. He is best known as the chairman of the board of the German collecting society GEMA. As a composer he is known for his film work, having won the Bavarian Film Award for Best Film Score in 1990, the Filmband in Gold in 1991, and the Deutscher Fernsehpreis in 2007, the latter for his work on March of Millions. He composed the soundtrack for the German language movie Stalingrad. Schneider's music can be heard on broadcasting and more than 50 CDs.
https://www.enjott.com/

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