Greetings from Hans Voegeli
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Kamerade The theme song of our choir. The title means ‘Companions’ – a song about friendship, sharing, and support. This is what we are all about:
Te Voici Vigneron. A vintner’s song of happy and hard labour in the vineyards overlooking Lake Geneva. Wine and companionship cannot be separated from our music. In French. Solo by Elizabeth Anderson.
Kolo Mlina (By the Mill). A dynamic and popular folk song from Ukraine.
Rifugio Bianco A song from southern Switzerland, in Italian. Solo by Gerald Paravicini.
Cardientscha (Armin Caduff arr. Elizabeth Anderson) Competition song, 40th Saengerfest 2012, Kitchener, Ontario
Cant Digl Suglegl. The fourth official language in Switzerland is Romansh. This song begins in the dark of the night and praises the creator in the life-bringing power of the sun rising over alpine peaks and meadows.
Ode an Gott. This song is the traditional opening of the Landsgemeinde (people’s parliament) in Appenzell. Since the 1700s, up to 20,000 men can be heard singing at this assembly every year.
Let there be Peace on Earth (Sy Miller & Julie Jackson, arr. Ades). A very well known song from the not very well known English speaking part of Switzerland.
O nuit brillante (arr. Bovet.) A traditional Christmas song from the French speaking part of Switzerland.
This CD is a good representation of this broad repertoire can be found on ESMCA’s recordings. My Heimet