Greek Dictionary - Nine female choruses with harp or piano

Eben, Petr

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Eben Greek Dictionary - Nine female choruses with harp or piano

Choral works represent an important part of the oeuvre of Petr Eben (1929-2007), a leadingCzech composer, organist and teacher.

The cycle Greek Dictionary from 1974 comprises nine two-part, three-part or four-part works for female choir with harp or piano accompaniment, whose texts are based on a single word or pair of words in Greek.

H6145
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Baerenreiter UK
Accompanied
Female choir, Harp, Piano

Contents

  1. Megalofrosyne (Hrdost) / Megalofrosyne (Stolz) / Megalofrosyne (Pride) [Eben, Petr]
  2. Kalokagathia (Ctnost) / Kalokagathia (Tugend) / Kalokagathia (Virtue) [Eben, Petr]
  3. Maches epithymia (Dychtivost boje) / Maches epithymia (Kampfgier) / Maches epithymia (Thirst for battle) [Eben, Petr]
  4. Agape - hetairia (Láska - prátelství) / Agape - Hetairia (Liebe - Freundschaft) / Agape - Hetairia (Love - Friendship) [Eben, Petr]
  5. Aganaktesis (Hnev) / Aganaktesis (Zorn) / Aganaktesis (Anger) [Eben, Petr]
  6. Thanatos (Smrt) / Thanatos (Tod) / Thanatos (Death) [Eben, Petr]
  7. Amfisbetesis (Spor) / Amfisbetesis (Zwist) / Amfisbetesis (Quarrel) [Eben, Petr]
  8. Algedon (Bolest) / Algedon (Schmerz) / Algedon (Pain) [Eben, Petr]
  9. Charmone - syntychia (Radost - stestí) / Charmone - syntychia (Freude - Glück) / Charmone - syntychia (Happines - Fortune) [Eben, Petr]

Additional Information

Female Voices
Greek