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Programmes of past NoonSongs

Browse through the archives of past NoonSongs. All works have been chosen specfically on the basis of a “Protestant day book”. Therefore you will find a large number of choral works for four to eight-voice mixed choir from all eras of music history, always fitting to the liturgy of the chosen Sunday.

You can listen to the latest NoonSong live here for a week thereafter.

Older NoonSongs are found in the archiv.

You can listen to all recordings without charge; we only ask that you register.

As a registered guest, you can also download specific pieces to your computer or mp3-player.

The works are sorted by era, language, organ, choir and bible lesson.

We are presently reorganizing our archive and not all NoonSongs of the past years are listed in the new system. Please write an email, if you are looking for a specific recording or cannot find what you are looking for.

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NoonSong on Saturday, 7th May 2022, 12:00

Renaissance music from Flanders and England defines this NoonSong. The music of the Englishman Richard Dering is still largely unknown in Germany.…

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NoonSong on 30th April 2022, 12:00

Almost everyone knows the 23rd Psalm: it describes God as the good shepherd in poetic images. The interesting setting of the 23rd Psalm by Andreas…

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NoonSong on 23th April 2022, 12:00 with Renaissance choral music

North against South - this is how one could describe the clash between the two composers of the early Baroque, Hieronymus Praetorius from Hamburg and…

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NoonSong on Saturday, 9th April 2022, 12:00 with choral passion of Hugo Distler

The premiere of his Choral Passion marked a breakthrough for the 24-year-old Hugo Distler - and at the same time it was a peak for Reformed church…

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NoonSong on March 2022 fifth, 12:00

The Weimar cantor and composer Melchior Vulpius is known almost exclusively for his hymn tunes, which can still be found in both Protestant and…

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NoonSong on Saturday February 26th 2022, 12:00

Today's NoonSong programme is very diverse and varied. The centrepiece is the large eight-part setting of the 31st Psalm by Otto Nicolai. Berlin…

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NoonSong on Saturday, February 19th 2022, 12:00

Two years ago, when a work by the young, up-and-coming American composer Runestad was performed for the first time on the occasion of the 500th…

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NoonSong on Saturday, February 12th 2022, 12:00

Carlo Gesualdo is known as the murderer of his wife and her lover, as well as a pensive, music-loving prince who spent almost all his time in the…

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