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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 February 5th 2022, 12:00

Two expansive psalm compositions characterise this NoonSong: the subtle, songlike motet on the fourth psalm "Ich liege und schlafe" (I lie and sleep)…

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NoonSong on Saturday, January 29th 2022, 12:00

The Malmfors composition is the first time a work by this Swedish composer, who died young, is to be heard in the NoonSong. Despite physical…

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NoonSong on Saturday January 22th, 2022, 12:00

Berlin's recent musical life is the focus of this NoonSong. Singers of the Hedwig Cathedral Choir still will remember the impressive works of Max…

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NoonSong on January 15th 2022, 12:00

Two works by the Augsburg master Adam Gumpelzhaimer are on the NoonSong programme for the first time. The eight-part motets prove the artistic quality…

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NoonSong on January 8th 2022, 12:00

The new year begins with two compositions that will be heard for the first time in NoonSong. Venice is the focus: Giulio Belli, one of today's hardly…

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NoonSong Summer: Music in the NoonSong on Saturday, August 8th, 12:00

The NoonSong summer starts with German romanticism. You may listen to music of three composers, the most famous of which is J.G. Rheinberger, with…

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Music in the NoonSong on Saturday June 30th, 2018, 12:00

In the last NoonSong before the summer break, there are again some interesting music to discover. This is f.e. the romantic motet by Reinhold Succo.…

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Music in the NoonSong on Saturday, June 23th 2018, 12:00

In honour of the 90th birthday of Mannheim-born composer Samuel Adler, sirventes sings one of his jubilant psalm settings in this NoonSong.

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