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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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Music on Saturday, April 14, 2018 12:00

Michael Prätorius was a Kapellmeister in Wolfenbüttel and one of the pioneers of German Baroque. For every imaginable occasion in the Protestant…

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Music on Saturday, April 7., 2018, 12:00 - NoonSong with female voices

Franz Schreker was the director of the Berlin Musikhochschule from 1920 to 1934. Shortly after he was retired under pressure from the National…

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Music on Saturday, March 24, 2018, 12:00 in NoonSong: St. John's passion

It is a tradition that the NoonSong for Palm Sunday will be specially designed. Instead of the usual psalm settings sirventes berlin sings this time…

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Music in NoonSong on Saturday, March 17, 2018, 12:00

Again there are new discoveries to be heard in this NoonSong. Very little is known about Melchior Franck's youth and education. From 1603 he served as…

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Music on Saturday, March 10, 2018, 12:00

Romantic music from England and Germany is heard in this NoonSong. Herbert Howells is still known almost only in England, although his music is…

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Music on Saturday, March 3, 2018, 12:00: NoonSong with plain chant

The Gregorian chant, over 1000 years old, fascinates the audience till today. This artful unison music of the monks is the first written msuic in…

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Music in NoonSong on Saturday, February 24, 2018, 12:00

The Milanese composer Giovanni Paolo Cima has fallen into oblivion today. He spent all his professional life in Milan, where he held the prestigious…

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Music on Saturday, February 17, 2018, 12:00

Psalm settings for choirs have been used in Jewish music since the Renaissance. In the Reform Judaism of the 19th century, many works were composed,…

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